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Anemone + Corridor tickets

Hy Brasil Music Club in Bristol

Wednesday 29th May 2019

7:00pm til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 16

A night of nu-wave dream pop groovy psych and sunshine pop from Anemone and Corridor, two of the most hyped bands coming out of the scene

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Anemone + Corridor on Wednesday 29th May 2019

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Anemone + Corridor

Anemone is the dream/pop, groovy psychedelic rock recording project of Montreal-based multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Chloé Soldevila with boys Miles Dupire-Gagnon, Zach Irving, Gabriel Lambert and Samuel Gemme. With a penchant for melodic classicism, 1960's pop rock, airy psychedelia and inspired by California’s waves through an open van window, Anemone is an effortless voyage with love.

Montreal’s Corridor take familiar elements but assemble and scramble them in a way you may not have heard before. There’s a twin-guitar interplay that recalls the late-’70s mutant new wave of XTC, The dB’s and The Feelies, with a sense of melody that shows a love of ‘60s psychedelia and sunshine pop. Putting a hometown twist on things, Corridor sing entirely en français. Don’t let that put you off though: the creativity and abundance of killer tunes found on their acid-baked 2017 album Supermercado breaks through the language barrier. Corridor are even better live, with a real joie de rock that knows no borders — guitars slash, harmonies soar, bodies a constant blur.

Music Genres: 

Psy/GoaTrance, Rock

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