Third Outing are pleased to announce the first in a three part series of releases/events called Triptych by Love Thy Neighbour Records, exclusively for Independent Venue Week, running 26-28th January. It's simple; for each release there's one gig. Here's the premiere including songs from the wicked Porridge Radio, Garden Centre and LC Pumpkin.
First up on the mega-mix is Porridge Radio. The Lo-Fi Poppers return after their debut Rice, Pasta and Other Fillers. It's emotional, psychedelic, hypnotic and raw. Honestly, some of the best tribal noises to come out of Brighton last year.
Garden Centre boast members of King of Cats and Joanna Gruesome, among many more. It's Pop music with a wild temperament on the menu, here. "Experiences and memories of a group of people who used to hang out in an abandoned plant nursery" say the press notes, we can't beat that description. Tip: listen to Monster Energy.
LC Pumpkin is all about being very loud. A lot of buzz, and fuzz, and giant feedback. That's what they want you to believe. It's not true, in fact it's actually very relaxing, the kind of therapy that recording off the radio used to give you. Admirers include Jarvis Cocker and Stuart Maconie, but they're not qualified for 'nowt!
Triptych takes place on the 26-28th January at The Hope & Ruin in Brighton, accompanied by a lathe-cut vinyl release, one for each night, limited to a mere 11 copies/33 across all three releases. Make sure you get yours first! Great local bands in great local venues, what more could you ask for? Make sure you catch all three Triptych events over the coming week, and keep a keen eye on Third Outing for more from each band. Brighton is the place to be 26th-28th. See you there!