American singer and guitarist Emma Ruth Rundle uses minor chords to draw the outlines of a world in black and white. Her latest album, Marked for Death, is a journey into her own problems and regrets, between hypnotic post-rock, fragile shoegazing and tortured folk. Her raw yet powerful voice communicates her emotions with breathtaking honesty. Supported by subtle, sparing violin, her guitar flourishes in an unstable climate, giving the impression it could crash at any moment. Emma Ruth Rundle wrote an instrumental piece, Electric Guitar One in 2011. One minute her music is delicate and incandescent, then her guitar transforms even the calmest ballads into real epics, like on “Protection” and “Heaven”. It promises to be an emotional night.