Chelsea Wolfe and Anna Calvi are two young musicians whose astonishing work defies convention and categorization. Wolfe is a California native whose sound is intense and radiant, with a hint of darkness. Describe as "doom-drenched electronic folk," Wolfe's music swells with energy and emotion derived from touches of black metal and blues. Her haunting yet soothing vocals are the perfect match for lyrics that illuminate life's darker corners, reveal surprising truths and hidden beauty. Sharing the bill is enigmatic Brit Anna Calvi, who was hailed as "the best thing since Patti Smith" by Brian Eno and writes achingly rich songs punctuated by lightning-speed riffs from her Fender Telecaster. Drawing comparisons with artists like Nick Cave and PJ Harvey, Calvi is a virtuoso guitar player with brooding intensity. Inspired by the films of David Lynch, Gus Van Sant and Wong Kar Wai, Calvi infuses a cinematic element into her work, lending a mysterious undercurrent to her music.
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