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Live Review: Gazelle Twin launches debut album The Entire City at Electrowerkz

An awesome performance from Gazelle Twin to celebrate the launch of The Entire City: complete with dancing fencers, a hooded drumming duo, keyboardists in chain mail and bespoke artwork by Champagne Valentine. Presented by EKO London.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Gazelle Twin Live at Electrowerkz by Claire Kearns
Gazelle Twin live at Electrowerkz by Claire Kearns.

A peek through closed doors reveals a shrouded figure, thumb but soon rehearsals are complete and we are beckoned inside by two blue robed dancers in fencing masks with blue LED lights wrapped around their fingers. Gazelle Twin, aka Elizabeth Walling, wraps her music in an artistic veil: enhancing and enthralling with glimpses of feelings, ideas, not distracted by mere humanity.

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Album Review: Gazelle Twin – The Entire City

An astonishing debut album from Brighton based musician Elizabeth Walling. The download version came out on 11th July 2011, but you can catch the official launch performance on 1st September at The Islington Metal Works: not to be missed!

Written by Amelia Gregory

Gazelle Twin‘s debut album opens with the threatening bass horns of new single The Entire City, stuff and straight away the mood is set for what is to come. Singer […]

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An interview with musician and artist Elizabeth Walling, aka Gazelle Twin

Gazelle Twin is a Brighton based musician who is making waves with her avante garde approach to music. The new album The Entire City is out soon and there's a very special chance to catch her playing the Soundwaves Festival on Sat 16th July.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Gazelle Twin by Sarah Arnett. I’ve been keeping a firm eye (and ear) on Gazelle Twin since I discovered her enigmatic first single at the tail end of last year. […]