Triptych is a series of events & releases brought to you by Love Thy Neighbour on 16-18th January at The Hope & Ruin.
Tickets £6 per night, or £12 weekend ticket. Get tickets with no booking fee from http://lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk or from:
Resident (01273 606312), Seetickets or Dice.
Triptych consists of three nights, each featuring three of our favourite bands and each accompanied by a lathe-cut vinyl release, one for each night, limited to 15 copies each.
Praised highly by the likes of BBC Radio 1’s Huw Stephens and BBC 6’s Lauren Laverne, plus championed by The Line of Best Fit, Stereogum, Q Magazine and more, Hilang Child crafts expansive atmospheres with acoustic and electronic elements in his harmony-rich, multi-layered songs.
Hilang Child is a half-Welsh, half-Indonesian singer, songwriter and soundscapist, raised in South London but now residing in Brighton.
Using cello, vocals, orchestral arrangements, choral ensembles, location samples, synths and piano Abi Wade explores human nature through real and abstracted personas on her debut album ‘Beautifully Astray’ released in April on Love Thy Neighbour. Abi wrote most of the tracks on the album on cello initially in various locations of her old hometown of Brighton, from the living room of her seafront apartment to the dark belly of Sticky Mike’s Frog Bar. “The cello is so versatile, and I love to explore those many characteristics using various techniques both traditional and unique, it’s such an emotive instrument and has a very human tone.
A formidable live band, Cubzoa’s original melodic, dreamy yet beautifully aggressive alt pop (basically John Lennon solo crossed with Bleach era-Nirvana on steroids plus a little Pavement and some trippy Dinosaur Jnr thrown in for good measure) will slap you in the face from the word go.
Triptych 2: Zooni / Hanya/ CIEL
Triptych 3: Beach Riot / Happy Couple/ Our Family Dog
Artwork by: Billy Mather Illustration
Brighton BN1 3WA