Anna Coogan is returning to TAPE this month with a new project and special guests for a one-off performance.

The prolific US indie songstress is following up her visit to the Old Colwyn venue last October – when she showcased her fuzzy, electric wah-wah operatic rock of her new album, The Lonely Cry Of Space & Time – with a brilliant new soundtrack for the 1932 avant garde Jean Cocteau film, The Blood of a Poet, performed live.

Experimental, noisy country musician Johnny Dowd – who, like Coogan, hails from Ithaca in the state of New York – and who has recently been awarded Uncut’s Americana album of the month for his new release Twinkle Twinkle and cult Dutch singer Melle de Boer, are appearing as part of their Going Down the Road Feeling Bad joint European tour and will be providing interval entertainment.

Join Coogan, Dowd and de Boer at TAPE on Tuesday, January 30 at 6.30pm.

Tickets are £8.78 and are available from the venue or by visiting