Dead Meadow - Liverpool Tickets | Phase One Liverpool  | Sat 27th October 2018 Lineup

Dead Meadow - Liverpool tickets

Phase One in Liverpool

Saturday 27th October 2018

7:30am til 11:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

American psych lords, Dead Meadow's 20th Anniversary tour lands in Liverpool on 27th Oct. Come celebrate with us!

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Dead Meadow - Liverpool on Saturday 27th October 2018

20th Anniversary Tour

Dead Meadow’s unique marriage of Sabbath riffs, dreamy layers of guitar-fuzz bliss, and singer Jason Simon’s melodic croon have won over psychedelic pop/rock and stoner rock fans alike. Although the band’s members met while attending all-ages shows in and around Washington, D.C.’s punk/indie scene, the trio draws more of its sound from such classic rock legends as Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, and Black Sabbath.

The trio formed in the fall of 1998 out of the ash-esof local indie rock bands the Impossible 5 and Colour, with singer/guitarist Simon, bassist Steve Kille, and drummer Mark Laughlin. The three members set out to fuse their love of early-’70s hard rock and ’60s psychedelia into their distinct sound.

They released their eight song debut album in 1999. This record entitled “Dead Meadow” was recorded live in Jason’s parents basement and released on Fugazi bassist Joe Lally’s Tolotta Records with a joint vinyl release on D.C. indie label Planaria Records. Within a relatively short period, the D.C. trio received offers to tour with everyone from local D.C. acts like The Make-Up and Fugazi to psychedelic rockers Brian Jonestown Massacre.

Music Genres: 

Indie, Psy/GoaTrance, Rock


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