Dakhabrakha at Village Underground, 1-10-2015

August 24, 2015 • Cultural, Past Events • Views: 2072

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WHEN:

Thursday, 1 October, 7pm – 11pm

WHERE:

54 Holywell Lane, EC 2A 3PQ London, United Kingdom

Admission:

£15.40 Book here Under 18s must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Right of admission reserved.

Ukraine’s Dakhabrakha brings tradition to life. straight.com

Drones and beats, crimson beads and towering black lambs-wool hats all serve as a striking backdrop for an unexpected, refreshingly novel vision of Eastern European roots music. This is the self-proclaimed “ethno-chaos” of Ukraine’s DakhaBrakha.

They craft stunning new sonic worlds for traditional songs, reinventing their heritage with a keen ear for contemporary resonances. With one foot in the urban avant-garde and the other foot in Ukrainian village culture, DakhaBrakha shows the full fury and sensuality of some of Eastern Europe’s most breathtaking folklore.

DakhaBrakha – is world-music quartet from Kyiv, Ukraine. Reflecting fundamental elements of sound and soul, Ukrainian “ethnic chaos” band DakhaBrakha, create a world of unexpected new music. The name DakhaBrakha is original, outstanding and authentic at the same time. It means “give/take” in the old Ukrainian language. DakhaBrakha was created in 2004 at the Kyiv Center of Contemporary Art “DAKH” by the avant-garde theatre director – Vladyslav Troitskyi. Theatre work has left its mark on the band performances – their shows have never been staged without the scenic effects. Having experimented with Ukrainian folk music, the band has added rhythms of the surrounding world into their music, thus creating bright, unique and unforgettable image of DakhaBrakha. It will help to open up the potential of Ukrainian melodies and to bring it to the hearts and consciousness of the younger generation in Ukraine and the rest of the world as well.

Check DakhaBrakha website for more information http://www.dakhabrakha.com.ua/

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Check  some reviews:

Put Language Aside, then Let the Music Take Time to Speak. The New York Times

 

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