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First Listen : C Duncan - Health

First Listen is the part of Musos' Guide where we tempt you in with lesser played tracks from the recent past or this very minute. Enjoy.


Live Dates:-

 Friday 15th March - SAMA’s Takeover, Paisley
Friday 19th April - The Lemon Tree, Aberdeen (tickets)
Thursday 25th April - The Cluny, Newcastle (tickets)
Friday 26th April - Band on the Wall, Manchester (tickets)
Saturday 27th April - Castle & Falcon, Birmingham (tickets)
Monday 29th April - Thekla, Bristol (tickets)
Tuesday 30th April - Komedia, Brighton (tickets)
Thursday 2nd May - Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich (tickets)
Friday 3rd May - Rescue Rooms, Nottingham (tickets)
Saturday 4th May - Live at Leeds Festival, Leeds 
Sunday 5th May - Handmade Festival, Leicester 
Tuesday 7th May - The Bullingdon, Oxford (tickets)
Wednesday 8th May - Scala, London (tickets)
Friday 10th May - Summerhall Arts Centre, Edinburgh (tickets)
Saturday 11th May - Maryhill Community Centre Hall, Glasgow (tickets)

Vox Liminis presents: Distant Voices

  • Published in News

Vox Liminis presents: Distant Voices: Not Known at This Address with C Duncan, Admiral Fallow Trio and Emma Pollock – launching a truly remarkable album. The Distant Voices project brings together some of Scotland’s most acclaimed songwriters with people who have first hand experience of the criminal justice system.  Co-writers on the album include prisoners, prison staff, researchers and social workers. Through these diverse collaborations, Not Known at This Address offers a unique, and uniquely human, portrait of criminal justice in Scotland.  An impressive roster of artists have contributed to Distant Voices over the last two years.

The album features the talents of Kris Drever, C Duncan, Admiral Fallow, Emma Pollock, Rachel Sermanni, Pronto Mama, Bdy_Prts, Fiskur and Donna Maciocia. Originally recorded in prisons and community settings, as part of a number of songwriting workshops, each of the tracks has been re-recorded at Glasgow’s legendary Chem19 Studios, in collaboration with the co-writers.

For the Hidden Door show, we’re delighted that Admiral Fallow (Trio), C Duncan and Emma Pollock will perform their own sets, before re-joining the house band to play Not Known At This Address in full. In a system that often thinks about things – and people – in black and white terms, Distant Voices attempts to add colour and humanity back into the discussion.

Distant Voices is run in partnership between the University of Glasgow, University of Edinburgh, University of West of Scotland, and Vox Liminis. Funding for this project comes from Creative Scotland, the Economic and Social Sciences Research Council, the Art and Humanities Research Council (ES/P002536/1) and the Scottish Prisons Service.




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