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Curved Air: The groundbreaking British progressive rock band featuring original members Sonja Kristina on vocals, Florian Pilkington-Miksa on drums. Still amazing fans with their own brand of "acid folk rock" Curved Air are touring in October and November as they continue to promote their latest acclaimed CD "North Star". Curved Air are still fronted by the lovely Sonja Kristina whose voice sounds as magical today as when the band enjoyed their top ten hit single "Back Street Love" with Florian Pilkington-Miksa on drums and featuring the great Paul Sax on violin (amongst others) this is a show not to be missed. Glowpeople open the night with their unpredictable and improvisational grooves! Expect plenty of influences and attitudes making an eclectic mish-mash of psychedelic jazzy dub funk... Or something.Tickets Save
Label: Cosmic Primitive, Seattle
Bio: It's a psychedelic jazz mish-mash on toast! Nothing really fits a genre pigeon hole. These pieces in the playlist are recorded during writing, rehearsing and mucking about sessions. That's why they probably sound live.
The various Glowpeople all hail from different backgrounds (and quadrants of...See Full Bio
““Things went wrong. Things went right…Things went totally bad.” No disrespect to the UK’s Glowpeople, but I’m calling bullshit on that. Things…goes totally right. And stays that way. They call their wares ‘psychedelic jazz mish-mash on toast,’ and that’s about as concise as I’d ever get; a rich, luxurious combination of styles spread over much, much more than simple white bread. Glowpeople are groovy, jazzy, psychedelic, progressive and downright danceable if your dancing shoes are gravity boots on a looser and lighter planet than ours. A self-described collective of cats with varying backgrounds, attitudes and influences all working together to pump out their ‘free jazz zoo of sounds,’ Glowpeople make true head music that’s not afraid of embracing its own smarts. Things…is primarily instrumental, with some spoken word snippets tossed in for good measure and trippy embellishment. Tirelessly active, furtive and relaxing all at the same time, Things…is frot”