Fri 21 April // 19:00
Between Stations trudges onwards once again.
This time in collaboration with Cardiff’s newest and brightest space Paradise Garden, to bring you an evening of leftfield, Welsh independent music to The Cube.
Ivor Woods is a multi-instrumental project from South Wales artist Rachel Crabbe, creating alt-pop from her home studio that reflects herself as a queer woman. Dark, moody, atmospheric and utterly captivating. FFO: Art School Girlfriend, Bon Ivor, The Japanese House.
Cardiff-based pop producer Ani Glass beautifully weaves modern pop sounds with throbbing 80s synth-pop, all whilst singing in her native languages of Welsh and Cornish. Bright, euphoric, beautiful. FFO: Eurythmics, Sally Shapiro, Róisín Murphy.
Esther, alongside co-founding the Paradise Garden space, is a Welsh singer, producer, DJ and dancer. Her music challenges musical tradition, leading listeners off centre through her blend of psych-folk and electronica. FFO: Sade, 80s-era Madonna, Beverly Glenn-Copeland.
Before, between and after, the bar will be sound tracked with synth-pop, new wave and art rock oddities by Cowper and Teak Co-Founder David J Bull.
Tickets on sale via Headfirst now, 100% of profits made will go to Saffron Records.