Ross Angeles
with: RoseBud + The Arboretum

Friday 24 August 2018
8:00 pm - 11:30 pm

£3 in advance (only available from the bands) £5 on the door

Tickets: Buy on-line

Ross Angeles are: Flossie-T – vocals; Michael D. Wynn – electronics

Ross Angeles are an electronic pop duo from rural Herefordshire and Bristol, whose emotive, glossy electronica and classic pop songwriting took them to Track Of The Week on BBC Radio 1 Introducing when Huw Stephens played an early demo on his show, following support from BBC Hereford & Worcester Introducing.

Andrew Marston (BBC Hereford & Worcester: Introducing) – “… dark electronica – we put them onstage in our BBC Introducing takeover slot – and they absolutely stole the show…”

Wychwood Festival, Gloucestershire – “… a must-see for all fans of electronica…”

Two Beats Off – “… classic pop songwriting sitting comfortably alongside organic synth textures… gloriously 80’s synths and staccato drum machines; infectious vocals …”


A pulsating and primal electro industrial-art-beats duo – to whom the idea of a fourth wall between them and the audience is just, frankly absurd – ROSEBUD are probably unlike anything you have ever seen or experienced before. That is unless you spend a lot of time in dimly-lit basement clubs in Berlin. Or you’ve come to one of their shows before. Drawing randomly on a bastardised wellhead of drone, Detroit techno, Chicago noise rawk and the filthier end of Krautrock, ROSEBUD drop a fin-de-siecle dark electronica love bomb fit for the scorched post-everything END DAYS.
Somewhat more physical and interactive than your average twiddlers. The apocalypse will be instagrammed.

Get some.



The Arboretum – Deep dark dub filled bass lines, shimmering shoe gaze guitars and twisted beats floating across a Dub Electronica original sound-style – is a collaborative musical project driven by brothers Keith & Chris Trim and featuring Nina Peacock on violin, adding an additional texture on top of their trademark wall of sound.

The Arboretum incorporate stunning digital visuals and rich cinematic sound textures. Exploring themes of post-industrial decline, eastern mysticism, global warming and a dystopian future of Trump led politics.



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