Join us at Cellar Door, a female-run collective, in Louisiana on Valentine's Day for an unforgettable night of Bristol's finest musicians and a themed art exhibition showcasing emerging artists working in various mediums. It will be a smashing hoot with an eclectic line-up of genres- there will be something for everyone. Come alone or bring your special someone(s).
BLED is the artistic partnership of anti-art artist Jamy Crozier (RED) and songwriter and producer Leo Himmelblau (BLUE). The duo work separately and together to produce a varied output that includes music, art and apparel. These elements fuse in a dramatic live performance that has been winning over unsuspecting crowds across the UK since 2021.
Based in Bristol, the pair have recently landed high profile slots at Dot to Dot and Bristol Harbourside Festival, supported Walt Disco, Cumgirl8 and Glove, as well as featuring on BBC Introducing in the South West.
“A flurry of bubblegum goth-pop, strewn with darkwave undercurrents. Their synth-fuelled energy is akin to the New Romantic artists that they’re vividly reinvigorating, as well as recent glam heroes Walt Disco.” - NARC
STAND TO ORDER
StandToOrder are an eight-piece outfit hailing from Bristol. They bring a vast array of influences to their melting pot to create soaring post-rock passages next to angular noise to set the scene for lyrics of delusions of grandeur, despair and a small forgotten boat. Accompanied always by a live painter each performance is a new unique experience.
FOOL HARDY FELLAS
Foolhardy Fellas fervently fuse forlorn flair and fervor, forging foreboding yet foolish fanfare to flout folk formalities.
“Greya and Glibyun” is a sonic folktale performed by Avant folk ensemble Scops. Scops will take you to the remote island of Innis Djorn, deep in our spiritual past to tell the story of Greya, a barren peasant woman caught between two religious worlds. Told through seven songs, “Greya and Glibyun” combines traditional and freak folk sensibilities with theatrical story telling.
ART EXHIBITION / FROM THE BOTTON OF MY HEART/ ab imo pectore
Down in the cellar, there will be a themed exhibition with prompts from the quote 'From The Bottom Of My Heart. The exhibition features a multi-media showcase of paintings, photography, soundscapes, installation, projection, sculpture, illustration, and much more.#
Lola Norwood, Yasmin Egin, Flossy Whyman, Rachel Baber, Tom Mills, Erin Alibocus, Nancy Gonzalez, Mihone Forsyth, Holly Lewin, Irene Martínez Llorca, Callum Crowley, Holly Humphries, George Hilles, Hebe Rusk, Ben Crone, Kabir Sawyer, Livvy Jackson, Ollie Camp.
Show starts at 6pm.