BOOM! BANG! Bring the noize.
If at some point in your life you’ve not had your ears shot to fuck by blistering spacerock courtesy of Spacemen 3, Friday is the time to do some serious catching up.
One half of that duo – Pete Kember – better known to those who’s ears have been blown as Sonic Boom, half of that aforementioned legendary cosmos expanders, is taking to Liverpool’s Static Gallery as Spectrum.
Presented by Dead Young Records Spectrum are playing one of just two spectaculars in February, and promise an uber psych-melter like no other.
The show will feature material from their latest record Indian Giver and some tantalising tracks from their new LP due for release early this April, as well as many other unforgettable Spectrum tracks.
Support comes from Dead Young’s very own The Lucid Dream who will be unleashing their eclectic psych pop/space rock sounds on the expectant crowd.
And as it says on the press release: ‘Don’t miss the opportunity to catch a truly historic artist at work‘
Doors open at 7.30pm and tickets cost ÃÂ£10 from Probe Records.
Spectrum: Transparent Radiation (live in Washington DC, USA, 1997)
Meanwhile if drone-pop aint your bag, then head down the Barfly instead as a new night of entertainment is launched with The Bang On Show.
Promising ‘an evening of banter, live music, special guest celebrity interviews, comedy, fun and games, competitions, prize giveaways and so much more.‘ Really what more could you want.
Oh, you want a live interview and acoustic performance from J Soul and an exclusive debut DJ Set from Jay Organ – well that’s happening too. BANG ON!
Entry is ÃÂ£3 entry with flyer/ ÃÂ£5 without. Over 14s only. 7pm-10.30pm