top of page

Fri, 23 Aug

|

The Brunswick

Xylitol 'Anemones' Album Launch Party

With Special Guests UKAEA (live), Dale Frost (live) and Slav to the Rhythm DJs 7.30pm (Cellar Bar) £5adv/£7otd

Xylitol 'Anemones' Album Launch Party
Xylitol 'Anemones' Album Launch Party

When & Where

23 Aug 2024, 19:30

The Brunswick, 1 Holland Rd, Brighton and Hove, Hove BN3 1JF, UK

More Info

---------------------------------------------------------

🎟️ 🎟️  BUY TICKETS HERE  🎟️ 🎟️ 

---------------------------------------------------------

Xylitol (Planet Mu) live with special guests: UKAEA (live), Dale Frost (live) and Slav to the Rhythm DJs

Xylitol launches her new album ‘Anemones’ for Planet Mu, joining the dots between deep space electronica and vintage jungle and uk garage rhythms.

She’s joined by UKAEA’s apocalyptic rave dynamics and the polyrhythmic pulse of Dale Frost’s hypnotic percussion and electronics.

Xylitol

Xylitol is the alias of Catherine Backhouse, veteran producer and DJ under the name DJ Bunnyhausen. She was a resident DJ at Kosmische, the now dormant Krautrock club and is a fan of jungle and hardcore. Her debut album for Planet Mu 'Anemones' draws out hidden pathways between jungle, uk garage, electro and the cosmic electronica of the 1960s and 70s.

www.xylitol.bandcamp.com

www.planet.mu/artists/xylitol

UKAEA

Post-apocalyptic bangers for rusty futures

www.ukaea.bandcamp.com

Dale Frost

Dale Frost is a drummer and electronic musician focussed on interlocking polyrhythms, displaced jazz beats, and intricate yet playful electronics. Performing solo with drums, a sampler and live looping manipulation, Frost’s music embodies a fusion of rhythmic complexity and experimental electronic rock, underpinned by an ideology of networked beats.

www.musicbyfrost.bandcamp.com

Slav to the Rhythm DJs

Broadcasting weekly on Repeater Radio as well as in the club (or pub) every so often, Slav to the Rhythm highlight the wealth of brilliant music – rarely heard in the UK – from Central and Eastern Europe, primarily the stuff that makes you want to dance. Digging into the pre- and post-Iron Curtain era, expect to hear Balkan trap, Yugoslav New Wave, Polish Electro, Soviet proto-techno and lost disco, post-punk, electronics and pop from the breadth of the Central and Eastern European diaspora.

www.slavtotherhythm.com

7.30pm (Cellar Bar)

£5adv/£7otd

Over 18's

---------------------------------------------------------

🎟️ 🎟️  BUY TICKETS HERE  🎟️ 🎟️ 

---------------------------------------------------------

Share this event

bottom of page