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Kaleidoscope #13: The Good Water, Sam Hollis, Ead Wood FREE


Kaleidoscope returns for the thirteenth time, and we're celebrating reaching our teens with a colossal line-up. As usual, it's FREE ENTRY, and we have mind-blowing live music and art, Kaleidoscope DJs spinning vinyl grooves 'til late, and a plethora of trippy visuals for your visual and sonic pleasure.

*** LIVE MUSIC ***

// The Good Water //

The Good Water unleash waves of gritty rhythm & blues. Their unique psychedelic soaked style of contemporary rock 'n' roll is truly infectious. Their fuzz fuelled guitar riffs, smooth vintage organs and hypnotic drum beats, lay the foundations for their own unique style of psychedelic, indie, pop. We're delighted to welcome them to their first Kaleidoscope. Watch the video to single 'Tell Me What To Do', which recently won the BMA for Best Music Video here:

// Sam Hollis //

Sam Hollis, backed up by his band featuring members of Sorry Grace, will be bringing his unique brand of lo-fi psychedelic rock smattered with hip-hop and jazz influences to The Night Owl for the first time. His album 'If Ever, Could You Imagine?' just won the BMA for Best Album, and you can check it out here:

// Ead Wood //

Bristol's Ead Wood started life as a solo project, developing into a four-piece band last year. Sharing members of Kaleidoscope favourites GORK, we're delighted to welcome them to The Night Owl fresh from an appearance at Glastonbury Festival. "Defiantly original, Ead Wood's songwriting recalls everyone from Mac DeMarco to Beach Fossils, while retaining that UK sensibility." - Clash Magazine. Check out latest EP 'Beige Dreams' here:

*** ART ***

// Old Bort Designs //

// Alisha Hutchinson //

// Anj Patel //

*** DJs ***

Kaleidoscope's resident DJs will be spinning the cosmic grooves until the early hours.

See you in the Kaleidoscope.

Tuesday 4 3.00PMJune2019-06-04T15:00:00Z2019-06-04T16:50:00Z

Rock & Pop

The Night Owl

17-18 Lower Trinity Street

B9 4AG Birmingham GB

07530 365933

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