The Olympia Theatre, Dublin: 14th May, 2018. Click here to view available tickets.
Plus very special guest, Laura Misch
Laura Misch is a saxophonist, producer and singer-songwriter from South East London. Developing over the last year and a half beyond her first instrument, saxophone, Laura’s focus has been using electronics to generate sax-layered soundscapes. Laura makes both instrumental music and songs primarily on the cyclical themes of: connection, presence and release, the saxophone threading throughout everything. About her latest single ‘Lagoon’, Laura says:
“Lagoon is a meditation on relationship and environment. When I thought about what type of environment I would like to be for other people, I gravitated towards a lagoon because of its restorative qualities. The world feels so hectic and the idea that through through creativity we can construct alternative realities feels really vital. That's why I make music, because you can construct these sonic environments for people to be transported too. Lagoon is meant to be this big sonic hug.”
TOM MISCH’S DEBUT ALBUM “GEOGRAPHY” IS OUT NOW.
BUY GEOGRAPHY HERE
Hailing from South London, young artist/producer Misch has already made huge strides in 2018 that should garner much attention for Geography. Misch will play Dublin's Olympia Theatre on 14th May with very limited tickets remaining. Click here to view available tickets. Written and produced by Tom at his bedroom studio, Tom is a keen collaborator, working within a creative hub of like-minded musicians who all share their talents across their friends’ work. There are numerous musical communities south of the river, but this pool of creativity, that also features the likes of Jordan Rakei, Cosmo Pyke, Carmody, Poppy Ajudha, and Tom’s sister Laura Misch, is noteworthy due to the richness and sheer variety of its talent. Some of these talents feature on Geography, such is Tom’s penchant for joining the dots between genres and establishing routes through them without boundary. Disco, soul, jazz, and hip-hop are touchstones of a musician who isn’t easily defined, and why Geography is such an evocative, exciting listen. In a world where the stats and numbers game holds such weight, but becomes almost unquantifiable without the context (150 million streams across Spotify and Apple) it’s refreshing to hear a young artist that requires neither the context nor the pre-amble to sound so agreeably in his own lane. It’s dynamic, sonically diverse, and agreeably adventurous.
Georgraphy Tracklisting: Before Paris, Lost In Paris (feat. GoldLink), South Of The River, Movie, Tick Tock, It Runs Through Me (feat. De La Soul), Isn’t She Lovely, Disco Yes (feat. Poppy Ajudha), Man Like You, Water Baby (feat. Loyle Carner), You’re On My Mind, Cos I Love You , We’ve Come So Far
Tom Misch Live
14th May - Olympia Theatre – Dublin
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