Formerly one half of underground cult duo Prince Rama with her sister Nimai, Taraka’s solo venture sees her create infectious and raucous psych-grunge.
Last year the New York artist – full name Taraka Larson – released her debut album ‘Welcome to Paradise’: A full-throttle, kaleidoscopic release traversing surf-rock, psychedelia and bratty punk delivered with off-kilter charm and attitude.
Carrying on the high energy that Prince Rama was renowned for, Taraka’s vivid vision and creativity plus the dynamism of her sound undoubtedly makes for a compelling live show.
Presented by Bristol Beacon
Start Time: 20.00
“a mind-scrambling collection of bratty punk, shambolic psycho-sonic-babble, sun-bleached revivalist surf, and old-school psych”
The Pleasure Dome
The Pleasure Dome – formed in Bristol in July 2019 and are made up of Bobby Spender – Guitar and Vocals, Loz Fancourt – Bass, and Bert Elvin – Drums. They have self-released several singles recorded live with producers such as Theo Verney (Pip Blom, Egyptian Blue), James Trevascus (Beak>) and Josh Ace (Gonhill). The band have had extensive radio airplay BBC Radio 1, BBC 6 Music as well as numerous regional BBC stations across the UK. Recorded live at Brighton Electric with producer Theo Verney, the band released their debut EP ‘Chaos Chaos Revolution’ on April 5th 2022.
The venue is situated on Wine St, between Union St and The Pithay.
Bicycle racks can be found near to the venue on Wine St. Find your nearest cycle routes using Cycle Planner.
There is limited on-street parking nearby. The closest public car park is NCP Car Park Nelson Street 120m from the venue.
The city centre bus stop is opposite the venue where most bus services stop.
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