Live music series South Street returned back in March after a year-long hiatus; following up from two shows in 2018 in an impressive underground shaft, the team this time however, have gone for a different tact and are letting the music do all the talking.
Taking up residence in an intimate space above The Camberwell Arms pub, where invited artists host the room for the evening, the night actively encourages the exploration of new ideas or a chance to take the training wheels off – allowing for many first-time performances or specially made revisions being trialled each week and all for free.
Already showcasing rising talent including, 3peace, Footshooter & Jack Stephenson Oliver, Oddboy Ten and Dam Slo, the series kicks off again with special talent And Is Phi this evening. And Is Phi is a vocalist, writer, and visual artist. She is a member of Steam Down collective, as well as the experimental future r&b project Sawa Manga. In her solo work she offers new songs and soundscapes woven together by poetry and ruminations on the rupture and gifts of transformation.
For South Street she will be accompanied by violinist Rebecca Reid and composer/producer Matt Gordon aka Pie Eye Collective.
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Head to the website for more on the May series including Zenel and Rudi & Friends.