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Madam ‘Gone Before Morning’ album launch + Eva Eden

Posted in Uncategorized on January 13, 2011 by Kaparte

Kaparte Promotions present:

MADAM
‘Gone Before Morning’ album launch
With support from EVA EDEN

An all female night of cutting edge folk music. Madam (aka Sukie Smith) is hailed as ‘terrific’ by Time Out, and by the Guardian’s reckoning ‘should give Kylie and Alison Goldfrapp a run for their money’.
Born in Czech Paradise, Eva Eden grew up with a fondness for the weird and wonderful world of tall tales. She started to make music from an early age and is now in the vanguard of London’s popular music scene.

Friday 21 January
KINGS PLACE
Hall Two
90 York Way
London N1 9AG
020 7520 1485
Closest tube: King’s Cross
8pm – 11pm
Tickets £9.50 from: http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/select-tickets?p=5740

http://www.kingsplace.co.uk/
http://www.kaparte.info/

MADAM
The group project of singer-songwriter-producer Sukie Smith – are to make their acclaimed sophomore album Gone Before Morning available as a full release via Sukie’s own label Shilling Boy, distributed by CARGO.
The album comprises eight original songs, combining elements of trip-hop and Western gothic  with Sukie’s own expressive widescreen vision. It also includes deconstructed takes on Odyssey’s ‘If You’re Looking For A Way Out’ and Al Wilson’s Northern Soul classic, ‘The Snake’.
MADAM’s debut album In Case Of Emergency was released on the Reveal label in February 2008, to universal acclaim. Later that year Sukie provided the score to the British independent film, Hush Your Mouth, featuring her song ‘Ride The Waves’ as the prominent ‘outro’. The film recently won Best Film and Best Director at the Portugal Film Festival. In April 2010 she collaborated with Italian band Hollowblue on the co-write ‘Wild Dogs Run’, appearing with them in the Europe’s first ever 3D music video, which won the award for Best Music Video at Hollywood’s 3D Film Awards 2010.
http://www.madam.org.uk/
http://www.myspace.com/madammusic

EVA EDEN
Spending most of her formative years in the golden baroque city of Prague Eva Eden came to London for the fusion of cultures, the clashing of sounds, creating a unique and distinctive blend of folk and electronica. She has collaborated with a vaste range of musicians and her song ‘Underworld’ has been covered by Patrick Wolf. Eva is going to perform old and new material with an exceptional line up featuring Kathryn Davies (sax, accordion) and Joanne Owen (bass).
http://www.evaeden.co.uk/
http://www.myspace.com/evaeden