Thursday 7th April at the Rossi Bar: Vera Bremerton / Muster / Zoom Around Rainbow

Vera Bremerton: Solo vox experimental extreme mayhem
Muster: Guitar, electronics, small objects
Zoom Around Rainbow: Slower then glaciers, Harder then ecological collapse

Italian-born Vera Bremerton is equally influenced by classical, industrial, techino and avantgarde music.  Counting Diamanda Galàs, Maria Callas and Meredith Monk among her muses, she uses different timbres, effects and a 4-octaves vocal range.
High-end musical skills in composition and performance, and theatricality in spades… sensitivity and subtlety even in the more violent sections. (Chrissie Caulfield, Radio Free Midwich) She’s half art-house horror movie queen, half cabaret torch singer, and her studied, arch delivery of precision-crafted melodramatic ballads… certainly commands attention (Michael Johnson, Nemesis To Go)

Muster is the improvising duo of James O’Sullivan (South London) and Dan Powell (Brighton). Having first worked together as part of the eight musicians who performed for twelve hours as The Long Half Day [see TSOKL sok052], they formed Muster accidentally on 2nd November 2016 in the Catford Constitutional Club. Their first album “Find a City to Live In” was released on Invisible City in 2019.

Zoom Around Rainbow is a Southampton based solo electronic artist described as ‘hardware rave dystopian’ and ‘Slower then glaciers, Harder then ecological collapse’. His sound carries an uncertain upbeat bounce, drenched in reverb with a melancholy haze.

Thursday 7th April 2022 | 8pm – 10.30pm | £5
Downstairs @ The Rossi Bar
8 Queens Road, Brighton, BN1 3WA