Triptych is a new event brought to you by Love Thy Neighbour on 26-28th January at The Hope & Ruin, Brighton. Triptych consists of three nights each featuring three of our favourite Brighton-based bands and each accompanied by a lathe-cut vinyl release, one for each night, limited to a mere 11 copies each or 33 across all three releases. Triptych is proudly part of Independent Venue Week at The Hope & Ruin.
PORRIDGE RADIO - excellent emotional lofi-pop whose debut LP 'Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers' came out in the summer. "Porridge Radio has been crafting emotional psychedelic lofi vomit music for a few years... Hypnotic and raw, there is an element of honesty and pathos present in her music that serves a foolproof antidote to the real world. She sings, she shouts, she breaks the internal microphone on her laptop. What more could you want? A demented homage to Neil Young? A beautiful song about periods? You got it." - Memorials of Distinction https://porridgeradio.bandcamp.com/
GARDEN CENTRE - Garden Centre like to think about garden centres. Formed by members of King of Cats, Joanna Gruesome, Towel and Keel her, they make relatively erratic pop music. Some of that music is based on the experiences and memories of a group of people who used to hang out in an abandoned plant nursery. Garden Centre do not view the lives of these people in an objective or fair way. https://gardencentre.bandcamp.com/
LC PUMPKIN - lofi fuzz banjo solo musical attempts with a love for Thee Oh Sees. 'I don't know what the listeners thought of it, but I thought it was fine and the fact you couldn't hear the lyrics, even though I am a big fan of lyrics, I thought it kind of added to the sense of it and it was good' Jarvis Cocker http://www.lcpumpkin.co.uk/
Tickets are available from Resident Music and Seetickets, priced at £4 per night. Very limited Weekend tickets will be also available at Resident Music, priced at £8 each.