Parasang is a weekly night of live improvisation led by Iranian sound artist, Pouya Ehsaei (Ariwo / Entr’acte / Zabte Sote) and curated by MANANA Records founder Harry Follett. Each show is a one-off collaboration exploring the diversity of the city’s musical communities through electronic music.
Past guests at Parasang include Ethiopian krar player Temesgen Zeleke, Afro-Cuban percussionists Hammadi Valdes and Oreste Noda, Moroccan lute player Boujemaa Bouboul, Jazz pianist Sarah Tandy, trumpeter Kevin Davy, James Mollison from Ezra Collective, Tim Doyle (Maisha/Cykada), dancehall/reggae drummer Marley Drummond and bassist Andrew Mclean.
Parasang takes place at Redon every Thursday evening. Head over to the events page for line up info and free entry guest list.
Recent visitors to Redon will have marvelled at the stunning new art installations both inside and outside the venue. We invited Ashes57 to create a site-specific design, with our railway arch in the foreground, and the city rising up high behind it. This design is now proudly displayed in our front window, and you can order the Ashes57 x Redon signed screen print here.
The artwork of Ashes57 will be familiar to many music lovers already – her illustrations and graphic design have adorned countless record sleeves, posters and flyers over the years. As the label manager of Teklife Records, Ashes57 is a key figure in the Footwork scene, and much like our namesake Odilon Redon, her artwork is inspired by the music she loves.