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Rosie Lowe
Institute of Contemporary Arts

Rosie Lowe makes her long-awaited live return following the release of her new single, the future-soul slow-jam, 'Mood to Make Love'.

Over the last decade the Devon-born, Deptford-based artist has carved out a space as one of British music’s most idiosyncratic artists. Her debut album, Control, and follow-up, YU, were released via Paul Epworth’s Wolf Tone label, earning critical acclaim with features in the Guardian and British Vogue as well as support from Radio 1 and 6Music. Her effortless vocals also brought attention from her peers, spawning collaborations with artists including Jay Electronica, Little Simz, Machinedrum and Lil Silva amongst others and a sample by hip-hop goliaths Future & Juice Wrld on ‘No Issue’.

The singer, songwriter and producer is now an independently signed artist, having moved to Blue Flowers in 2020, and is enjoying a renewed sense of creative liberty as a result. Able to focus more on creatively progressive work, the earliest result was a joint album with Duval Timothy, Son, labelled “a record of superhuman beauty” by Pitchfork.

With support from Ammonite. 

Ammonite is the new project from songwriter-producer Amy Spencer. Her debut mini-album Blueprints explores two opposing sound worlds, the voice and technology. Where layers of improvised vocals meet electronic processing and flow like a glorious, glitchy, blue river.

Presented by Parallel Lines.
 
Book tickets
07:00 pm
Thu, 26 Sep 2024
Stage

£27.04 (including DICE fees + £1.50 venue levy)

Event Info

• Please note a venue levy of £1.50 is included in the cost of all tickets.
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