Joyous math rock meets seamless prog at The Black Heart in Camden.
£8 on the door
Lost in the Riots
We’ll never get tired of watching these guys rise up in the math rock scene. After a year and a half, the happy riffmongers are back at The Facemelter with new material!
Their quality albums ‘Stranger In The Alps’ and ‘Move On, Make Trails’ were released on Lonely Voyage Records, were widely acclaimed and resulted in an immensely successful European tour.
They’ve now shared the stage with Tricot, Jakob, Toundra, Delta Sleep, Body Hound, Alpha Male Tea Party, Poly-Math, MNHM and many other favourites in the scene.
It’s been great seeing just how accomplished these guys are becoming over the years; come and see them at their best!
“Hardcore infused, instrumental math rock.” – Echoes And Dust
“A wake up call to the post-rock community that a true talent has arrived and are here to stay” – The Sludgelord
A progressive band without boundaries. The UK-based group seamlessly fuses their rock roots with modern and innovative textures shaping their sound into its own unique statement, reflecting the unflinching vision of composer, lead guitarist and vocalist, Luke Machin.
They’ve just released their new album ‘Naturalis’ via Inside Out Music ( Three Trapped Tigers, 65daysofstatic, …And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead), which takes a look into the world of natural events from both the perspective of mankind and of nature, the band are as engrossed in songwriting and story-telling as they are with technical ability.
Covering a host of dynamics, from hard-hitting riffs to delicate melodic passages, this will hit the spot for fans of a huge range of music.
“Achieves seismic shape-shifts with Zen-like clarity.” – Prog
“A dramatic and intense trip” – Louder Than War Magazine
Having released a brilliant, quirky and sonically intense album last year, this duo delight in playing with experimentation, violent riffs and merciless loops.
Born from the need to break the boundaries of the traditional song-forms to see what lies beyond, these two are worth coming and discovering if you haven’t had a chance to catch them around London already.