We had a great trip up the Holme Valley to see Terra Fin’s new set at Hallowed Ground, an evening of music and art in St David’s Hall, Holmbridge. Corey and Jonas had invited us, and we were thrilled to see their new mesmerising electronic Terra Fin set.
The art of Andrew Holden set the scene for the evening’s music, a friendly eclectic night, of art, vegan food, drinks and some super cool music. We thoroughly enjoyed the acts we heard. In order of appearance: Georgina Hardcastle’s alt folk ballads, including a specially written song for the event, Hallowed Ground, composed with Robert Sharp (high five Rob, see you next time). Next up Ichabod Wolf, visiting from Chesterfield with a set full of baritone warnings and unsettling tales. It was ace to experience the debut performance of the amazing Steen Machine with cellist and vocalist Christine and her band of strings and rhythms. When the bass is the instrument playing in the highest register in the band that is really something. Kaleidoscopes, the story of an overthrown pirate captain was especially ace. Zero and the No No’s were a fantastic unexpected surprise, think Link Wray, Dick Dale, cartoon quiffs and high energy full on sound. Surfs up! The final act we saw, which we especially made the trip west to see, Terra Fin, were atmospheric and cool and we loved it. Here’s Rich’s gallery of photos, click on an image and scroll through:
A snippet of Terra Fin live at Hallowed Ground:
Terra Fin on Bandcamp https://terrafin.bandcamp.com/
Thanks for inviting us Corey, fab night!
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