Sat, 18 Sept


The Hot Tin


“Contender for best of the year never know what she’s going to do next” ​ “Brilliant singer songwriter...cogent and thought provoking” -​ ​Lauren Laverne “I really really like that... we`ll be having more of Rachael on the show”​ - Guy Garvey

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Time & Location

18 Sept 2021, 19:00

The Hot Tin, St. Saviour's Church, Whitstable Rd, Faversham ME13 8BD, UK

About The Event

“Rachael Dadd is one of the most talented wise prolific and important women of our times" - Kate Stables of This is the Kit

Living half her time as a traveling musician in Japan, witnessing how other people create things, connecting with other cultures and landscapes; all this is a furnace for innovative song writing. C​ontemporary folk multi-instrumentalist Rachael Dadd is on a strong path with so much interest and support from DJs, tastemakers, her contemporaries and key people in the music industry. She has been gaining the reputation as a pioneering and thought provoking artist unafraid to push the boundaries of folk and pop. Her latest 6th album Flux​ on ​Memphis Industries​ produced by Marcus Hamblett (Villagers/Laura Marling) is a response to external and internal tides: the flow of life up-rooted; a protest against the flow of recent political history; a diary of the flow within the intimate space of home. Collaborators include multi-instrumentalist Emma Gatrill (Willie Mason / Matthew and the Atlas)​, drummer Rob Pemberton (Emily Barker / Low Chimes),bassist ​Jim Barr (Portishead)​ and vocalists Kate Stables and Rozi Plain (This is The Kit)​.

Flux​ follows Rachael’s highly acclaimed album We Resonate​ which came out on French label Talitres