The Cosmic Dead // Luminous Bodies // Wenonoah // Sugar Horse - 26th May 2017 / 19:00 @ The Jam Jar Bristol

Snuff Lane loudly presents:

The Cosmic Dead (SCT)
w/ Luminous Bodies // Wenonoah // Sugar Horse

The Jam Jar Bristol
Friday 26th May
Doors: 19:00 (TBC)
Tickets: £12.00 Adv. via Bristol Ticket Shop and Music Glue. // £15.00 OTD

A lucid awakening of the body and mine.
(Seriously heavy, psychedelic mind-melts with moments of erratic chaos and sheer beauty. Ow, and Sugar Horse)

Formed in 2010, The Cosmic Dead are a quartet from Glasgow, Scotland who share their music through good vibes and better vibrations. Known for their improv, chaos strewn, Buckfast smashed against the wall take on space music, they have roamed from Roadburn to Las Vegas, Dundee to Bangalore with each album offering a meditative window into a certain time and space.

'Psych Is Dead' is the sixth full-length album from the band, the glowing embers of few days spent recording in a sweaty Sardinian kitchen overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Soon to be available on LP and CD via Riot Season Records, 'Psych Is Dead' is an aural exploration of their tumultuous universe.

'Psych Is Dead' - The sixth full length album from The Cosmic Dead, the glowing embers of a few days spent recording in a sweaty Sardinian kitchen overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Available in late April on LP and CD via Riot Season Records, 'Psych Is Dead' is an aural exploration of their tumultuous universe.

More info : http://riotseason.com/news
ALBUM TEASER : https://youtu.be/Ktv6-EeYQNg

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Luminous Bodies
Double drummer psychedelic stupor-group, comprised of members from Terminal Cheesecake, Part Chimp, Gum Takes Tooth, Psychic Pussies and Apes Fight Back.

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Wenonoah
Howling Owl Records recruit – who is totally unique; raw honesty channeled into pop, both from the chamber and the field.

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Sugar Horse
A decidedly average band. Layering slabs of riff and washes of harmonics. “a tight-sounding outfit” – Bristol24/7