On Friday 3rd December the guys at Harvest Sun Promotions present a brand new night called Kaleidoscope. They’re promising “a night of psychedelic sunshine folk for day-dream believers”, and looking at the lineup we wouldn’t dare disagree!
Harvest Sun Promotions presents…
KALEIDOSCOPE with JIM NOIR, COLORAMA, THE MALADIES OF BELLAFONTAINE, & BIDO LITO DJs
WITH MIND-BENDING VISUALS FROM TV LUX
Jim Noirmyspace.com/jimnoir From Davyhulme, Manchester. Jim Noir delivers songs that are a million miles away from the Sunny North West of England. Described by critics as neo-psychedelic, electro pop psychedelia . His lyrics have been compared to that of the Super Furry Animals and The Beta Band. He is a firm Harvest Sun favourite. Sunshine pop sprinkled with colours of the rainbow that are delivered from a space craft orbiting button moon
Coloramamyspace.com/coloramasound One barmy evening during the summer of always, a group of renegade minstrels met at a beach hut in Benllech, all with the intended aim of making merry. Among their number were a dysfunctional bassoonist, a disaffected church organist, a disfigured banjo strummer, a disorientated frugal horn player and a distant drummer. Having achieved their aim, they lit a bonfire at Bwlch and decided upon a course of action they would live to forget. They would pool their manifest resources and become…… Colorama!
The Maladies of Bellafontainemyspace.com/themaladiesofbellafontaine The Maladies of Bellafontaine arrive armed to the teeth with a canon of wonky-pop-psych-folk tunes and a raging fetish for second-hand synths. Hailing from the spiritual home of Northern Soul, rugby and pies,’ The Maladies’ have provided Wiganers with a reason to believe that their quaint little town may soon possess a fourth claim to international fame.
FRIDAY 3 DECEMBER, 8.00PM
THE STATIC GALLERY
Tickets from Probe Records, ticketline, skiddle & seetickets
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