Her songs are influenced by poets such as Blake, Rossetti, Byron, Poe, and Coleridge and embrace a wide range of musical styles including opera, gothic, electronica and soundtrack. She has performed extensively throughout Europeand is currently working with and supporting Lene Lovich. Past collaborations include recording with Pete Murphy from Bauhaus.
Recent solo gigs include the WGT Festival in Leipzig, the UleHeli festival in Estonia and the Gothic Dark Wave festival in Tilloloy, France. With the Lene Lovich Band she has also toured the UK with the Psychedelic Furs.
Film and TV work include “The Plantagenets” documentary series for the BBC as well as “Songs of Alchemy”, an original opera about the alchemist John Dee which formed the musical soundtrack to a film of the same name by Jude Rawlins which was shown at several international film festivals.
Her album “Proserpine’s Gold” is has been met with wide acclaim and airplay on BBC6 and BBC Radio 3 and she also has a collaborative album on the Felt label “Opera Scura” of original operatic soundtrack arias and choruses. She is currently working on a new solo album.
is based on Shakespeare’s classic, Macbeth. This darkly gothic number is filled with witches’ chants, late evening operatic vocals and classical horror instrumentation which build into an epic orchestral stampede. New wave legend, Lene Lovich makes a rare special guest appearance and brings her trademark sound to this ideal Halloween track.
Thanks to Lene Lovich, Morgan King, Peter Shipman and Luca Santucci for their vocals and Jude Cowan Montague for her paintings.
In 2014 he moved to London where he recorded his 2nd solo album
"Tooting Bec", before creating his brand new solo project: Kazemijazi.
His genre is psychedelic rock, dream pop, shoegaze, alt-rock with a touch of nostalgia for the '80/90s sounds but modernized and revisited in his own style.
Some of Kazemijazi's favorite topics are artificial intelligence,
dystopian society, science fiction. He is really into the new weird imaginary, perfectly represented by
the movie "Annihilation" directed by Alex Garland which he describes as being one of his favorite movies ever.
performing an acoustic version of #61
Adam Skofield - Vocals
Will Jackson - Guitar/Vocals
George Hilsdon - Drums/Vocals
Sam Beattie - Guitar
Warren Stafford - Bass
Influenced by the likes of Wolf Alice and The XX, their sound is a fresh, dynamic and textured take on the indie rock genre. Having been together for just over a year they have released three self produces singles, two live video performances, and received recognition from throughout the UK performing from London to Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Filmed and edited by Finlay O'Hara Recorded by Rob Plummer and Matías Torres Solé
Acoustic version of 'Haunting Me'
Since her first radio show, Alice has appeared on many different independent radio shows. Her music has been played on many radio stations, including North Manchester FM.
In August 2019 she performed at a Music Festival in Belluno, in Italy, near Venice. She featured in an interview on Radio Belluno where her music was also played, her first international radio show.
Alice is currently working on her new single ''Like Me Too'' which is due to be released in February 2020. Her new music is influenced by Hip Hop, Soul and Pop sound, Alice will be coming back strong next year 2020 with her new fresh sound.
Official Music Video for Free by Alice Callari. Filmed and Edited by: Dylan Drake Powered by: The SSHAKE Creative Community.