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Loitered Lens : Apples & Eve

Sweeping folk, wheezing accordion, and grand chanson stage theatrics. Apples & Eve at the Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen. Photos.

Apples & Eve

Eva Rose’s voice evokes a doomed inter-war chanteuse, Aaron’s violin spirits the listener to campfire passion deep in a Carpathian forest and the rhythm section of Francine Perry and Grahame Ross displays perfectly how the dance-music trope of drum build and bass drop predates the 808, indeed, predates every other aspect of electronic dance music including electricity itself. 

– From Trebuchet’s review of Apples & Eve ‘s album Dionysus

 Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve

Apples & Eve played the Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen on March 13th:

All photos: Carl Byron Batson

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