A night of experimental venezuelan folk from Insólito UniVerso and Liberez ‘noise-infected ethnographic détournement, percussive experimentation and warped loop-based composition’
PLUS : Colectivo Futuro DJs will be on hand playing music inspired by both bands on vinyl before and in between their sets.
Insólito UniVerso bring their experimental Venezuelan folk to Brighton for the first time. The band recently released their debut album "La Candela del Río" reaching #22 in The Vinyl Factory's best of 2018 list and described as if "Stereolab and The Heliocentrics vacationed in South America and got really high" by Andrew Jervis of Bandcamp.
‘Their latest effort, All Tense Now Lax, impresses both for the nuances of its industrial abstractions as well as how vigorously it avoids recognisable styles’ The Wire