Thanks so much for your support this year with the Hudson shows. We'll be back shortly with some exciting events for 2024. In the meantime we wanted to let you know about a FREE show from Jon Boden at Spinning Discs on December 16th at 12.30pm. Come along to the in-store and hear Jon do a few carols from his and Eliza Carthy's new album 'Glad Christmas Comes'. The LP and CD will be available to purchase from the shop.

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In other news we have a fantastic opportunity for you to see an amazing band we released an album from a few years ago, we are helping promote and produce their first UK tour. Angrusori, featuring Nils Henrik Asheim and Iva Bittová are a Norwegian contemporary music ensemble and Romany traditional Slovakian music collaboration. Their previous visit to the UK was in April to perform at the Cheltenham Jazz Festival.

The nearest show to Sheffield is at the Band on the Wall, we also have shows in Birmingham at the MAC, London at Grand Junction and as part of Celtic Connections in Glasgow also.

Please do help spread the word and we'd love to see you at one of the shows, I can promise you it will be a fantastic night!

"Angrusori: Romany songs of birth, death and black comedy. Using tango, flamenco, junkyard jazz and more, the pan-European group turn stories of migration, pain and persecution into something transcendent." The Guardian

Tickets: Angrusori →
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The Slovakian-Norwegian orchestra Angrusori released its debut-album Live at Tou on Hudson Records in May 2021. The album combined, and at times fuses, two distinctive spheres of musical culture: on the one hand, an ancient migratory song tradition, and on the other, contemporary, experimental improvisation.

Since 2016, a group of musicians from the Norway based Kitchen Orchestra and the Slovak Roma community have collaborated on the project Phuterdo Øre (open ear), now renamed as the band Angrusori (ring). New connections have been developed between contemporary improvised music from Norway and traditional Slovak Roma music, beautifully re-composed and hybridized by Nils Henrik Asheim and Iva Bittová helped along by contributing musicians and hours of collaborative work.

For a number of years, researcher Jana Beliová has worked with the Roma population in Slovakia, collecting and documenting songs rarely heard outside the Slovakian countryside. This album offers a collection of these songs in a remoulded and repackaged format, inviting both old and new listeners of Roma music, and appealing to diverse audiences within and outside the Slovakian vernacular. These are songs from an otherwise secluded society, songs usually shared in peoples homes and kitchens. They are songs telling stories of a different European reality, encompassing experiences of social segregation, abject poverty and ill health, or love, jealousy and loss stories of specific and universal human tragedies, which nevertheless bear within them enduring qualities of resilience and togetherness. It is music that seeks to give renewed hope for our shared and interdependent humanity, through its ability to cross borders.

Thanks for your support as always!

Andy x

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