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Postponed - Garden Sessions: The Evil Usses

08/11/2020
Starts 06:00 PM to 09:00 PM
Where
Outdoor Venue
Ticket price
£51 adv + bf (per table)
Age limit
14 + (under 16s must be accompanied by an adult)
Contact number
0117 935 1200
Contact e-mail
E-mail

Postponed - Garden Sessions: The Evil Usses

Experimental psych four-piece from Bristol

Please note, this event has been postponed.

We are working to reschedule all upcoming events and will contact Trinity ticket holders once we have new dates in place.

All tickets will be valid for rescheduled dates however, if you would like to request a refund, please contact info@trinitybristol.org.uk with the event name, date and the email used to make the booking.

 

Garden Sessions

Working with some of the best artists and promoters in the city, our Garden Sessions bring you a series of socially distanced events in a way you've never experienced at Trinity before, in a new outdoor venue on our historic grounds.

We look forward to this overwhelmingly wild and energetic live show. Book your table now*

The Evil Usses

+ Support

Having met as part of the final cohort to attend the legendary (and sadly now defunct) experimental Dartington College of Arts in rural Devon, Conrad, Dan, Leon and Lorenzo played together in various other permutations before forming The Evil Usses. Having arrived at a sound somewhere between Captain Beefheart's Magic Band and Deerhoof, they now find themselves embedded within Bristol's boundlessly creative music scene and part of the 'Bloom' collective.

Their eponymous debut saw them working with Jim Barr (Portishead/Get the Blessing) and their second album 'Amateur Pro Wrestling' was produced by Deerhoof guitarist John Dieterich. Both records quickly sold out on limited edition colour splatter vinyl and have since been repressed. Their third release, the 10” mini-album 'Muck' (also co-produced by Dieterich), was released in April 2018 and saw the Usses further stretching the envelope of their playfully warped vision of sonic reality. LP number four is currently in the oven and will be released in late 2020 on new label Dawn Chorus Recording Company started by Canterbury psych legends Syd Arthur.

Since forming in 2013 they have been supported by Bristol indie label Stolen Body Records. They have shared stages with the likes of Melt Yourself Down, The Comet is Coming and Sons of Kemetand have embarked on several European tours, bringing their joyful noise as far as Greece and Portugal.

Leon Boydon – Bass; Dan Truen – Drums; Lorenzo Prati – Sax and Keys; Conrad Singh – Guitar

*Tables are for up to 6 people (adhering to government guidelines). You'll be able to choose your own table on arrival however, to avoid the potential spread of Covid-19, we do ask that once you have selected your table you don't change your mind.

We will be providing table service, with all orders being made through Love My Local. Information on how to order food will be provided at your table.

 

Trinity are working with external artists, partners and organisations as part of Trinity Presents to provide exciting content, relevant to Trinity's diverse audiences and in line with our Equal Opportunities and Free Speech Policies. Click here for more information about our Policies.

The health and safety of those using our Centre, is our top priority. Please read our Visiting Trinity: Covid-19 Policy for information on what to do when visiting the venue.

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