Preview: STUFF. @ Patterns, 20/2/16

The 5 headed cyclops and the electric sound.

Patterns will host extremely unique resonances this Sunday, as the Belgian collective STUFF. will conquer the venue’s basement from 7-10pm. If you’ve not yet heard of the band, you can gain a little insight here:

Their name is eponymous of the music they play; STUFF. After releasing their self-titled debut album in March last year, they were invited to a Boiler Room session last summer, a music platform that hosts live underground music, and have been selected as artist in residence in Brussels leading venue, the AB.

Belgian press hails them as, “The best thing that happened musically in Belgium since the last 25 years,” so, what makes them so different? Let’s try to describe the kind of stuff, STUFF., plays. Imagine a lonely cottage in the middle of the forest, where five men are putting five different, well-selected musical genres in a boiling pot. You can feel a touch of jazz, funk, cross-genre groove, hip-hop and electronic. That is STUFF.: witchcraft. In one moment, you may hear deep underground sounds, but you still never know what the next song will bring.

If you love electronic music, jazz, underground and you want to attend something original, bring yourself and a friend down to Patterns this weekend!


By Csenge Krokovay


STUFF. play Patterns this Saturday 20th from 7-10pm.

Facebook event HERE.

Tickets available HERE.

Patterns, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL.



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