Wednesday 26th October

Online tickets off-sale as of 5pm. There will be a limited number of tickets on the door (£18).

Doors: 7:30pm
General admission – standing with some limited unreserved seating.
Age requirements: 18+


Call it synchronicity, call it happenstance, call it no more than three friends getting together to give their speakers a workout. Yet The Utopia Strong’s formidable conflagration of psychedelic radiance and beatific harmony has evolved way beyond all or any expectations since the band’s inception.‘International Treasure’ chronicles the collaborative collision of Steve Davis, Kavus Torabi and Mike York heading into unchartered psychic territory, seemingly with nothing but their instincts as co-ordinates.

What’s resulted is a step beyond anything either band or audience might have expected – a deeply rewarding voyage into inner space which moves into darker and still more evocative sound-worlds whilst remaining fundamentally off the map. Influences know no bounds in this context, and the listener would be forgiven for locating the atmospheres and soundscapes of this album on some sonic promontory above and between the potent abstractions of Tim Hecker, the improvisatory excursions of The Necks, and the gothic allure of Bohren Und Der Club Of Gore.

‘International Treasure’’ is the next chapter in a story which only grows more rewarding with every stop along the way – one in which three heads travel together deeper into their own musical journeys, and the resulting alchemical power transmutes its origins into gold. As no less a sage than Andrew Weatherall proclaimed, The Utopia Strong are “gnostic sonics in a nutshell”.

”Modern kosmische via the joint efforts of Kavus Torabi, Michael J. York and snooker legend Steve Davis. It is an exciting new entry in the book of UK psychedelia.” Louder Than War


Two brothers versus the machines. Clusters of Eyes debuted at Smugglers Festival 2018 and have since been inhabiting coastal Kent’s subterranean network of tunnels, honing their set of gritty electronica and robot-rock.

Plus guest DJ … Phil Calvert from the Happy Skate Sound System.

Mixing Motorik rhythm, glitchy electronica and wild organic ambient expanses with chopped and skrewed beats, field recordings of tribal throat singing and indigenous instruments like the Filipino Agung and Amazonian Buzina.

For people who want to take their shaman to a rave, or bring the rave to their Shaman.