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To finish up The End 2015, The End Festival presents an all dayer of Folk / Weird music on Sunday 22nd November.
Playing on the day will be The Memory Band, The Mae Trio, Collectress, You Are Wolf, Elliot Morris, The Lords Of Thyme and The Spectral Chorus.
The Memory Band
A folk group with a difference. They mix instrumentals and vocal harmonies with a good melodic sense and plenty of singing and dancing. Their mission to enjoy music no matter when it was written has seen them adapt pieces from a very wide spectrum, whether old or new.
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The Mae Trio
With their roots firmly planted in folk tradition, Australian award-winning band The Mae Trio are a breath of fresh air on the contemporary folk scene. Incorporating stellar three-part harmonies, complex arrangements and lyrical sophistication, these youngsters are on a rapid rise. The trio are Maggie Rigby (banjo, ukulele, guitar and vocals), sister Elsie Rigby (violin, ukulele and vocals and Anita Hillman (cello, bass and vocals).
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A four piece, female band who are based in London and Brighton. They have been described as 'possessed Bronte sisters teasing an unsuspecting dinner party', Collectress make melodic, experimental music and perform with strong visual play. Expect strings, keys, woodwind, voices, found sounds, custom software, and humour.
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You Are Wolf
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Elliott Morris is a young guitarist and singer/songwriter prominent in the Lincolnshire, UK music scene who is known for his "unorthodox" style of percussive guitar.
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The Lords Of Thyme
From the Southern English Midlands come The Lords of Thyme. With an eye towards the crystalline acid folk of Pentangle and rougher hue of Trees. The Lords of Thyme were formed after Circulus alumni Joe Woolley, Tali Trow and Pat Kenneally decided to record together. Sharing a love of esoteric folk, psych and progressive music, the trio emerged from their sessions with a clutch of surprisingly accessible tunes recorded with sensitivity, humour and verve.
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The Spectral Chorus