Anchorsong Celebrates World Tour Start in London

He recently opened for DJ Krush’s 20th Anniversary Show, but on Thursday 22 March it’s the turn of Anchorsong (the solo project of Masaki Yoshida) to take centre stage as his world tour kicks off at Cargo in London.

The ‘one man wonder’ (Huw Stephens – BBC Radio One) has already been creating a stir with his unique take on electronic music when his debut album Chapters was released in November of last year. His live shows have especially caught the attention of music fans. Armed with an MPC2500 sampler, a keyboard and a string quartet, Anchorsongs creates his music directly in the presence of the audience and refuses to rely on pre-recorded samples or tracks.

Tickets for the show are on sale now from various sources for £9.50 and will be available at a higher fee on the door.

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