Brew Records presents:
21st March - Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Nadja is a duo of Aidan Baker and Leah Buckareff from Toronto, Canada creating what has been called "ambient doom" -- music that combines elements of metal, shoegazer, ambient, post-rock , experimental, and neo-classical. They have released numerous albums on such labels as Alien8 Recordings, The End Records, and Conspiracy Records and have toured extensively including appearances at such festivals as Roadburn, FIMAV, and SXSW.
They create ambient-drone-metal, combining ambient electronics and fragmentary vocals with snail-crawl, epic riffs and dirge-like percussion, all tempered with a certain ethereal melodicism such that the listener is enveloped in a swirling, sublimating wall of amorphous, cacophonous sound.
RED STARS PARADE
Awesome Leeds metal band, for fans of Neurosis, Isis, Mastodon. Hot new EP out now on Thirty Days Of Night Records.
"...with just one spin of this stunning debut later, and you'll realise just how redundant words are with a
band like this... it's highly unlikely that any amount of explanation or insight could account for 'Disko's
brink-of-the-abyss onslaught without selling it short." (Kerrang - KKKK)
"You need something heavy yet ethereal, crushing notes lighter than the fetid air. You need long songs
that soothe and shred in equal measure, a singer's voice piercing yet beautiful in its desire to soar
higher and higher... because this is music that is all about capturing one dark moment.
You need Red Stars Parade." (Rock Sound)
"...a highly engaging record... RSP are moody, far from shallow, and affecting if you let them in.
Which, rest assured, is not hard." (Terrorizer)
"With so many epic bands spending too much time
Castrovalva are Anthony Wright (bass/noise manipulation) & Daniel Brader (drums/noise manipulation). The band are based in Leeds and are part of the city’s growing emperimental rock scene alongside The Fucking Tank, Pulled Apart By Horses, These Monsters, Humanfly, Bilge Pump and The Velvet Orchestra to name but a few. They produce harsh improvisational bass-driven progressive rock reminiscent of influences such as Lightning Bolt, Xbxrx, Hella, Arab on radar & Oxes
£6 adv/£7 otd
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