Ed Dowie - 21st March
****** It’s with sadness that we announce that Golden Hum this Saturday with Ed Dowie and Constant Follower will no longer be going ahead. There is a growing debate about whether the government is following the correct scientific advice by not advising social distancing etc. This uncertainty coupled with the fact that one of the artists scheduled to play has a serious underlying health condition has led us to agree that the most responsible way forward is to reschedule the event to later in the year. Refunds are available from your point of purchase. Please retain your ticket stub/print out and bring it to the rescheduled date and you can exchange it for a drink to offset the loss of your ticket booking fee. The artists playing will lose their source of income from these dates. If you enjoy their music on Spotify etc, please take a wander over to their bandcamp pages and lend your support. Rather than the Spotify £0.00001 the artist receives, all of the funds generated on bandcamp go directly to them. Ed Dowie can be found here: https://eddowie.bandcamp.com/ Take care of each other in these strange times. ** GHx *****
We're extremely chuffed to announce that weve been able to entice the wonderful Ed Dowie up to Stirling for our next Golden Hum.
Ed's first musical project was Brothers in Sound, the three-piece formed in 1998, releasing three EPs and an album with Regal Recordings and BMG. He then spent several years composing music for short films and theatre projects, including The Paper Cinema before embarking on a solo career in 2012. He released 2 EPs (in 2013 and 2014) before joining the ranks of Lost Map Records, who released his debut album, The Uncle Sold in January 2017. His music has regularly appeared on BBC6 Music and BBC Radio 3's Late Junction, which included The Uncle Sold in their Top 12 albums of 2017. His 2nd album, The Obvious I will be released in Summer, 2020. His sets are always incredible so were proud to be bringing him here for our own wee Golden Hum.
We've some exciting supports which will be announced soon.
The last Golden Hum sold out, so do secure an advance ticket if you 're interested in coming along (they're cheaper than on the door too!).