june 2022

13jun7:30 pm10:30 pmDirty Sound Magnet + Special GuestsPsychRock, Blues Rock, FunkRock, Experimental/Progressive7:30 pm - 10:30 pm Cost: £6 adv

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Dirty Sound Magnet Style: PsychRock, Blues Rock, FunkRock, Experimental/Progressive.
After over 300 shows all over Europe, two studio albums, and a live album since 2017, the Swiss vintage psych-rock power trio released new next album DSM-III (March 18, 2022, on Hummus Records). TheMusic power, groove, and emotion The band’s DNA can be traced back to the ancestral ‘Golden Age of Rock’ (the 60s, 70s), but instead of copying past heroes, Dirty Sound Magnet worked hard on breaking new ground.
The band’s approach has often been compared to Led Zeppelin for their groove, energy, and instrumental virtuosity, to a more violent version of Pink Floyd and to the mysticism of The Doors. With the addition of modern psych influences (Tame Impala, King Gizzard and the Lizzard Wizard,…) and sarcastic lyrics grounded in today’s social turmoil, the DSM magic formula is complete. Live, the band is known for its kinetic performances and strong stage presence. DSM’s dynamic range goes from all-out power to moments of silence built into the music. The years of experience have taught the band to deliver solid shows night after night while leaving room for the unexpected to happen. Every show is a unique experience for the band and the crowd…the band-no PlanB.
As teenagers, Stavros (guitar, vocals), Marco(bass, backing vocals), and Maxime (drums, backing vocals) were devouring hundreds of albums while rehearsing with great intensity. This passion rapidly turned into an addiction and total dedication to their art. Years of experimentation and practice have led to the creation of the DSM sound and the DSM way of life. The plan has always been the same and it is quite simple: “There is no plan B”.The band functions as a small family business. Every day, when not on tour, the band rehearses and records new music. After the rehearsal, the three dirty friends do

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(Monday) 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

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