Friday 2nd February at 7pm - Independent Venue Week & The Triangle present Worriedaboutsatan with support from Hexama
worriedaboutsatan are at it again at The Triangle, bringing a new twist to their set with a touch of live violin — because clearly, guitars and synths weren’t enough for them. If you fancy a bit of Boards of Canada with a post-rock flair, they’ve got you covered. Seems they’ve made themselves quite at home here over the last few year’s, i’m sure rents due soon. So, here’s to another round with the Gav & Sophie, and their ever-morphing wall of sound. Pop in, it’s bound to be… interesting.
Hexama are primed to make their first appearance at The Triangle, bringing with them a soundscape that’ll resonate through the rafters. Their dark, experimental noise is sure to captivate and leave a lasting impression on the night. Don’t miss out on the chance to witness their intriguing debut that’s set to be the talk of the town.
Of course, let’s not undersell worriedaboutsatan – cheek aside, they are truly the bee’s knees of the ambient-electronic world. With their new live set featuring live violin and a deeper dive into ambient guitar and warped synths, they’re crafting sonic gold. They’re the kind of act that reminds us why we keep inviting them back. This gig isn’t just another slot on their tour; it’s set to be a testament to their ever-growing legend. Together with Hexama, worriedaboutsatan are sure to deliver a night at The Triangle that will be nothing short of stellar.