2014
Past Events

Past Event

Brighton Dome in association with Resident presents

SPECTRUM

Speak Galactic, Blue Spectre, Spacenoid and Abraham Moughrabi

October’s Spectrum welcomes four Brighton acts offering distinct variations in their approaches to the cosmic and the psychedelic.

SPEAK GALACTIC deliver colourful explosions of noise, their music clinging to familiar tropes of melody and notions of pop, whilst whisking the listener off to truly kaleidoscopic sound worlds. An explore of their soundcloud page is like taking your ears on a holiday to space, their ambition, scope and playfulness encapsulated in the epic New Inventions. Listen here

Their stargazing trip will follow hot on the heels of BLUE SPECTRE’s noirish surf-psyche, coming on like the soundtrack of Endless Summer - if it was directed by David Lynch. Come and join their cosmic dance party! Find out more about BLUE SPECTRE 

Take the studio trickery and electronic experimentations of artists such as Four Tet and Flying Lotus and merge it with the dynamics of a live band and you have SPACENOID. The three-piece project from Brighton use the sample-based approach of modern DJ/ electro culture and then morph it into an exciting, visceral live experience. Listen to Specenoid 

Born in Lebanon, and traversing musical cultures on his way through classical, the 90s club scene and dub reggae to his own transmissions, ABRAHAM MOUGHRABI treads the ground of the polymath. Fortunately, his stopover at the helm of samplers, synthesizers and sequencers has yielded some entrancing electronica, rich in detail and the hallmarks of the road less-travelled. Head to his website to get a flavour.

Brighton Dome project SPECTRUM cultivates and supports the vibrant music scene of Brighton & Hove in partnership with Resident. Our city is brimming with musical talent of all genres and what better way to celebrate that than in our Studio Theatre, offering the perfect platform for acts to be seen and heard.

Year
2014
When
Fri 31 Oct, 7.30pm
Tickets
£4

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