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Shepton Digi Arts 2013 Announcement.

Live Music @ SheptonDigiFest

Adamski, Saturday 10th, from 9.30pm

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Adamski, best known for his international No.1 smash ‘Killer’ featuring Seal, is now launching his innovative new electronic music project – Neo-Waltz.. Neo-Waltz is Adamski’s 21st century update of the style of music known as the waltz.

Originally thought of as an indecent dance in 18th century England, Waltzing originally became popular in Vienna in the 1780s and quickly spread throughout Europe as the most popular form of dance.  Waltzing is a twirling dance in ¾ time performed in close proximity by couples.

Bored of see-ing clubbers dancing alone all these years, Adamski has put a modern twist on the dance in a bid to get people dancing together. The waltz was not initially a formal dance with strict ballroom steps It usually involved grabbing the nearest desirable human being and whisking them around with reckless abandon.

Adamski will be bringing his Neo-Waltz concept to The Shepton Mallet Digital Arts Centre with a DJ set in 3/4 waltz time on Saturday 10th November, following our awards ceremony.




Cate Ferris, 9th, 9.30pm to 10.15pm

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Whimsical, folk tinged, blues-strewn songs-of-praise in a 21st Century soundscape, rising star Cate Ferris is appearing at Shepton Digi Fest on Thursday 8th @ 9.30pm and with Battle of The Eyes 8pm to 9pm.



Phoria  Friday 9th from 10.15pm - 11.00pm

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Phoria are a unique 5-piece band from Brighton, with influences ranging from Radiohead and Elbow, to Sigur Ros and Cinematic Orchestra they have recently shared the stage with Little Dragon, Anchorsong and Hidden Orchestra.