Woodburner carries the torch for live acoustic music in East London. Best-known for their weekly nights, their events showcase top quality music in beautiful, atmospheric, and often little-known venues. Johnny Flynn, Sam Lee, The Langan Band name just a few of the artists who have performed in venues such as Wilton’s Music Hall to the Courtyard Theatre.
In this special edition at the Brunel Museum Woodburner will be presenting the music of Whiskey Moon Face, supported by Ed Dowie.
“The result of a thousand drunken nights, countless dreamy days, and years of musical adventuring, Whiskey Moon Face take you on a voyage into a bohemian underworld which you never knew existed.”
Born into a puddle of whiskey beneath a stark winter moon and raised by cold winds, schooled in the warming spirits and hungry for more, Whiskey Moon Face manage a natural, graceful sound built from many ports.
Always innovating and improvising with stark originality, Louisa Jones’ troupe of underground musicians play with a virtuosity you could never expect. Songs which speak of the unspeakable, with understated humour, captivating storytelling and a transcendent spirituality.
Live electronica whizz kid Ed Dowie uses his deep knowledge of sound design to create a unique, transportive, sonically rich experience for his audience. It's a blend of live sounds, effect-laden vocals, and truly huge synth sounds that is completely immersive.
His music has appeared on various short films and TV and has regularly featured on BBC Radio 3, BBC6 Music and Resonance FM.