York, United Kingdom, February 11, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Railway Institute, 22 Queen Street, York YO24 1AD
York, United Kingdom, February 25th 2011 from 20:00 - 23:30 York
£8 On The Door
Tim Wright and AB Johnson present their compelling brand of anti-pop. Viewer's live sound is powerful and accessible, combining A.B's acerbic social commentary with Tim's vintage synth driven music and real-time visuals.
You Set The Scene:
Michael and Nigel will be playing a fine selection of some of Nick Harrisons records. Nigel selects them and Michael spins them. Together they create a beautiful sound.
Tim Wright has been releasing his inimitable brand of electronic music since the early 1990s. He has attracted the support of some of the key labels in the field with releases on Mute, Tresor, Soul Jazz and PIAS among others. He has remixed artists as diverse as Goldfrapp, Scorn and Laurent Garnier. His recent album, The Sick Rose, with chanteuse Monika Naceva was nominated for a Czech Grammy in 2010.
AB Johnson - the writer, singer and lyricist has fronted a number of bands since the mid 1990s and played extensively throughout the UK. Johnson delivers kinetic live performances, snarling with a voice reminiscent of Lou Reed's junkie punk drawl.
Toastie Taylor - a founding member of the seminal hip hop act New Flesh (Big Dada), Toastie has collaborated with artists such as BT, Evil Nine, Adam Freeland, DJ Vadim, Si Begg and Roots Manuva. His vocal blend of soca, reggae and dancefloor both contrast and compliments Johnson's lyrical delivery.