Pianodrome presents Alabaster de Plume: Leith Theatre 9th March
**Advance tickets £10**
We're hosting two of our favourite bards in the dilapidated Leith Theatre. In collaboration with
, support from acoustic explorers
and visual sculpture from artist Mettje Hunneman. Profits go towards building a
This man uses words and musical instruments to weave modern fables and honest insights.
Following 12 monthly development residency concerts and 3 viral video clips, this ruthlessly creative approach to experimental pop music delivers eastern-influenced anthems, under spoken elements that attempt to challenge and address divisive rhetoric recently prevalent in society.
'Totally unique... Very, very brilliant indeed' Max Reinhardt, BBC Radio 3
Ed makes electro-pop which sounds odd, so he describes it as odd-pop. Very rational thinking!
The Uncle Sold is Ed's debut album - inspired by Kazuo Ishiguro's 1995 novel The Unconsoled - an explorative, dream-like journey through a nameless city. Subdued electronic murmurings, strange lyrics and hilarity mix together in a way you will not have experienced before.
'Delightfully bizarre' The 405
Pianodrome Resonator : Biscuit Factory 30th March
A huge celebration of the many talented music makers across world who keep our cultural lives resonating. We're bringing together bands, DJs and solo artists to work up a frenzy in the Biscuit Factory, all helping to raise funds for the creation of the world's first amphitheatre made entirely from pianos, the one and only
On the bill so far:
The Watch Thieves
With more acts to be announced soon!
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