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Minami Deutsch + Vuelveteloca + Support

Acid Box Promotions are delighted to present two mind blowing bands in one night!

Saturday 17th August
The Hope & Ruin
£9adv / £11otd
https://bit.ly/2XCCGLe / https://bit.ly/2I5GmzZ / https://bit.ly/2KFspuj / Resident Brighton

Minami Deutsch / 南ドイツ - Guruguru Brain
Minami Deutsch was formed by Kyotaro Miula (guitar, vocals, synthesizer) in Tokyo in 2014. Their sound is influenced by both their love for Krautrock legends such as Can and Neu!, and the band members being self-professed "repetition freaks" who heavily listen to minimal techno.

The music proceeds straightforwardly with the Motorik beat (Hammer beat), devised by Klaus Dinger (Kraftwerk, Neu!), as its central axis. Humorous, yet bizarre Japanese lyrics are whispered over a hard, cold beat that is maniacally repeated, creating a pleasant ambience of electronic pulses drifting in space. Sharp guitar tones reminiscent of Michael Karoli (Can) occasionally explode into fuzz distortion, on the verge of collapse.

Vuelveteloca - Fuzz Club / BYM Records
Vuelveteloca is a Chilean rock band formed in Santiago, Chile, in 2006. Since the beginning they were recognised for their explosive live shows, their wall of guitars and the intense rhythm of their songs. It’s rock and roll with psychedelic, stoner and space rock vibes.

In their 10 years career, many musicians have participated and played in the band, always led by the creative pair of former members Tomás Olivos and Marcos De Iruarrizaga.
They were invited to play at the Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia and Monkey Week Festival in 2015, besides gigs in London, Madrid and Barcelona, where they received great reviews.

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