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Its hotter than July outside your window and Harvest Sun Promotions shine ever more sun on the city as they continue to produce a series of sublime shows for gig junkies this month.
While most promoters take a break during festie season – the Harvest Sun boys are relentless in their pursuit to bring amazing music to Liverpool throughout the summer right through to their Wooden Shjips and Jez Kerr gigs in September and the inimitable Roddy Frame in October.
July’s headline acts include none other than Icelandic genius Bjork’s choir – Graduale Nobili, who take centre stage at The Static Gallery for an unmissable and delightfully offbeat show.
Founded in the autumn of 2000. The choir comprises 24 girls, aged 17 to 24, specially selected from among those who have sung with the Langholtskirkja Graduale Choir.
The choir have been working with Bjork on her upcoming project Biophilia and will be taking some time out from singing with her at the Manchester International Festival.
Harvest Sun Promotions said: “We are extremely proud to present one of the most interesting gig’s of the year as Bjork’s 24 piece backing choir take a day off from her numerous sell out shows performing ‘Biophilia’ at the Manchester International Festival.
“They will be performing songs which can only be described as jaw-droppingly beautiful. No instruments, no PA, just 24 voices captivating anyone lucky enough to witness this soon to be legendary show at the Static Gallery.”
Following the wicked See of Bees show last Friday, Harvest Sun continue to bring the best emerging talent to Merseyside in the form of Mitchell Museum at Mello Mello on July 29.
Eccentric Scottish pop clan Mitchell Museum have quickly become a much-heraled young act, who are fresh from headlining the new band’s tent at T In The Park.
Introducing themselves in the early Summer with the leftfield and frenetic Warning Bells single
they have dodged the advancing chequebooks of both major labels and larger indies to do it themselves with the help of edgy, independent t-shirt designers Electra French.
Support comes from fellow Scot Esperi – who’s upcoming album is being produced by Franz Ferdinand’s Alex Kapranos.
His music ranges from acoustic storytelling to colourful electronica looping, combining
different sounds with the guitar. Esperi uses a host of instruments from the conventional to the unusual including his signature rainbow-coloured bells, which he plays with his feet.
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12/07 GRADUALE NOBILI
Venue: The Static Gallery
Date: 12th July 2011
29/07 MITCHELL MUSEUM / ESPERI
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Venue: Mello Mello
Date: 29h July 2011