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Dirty Sound Magnet + Some Kinda Salvation + Suns of Rest

Friday October 5
6:30 am - 10:30 pm
14+
Catch 22 Promotions Presents: Dirty Sound Magnet + Some Kinda Salvation + The Institutes. An amazing night of psychedelic rock!
Dirty Sound Magnet is a Mystic Rock power trio that will blow your mind away with its unique multi-faceted compositions and virtuosity.
From catchy rock’n’roll high-energy rock songs to shamanic psychedelia, a Dirty Sound Magnet show represents an amazing experience for any music lover. At any time, an outburst of raw electrifying energy can transform into emotionally overwhelming and mysterious landscapes made of complex colourful layers. The eye sees three musicians while the ear hears an orchestra. And every night the music is different…
In April 2017, the song Homo Economicus won the award in the category best Swiss rock song 2017 and got radio airplay in several countries. Ever since, the band has embarked on a never ending tour around Europe filling up venues and festivals. The album Western Lies was released on May 12 earning prize from both critics and audiences.
The album denounces our capitalist society sarcastically and metaphorically. The atmosphere is dark, disturbing and full of mysticism. Hints of film music, inspired and powerful rock songs, electronic loops, unique guitar solos and dreamy melodies will take the audience on an unexpected spiritual journey.
Some Kinda Salvation formed in 2016 and released their self titled debut album in 2018. The band have been described as “A tempestuous mix of deep, dark and dirty psycho-blues” from the hard edged Rhythm & Blues of ‘Looking For You’ and ‘Nothin’ Ain’t Right’ to the more spacey grooves of ‘Something of the Night’ or the slightly menacing ‘Smoking Buddha’ with its wasted elegance. A dark humour runs through the veins of these songs, fermented in a mash of blues, twisted country, jaded soul and vicious old style rhythm and blues.
Suns of Rest are a Coventry based Indie/Shoegaze band that started playing together in early 2012. From then on they’ve gone on to support the likes of Space, Mark Morriss (Bluetones) and Mogwai, as well as playing up and down the country. In May this year they released their debut single ‘Go Away’ which received an amazing response and they are now working on releasing their first album.