07 / 09 / 2023 Donnerstag // Konser
Susannah Stark & Band (live) / Anchoress (live) / Gloria de Oliveira

Doors 21:00

21:00 Gloria de Oliveira
21.30 Anchoress
22:30 Susannah Stark & Laurie Pitt
23:00 Gloria de Oliveira

Tickets on the door only


Susannah Stark & Band: scottish printmaker & singer Susannah Stark traverses different dimensions of softness in relation to the human voice and manners of speech to create sparse collages of sound, working together with trumpet player Philip Cardwell and drummer/percussionist Laurie Pitt (Golden Teacher, Dick 50). Her debut album 'Time Together (Hues And Intensities)' out on Stroom in 2020, was described by Noel Gardner in The Quietus as "a seven-song serving of gossamer dub-pop experimentalism" and as a live show by Jude Browning in MAP Magazine as "music suspending weightlessness and opacity with the unfathomable facets of existence"

'Time Together (Hues and Intensities)' out on Stroom

'These words are yours now' Live at The Glad Cafe, Glasgow, 2022

Live at the Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, 2023


Anchoress: Anchoress formed in Berlin in 2020. Their music is equal parts ambient, avant garde classical, experimental liturgy, and goth-minimalism. The centerpiece of their songs is the androgynous, masterful vocals of lead singer Anna Lucia Nissen, whose performances challenge sonic conceptions of gender norms in songwriting while conjuring a rich and raw atmosphere of romantic doom and darkness.

Soundcloud: https://on.soundcloud.com/hmnnL

Bandcamp: https://anchoress-official.bandcamp.com/album/in-times-where-eyes-are-low


Gloria de Oliveira: The Berlin-based DJ plays a delicate mix of ethereal wave, dark ambient and dream pop. Her bewitching sound spectrum is enhanced by her densely atmospheric, self-directed music videos & visuals. Her much celebrated latest record, "Oceans of Time", a collaboration with long-time David Lynch-collaborator and sound designer Dean Hurley, was recently released on Sacred Bones (NYC) and recommended by publications such as The Wire, NTS Radio, Boomkat, and as "an ethereal gem" by Loud and Quiet Magazine.