5-piece Pink Floyd Tribute Band.
Fronted by main songwriter Danny Sorrell, ‘The Paradox Twin’ are a progressive rock quartet who released their debut album, The Importance of Mr Bedlam, in 2018 and is influenced and inspired by conspiracy theories and the idea that humans on Earth are being controlled by extra-terrestrial beings…
Further acclaim for the band has been received in recent months as they have previously been nominated in the Limelight Category at the Prog Awards.
Not afraid of taking songwriting and musical experimentation to a whole new level by pushing the boundaries. Creating fresh, new and exciting music .2020 was a great year for the band signing to White Star Records, releasing the critically acclaimed album ‘Celexa Dreams’ and the ‘Four of Fear’ EP. Finding new ways to perform to their fans during a global pandemic with the creation of the Isolation Sessions live gigs, these were released as a live album on the 26th March 2021 entitled ‘Celexa Streams’.
With tenacious support from her new label Esoteric Antenna, a member of the esteemed Cherry Red Group, singer,
songwriter and multi-instrumentalist ROSALIE CUNNINGHAM has embarked on the latest and most artistically fulfilling chapter of a music career that has already witnessed more than its fair share of achievements.
Released in July 2019 to immediate widespread acclaim, Cunningham’s eponymous début album was the result of an extended period of reflection following the break-up of her band Purson, and contains her most compelling and daring songwriting to date. Her brand new five-piece live outfit – featuring guitarist
Rosco Levee, keyboard player Lee Spreadbury, bassist Alpha Michelle and drummer Raphael Mura – came storming out of the starting gate
last summer with a live session on BBC 6 Music and an extraordinarily well-received tour of the UK, offering what reviewer Mike Ainscoe described as a “wholly immersive experience”.
“Modern psychedelic rock of the highest, brightest
and most colourful order. With a great new album in
the bag and a touring band who can help her do it justice,
Rosalie Cunningham’s star is once again rising.”
Michael Anthony, ROCKTOPIA
The Fleece, Bristol; August 1st 2019
This is a rescheduled show from 2020 and 21st April 2021. Tickets already purchased for any of the previous dates are valid for this one.
One of the most influential bands to emerge from the UK’s festival scene, Ozric Tentacles formed during the solstice at Stonehenge Free Festival 1983 going on to become psychedelic staples at Glastonbury and other festivals. The creative vision of multi-instrumentalist Ed Wynne, the Ozrics’ uniquely trippy soundscapes connect fans of progressive rock, psychedelia and dance music
October 2020 sees the release of a brand new Ozric Tentacles album, Space For Earth. Written, programmed, recorded and produced throughout 2019/20 by Ed Wynne in ‘Blue Bubble Studios’ by the sea, this exploratory and diverse musical adventure comprises seven new tracks spanning 45 minutes. Inspired by the Scottish hills, valleys and beaches surrounding his studio, Wynne feels that lockdown in a strange kind of way has provided space for the Earth to breathe for a while and for people to rediscover its resonant healing frequency. ‘This is space music for people from the Earth to enjoy’.
Kscope are currently also releasing classic albums from Ozric Tentacles all remastered by Ed Wynne and re-issued on heavyweight coloured vinyl.
Lazuli: The fantastic tour + supports TBC
French sensations Lazuli are returning to England in March 2022. Since the band’s inception in 1998, Lazuli’s international audience has grown immeasurably. Their music is a melting pot of prog, folk, electronica and tribal rock. They sound like no-one else but even the hardest rockers find themselves dancing to their intriguing sound. All previously purchased tickets are valid for this rescheduled show.