A Sunday night triple-bill of advanced accessible music. Here’s what to expect:

Hailing from Germany via California and incubated in Bristol, singer and pianist Carolin Seitz formed “seitz” in 2015, a glacial chamber trio bringing you some vast and microcosmic torch hop. Think Lotte Lenya on Pukka tea!

Tom O.C Wilson is an Anglo-American pop composer with an insatiable appetite for musical discovery. His music straddles the line between the classic English pop songwriting tradition (Ray Davies, Andy Partridge, Damon Albarn) and the sophistication of current US acts such as Dirty Projectors and Deerhoof. Yet his musical canvas also draws upon wider influences, from the exuberance of contemporary jazz (Denys Baptiste, John Hollenbeck), to the irresistible rhythmic pull of Sardinian guitarists such as Paolo Angeli and Marino De Rosas. Tonight he is joined by the dynamic and musically sensitive trio of James Ashdown (drums), Steve Haynes (bass) and Steve Troughton (keyboard), to perform songs from his recently released album “Tell A Friend” (Pickled Egg Records).

Northwest are an experimental pop duo based in London, formed by the Spanish born singer and composer Mariuca García-Lomas and producer and multi-instrumentalist Ignacio Simón. Their music explores different genres, from contemporary classical music and avant-garde electronica to experimental pop, psychedelia an trip-hop. They debut single, Reflection, was released to critical acclaim in 2015, followed by Look at Me and Wind (2016), where they explored diverese musical lands that drew comparisons to artists such as Julia Holter, Portishead or Grouper.