After a sell out debut, the second feathery instalment of The Pigeon Hole takes us into the ethereal. Hosted by Natty Wylah, celestial sounds are unveiled and beguiling images adorn the big screen.
On the music front The Dylema Collective headline the show with nothing less than genuine, soul-spoken power.
PLUS! Steam Down wordsmith MA.MOYO weaves stories of lineage and time with the tender sounds of Marysia Zofia Osuchowska's harp strings. AND Glasgow's finest Vincent Deighan swans southward to serenade you with angelic frequencies.
Headlining the moving image frontier 'To Live And Die In Manilla' follows musicians responding to the socio-political turbulence in the Philippine capital. 'A war on drugs' and a battle against repression, Boiler Room affiliate Angela Steps' documentary opens windows into the minds of young artists in the city and their ways of transcending cultural oppression - musical liberation.
NOT ONLY BUT ALSO! Otherworldly visions from animators all responding to music. Sam Bell's morphing colours dance to Al Dobson Jr rhythms, bizarre CGI imagery from Dylan Serventi for itsnatevendahk's masterpiece AND BFI Future Film Festival prizewinner Alice Bloomfield showcases her hauntingly beautiful work in Puma Blues' 'as-is' video.
FINALLY! the lovely ladies that are The Yonis will be inhabiting spacial dimensions inside: flexing and contorting accordingly and Calum 'Rubble' Reilly (Limbo Radio) spins unsurpassable tunes throughout the night. Your presence is requested for sensual envelopment.
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