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Triptych VII: Milo Korbenski, The Roebucks + Route 500

19 January @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm



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Triptych VII Brighton

Triptych VII live in Brighton at The Hope & Ruin on 19th January 2024! Get tickets on the door!

Stage times:

Milo Korbenski: 10pm

The Roebucks: 9.10pm

Route 500: 8.20pm

Tickets available on the door

Triptych features SUEP, School Disco, Milo Korbenski, Sad Dads, Fruity Water, Route 500, The Roebucks, Melt Plastic Group & Guiseberg.

Triptych VII returns to Brighton this January from 18th-20th January 2024 at The Hope & Ruin, Brighton. Triptych consists of three nights each featuring three of our favourite Brighton-based bands and each accompanied by a lathe-cut vinyl release, one for each night, limited to a mere 15 copies each or 45 across all three releases.

Milo Korbenski: Milo Korbenski is a shadowy, anonymous Brighton solo musician only publicly seen in a featureless white mask, Stetson and denim jacket. However, his deeply expressive take on lo-fi slacker indie invokes a heartfelt intimacy, singing straight from the soul. A true auteur, and inexhaustibly prolific, Milo recorded, designed and self-released a number of albums on streaming platforms (and enjoyed staggering listening figures) without any backing, and only recently signed his first record deal. The fruits of this self-releasing period are collected on 2023 release “Vol. 1”, in celebration not only of his first initiation into a label roster, but also of the thrilling deftness of his songcraft. The collection explores a multitude of catchy-as-hell hooks, clever lyrical wordplay, and deceptively lean instrumentation that belies its own simplicity.

The Roebucks : Formed in 2021, Brighton-raised ‘The Roebucks’ take influence from Americana; shifting from soft alt-country to something altogether rockier. The four-piece puts songwriting at the forefront of their creative process resulting in tunes filled with sweet harmonies, jangly melodies and nifty guitar breaks. The Roebucks have been gigging extensively in Brighton and London and have attracted an ever-growing following. Their first two releases (‘Sable’ 2022 and ‘Tomorrow is a Lie’ 2023) have boosted the band’s profile with extensive play on Marc Riley’s Radio 6 show. With recent time spent in the studio, expect more from the band soon.

Route 500:  Route 500 is the musical world of Derek Inver – observational lyrics, compelling vocals and dissociative recollections make up their dynamic, lo-fi sound. The Brighton based project pursues rawness over perfection and captures the darker inner workings and depths of the human psyche. The band have drawn comparisons to the likes of The Microphones, Big Thief and Red House Painters, earning an ever-expanding following of loyal listeners.

The venue is only accessible via a flight of stairs however they can offer access via a back door at street level to the venue if mobility is an issue or you use a wheelchair. There are 3 large steps via this route so assistance to gain access and to exit the venue would be required. We can arrange this if you contact us in advance of a show. Please bear in mind that they can only allow access in between bands due to sound issues. Two disabled toilets upstairs, both gender neutral. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at info@lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk for guestlist, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an issue or if standing for long periods of time is an issue, please contact us in advance. They can provide chairs in the venue although if the event is very busy this will impede visibility. If you wish to make use of a chair to view a gig, we advise arriving early to secure a position. They are happy to accommodate assistance dogs.

Triptych VII Brighton

Triptych VII Brighton



19 January
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Hope and Ruin
9-12 Queens Road
Brighton, BN1 3WA
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