Our Next Show

Coming back this month on a wave of psychedlic approbation are Zofff Since they started a couple of years ago this band have gone from strength to strength - drawing ever bigger audiences and garnering overwhelming acclaim. Under the name Zofff, they have now played several gigs in the UK, Their sound is a cross between early Pink Floyd fused with Nui and early Hawkwind in the flavour of London's legendary UFO Club.

The finest purveyors of kosmische heaviness on the planet right now - Shindig!

Featuring Bic Hayes (Cardiacs), Damo Waters (Clowwns / Field Music / The Lurkers / The Fiction Isle and more) Chris Anderson (Crayola Lectern), Al Stachan and Richard Gorbutt, not to mention Chris Tomsett's amazing lightshow. Not to be missed

Also based on the south coast we welcome a debut ambient/dark ambient MOTA (Music of the Andys) . MOTA are Here & Now's Andy Roid on keyboards and Andy Burrows on guitar. "Floating synths, spectral guitar bliss, evolving arpeggios, hurdy gurdy soundcapes, bells, whistles, bird song, space sounds, drones echoing across the universe. And pan pipes..." .

And our opening act is a rare inimate acoustic gig by Kavus Torabi.is a British Iranian musician and composer, record label owner and broadcaster. A multi-instrumentalist, he is known for his work in the psychedelic, avant-garde rock field (primarily as a guitarist). Torabi was one of the founding members of The Monsoon Bassoon (as singer, guitarist and one of the two primary composers) and subsequently joined the cult psychedelic rock group Cardiacs as second guitarist. He currently fronts his own group Knifeworld and also plays guitar and composes for Guapo and for the legendary psychedelic band Gong, is a touring and recording musician for the Mediæval Bæbes and frequently collaborates with notable artists working in left-field music.

A Real psychedelicatessen of a gig for the Real Music Club

Tickets available from Resident Records and We Got Tickets


30th September 2017

The Prince Albert,48 Trafalgar Street, Brighton, England.

01273 730499