Entry Requirements: 16+ (under 18s must be accompanied by an adult)
It's back to our spiritual home for our next showcase & just in time to celebrate its 30th Birthday. That's right, The Louisiana has seen three decades worth of phenomenal live music grace its stage and we're returning with another incredible live band in order to pay tribute.
Cousin Kula are one of the most exciting prospects on the Bristol scene at the moment, six parts all coming together in energetic glory on the stage.
We're unbelievably excited to release their debut EP "OODLES". You can check out the beginnings of it over at www.cousinkula.com
If you don't believe our hype, believe these:
NME: "Sometimes you can tell from the first listen that there’s a spark behind a band. Cousin Kula provide something dreamy and leftfield"
DIY: "their debut EP in November, the culmination of a very exciting series of early singles from the psych-poppers... a swirling beast"
Line Of Best Fit: "The screwball odyssey sees the mysterious group meddle with the script, welding psych freakouts to slick R&B/pop vocals and veering wildly between lush '60s froth and Warp-esque experiments."
Cousin Kula’s unique Psych-pop sound has built a fervent fanbase in their hometown of Bristol through their energetic live performances. In the past year the band have landed high profile support slots with Dutch Uncles and The Kooks.
Cousin Kula released their debut single ‘Hesitation’ in July, produced by Jim Barr (of Portishead and Get The Blessing) at J&J Studios, the first in a series of singles to be released by the band over the coming year.
'You can tell from the first listen that there’s a spark behind this band' - NME
'Cousin Kula instantly infect your brain - it's only a matter of time before they become national, not just local, favs.' - Line of Best Fit