Charles Dexter Ward and The Imagineers present: PsychZealand

Friday 07 April 2017 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
£5 advance / £4 concession / £7 on the door / £6 concession on the door

Charles Dexter Ward and The Imagineers present: PsychZealand

Full line-up: Charles Dexter Ward & The Imagineers (COV) + Moses (NZ) + The Eversons (NZ) + Hellier (NZ)

Charles Dexter Ward & The Imagineers are on a phantasmagorical adventure through time and riffs, riding waves of psychedelic fuzz, being shot to the ground with lightning rock n roll licks and then swallowed up by the thunderous primal sounds of drums and bass, all the while following the distorted screams that tell the tales of Love, Death and Time Travel! Lost Imagineers and broken time machines have yet to thwart Charles Dexter Ward and The Imagineers sailing the high seas of time with only a broken pocket watch for direction. And finally they are here, now. Broken, bruised and armed with their brand new album Love, Death & Time Travel.

Charles Dexter Ward & The Imagineers have been likened to the bastard sons of Captain Beefheart wrestling with Led Zepplin. With huge riffs and razor sharp hooks, this is rock music as it should be played loud, raw and live.

Moses are a 6-piece band from Wellington, New Zealand, offering up a unique brand of Ambient-Psychedelia. Formed in late 2014, releasing a string of singles and their acclaimed debut EP in 2015, before signing with Half A Cow Records in Australia – 2016 has seen a second successful EP, a debut album release and national tour. Having featured on blogs all over the world, MOSES will be releasing a second album in early 2017.

The Eversons are four cool New Zealand dudes living in London. Since 2010 they’ve been living together, making DIY records at their flat, and touring the world. Their sound is eclectic and their new record ‘Stuck in New Zealand’ is full of in-your-face psychedelic indie rock influenced by the likes of The Modern Lovers, Pulp, and Blur.

“CLever might be the key word to their sound, because they often sound like a bunch of college students too smart for their own good, and frankly, it’s addictive. There isn’t enough music like this that is as blatantly honest and self-effacing as it is skilled.” Spindle Magazine

Hellier are an alternative post-rock band with shoegaze and sludge influences from Wellington.

Hellier – Oskar Says from Teyler Hayes on Vimeo.

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