What would you wear to a Star Whores Party?

science not fiction (2)

Pandorasdiary is a boho folk collective with a passion for making life fun and adventurous for them and the people around them.
Their latest exploit is “Star Whores”, a song written for Star Wars day a few years ago when Pandora was invited to a Star Whores party – and couldn’t figure out what to wear.
This year, Pandorasdiary plans to release the track on 4th of May – Star Wars Day – but it wouldn’t be fun without some dressing up and putting on random catwalks and a chance for people to show what they would wear in the most mundane of settings.

Pandorasdiary invites everyone to have an opportunity in joining in with the fun!
SEND US a pic or video of yourself ready for the virtual star whores party tag it @pandorasdiary #starwhores on Instagram, twitter or Facebook

JOIN A FLASHMOB:

8th of April 3pm – Bavaria Statue, Theresienhoehe, Munich, Germany
22nd of April 12.00 March for Science (Meeting point TBC)
1st of May 5.30 Wood Green Station

No flashmob near you? MAKE YOUR OWN FLASHMOB!

Email pandorasdiary@gmail.com and we will send you the full track and be on hand if you have any questions. Tag pics and video @pandorasdiary #starwhores

What does the track sound like? Well, here’s a teaser 😊

More information – questions?
Website www.pandorasdiary.com
Email: pandorasdiary@gmail.com
Facebook www.facebook.com/pandorasdiary

Electrofolk vs. Folk at the Sawmill

Bye bye pub, hello living rooms

Pub venues where people don’t care about the music are a waste of time and money for everyone. That is one of the reasons living room gigs or house concerts have become so popular in the last few years. Audiences come specifically to listen to music in an intimate space. The musicians enjoy their performance. The music breaks the ice. As some of you know I am passionate about living room concerts, and regularly organise gigs at my and other people’s houses. A very important element is hosting the event, making sure the event is a whole – not just bands randomly placed in a room.

This last gig of the year is both a departure and continuation from the living room concert, and is my experiment for the coming year. I would like to recreate the special living room vibe in a more public venue, and possibly add to the excitement by choosing interesting, alternative venues. So the first of these events will be held in The Sawmill.

The Sawmill 

I found the venue on HireSpace, and chatted to one of the lovely three musketeers who run the place. It is currently a passion project with irregular pop-ups and future plans to open a cocktail bar. So I was really really excited to find out that they would be equally excited about an event in their space. It is all made of upcycled wood and features a lovely honky-tonk piano – I’m thinking this event might end in a jam ))

The Acts: Electrofolk vs Folk

Portrait 

LA-based classically trained pianist and singer-songwriter loops, experiments with sound to create electronic folk.

Matilda Eyre
Electronic beats meet powerful yet silky vocals –

Pandorasdiary

Juxtaposed to the electronic sounds, Pandorasdiary will be presenting their newest addition to their sultry world folk act – a mandolin. Plus, some new weirdness to get everyone involved, and Maya sings some gorgeous new backing vocals 🙂

If you are interested in getting tickets:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/electrofolk-vs-folk-at-the-sawmill-tickets-19725363092

Pianokaraoke with Gilly Spencer- Photography by Adam Batki


At Pianokaraoke by Adam Batki

Just needed to sing praises to 2 great people I know who really gave their gifts to me on my birthday.

I celebrated with Gilly Spencer on the piano- she does a night called pianokaraoke
, where she plays any song you like and you can sing with her.. a lot of amazing singers turn up, and it is really fun. On this particular night we had all sorts of genres from jazz to reggae and ended up on a rather drunken Bohemian Rhapsody 😉

Adam Batki joined us, a photographer who took some amazing photos of the night.

Thank you my dear friends!