The Hug and Pint, Glasgow.


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STANDING £22.70 (£20.00)
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THE HUG AND PINT, Glasgow is a vital community grassroots music venue. In the face of rapidly increasing costs and an audience understandably reluctant to spend more money in a cost-of-living crisis. The Hug and Pint is in need of financial support to help ensure its long-term sustainability. Your donations help to provide a platform for the next generation of artists and are hugely appreciated.

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More information about Ufomammut tickets

Ufomammut formed in the late 90s by Poia (guitars, FXs) and Urlo (bass,
vocals, FXs, synths), rising from the ashes of past band Judy Corda,
together with Vita (drums)

For more than two decades, UFOMAMMUT has combined the heaviness and majesty
of dynamic riff worship with a nuanced understanding of psychedelic
tradition and history in music, creating a cosmic, futuristic, and
technicolor sound destined for absolute immersion.

The new album Fenice ("phoenix" in Italian) represents endless rebirth and
the ability to start again after everything seems doomed.

The album (out via Neurot Recordings) is the first recording with new
drummer Levre joining Poia and Urlo, marking a new chapter in the band's
history and unveiling a more intimate, free sound for the group.

While the band is renowned for their psychedelic travels into the far
reaches of the cosmos, Fenice is a much more introspective listening
experience. The album was conceived as a single concept track, divided in
six facets of this inward-facing focus. Sonic experimentations abound in
the exploration of this central theme; synths and experimental vocal
effects are featured more prominently than ever before as the band push
themselves ever further into the uncharted territory of their very identity.

Each oscillation of this extraordinary album feels inevitable. The members
of UFOMAMMUT are, after all, masters of their craft, and when it comes to
creating enveloping sonic journeys into the unknown, it's their uninhibited
sense of exploration that breaches new sonic ground. Fenice is the sound of
a band whose very essence has been rejuvenated and are welcoming the chance
to create music in the way they know best; by unfolding carefully and
attentively, by melding those extreme dynamics which render Fenice as a
living and breathing creature, and by writing gargantuan riffs that herald
their very rebirth.

Poia and Urlo are both founding members of rock 'n' roll graphic design
collective Malleus, and of the label Supernatural Cat (who most recently
put out the solo albums of Urlo, under the name, The Mon).

Like any good psychedelic trip, the music of Ufomammut has always been
inextricably intertwined with visual art. Poia describes longer
compositions "like a painting" as if to reinforce the relevance and
importance of visual art in Ufomammut's music.