part of Refract:19
Venture into a surreal nocturnal world with this brand new audiovisual show by acclaimed alternative singer-songwriter Minute Taker in collaboration with a range of filmmakers.
Presented as a series of dream sequences, Wolf Hours explores the psyches of several gay men at different points in time over the past century.
With influences including Kate Bush, Tori Amos and David Bowie, Minute Taker creates a live soundtrack of haunting melodies, electronic beats and otherworldly synths.
Developed in association with Waterside Arts, Arts Council England and Superbia (at Manchester Pride).
This project is supported by a grant from Superbia at Manchester Pride. Superbia Grants provide financial support for LGBT events as part of Manchester Pride's commitment to the quality and diversity of cultural events taking place throughout the year in Greater Manchester.
PRESS + REVIEWS
"haunting melodies, electronic beats and soulful singing" - Time Out
"beautiful electronic-orientated pop songs... like old recordings that have been rediscovered & restored by a renegade computer; glitching & looping" - Notion
"a haunting take on modern folk" - Red Magazine
"dramatic and engaging right from the first play" - The 405
“layers of ethereal beauty and raw emotion” - Electronic North
Approx. 50 mins + post-show discussion.
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