Pygmy Telyte at the source collective on Sunday 24th March 2019
So prolific was Frank Zappa that it is nearly impossible to present a representative sample of his work in just one concert. Nevertheless, Pygmy Twylyte present you with an unmissable evening of Zappa ‘classics’, if indeed such things exist. Zappa’s 70’s and 80’s work is the main showcase, with occasional forays into 60’s material. Expect “well known” tunes such as “Cosmik Debris”, “Stinkfoot” and “Outside Now”, interspersed with instrumentals like “Black Napkins” and “Zoot Allures”. This seven-strong band will surely bring something to suit everyone’s tastes (and maybe even a little of Zappa’s trademark wit on the side…) ARF.
Formed in Cumbria in 2013 //We/Are/Quasars// make their own brand of melodic indie tinged with elements of alt New-Wave/post-punk. Currently preparing for their second album they brandish a fiercer and edgier sound and have been compared to bands such as Sleater-Kinney, Savages and early U2 on occasion.
WeAreQuasars have gained a reputation on their local scene as well as performing in venues from Edinburgh to London (including a recent headline show at The Brickyard) along with a few festivals along the way. Achievements to date include recording a session for BBC Introducing (Cumbria), sharing the stage with bands such as Feeder and The Pigeon Detectives, self-releasing two EPs and an album to great reviews as well as receiving international airplay. They were also included on 'Louder than War's Ones to Watch' list.
£10 on the door
Music Genres: World Music
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