Sat 23 April: The Little Unsaid/ Benedict Benjamin

The Winemakers Club
41A Farringdon Street, London EC4A 4AN
Ph 020 7236 2936
Doors 7.00 pm. Music from 7.30 pm. Nearest tube Farringdon, 3 minutes walk.
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The Winemakers is a stunningly atmospheric candle-lit stone arch in the vaults of Holborn Viaduct, three minutes walk from Farringdon tube station, attached to a beautiful independently run wine, whiskey & craft beer bar.
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Advance Ticket Only. Tickets £10.00
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Doors 7.00 pm. Music from 7.45 pm.
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Nearest tube Farringdon, 3 minutes walk.

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The Little Unsaid was forged in the badlands of West Yorkshire by multi-instrumentalist, producer and writer John Elliott. Combining string and brass orchestration with beats, electronics, found sounds, Elliot completes the picture with haunting, androgynous vocals. The Little Unsaid live show consists of a live band with string section- highlights have included touring the UK with American singer-songwriter Catherine Feeny, supports with Rozi Plain, This is the Kit and Rue Royale, and performances at Glastonbury, The Secret Garden Party and Larmer Tree. His new album Fisher King was released in summer 2015, mixed by Graeme Stewart, producer of Jonny Greenwood’s soundtracks There Will Be Blood, The Master and Inherent Vice.
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Benedict Benjamin is the singer and songwriter with acclaimed UK indie-folk act Mariner’s Children (‘Simply astonishing…exhilarating and devastating’. Q Magazine). His brittle, heartworn and beutifully delicate compositons are sung with a wonderfully pure vocal style to match. He treads a similarly introspective path to James Vincent McMorrow and Bon Iver, with respectful nods to 50s noir balladry and rootsy Americana along the way.
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