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IDEAL MEXICO PRESENTS: CONQUERING ANIMAL SOUND EP LAUNCH

Leanne Bridgewater, Kwannon, Mima and The Fuse

EDINBURGH: Summerhall Red Lecture Theatre

SAT 4TH OCT, 2014 7pm until 10pm

£8.00 + £0.80 Booking fee = £8.80

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Ideal Mexico celebrates the launch of Conquering Animal Sound's new Talking Shapes EP with a night of SONGS, SOUNDS and WORDS at Summerhall.

Over the past few years, Glasgow-based CAS have been carving their way through the forefront of Scotland's electronic music scene. Their angular avant-pop last toured with Múm following the release of their ambitious second full length album, On Floating Bodies, via legendary Scottish label Chemikal Underground. Garnering due praise from critics and a dedicated fan following, the group welcome a new member for this date as they showcase material from October's upcoming EP.

ALSO WELCOMING:

LEANNE BRIDGEWATER, poet and performance artist. Leanne crayoned her first poem at 8 years old and for her MA in Creative Writing wrote a dictionary of 12,000 made up words. She did really well. Since she has instigated many different projects, including explorations of new writing techniques and visual pieces based on pareidolia (seeing faces within patterns). She joins us with poetry and other things.
http://leannebridgewater.co.uk/

KWANNON, the joint project of Geri Snell and Dec Middleton, formed at Edinburgh College of Art via St Andrews via Yorkshire. The duo unfurl a languid mix of shoegaze fuzz lines and scratchy pop utterances and it's bloody great.
http://kwannon.bandcamp.com/

MIMA AND THE FUSE is the moniker of husband/wife collaborators Mima and Tim Thewes. Cloud hopping tales are told by clear, honest vocals and adorned by playful instrumentation; some from a home-made tongue drum crafted in their East Lothian forest clave.

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£8.00 + £0.80 Booking fee = £8.80

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