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Dana Gavanski

11 September @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

£12.00
Dana Gavanski Brighton

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Dana Gavanski Brighton

Dana Gavanski plays The Prince Albert, Brighton on Sunday 11th September. Please note earlier door times from 6pm – 9pm

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There’s something mesmerising about the fingertips of Dana Gavanski. Conducting each note with a light gracefulness, they appear to dance whilst aiding their owner in expressing the stories behind each of her lighter-than-air tones. Stories which, on her new album When It Comes, may never have been heard if not for healing ‘lost’ vocal cords and a lesson in taking the rough with the smooth.

In many ways this record feels like it is my first,” Dana tells. “When I could use my voice, I had to focus so there is an urgency and greater emotional trajectory than before… it’s very connected to vocal presence, which extended into an existential questioning of my connection to music. It felt like a battle at times, which I frequently lost.”

Arriving where introversion and extroversion meet, When It Comes is Dana’s most vulnerable record to date. A Canadian-Serbian artist unafraid of extremes, she seamlessly blends her love of music from the 50s-70s with mythologyLed by instinct in its purest form, Dana’s latest chapter is an ode to the voice as an instrument – its power, and how intricately it can deliver words to tug at, and tie knots in, every heartstring. “Words can be taken quite literally, but to me, a lot of the time, they are pivots. They point in a direction but don’t necessarily stay there,” she says.

The follow up to her 2020 debut Yesterday Is Gone was started in Montreal, ended in Belgrade, recorded back in London at Total Refreshment Centre, and then mixed by Mike Lindsay (Tunng, Lump). It offers something altogether more atmospheric and widescreen, as heard in the idiosyncratic carnival arpeggio grooves of first single ‘Indigo Highway’.

Plus support

Upcoming Love Thy Neighbour Shows:
08082022 – KIEFF. The Hope & Ruin
14082022 – John Francis Flynn. De La Warr Pavillion, Bexhill.
20082022 – The Once. Folklore
01092022 – Soccer Mommy. Chalk
08092022 – The Howlers. The Hope & Ruin
11092022 – Dana Gavanski. The Prince Albert
16092022 – Ducks Ltd. Green Door Store
18092022 – We Were Promised Jetpacks. Patterns
19092022 – Wyldest. Latest Music Bar.
20092022 – Blood Wizard. The Green Door Store
04102022 – Regressive Left. The Prince Albert
04102022 – Mush. The Hope & Ruin
05102022 – Man & The Echo. The Hope & Ruin
11102022 – Naima Bock. The Prince Albert
11102022 – Divorce. The Hope & Ruin
19102022 – The Burning Hell. Lewes Con Club
24102022 – John Craigie. The Greys
25102022 – Tess Parks. Green Door Store
27102022 – Hanya. The Prince Albert
01112022 – Porridge Radio. The Old Market
02112022 – Porridge Radio. The Old Market
09112022 – Aoife Nessa Frances. The Prince Albert
16112022 – Dan Mangan. Chalk
16112022 – Lime Garden. Patterns
23042023 – Shonen Knife. Lewes Con Club

Accessibility:

No wheelchair access to the venue. Two sets of stairs up to the venue, no disabled toilets. Gendered toilets. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at info@lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk for guestlist, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. Would be possible to place a chair near the stage.

 

Dana Gavanski Brighton

Dana Gavanski Brighton

Details

Date:
11 September
Time:
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
£12.00

Venue

Prince Albert
48 Trafalgar Street
Brighton, BN1 4ED United Kingdom
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