Summer Goth presents VEDA live at Hyde Park Book Club.
VEDA is the bedroom pop project of Birmingham, UK based multi-instrumentalist Dominic Antonio Sepúlveda. VEDA’s sound is a lustrous blend of casiotone keyboards, jangly guitars, lo-fi drum machines and earnest vocals, taking influence from their roots in Birmingham, while also importing lo-fi and DIY culture from across the Atlantic.
2017 has seen VEDA performing across the UK supporting the likes of Fufanu, White Fang and Horsebeach, gaining support from BBC introducing and Richer Unsigned. VEDA finished off the year with their first international tour in Spain.
Watch VEDA's new video for 'Don't Let Him Win' here — youtube.com/watch?v=WQTQ7c4BZKo
Listen to more tunes here — soundcloud.com/vedawave
Liverpool's Evil Pink Machine!
An unfortunate elbow injury left Igor Delgado Martin unable to play guitar for months, making him turn to electronic instruments to create his own musical outlet. Combining electronica, alternative rock and psychedelia through a lo-fi scope, Evil Pink Machine crafts its own unique sound.
The Liverpool based act was originally born in London and features an eclectic mix of international musicians on their live performances.
Watch their new video for 'Other Side Of The Sun' here — youtube.com/watch?v=1EYeHe_GMnA
Also performing are Leeds based The Varletts
Formed in late 2016 with the ethos of bringing to the fore raw, unapologetic alternative rock, the trio consists of Laurie Rowland (Bass guitar and vocals), Matt Drinkwater (Lead guitar and vocals) and George Topham (Drums). Drawing on influences such as The Cribs, Sleater-Kinney, Pulled Apart By Horses and Comet Gain.
«Off Kilter, pumped up alt-rock from the wilds of Grantham. The Varletts are certainly ones to watch.» (I'm Not From London)
Check out their tunes here — open.spotify.com/artist/4s98tJjoOETpQ65YQbeiDz
Rounding up the bill we have Hurricane Eric hailing from Leeds!
Gonna be a dank evening, don't miss out.