We are delighted to not only announce that this show has sold out (don't say we didn't warn you!), but also that we have added Solid Gold Hell, Womb and Sulfate to the mix — and it's going to be one spicy night!
PHOTO CREDIT: Simon Cummins
Solid Gold Hell's music offers up one powerful revelation after another. Their live shows are a mixture of skewed musical precision and pure pathos - for every moment of sheer rocking exhilaration.
PHOTO CREDIT: Ted Black
Moving between spaces from shoegaze to dream pop, Womb's ethereal, genre-transcending sound is a vortex of divergent influences enchanted by a supernatural sibling synergy — felt in the screams of melancholia, swells of tenderly caressed guitar, delay-drenched synthscapes, and off-kilter percussion.
PHOTO CREDIT: Courtney Rodgers
From the inception of Sulfate the ethos has always been to create intensity through restraint, and they developed a live reputation for “startling, sonorous… crushing yet considered” performances (AmbientLightBlog). Sonically, things develop slowly, creating an atmosphere and mood that “invades the subconscious” (Graham Reid) before the crushing noise sets in.
For those lucky folks that managed to snag a ticket, we'll see you there!