Front-woman of progressive rock band Birdeatsbaby, Mishkin Fitzgerald plays darkly tinged pianos ballads and melancholic alt-pop tunes. Moving on from early influences of classical piano music and opera, she later found solace in alternative artists such as Nick Cave, Patti Smith and Kate Bush. The result is a sound that is distinctive, fragile and unapologetic.
“Think a beautifully-wrought, mournful take on Patrick Wolf and Regina Spector via mid-period Depeche Mode” – Marc Burrows, The Quietus
“Her vocal ability alongside her sheer instrumental talent makes her performances unique” – Rock Industry Magazine
“Stunning, frighteningly talented”– BBC Sussex
Feline & Strange
Theatrical Duo Punk Show with a powerful female voice, cello, piano and synths
Too real for many. Too intense for some. Too good to miss.
“Evidently, the pair have created their own patch of real estate within the musical world, which only they occupy. How many artists can claim this?” – Hear me Raw, UK
“Feline & Strange wowed the crowd from their very first note… Some of the most interesting music I’ve heard in the States in quite some time.” – The Aquarian, USA
Corinne Lucy is a hypnotising presence on stage, playing and singing as if her life depended on it. With her melodic, self-penned songs and beautiful voice, Corinne says her aim when performing is to be “almost embarrassingly earnest”.
“Sounds like the love child of Joni Mitchell and Karen Carpenter.” – Robert Rosenberg, Trinifold Management
Tickets: £5.00 adv, £6.00 otd