Triptych – 3 Nights of New Music at the Hope & Ruin

Love Thy Neighbour have a triple whammy three-night festival of new music at the Hope & Ruin this week, 26th – 28th January.

First up on Thursday night are SOURCE favourites Porridge Radio with their lo-fi riot-girl anarchic sadcore rock. They manage to be tough yet adorable (we interviewed singer Dana recently). They’ll be accompanied by a new band Garden Centre featuring members of King of Cats, Joanna Gruesome, Towel and Keel Her; and the lo-fi buzziness of Jarvis Cocker-appreciated LC Pumpkin.

On Friday 27th, we have a brilliant line-up led by the soulful vocals and sample-infected loops of GAPS, very ably supported by the excellent Dog In The Snow with Helen’s first gig after a year of being part of the Fear of Men touring line-up. Kicking off the bill will be the dreamy electronica of KUB.

Triptych 3 on Saturday night is a collaboration with Nanocluster and features headliners Immersion, who are an electronic music project of Malka Spigel & Colin Newman with added guitars. They will be supported by experimental multidisciplinary artist Eva Bowan and the electro-rhythmic three-piece Merlin Tonto.

Tickets available on the door or from all the usual places. Pre-booking recommended to avoid disappointment.

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Jon Southcoasting

Jon Southcoasting photographs all sorts, including music, writes about things, as often as not musical, and sometimes plays his own songs too. He lives in Brighton.

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