Hookworms + Luke Abbott + Sink Ya Teeth - POSTPONED

Sat Oct 13 2018

6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

SWX

15 Nelson St Bristol BS1 2JY

14+ only / U16s with adult

Ages 14+

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Well known (if not infamous) for their frenetic, frantic, and energetic live shows, Hookworms have spent the past few years steadily stepping a sturdy path of reputation.
Uncompromising and instinctively independent they've won an international reputation as one of the best live bands in Britain. 

Their latest release Negative Space is full of positive energy.
With a haze of fuzzed guitars all carried by relentless rhythm, its certified to be a live success.

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Hookworms + Luke Abbott + Sink Ya Teeth - POSTPONED

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  • Hookworms

    Hookworms

    Psychedelic

    Forget everything you know about Hookworms. Ok, maybe not everything; the urgency and viscera both live and on record that led the Yorkshire-based five-piece to prominence across two blistering full-length LPs - 2013’s Pearl Mystic and 2014 follow-up The Hum - remains. However, as they return with their much-anticipated third record Microshift, the title of the record connotates more than just the intended nod to the audio plug-in their vocalist MJ regularly uses; it could also be an understatement of a three-year narrative that’s brought about changing circumstances, influences and subsequent evolution.

    Microshift is a record that largely pulls back the dense fug of guitars and Modern Lovers-esque blasts of organ that have become Hookworms’ hallmark, replaced instead by a plethora of electronics and synthesizers. New variants on their use of motorik sees drummer JN working around drum machines on many of the tracks, while an increased focus on melody is most notable in MJ’s vocal delivery, now shorn of the Space Echo that drenched it previously. “After eight years of being a band we couldn’t just make another psych rock record” says the group’s MB.

DHP Presents

Hookworms + Luke Abbott + Sink Ya Teeth - POSTPONED

Sat Oct 13 2018 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM

SWX Bristol
Hookworms + Luke Abbott + Sink Ya Teeth - POSTPONED
  • Sorry, you missed this event.
  • Check out other similar events on TicketWeb.

14+ only / U16s with adult Ages 14+

**Postponed. New date TBC. Ticket will be valid**

 

Well known (if not infamous) for their frenetic, frantic, and energetic live shows, Hookworms have spent the past few years steadily stepping a sturdy path of reputation.
Uncompromising and instinctively independent they've won an international reputation as one of the best live bands in Britain. 

Their latest release Negative Space is full of positive energy.
With a haze of fuzzed guitars all carried by relentless rhythm, its certified to be a live success.

Hookworms

Hookworms

Psychedelic

Forget everything you know about Hookworms. Ok, maybe not everything; the urgency and viscera both live and on record that led the Yorkshire-based five-piece to prominence across two blistering full-length LPs - 2013’s Pearl Mystic and 2014 follow-up The Hum - remains. However, as they return with their much-anticipated third record Microshift, the title of the record connotates more than just the intended nod to the audio plug-in their vocalist MJ regularly uses; it could also be an understatement of a three-year narrative that’s brought about changing circumstances, influences and subsequent evolution.

Microshift is a record that largely pulls back the dense fug of guitars and Modern Lovers-esque blasts of organ that have become Hookworms’ hallmark, replaced instead by a plethora of electronics and synthesizers. New variants on their use of motorik sees drummer JN working around drum machines on many of the tracks, while an increased focus on melody is most notable in MJ’s vocal delivery, now shorn of the Space Echo that drenched it previously. “After eight years of being a band we couldn’t just make another psych rock record” says the group’s MB.