Zu + Meadows + Bosch

Zu + Meadows + Bosch

14th August 2019

Long awaited return of the instrumental Italian math-punk heavies.

Stubbornly free from easy genre classification, Zu have been proud to follow their own musical pathways for some twenty years now.

Zu have been broadly questioning and evolving their musical identity , developing their musical vocabulary with every release and collaboration, never allowing their personal and creative freedom to be suffocated by imposed structures and labels. All of their strongest inspirations and artistic reference points have produced a very varied output, evolving (sonically speaking) from one album to another in their respective musical canon. Zu ’s musical language has changed a lot over the years, yet the essence very much remains the same.

Throughout their highly diverse career the band has cultivated the art of collaboration, joining forces with luminaries such as Mike Patton, Damo Suzuki, Mats Gustafsson, King Buzzo of the Melvins, David Tibet, FM Einheit of Einstuerzende Neubauten Jessica Moss of Thee Silver Mt Zion, Thurston Moore, Jim O’ Rourke, Mats Gustafsson, Eugene Robinson of Oxbow, Gabe Serbian of The Locust , just to name a few, but also collaborating with director Romeo Castellucci of legendary avant-garde theatre company Societas Raffaello Sanzio .

15 releases , more than 2000 concerts, and ongoing.

Four drunk male models peddling rural misery. Stoner crust riffathon with fast bits.

"Rolling, thunderous, neolithic bass burliness with song structures only Mastodon would attempt, this is an EP that stands out and sticks in.... 8.5/10" - UK METAL UNDERGROUND

"...Suffolk's Meadows offer up a stunning mix of crusty grind and monumentally heavy guitars" - TERRORIZER MAGAZINE

...is an experimental electronic musician and sound artist based in Colchester. After studying classical piano, bÖsch shifted to electronic and drone music. Inspiration ranges from Tim Hecker to Sunn O))) passing through classical minimalist composers such as Philip Glass and Terry Riley. His work will fill your head with earworms and your heart with joy.

Tickets £10 / £8 concessions.
Doors open 7.30pm.
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