An Interview with Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-spel at Wave Gotik Treffen 2017

At this year’s Wave Gotik Treffen in Leipzig, the world’s largest festival for Gothic Music and Culture, we perched in one of the cities many parks—and discussed the musical collaboration between Amanda Palmer—and her musical hero and friend Edward Ka-spel of The Legendary Pink Dots.

Order ‘I Can Spin A Rainbow’

The pair recently released the fantastic surreal dreamscape LP I Can Spin A Rainbow, which can be considered some of the best material from both artists illustrious and prolific careers. The music could be described as lullabies from another dimension—something you could imagine Jeanet and Caro including in soundscapes of the film City of Lost Children.

Speaking of film—there are two glorious videos from the LP, that we urge you to watch if you have not done so yet.

Beyond the Beach

The Clock at the Back of the Cage

A special livestream…

On Tuesday, June 13th, at 8:30 pm GMT and 9:30pm CEST, watch a Livestream of Amanda Palmer and Edward Ka-spel (along with longtime Legendary Pink Dots contributor Patrick Q. Wright) performing the music from their LP I Can Spin A Rainbow in London at infamous Heaven Nightclub.

Watch the Livestream at AmandaPalmer.net

This livestream was made possible by Amanda Palmer’s Patreon, which you can support by visiting her Official Patreon Page.

Post-Punk.com has an official Patreon as well—if you would live to support us in making more interviews like the one above.

 

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