Aphty Khea

Postmodern Trip Hop

The Peacebloom explodes against the night sky and swirling clouds illuminate the aforementioned starship as her form glides down. As it hits the earth, pine trees violently shiver, cracked doors open and a graceful humanoid calmly descends the platform of her ruined ship. 

 Welcome Aphty Khea, starlet and star destroyer all in one.

 Presenting herself as an invented creature rather than an artist in the traditional sense, Khea is a sonic healer and has travelled to us from a parallel galaxy, the offspring of a sonic deity and a chameleon humanoid. Consistently stunning her earthbound audi- ences into blissful meditation with her mesmerising live shows, Khea is fast earning herself a meteoric reputation as a live performer.

 While on a daring quest of self enlightenment, this cosmic character stumbles upon Earth, and as an outsider looking in, attempts to breathe life into a seemingly withering existence, one poisoned by our close in range perspective and destructive view of our taken for granted ‘Host’. 

Hypnotic, intense and beautifully iridescent, these songs of the Khea being will soak
into your mind until you, too, are repeating her mantras.

Ladies' Night in aid of the Helen Bamber Foundation

  • Servant Jazz Quarters 10A Bradbury Street N16 8JN United Kingdom

PROMOTIONAL VIDEO

Acara Presents; Our first London show of 2017!

This one will be a night of live music dedicated to women everywhere who have fought fearlessly, suffered and survived the biggest trials & tribulations, chased their dreams against all odds, served others selflessly, loved unconditionally and expressed themselves wholeheartedly. Women who never gave up, kept their lights on and came out victorious every step of the way.

In the light of this, we are hoping to help raise money for The Helen Bamber Foundation whose work supports refugees and asylum seekers who have experienced extreme human cruelty, such as torture and human trafficking. Ms Helen Bamber OBE founded this charity with the sole purpose to provide care, safety and dignity to those who had nowhere else to turn. Whether they had suffered state sponsored torture, or had been brutalised by criminal gangs, trafficked for labour or sexual exploitation, or had suffered prolonged domestic violence.

 

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