Pet Deaths Nightones, Pneumatic Tubes, Emma Tricca

The Social, London.

This event is for 18 and over - No refunds will be issued for under 18s.

Ticket type Cost (face value)? Quantity
GENERAL ADMISSION £11.25 (£10.00)

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Pet Deaths' present an early doors (6PM) show with sonic exploration from Pet Deaths, Pneumatic Tubes and Emma Tricca.

Nightones iii is a new instalment of strange, dream-like improvisations from your happy friend’s pet deaths. With a new full length record in the making, pet deaths’ release another piece of ambient work in 'nightones iii'. This new improvisation will be captured live at this show and made available afterwards for your eternal enjoyment.

A free download of nightones iii live will be available for ticket holders shortly after the show and a limited run of prints and physical release will be available to pre-order on the pet deaths store.

Pneumatic Tubes is the solo project of Jesse Chandler (Midlake, Mercury Rev). Using an array of dusty old synths and keyboards, plus woodwinds like flute and clarinet, Chandler creates warm, ambient largely-improvised psychedelia which transmits through tubes like a will o’ the wisp in the magical mountains of Jesse’s hometown, Woodstock, NY

Championed by John Renbourn and Odetta (the mysterious and legendary singer who had turned Bob Dylan onto acoustic music in the late ’50s) at the beginning of her career and subsequently supported by both Jane Weaver and Andy Votel (Finders Keepers) who released her first two records (“Minor White” and “Relic”) songwriter/guitarist Emma Tricca’s unique style has often been compared to a cross between the 60’s Greenwich Village artists, Nico and Patti Smith.

In her latest work Emma teamed up with Jason Victor (The Dream Syndicate) and Steve Shelley (Sonic Youth) forming a band that echoes 70’s folk-rock with a certain psychedelic allure yet again with a completely distinctive sound. She toured extensively with the likes of Jane Weaver, Nick Mason (Saucerful of Secrets band), and Robyn Hitchcock, to mention a few. Her new record, Aspirin Sun, is now out on Bella Union.