The Brackish with support from Rita Lynch

The Louisiana, Bristol, GB
Saturday, 26 June, 2021
7:30pm
£7Adv
16 plus, under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
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The Louisiana presents: The Brackish with support from Rita Lynch @ The Louisiana Bristol

Psychedelic vanguards and misfit maestros of Bristol's BLOOM music collective, THE BRACKISH are an audacious all-star assembly of guitarists Luke Cawthra (Phantom Limb – The Naim Label) and Neil Smith (This Is The Kit – Rough Trade), drummer Matt Jones (Zun Zun Egui – Bella Union) and Port Erin bassist, Jacob Tyghe. Their debut album, 2014's Big Guys (Lava Thief), righteously filled a kaleidoscopic void in instrumental music and along with 2016's follow up album, Liquid Of Choice (Bad Elephant Music), the band gained an infamous reputation for their awe-inspiring live shows across the European and UK art rock scene, including the La Ferme Électrique and ArcTanGent festivals. With a third album 'Firm but Fair' on Stolen Body Records and a fourth in the can, THE BRACKISH are storming the stage again with a new brew of gracefully strange arrangements and improvised auditory theatre.

At the core of the music are tight arrangements combined with improvisation, featuring interplay between two distinctive guitar voices. Each tune’s clear conception tells a story - changes of mood and rhythm add a compelling narrative to a vital and visceral sound. The broad vocabulary of the music - psychedelic, metal, jazz, kraut … - conjures echoes from Steve Reich to Sabbath, Can and Tortoise.

'It’s an album that is at once joyous and free yet, with a slight time signature change or introduction of a certain guitar affect, can make you feel queasy and uncomfortable. You can never second guess it or assume you know where the songs are heading as its relentless riffing can suddenly morph from Sabbath sludge to Television crispness.' - See more at: http://louderthanwar.com/the-brackish-big-guys-album.../...

 

 

Show starts at 7:30pm.

Line Up

  • The Brackish with support from Rita Lynch