Porshyne arrive back in Brighton fresh from a string of UK dates and some time in the studio, InTechnicolour make their live debut following the release of their first single ‘Lend Me A Crushed Ear’ and Mechanical Monkey complete what is set to be a fantastic a line-up.
Porshyne recently announced they have entered the studio to record their highly anticipated debut EP. The band have been swimming around the depths of Brighton’s eccentric music scene for the past couple of years, previously headlining BLEACH for Small Pond’s #1 show about 18 months ago. In the time since then they have released four videos for Hubris, Locked In Residue and Warp. Now they rightfully return to the summit of Small Pond’s #14, bringing with them premieres to new material. For anybody who has been fortunate enough to catch this group of five exceptionally talented musicians previously, you know exactly the colossal sound they can produce. There is a ton of hype that has landed upon the shoulders of this group following their announcement of new material, we for certain are excited. Get down to The Prince Albert this Thursday to get your senses ready for what will prevail.
InTechnicolor, a local ’supergroup’ as you will. Formed between members of some of Brighton’s finest groups – The Psychics House Band, Porshyne, Calico and Delta Sleep make their debut appearance with the gig on Thursday. They have recently dropped the heavier than lead single ‘Lend Me A Crushed Ear’ which has earnt spins on Totally Radio and MetalSucks.net. The single has also being plugged on the other side of the pond with America’s ‘Decibel Magazine’ giving it the sacred thumbs up.
Mechanical Monkey open the night, hailing from Brighton via Ashford, this math-rock band appear to have largely bubbled gently below the surface of the past year. Small Pond have done the scene a favour now, they have placed them on a busy bill and heck, do Mechanical Monkey deserve the spot. After never catching these before, we sure as hell can’t wait. Check out ‘Capiche’, adored by the likes of Huw Stephens, it certainly is worth your time.
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