HOUSE CONCERT: BROOKE SHARKEY

MAY 29TH, 2017

BARE BONES STUDIO, MONTPELIER, BRISTOL

Come and join us for an evening of quiet beauty with:

BROOKE SHARKEY

Raised between England and France, singer-songwriter Brooke Sharkey conjures songs drawn from her well-travelled life, and the people and stories she encounters along the way. Having previously released two EPs and an album, her second album ‘Wandering Heart’ (2016) brought her to more widespread attention. In November 2016, she was featured in the Guardian’s Future 50, a selection of independent artists tipped for success. She produces her own music and collaborates with musicians based in and around East London.

Her idiosyncratic songwriting can be described as ‘an introspective sound adorned with emotional vocals and sliding string sections that create a tense air of melancholy that few others can master so simply and so elegantly, Brooke Sharkey oozes a creativity that radiates emotion. She is a woman who bleeds artistry’ (Fresh beats).

http://brookesharkey.co.uk/

Tickets £7 in advance: only 40 places available

Get in touch at: thebarebonescollective@gmail.com

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LESS IS MORE: RECORDING WORKSHOP

MAY 28TH, 2017

BARE BONES STUDIO, MONTPELIER, BRISTOL

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Bare Bones presents a day of learning about how to make the most of a simple or home studio set-up. Ideal for beginners as well as more experienced recording artists looking to improve their skills, this workshop will be led by Lauren Deakin Davies, producer-engineer to the likes of Laura Marling and other folk/acoustic artists on Folkstock Records (http://www.laurendeakindavies.com/).

Lauren has a talent for putting people at ease and being able to capture a raw and authentic sound with the artists she works with. A record producer-engineer with her own studio, she is making a name for herself as the youngest member of the Guild of Music Producers.

This is a rare chance to learn about sound engineering and production from a woman in the industry. The Bare Bones Collective are a learning community who aim to create a friendly, supportive environment where all are welcome to work together, share skills and spark new musical ventures.

Get in touch at: thebarebonescollective@gmail.com

Tickets: £15

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A N A L O G U E   R E C O R D I N G  

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JANUARY 21ST, 2017

BAREBONES STUDIO, MONTPELIER, BRISTOL

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A one day workshop in analogue recording, ideal for beginners. A chance to learn about using a reel-to-reel tape machine, and to experiment with different microphone set-ups.

Participants are invited to bring a work-in-progress to share with a small group (maximum 6 participants). You will have the chance to collaborate with the other artists and to make a demo recording yourself on the reel-to-reel machine, to take home.

Get in touch at: thebarebonescollective@gmail.com

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Bare Bones House Concert - Saturday 12th November

We're having a HOUSE CONCERT to gather people together in the Bare Bones studio space on Saturday 12th November 7.30pm until late.

Everyone welcome!!

A N N A   K I S S E L L and  R U T H  G O R D O N will be hosting, playing songs from their recent Bare Bones recording sessions. Storytellers Sarah Mooney and Jethro McDonald will be telling some old and twisted tales and headlining are special guests, T H E  N I G H T J A R, weaving close harmonies, interlocking guitars and deep bass (www.thenightjarmusic.com). If you'd like to come, find out where to find us by sending us an email at thebarebonescollective@gmail.com