DescriptionBev Lee Harling's love of music and cooking combine in the Kitchen Sink Band where chopping boards, cheese graters, colanders and a dog bowl are used along with a musical saw and a 1950's typewriter to create a musical, organic experience. Sometimes dark, sometimes frivolous, always engaging and human spirited, her songs common bond being the luscious, pure vocals that thread their way through the highs and lows of life experience.
Her third single on Wah Wah 45s, "Robots and Angels", roundsof what's been a landmark year from this young lady, with a run of festivals and gigs that ranged from playing to a packed house at The Hootananny in Brixton to supporting new folkers Bellowhead at The Towersey Festival this summer. She's been described as "simply brilliant" by Gilles Peterson on BBC6Music, who also made it his Album of the Week earlier this year. This final single from the much loved debut album, "Barefoot In Your Kitchen", is a pseudo-festive delight complete with Bev's trademark 'instruments' including a drill, zippers and the culinary untensil naturally.
Remixes come courtesy of one of our faourite producers of the moment, Claws For?, who recently worked his magic with Scrimshire's "Alignment" and here again takes us straight to the dance floor with a sturdy disco/house re-boot. Neapolitan producer, and main man behind the excellent Really Swing imprint, Quiroga delivers a quirky, low slung remix that's a bit of a favourite here at Wah Wah Towers.