Hypnosister

The Library, Friday 2nd March 2018

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The following agents are selling tickets for Hypnosister at The Library on 2018-03-02 Friday 2nd March 2018. Face value tickets are priced at £6.



Hypnosister

https://youtu.be/UKR4E6aMPwA

Following his departure from Allusondrugs, songwriter and guitarist Damian Hughes has launched this new project.

Taking influence from My Bloody Valentine, Cardiacs, and Nirvana, Hypnosister creates "brain melting guitar pop from outer space"

'It's a glorious noise'. - Listen With Monger

Killer alt-rock vibes all-round, as per. - Soundsphere Magazine

'Brain melting space rock project - stand out' - Upset Magazine

The fuzzy pop of Wolf Alice, raw power of Nirvana, and atmospheric shoegaze of My Bloody Valentine. You need this in your life! " - Leeds Music Scene
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Purple Thread

https://youtu.be/_ptErHnsnN0

"Wow the crowd with their fantastic blend of indie rock" - Christian Carlisle, BBC Introducing

"Fuzzed out garage rock. Think a female-fronted Black Keys jamming with Guns n' Roses" - Oxjam

With international and UK radio airplay and exciting live performances prone to the odd mid-song poetry break, they're rapidly forging a name for themselves as one of the most energetic and captivating live bands on the circuit.

Expect grungy, groovy, bluesy, funky rock, but leave all other expectations at the door.
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DENSE

https://soundcloud.com/dense-music/sets/third-eye-ep

'Third Eye EP certainly a crafted masterpiece - Dense are certainly a band that you need to check out.' - Sleaze Magazine

"Their intense music style exhibits an impressive maturity and complexity that would be expected from a more seasoned band - a thunderous wall of sound." - Eclectic Music Lover (US)

"We love the new DENSE record, 'Third Eye'." - BBC Introducing

A Garage Rock outfit who take volume and fuzz to new heights.
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The MallRats

https://youtu.be/zZawh6oqFFs

"These guys are super exciting and from the first time I saw them with their poppy 90's grunge and raging riffs with a real punk edge that sees comparisons to the likes of Nirvana, Sonic Youth to even essences of Wolf Alice too. Confidence keeps growing and so does their frantic live show. Get on it sooner rather than later." Northern Radar
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The Library

229 Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 3AP