Published on November 9th, 2006 | by JJ Crash


November Antifolk Rule of Four

The next Rule of Four takes place from 7:30pm on Tuesday November 14th at the Water Poet, 9 – 11 Folgate Street, E1 and features (from first on to last): The Anthony Anderson Project, Poppy, Ben Anstis, L’il Lost Lou (Lou
Psyche), Joe Buzfuz (solo) and a headline set from Paul Hawkins & The Random Thought Paradox.

The Anthony Anderson Project – Long-term Death in Vegas collaborator Ian Button unveils solo tales of suburbia.

Poppy – New antifolk talent from Bristol with quirky, funny and edgy songs delivered with a velvet voice.

Ben Anstis – Catchy rhythmic soul-influenced singer-songwriter

L’il Lost Lou – Rare solo show from uk alt-country cowgirl and down by love
poet formerly known as Lou Psyche.

Joe Buzfuz – Solo set from Sergeant Buzfuz mainman, one of London’s most
accomplished, original and under-rated songwriters.

And a headline set from:

Paul Hawkins & The Random Thought Paradox – This year has seen Paul make the move from solo antifolk troubadour to screaming serenading showman with Thee Awkward Silences. Tonight he unveils his new electropop project.

It will be one hell of a show and a nice warm up for the weekend’s Autumn Antifolk Festival at the 12 Bar.

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JJ Crash is a the Godfather of British Antifolk. Having spent years both in London and New York, he is well acquainted with the scene on both sides of the pond. JJ is a singer songwriter but more recently is known for his guitar work in Lucy's Diary.

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