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Zombi – cancelled

2 May @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Zombi Brighton


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Zombi Brighton

Cancelled, refunds from point of purchase.

“We’re sad to say that for reasons beyond out control we’ve had to cancel our European tour. We’re both fine and healthy, no worries there! Some things just weren’t coming together properly so we decided to wait until things were more favorable. A lot of time and work went into this tour, much thanks to Federico at Atonal Agency, and to everyone else involved. See you soon, ZOMBI.”


Since 2001, instrumental duo ZOMBI has led the charge for a modern reappraisal of progressive and electronic rock music among a younger generation. Creating a signature sound out of bass guitar, drums, and analog synthesizers – and demonstrating how to play them all simultaneously in the live setting – their taut musicianship and sterling arrangements create an unmistakable atmosphere, unifying fans of metal, indie rock, horror soundtracks, new age, and dance music, with their prog-minded brethren across the aisle. Over the years, the group has drawn inspiration from a vast assortment of musical material, ranging from soundtracks to Krautrock legends Neu! and Harmonia to the pioneering work of icons like Genesis, Vangelis, Tangerine Dream, Van Halen, and Pink Floyd, to the candy-colored sounds of italo disco and the smoky corridors of dark danse.

Steve Moore (bass, synthesizers) and A.E. Paterra (drums) met through playing in no-wave bands in their hometown of Pittsburgh. As their respective activities in Microwaves and The 1985 wound down, the two bonded over their love of Italian soundtrack composers like Goblin and Fabio Frizzi, and over the presence of filmmaker George A. Romero ingrained across the city. To say that Romero’s films have affected the cultural memory of Pittsburgh and all who grew up around there is a profound understatement. Moore grew up in Monroeville, home to the mall used in Romero’s 1978 classic Dawn Of The Dead, while Paterra was raised in Canonsburg, not far from where Tom Savini directed the 1990 remake of Romero’s Night Of The Living Dead. Taking the European release title for Dawn Of The Dead for their moniker, ZOMBI was born. https://zombi.bandcamp.com

Plus support

Upcoming Love Thy Neighbour shows:
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20102021 – JOHN. Patterns
20102021 – Jordan Mackampa. The Hope & Ruin
21102021 – Lime Garden. The Prince Albert
24102021 – Teleman. Chalk
25102021 – China Bears. The Hope & Ruin
27102021 – Silverbacks. The Hope & Ruin
31102021 – EL MOONO. The Prince Albert
02102021 – Piroshka. Chalk
03112021 – bdrmm. Green Door Store
04112021.- Other Half. The Hope & Ruin
08112021 – Beige Banquet. The Hope & Ruin
08112021 – Oracle Sisters. The Hope & Ruin
09102021 – Old Time Relijun. The Prince Albert
10112021 – Snapped Ankles. Chalk
12112021 – The Burning Hell. The Hope & Ruin
14112021 – The Cool Greenhouse. The Prince Albert
17112021 – YOWL. The Prince Albert
18112021 – Porridge Radio. Chalk
21112021 – LICE. The Hope & Ruin
21112021 – Lewsberg. Latest Music Bar
21112021 – Molchat Doma. Patterns
26112021 – Warm Digits. The Hope & Ruin
01122021 – POZI. The Hope & Ruin
01122021 – BABii. The Prince Albert
03122021 – Freya Beer. The Hope & Ruin
04122021 – The Howlers. The Rossi Bar
10122021 – Penelope Isles. Concorde 2
12122021 – Honey Guide. The Hope & Ruin
16122021 – Beach Riot. The Prince Albert
06022022 – Jane Weaver. Chalk.
15022022 – Douglas Dare. The Rose Hill
15022022 – Pip Blom. Concorde 2
18022022 – Good Sad Happy Bad. The Hope & Ruin
23022022 – Beans On Toast. Chalk
24022022 – Lime Garden. The Hope & Ruin
19032022 – Molly Linen. The Rossi Bar
22032022 – Skaking Polly. The Hope & Ruin
24032022 – Mr Bruce. Green Door Store
05042022 – The Beths. Concorde 2
17042022 – Shonen Knife. Lewes Con Club
19052022 – Donny Benét. The Hope & Ruin
25102022 – Plants and Animals. The Hope & Ruin

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. There are two disabled toilets upstairs, both gender-neutral. If you require a carer at the venue, please contact us at info@lovethyneighbourmusic.co.uk for a guest list, with evidence such as a blue badge or access card. If strobe lighting is an issue please contact us in advance. They are happy to accommodate assistance dogs.

Zombi Brighton

Zombi Brighton


2 May
8:00 pm - 11:00 pm


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