Rammel Club 33- Cam Deas/Poppy Seed/Nick Jonah Davis Friday 21st Jan
|Poster by Daniel Ward
Cam Deas takes his 12 string guitar into improvised journeys full of melody and darkness that’s just as likely to remind you of the sparse psychedelia of Charalambides and David Bailey as it is the Takoma stable regulars. Foxy Digitalis called his last LP, ‘Blind Chance’; “Haunting, rousing and resonating” which is a whole heap of good things no matter which way you look at it.
Previous recordings have been on the home of northern psych Blackest Rainbow and he has a bunch of new LP’s on the way. Get a taster of his forthcoming LP Quadtych here;
Twisted tales of love and loss that are best digested with a full bodied bottle of red. Line-up can swing from sparse to a full gang so we’ll just have to wait and see what they bring us on the night.
NICK JONAH DAVIS
Nottingham’s best kept secret, acoustic guitarist Nick Jonah Davis', latest album has been released by Tomkins Square recordings and he’s about to embark on a UK tour with Steffen Basho-Junghans later this year. Catch him now and boast online later.
FRIDAY 21 JANUARY 2011
The CHAMELEON Arts Cafe, Nottingham [MAP]
(Old Market sq / alleyway next to the Bell Inn, above Clinton Cards)
8.30pm / £5 on the door