Releasing their much anticipated seventh album under their own label `Department-H`, the boys are back, hitting you hard with what they do best; 15 slabs of super heavy, psychedelic, beat-laden, post-hip-hop audio. Written and produced by Jake Wherry and Ollie Teeba, THERE WERE SEVEN takes you on an epic journey; from the undulating wobbly dub of "Welcome to Extravagance", through to the electronic takeover of "Mother Dove", and the manic spitting flute funk of "Take `Em On".
Featuring collaborations with up-and-coming UK wordsmith, George the Poet, on "A Sad State of Affairs", the soulful vocalist Hannah Clive on "The Lost Boy", and super MC`s from across the Atlantic - Twin Peaks and Teenburger.
Take some time out from the tinny, un-inspiring, auto-tune infected world of the machine, and feast on some deliciously full-bodied beats, brought to you by the original grand masters of sonic sound...;. THE HERBALISER.
The Trinity Centre has hosted major musical events for over two decades and is recognised as the birthplace of 'the Bristol Sound'.
Originally covenanted to the African-Caribbean Community Association in the late 1970s, the Trinity Centre has for three decades been a multicultural community venue with a strong music, hosting cutting-edge shows.
As many of Britain's key music venues are being swallowed up by large organisations, the Trinity Centre remains one of the last independent music venues in the UK, programming a calendar of music that is both affordable and relevant to the local and wider communities of Bristol.
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