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Imogen Heap brings beautiful sounds, melodies and stories to Queen Elizabeth Theatre audience / Live in Limbo

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Imogen Heap is the embodiment of intersectionality. In her, we see the meeting and melding of musical genres, the twisting and taming of technology, the capture of creativity and commerce.

With no opening act, Heap and her band played two long sets at the first of two shows at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. The band itself was made up of 5 talented musicians, including her former Frou Frou partner, Guy Sigsworth. They gave us beautiful sounds, melodies and stories, all offering a peek into the mind of this fine, avant-garde British artist. Heap's music is atmospheric and cerebral. There were clues at the onset, the tour name is a big one: Mycelia World Tour. Mycelia are what make up the network of lacy fungi that live beneath the ground connecting and giving support to trees and other plants. Remember that. It will be important later.    Photos by Katrina Lat

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