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Hibushibire (Japan) + One Unique Signal + yellow6 tickets

Hare And Hounds in Birmingham

Thursday 3rd May 2018

7:30pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

Kushikatsu Records present Hibushibire, One Unique Signal & yellow6 at Hare & Hounds on Thursday 3rd May.

 

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Hibushibire (Japan) + One Unique Signal + yellow6 on Thursday 3rd May 2018

Hibushibire is old Japanese slang for freak out orgasm which is also the name of their spectacular debut release last year on Riot Season Records.

It’s crushing cosmic riffs and hypnotic rolling rhythms will appeal to fans of Sabbath, Blue Cheer and Acid Mothers Temple - Kawabata Makoto from AMT produced the album and calls Hibushibire the advance party of next generation psychedelic rock band!

One Unique Signal have been carving and refining their particular brand of space-kraut post-drone noise-core since 2002.

Yellow6 is the solo project of British guitarist Jon Attwood. Yellow6 has at times been described as post-rock, minimalist, electronica, ambient.

Music Genres: 

Alternative, Indie, Rock

Entry Prices

Minimum age: 18

Entry price (public): 7.50 Advance / 9 OTD

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