Pristine harmonies and haunting melodies from THE CHAPIN SISTERS.
Abigail and Lily Chapin have gained comparisons to sister acts of old and Appalachian family groups, yet their songs and arrangements have a very contemporary aspect, with elements of pop, blues and psychedelic rock. “There’s a sinsister tenderness to this L.A. duo’s sad, soft, gorgeous folk.”
- Jonathan Durbin/Paper
Support comes from Avital Raz, with The Woven Project:
Avital Raz is a vocal artist who travels across many borders, a multi-cultured get-together of many strange characters, all rolled up into one quirky singer- songwriter. Her songs may resemble old English lute songs, Indian Classical Ragas, Cabaret, Blues, Country music or Eastern-European Jewish melodies.
One of the odder things she's done was record an album based on James Joyce’s Chamber Music” song-cycle with extensive use of Indian instruments and musicians.
Avital now lives in Berlin and performs throughout Europe with Amos Ungar. She’ll be releasing her new album Infidelity later this year. "A shimmering, dream-like collection containing six beautiful, enchanting and utterly compelling songs that demand attention." Terrascope Online, Simon Lewis (UK)
This should be a really beautiful night - (with a menu to match)