Monday, September 17, 2012 - 10:20

On Friday, September 21 the Eden Café will be welcoming back firm favourites The People’s String Foundation for a night of avant-garde entertainment.

The experimental band mix jazz, hip-hop, Eastern melodies and big beats to produce an infectious sound. Their beautiful lyrics are accompanied by fast-paced fiddles, double bass and Cuban-inspired bassoon.

The quintet thrives on live performances and they reinterpret their songs according to the location and audience. They are regulars on the festival scene, playing extensively in the South West and across the UK.

The People’s String Foundation will be playing tracks from their debut album Making Waves. The concept album incorporates influences from roots and modern music to create a story of a single wave as it makes its way to the sea.

Ashley van Dyck, said: “The People’s String Foundation have got a great following and they’ve gone down a storm when playing at the café before, so we’re expecting a packed night full of surprises.”

Doors open at 7pm and music starts around 8:30 and goes on until late. Tickets, which are available at the café beforehand, cost £7 or £6 for concessions. 

There will be a selection of food served until 9pm, including sharing platters, hot specials and delicious homemade cakes.

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