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Sonic Jesus & The Underground Youth Tickets

The Late Sessions are a specially curated lineup of bands running in late, club night hours alongside the Interstellar Overdrive DJs.


Sonic Jesus

Sonic Jesus are a mesmerising Italian band who are a must see. Check out a review of their latest track released on a split single with The Black Angels in anticipation of their upcoming album.

Sonic Jesus, with their track "Lost Reprise". A droned out bliss, that will have you losing your self in a matter of seconds. It flows very nicely with the Angels track, as you close your eyes and float through the mist of your mind, collecting yourself and your energy. The dark deep drone with the haunting vocals, it just opens up into the realm of deep self enlightenment. It's the only thing lighting the way on this dark journey. This track gives you a very nice sense of what is about to come from these lads, and their very much anticipated album of 2015. - Levitation

The Underground Youth

"The Underground Youth blend the sounds of shoegaze, post-punk and psychedelic rock with their own hauntingly beautiful twist. The creative project of Craig Dyer was started in 2008 and is currently based in Manchester."

Enemies Eyes

"Enemies Eyes combine brute strength and precious melody in an appealing Cult meets BRMC dirty rock hybrid" - Manchester Evening News

The Black Delta Movement

THE BLACK DELTA MOVEMENT are a Hull band with a psychedelic garage sound and many different influences ranging from the likes of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Paul Weller, The Small Faces and The Black Keys amongst others.

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