Lewis Barfoot

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Tigmus is happy to present Lewis Barfoot, Olandra and MOLTENO for an all-womens line up at the Harrison!!

Lewis Barfoot:

FOLKALIST Voyaging on the tender terrain of vocal purity: her music haunts, heals and entertains in equal measure. Described by Irish Radio International as a maker of “Delicious music: A massage of the heart, a whisper to the soul”, Lewis works with an uncomplicated loveliness of sound. Her first recording, the independently released EP “Catch Me” contains 5 songs from her Vocal Voyages collection inspired by a year of world travel. Invisible Filter described it as “Utterly brilliant”. Currently working on her debut Album “Folkalism” which she is co-producing with Alex Forster. The new single “WISE OWL” is the first single due for release this September 2017

Olandra:

Olandra is a music project by Ola Wozniak: a vocalist, singer, songwriter and music producer, girl partial to pianos and guitars.

Ola's music is a counterproposal to what we usually hear on popular radio stations. It's not easily cathegorised, for it picks up on different genres such as acoustic music, folk, indie pop but also jazz and neoclassical dark wave. Music journalists compared Olandra to such vocalists as Regina Spektor or Kate Bush.

Olandra proves that music doesn't have to be "big and loud", for sometimes less means more. As emotion and authenticism are most important to her, she tries to write in such a way that her music could "move the listener's soul".

MOLTENO:

Molteno (Jess Molteno Murray) is an East London based Singer, Songwriter from Stroud, Gloucestershire. She writes dream-pop, indie/folk-infused tracks.

Her music has been played on BBC Radio 2 and used for synchs worldwide including a Starbucks advert, a Belgian airline TV advert and US general broadcast.

Her new music fuses ethereal vocals with synths and guitars to create dreamy, atmospheric tracks.

Olandra

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Olandra is a music project by Ola Wozniak: a vocalist, singer, songwriter and music producer, girl partial to pianos and guitars.

Ola's music is a counterproposal to what we usually hear on popular radio stations. It's not easily cathegorised, for it picks up on different genres such as acoustic music, folk, indie pop but also jazz and neoclassical dark wave. Music journalists compared Olandra to such vocalists as Regina Spektor or Kate Bush.

Olandra proves that music doesn't have to be "big and loud", for sometimes less means more. As emotion and authenticism are most important to her, she tries to write in such a way that her music could "move the listener's soul".

Olandra played in various, renown Warsaw venues such as Chłodna 25, Wypieki Kultury, Towarzyska. With her strings duo she performed during the international series of concerts Sofar Sounds (Warsaw) and supported Julia Marcell in a prestigious club Blue Note in Poznan.

others about olandra

”What does 'slow' in music mean? It is presented nicely by Ola Wozniak, who slows down in such a beautiful manner, that it is impossible not to believe in honesty of her songs.” musicis

”(…) vocal, grandpiano and a dangerous concentration of beauty per second.” FDK

”Olandra's pieces are extraordinary. Melancholic vocal and subtle piano seems an excellent combination, which enables Ola to create truely remarkable, poetical compositions (…) Olandra's vocal is far above mediocrity. Very moving, sublime and and affective. In a companion of such a voice you want to spend long, winter evenings.” Swallowing the decibles

”I am sure this gril is gonna be heard of. In the moment Ola studies in Warsaw, but what she does in free time knocks out. Or - as I like to write sometimes about music– transfers us in a compeletly different space.” Zapętlone