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Music Carmel and the Toots | Live at the Point
January 13 @ 2:30 pm - 4:30 pmFree
An impressive lineup of artists below for this coming Live at the Point music event.
Carmel is based in Lyttelton where she collaborates with other artists on projects. Latest projects include Oliver Twist (lyttelton Arts Factory) and ‘A night of Tom Waits’ (NZ International Jazz & Blues Festival). For this afternoon soiree ‘Carmelita & the Toots’ will explore the funkier and electro jazz side of life featuring originals and wonky interpretations of fave songs.
LATP Artist Lineup 2019Come and cushion yourself into a relaxing Sunday afternoon with this selection of eclectic musicians below. 2.30pm - 4.30pm.
Carmel and the Toots
|13 Jan||A wide range of styles including Funk, Quirk, Klezma, Electronica, Latin, Jazz, Blues and World.
|20 Jan||Known for their energetic and entertaining live performances Christchurch base duo 'Assembly Required' are a subtle blend of hard hitting guitars and powerfully raw vocals.
Andrew London Trio
|27 Jan||An easy-going and accessible 1940s-era ‘Hot Club’-style swing
package, with occasional sallies into folk, blues and western swing.
Deep Water Creek
|3 Feb||A mix of his early rock influences with his love of alt-country and folk give way for a dynamic live show and a sophomore album in the pipeline.
The In Crowd
|10 Feb||A four piece soul / funk of guitar, bass, drums and vocals combined with a three piece brass section. Delivering groove-laden soul, funk and pop /rock music.|
|17 Feb||Local Harbour duo the Flaming Femmes blend their acoustic guitars and harmonies to fine, melodic effect, playing a diverse range of alt-country, folk covers from the States, the UK and our very own NZ backyard.|
|24 Feb||A unique sound encompassing folk, alternative rock and indie vibes.
Their debut EP, Vaguely Related, was released in August 2018 and explores the trials, fears, excitement and change of early adulthood.
French for Rabbits
|3 Mar||Led by the soft, smoky voiced Brooke Singer, dream pop band French for Rabbits, have been pioneers of atmospheric, delicate dream-pop in New Zealand for six years.