Thursday, 12 December 2013

21/2/2014 : Club Quiet presents Makoto Kawabata (from Acid Mothers Temple) + hacker farm, bizarre rituals and special guests

Club Quiet and the island are proud to host a rare solo show from cosmic drone minstrel and guitarist/founder of prolific psych band, Acid Mothers Temple, Makoto Kawabata

 "Kawabata Makoto believes he is more of a cosmic translator than a musician. Trying to make sense of the sounds he has heard inside his head since he was a boy, Makoto believes that his reason for existence is to tune in and share these sounds with the world. Hailing from Osaka, the guitarist rose to fame with the psychedelic sounds of Acid Mothers Temple & the Melting Paraiso U.F.O. and the noise of Mainliner after years spent making music on hand-made instruments. While Makoto might have been distracted with abstractions in years past, he is now firmly in tune with his own journey, trying ever harder to play the music of the spheres as it should be heard" text taken from

 This show will be intimate thus tickets are limited. So buy now to avoid disappointment. support comes from hacker farm, bizarre rituals + special guests to be announced at a later date
 tickets are £10 from

Monday, 2 December 2013

bit late notice but club quiet is on tonight at room 8, the island, nelson street, bristol.... free, experimental live music with place of safety improvisers from 18.30 - 21.00

Wednesday, 23 October 2013

30/10/13 - NICHOLAS LANGLEY & HASSNI MALIK, Zpg, Robin Foster, H.L.Collins

Sorry about the postponement of the last show. Me and Marcus were really ill so had to cancel it!
Next show is gonna be great though. on a mellow tip.

Wednesday 30th of October
NICHOLAS LANGLEY & HASSNI MALIK, Zpg, Robin Foster, H.L.Collins     

Members of Brighton's infamous experimental unit, Vitamin B12, Hassni Malik & Nicholas Langley create purely electronic ambient music. making their synthesisers sing, drone and pulse, taking you on a slow moving and heady journey through gentle pastures of ambience. Influenced by bands such as coil, their music resonates but never irritates. Joining them are sonic improvisers Zpg, Robin Foster and H.L Collins.

18.00 - 21.00


Donations Welcome to help pay for the artists travel from Brighton!

Thursday, 29 August 2013