In Tandem with OVADA mini-Festival!
Saturday, 8 November 2014 from 14:00 to 23:00 (GMT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Come to listen, learn & make in one of Oxford's most exciting creative spaces!
This Saturday as part of Good Food Oxford's Pumpkin Festival, Tandem is collaborating with OVADA to put together a pop-up festival in one of the most exciting spaces Oxford has to offer! You'll find a warehouse full of live music, workshops, talks, films and food alongside immersive, sonorous, visual art in an Interactive Soundscape! This is a truly unique event where the musicians will extend their performance from stage to audience through the use of various sonic and visual contraptions!
Doors open at 1 and Music and Workshops kick-off by 2pm.
Our fantastic range of workshops includes spoon-carving, upcycling, instrument-making & life-drawing, and our exciting musical line-up features the following brilliant artists:
- London Contemporary Voices -
Modern and forward-thinking mixed voice choir. They have been very busy this year working with an impressive selection of artists such as Imogene Heap, We Were Evergreen, Sam Brookes and more!
- Jack & The Arrows -
An old Oxford favourite trio with fantastic creamy harmonics. They'll be returning to Oxford after Jack's success other projects with Little Shoes Big Voice and solo career!
- Sketches -
- Rosie Caldecott -
A beautiful sweet voice and lovely intimate songs. Rosie is not only an accomplished songwriter but she will also surprise you with her stunning art (www.rose-mariecaldecott.co.uk)
- Matt Chanarin -
Probably one of oxford's best kept secrets. Matt Chanarin is one of the finest songwriters around. He might be making an appearance with his new project Hot Contents…
- Sylva Kay -
Crafting her songs by busking most days of the week, Sylva has a very unique and wonderful voice accompanied by intricate guitar playing suggesting her drum-ability!
- Robot Swans -
An indie/pop/rock trio combining synths, vocal harmonies, twinkly electronic instruments, guitars, bass and DrumKid. Come discoed their unique set of happy songs with sad lyrics!
Don't forget to bring your mittens! Warehouses aren't the easiest space to insulate so make sure to wear your lovely winter jumpers, ski suits and beanies!