Lost Horizons
Paul Knight losthorizons.pk@sky.com





Lost Horizons
Presents
Matthew the Ox

plus

Richie Phillips

  James O'Hara-Knight  and Louis Gilman

on 15th January 2016



 

 

 

Matthew the Oxx reviews and contacts
'It is as if each song is
lapping over your feet as you stand watching the sea receding from the
shoreline' Leah Parker-Turnock - FATEA 'At the heart of this
record is what I would describe as a classic folk-singer's voice,
direct, forthright, clear and earthy.' Greag Mac a'tSaoir - R2 Magazine 'That'll knock your socks off, even if you're not wearing any!' Max Reinhardt - BBC Radio 3's LATE JUNCTION 'The whole album is rather beautiful' Cerys Matthews - BBC6 'This, I really like' Steve Lamacq - BBC6 'simply mind boggling - poetry of the finest order' JP - Acoustic Magazine 'You could write a thesis on the first track' Dai Jeffries - Folking.com 'brings to mind a scene of incredible vastness, a space which can never be filled' Nathan Roach - Subba-Cultcha 'Intriguingly Cohenesque meditations on death in passionate poetic language' - Froots Magazine 'Unforgettable poetic narrative through the heights and depths of love' Dave Clark - AMERICANA UK 'évocations poétiques et des métaphores douces qui emportent' - Deb Cukier - PAUSE MUSICALE
Other Accounts matthewtheoxx(Twitter) Website
http://www.matthewtheoxx.com
Booking Agent
matthewtheoxx@gmail.com

 

Richie Phillips is a musician from London. The best way to describe his music is that it comes in two parts. The main is a singer songwriterstyle, influenced by the likes of Dylan, Lou Reed & Leonard Cohen. With a kinda melancholy sound and lyrics about himself, life and the people he meets. The second part is an experimental side, using the electric guitar to try and create a minimalist, avant-garde sound using consonance and dissonance tones. With a great love of just musicand it’s many styles he tries take something away from all he hears, inturn hoping to let his music to be able to go anywhere and anystyle.
Recently Richie has just self-released his self-recorded debut album The Richie. An album about honesty, truth, loneliness, addiction, escapism, religion, a battle within of anger, depression and the search for love. Ultimately finding a first love which is not mutual, the dealing of new emotions, along with it’s regrets and the coming to termswith whats been. http://richiephillips.net 

Open Mic from 11 til midnight  - where anything goes

  £4 entry or £3 concessions 

at
The Birkbeck
45 Langthorne Road Leytonstone E11
Doors 7.30pm - 12.00pm
open mic from 11pm















Resident Musicians
  • Will O'Donoghue

    Leyton based singer songwriter - upcoming gigs
    15th September 2012 - The Torriano Bar supporting Michele Stodart



  • James O'Hara-Knight

    Rickmansworth based singer songwriter - upcoming gigs
    13 September 2012 - The Trinity in Harrow supporting The Session EP launch
    15 September 2012 - The Torriano Bar in Kentish Town supporting Michele Stodart
    13 October 2012 - The Torriano Bar in Kentish Town supporting Hatful of Rain



  • George Gilman

    Walthamstow based singer songwriter - upcoming gigs
    Currently based at Stirling University - you will definitely see him there


  • Louis Gilman

    Walthamstow based singer songwriter who got his guitar out and won the 2010 Towersey Folk Festival Song Slam
    upcoming gigs
    13 October 2012 - The Torriano Bar in Kentish Town supporting Hatful of Rain
    20 October 2012 - The Heatcote Arms in Leytonstone supporting Said the Maiden


Lost Horizons Folk Club
Lost Horizons Folk and Acoustic Club @ The Birkbeck Tavern E11 4HL

Singer songwriter - Trad - Bands - Contemporary

with resident singer songwriters plus guest band and headliner