Gig of the Week: Found at The Caves


The clashing of arguably the most unpredictable and experimental musicians and the most dour introspective lyricist in Scotland drenched in whiskey. Thursday night at Edinburgh”s under-used but spectacular The Caves comes FOUND and Aidan Moffat”s latest collaboration. We don”t know what they have in store for you this time but judging by their previous collaboration with #UNRAVEL expectations should be high. The exhibition showed off both parties’ strengths where FOUND”s wizardry was allowed to change the perception of Aidan Moffat”s tales beyond emotional recognition based

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on choices made by the user. As for the live performance at the Queen’s Hall last August, the choice to display twitter feeds on screen felt slightly gimmicky and the inability to experience the different versions of each track to truly see what how FOUND can shape the tone was a drawback. However, the music alone was enough to leave all concerned satisfied that they’d witnessed something special and whatever they”ve cooked up this time I”d highly recommend catching what is potentially a one off. It’s non-ticketed and free entry with doors at 8pm. Check out below to see what happened last time these two met.


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