Stillwave + Mutant Thoughts + Jackson D

  • Date: 15/03/2018
  • Time:20:00
  • Location: The New Adelphi Club
  • Venue: Stillwave + Mutant Thoughts + Jackson D
  •  £5 otd

Budheron Promotions presents Dutch alternative rock trio Stillwave, with support from Mutant Thoughts and Jackson D.

STILLWAVE is an alternative / shoegaze three-piece, based in Utrecht, the Netherlands. Stillwave creates an innovative mix of guitars drenched in reverb, characteristic vocals and powerful drums, combined with electronics and synthesizers.

Stillwave has caught the attention of numerous blogs and radio stations worldwide (Q magazine, Wonderland Magazine, 1883 Magazine, Nothing But Hope and Passion, Drunken Werewolf, Austin Town Hall, Little Indie Blogs and many more). With the 2 EPs they have released thus far Stillwave has played over 100 shows with multiple tours in the UK and The Netherlands. Their live shows have garnered rave reviews by various media outlets such as Backseat Mafia (UK) and 3voor12 (NL).

“Their reverb heavy shoegaze style, coupled with resonating drums, electronics and synthesizers making for a winning combination” – Little Indie Blogs

“You can label Stillwave however you see fit – but one thing you can’t do is deny how good they sound.” – Backseat Mafia

MUTANT-THOUGHTS is an Experimental Synth-Rock band with Electronic and Rock influences, with an electronic, eclectic, eerie vibe as well as beautiful melodies, and a live show which is very energetic and emotional, full of groovy odd time signatures, crazy synth sounds, heavy bass lines, nice vocal harmonies, and no guitars.

Mutant-Thoughts’ sole purpose is to create something new, something you haven’t heard of before. Materialising genuine feelings and interesting thoughts, whilst decorating reality and challenging your mind and ears to adventure out of their comfort zone.

JACKSON D is a unique vocalist and guitarist. An outstanding performer brimming with style

“Jackson D separates himself from the pack in much the same way that David Bowie and Tom Waits did… Jackson D is taking the gloss and sheen of so much of the coolness of pop culture.” – Divide & Conquer