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Wednesday 23rd May 2018

Radar Men From The Moon

— The Lanes
A night of kraut-infused space rock, experimental rising soundscapes, and electronic exploration at The Lanes, Bristol.
time:20:00pm
price: Headfirst Tickets

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Wizzarding Promotions proudly presents to the denizens of Bristol, Avalon, and beyond:

A night of kraut-infused space rock, experimental rising soundscapes, and electronic exploration at The Lanes, Bristol.

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Radar Men from the Moon [Eindhoven, NL]

https://radarmenfromthemoon.bandcamp.com/

Eindhoven based RMFTM are an instrumental rock band consisting of Glenn Peeters, Jan-Titus Verkuijlen, Tony Lathouwers and Bram van Zuijlen. Their approach on the psychedelic rock scene is rather broad. By taking different genres in to account such as; shoegaze, neo-psych, kraut, space and noise rock, they take off in an interstellar exploration of new sounds.

Having headlined the likes of Roadburn Festival and with no clear end in sight, RMFTM are certainly NL's exciting answer to GNOD.

FFO: electro-driven krautrock; experimental danceable noise; space.

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Stereocilia [Bristol]

http://stereocilia.bandcamp.com/

Stereocilia is Bristol based guitarist and composer, John Scott. John uses his guitar and live looping techniques to create dense, rich layers of sound.

Over the past 10 years John has performed around the UK & Europe with various projects. He has also presented work for live radio broadcasts, and soundtracks to short films.

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Sat Nav [Bristol]

https://satnav.bandcamp.com

Sat Nav are Bristol-based electronic improvisers Chris Menes and Nick Janaway, combining analog electronics with homemade software (MaxMSP).

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Advance tickets will be available through Headfirst Bristol at 1pm on Wednesday, the 28th of March until 5pm on the 23rd of May.

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Contact: ogre@wizzarding.com

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SALTINGS Vs Stereocilia Live At The Exchange 06.01.18 - SALTINGS
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