Haelos

Saturday 26 October 2019

7:00 pm : Main stage / Standing

14+

Tickets

£12.00

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Doors 7.00pm
8.15pm- 9.15pm  LOYAL (DJ)
9.15pm- 10.30pm HÆLOS

HÆLOS trip hop/electronic music has been played on the radio worldwide from LA to Australia. Not only have they hit #1 on Hype Machine they’ve also received strong support from Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Rob Da Bank and Pitchfork magazine. They have sold out dates around Europe and played SXSW festival. New album ‘Any Random Kindness’ was likened to London Grammar and Radiohead.

They have now played live all over including festivals Coachella, Pitchfork in Paris and Glastonbury.

Reviews
“Brings to mind the heyday of trip-hop and British electronic explosion. All of the genre’s biggest characteristics are here—ethereal vocals, muted breakbeats, swelling keyboards, and the occasional reverberating guitar.” Pitchfork

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Haelos

Doors 7.00pm
8.15pm- 9.15pm  LOYAL (DJ)
9.15pm- 10.30pm HÆLOS

HÆLOS trip hop/electronic music has been played on the radio worldwide from LA to Australia. Not only have they hit #1 on Hype Machine they’ve also received strong support from Zane Lowe, Annie Mac, Huw Stephens, Rob Da Bank and Pitchfork magazine. They have sold out dates around Europe and played SXSW festival. New album ‘Any Random Kindness’ was likened to London Grammar and Radiohead.

They have now played live all over including festivals Coachella, Pitchfork in Paris and Glastonbury.

Reviews
“Brings to mind the heyday of trip-hop and British electronic explosion. All of the genre’s biggest characteristics are here—ethereal vocals, muted breakbeats, swelling keyboards, and the occasional reverberating guitar.” Pitchfork

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