Teebs
Oct 2016 18

Soundcrash Presents…

TEEBS

THIS EVENT HAS NOW SOLD OUT. SECOND DATE ADDED AT ECHOES. TICKETS HERE

Support from Paul White

Live @ Stour Space

October 18th 2016

A rare London performance from one of LA’s most well respected beat makers in Hackney Wick’s finest gallery space.

Mtendere Mandowa, better known as Teebs, is transporting himself from LA straight to Hackney Wick’s best warehouse space, Stour Space for two nights this October, all in the name of good vibes and great music.

As a key member of Flying Lotus’s ever consist electronic label, Brainfeeder, Teebs has also carved out the foundations for which fellow creatives can thrive with the manifestation of My Hollow Drum, an art collective residing in Southern California that have aims to spread their artistic visions to the masses.

His music conveys a complex range of emotions in which you can find moments of  magnified sadness, bound up with feelings of nostalgia alongside many moments of blissful resolve, that provides you with an enormous sense of escape from the real world. His music is a vast landscape on which world instruments freely come and go, lush textures resonance and laid-back beats keep it all ticking over harmoniously.  

With a comprehensive selection of music under his belt already including two full-length albums, Teebs arrives to London with what promises to be two perfectly flowing sets to help you to escape those Autumn blues.

Tickets for this rare London performance from one of LA’s best beat makers are sure to be snapped up fast so make sure you grab yourself a spot before they’re gone!

“Ardour is one of the most beautiful albums of the year, alternating between trembling lullabies and softly thumping hip-hop daydreams”Resident Advisor

“This album (E S T A R A) is everything we could have hoped for: freewheeling, easygoing, generous, and, of course, breathtakingly gorgeous” – Sputnik Music

“Teebs’ music manages to sidestep any potential chillwave associations in that it calls to mind an entirely imagined world. It’s less a case of looking backward than looking inward, and it’s resulted in some of the most beautiful music you’re likely to come across all year” – The Quietus

 

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