Wiper and True Presents: Stevie Toddler, with Cori Nora

Come, soak up the vibes, and enjoy Beautiful Beer and live music from Bristol based bassist, singer and songwriter, Stevie Toddler. Support comes from singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer, Cori Nora.

Stevie Toddler:

Maintaining an alt-pop sensibility, Stevie's material blends influences from the various musical worlds she's occupied. Having learnt classical double bass from age seven, and playing in orchestras as a child, it was in her teens that Stevie seriously felt music as a calling – when she picked up a bass guitar and got into Radiohead and Pixies (not least Kim Deal’s bass playing and nonchalant vocal style on the ‘Doolittle’ album). It was also around this time that she began studying jazz and attended the royal academy of music's junior jazz programme.

Cori Nora:

Singer, multi-instrumentalist and producer Cori Nora experiments with voice, keys, guitars, language and field recordings. In her sonic laboratory she fuses improvisations with textures and melodic fragments into full-bodied songs. Wrapped up in this hand-knitted blanket of analog sound Cori Nora sings about intimacy in the age of digital hyper connection, the desire for shortcuts and analogies between two horses and the pitfalls of touchscreen communication.

Date & Time

Friday 14th June, 8pm

Ticket Information

Tickets are £7, which includes a free beer.

Venue Accessibility

Accessibility at The Taproom, Old Market

→ Level access throughout the building (including into the brewery for tours)

→ Dropped height bar for wheelchair users

→ Accessible toilet

→ Two accessible car parking spots

→ Low height tables & moveable seating reserved for wheelchair users 

→ Large print drinks menu available

→ Some venue signage is printed in braille

→ Our bar staff are all trained to look out for anyone who may face communication challenges, and we'll always do our absolute best to ensure that everyone can comfortably order a drink in a way that suits them, and then enjoy our venue.

Getting Here

Event address: The Taproom, Unit 11, City Business Park, Easton Road, Bristol, BS5 0SP.

Finding the Taproom: Enter the industrial estate via the Easton Road entrance opposite LA Gym. Ignore the first left-hand turn, and keep walking down the straight main road. Take the next left-hand turn; the taproom will be on your left.

For detailed travel instructions for arriving by Bike, Bus, Car, and Foot, click here