Lonely Disco - Son Of Kirk, Matt Anderson Quartet, The Galleons




The Galleons organise a bi-monthly night were they invite some of the finest bands on the circuit to play a gig with them! Genre is not important just creativity and good tunes, who only listens to one type of music right? Each band plays a set in each half at one of Brighton's very best small venues. Come and see why this is one of the most talked about live music nights on the South Coast.

We are very excited to be hosting a rare Brighton appearance by Son of Kirk. Informed by a diverse set of scenes ranging from psychedelic, post and progressive rock, minimalism and 1960’s revivalist folk and blues, SoK create their own unique take on modern acoustic driven music. To give their sound a name, prog-folk or post psych-blues would both be accurate.

SoK combine interweaving guitar and violin lines. Melodic vocal and lyrical interplay; intense instrumental interludes, moments of fragile naïve beauty and uplifting songs of hope and redemption.

London based saxophonist and Dankworth Prize winning composer Matt Anderson presents his quartet touring their new, critically acclaimed release 'Rambling' on Jellymould Jazz.

Since its launch in June 2018 at the hotbed of the creative London jazz scene, the Vortex Jazz Club, the album has won praise from the likes of Jazzwise, BBC Radio 3 and Jazz FM for its “outstanding,” melodic writing and “uniformly excellent playing”, all fronted by Anderson’s warm tenor sound.

The band brings together seemingly distinct musical influences, for example exploring the common ground between the folk music reminiscent of Matt's rural upbringing in the North Yorkshire Moors, the bluesy, country strains of Bill Frisell and Scandinavian jazz, culminating in a lyrical and personal Afro-Celtic sound world.

Your hosts The Galleons return with new additions both in terms of personnel and songs! Having spent time in the studio the band are well rehearsed and keen to keep evolving!
'One of the scene's most exciting bands seamlessly blend a mixture of folk, indie, rock and the occasional hint of prog to create songs that sing in the ears long after the last chord has rung' The Stables

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