New promoters on the block Lysergic Limes are bringing Chilean psych trio Föllakzoid to Bristol for the first time in partnership with BLG Promotions. It’s their second in a series of shows booked for this year that will aim to push Bristol’s psychedelic rock scene further than ever before.
Taking some influence from the native ancestral music of their continent, Föllakzoid are also aligned with the German Krautrock movement that drew heavy inspiration from Anglo American music. Whatever you call it, Föllakzoid’s music will take you on a weighty emotional journey with each track, sometimes 10 minutes plus, building minimalist soundscapes that will leave your stomach churning in the best possible way.
Föllakzoid’s music will take you on a weighty emotional journey with each track (…) building minimalist soundscapes that will leave your stomach churning
They’ve realised three albums via US label Sacred Bones Records, although with their last album being released back in 2015, fans can probably hope to hear some new music at this rare UK performance from Föllakzoid. Frontman Domingo Garcia-Huidoboro answers our 10 questions in a typically obscure fashion.
1. What have you learned today?
Still figuring this one out, but most likely something I already knew and forgot.
2. Favourite track of all time?
Polyphonic alarm car from the 90s.
3. It’s 3am and the party is winding down, what track do you play to get everyone going again?
The sound of underwater volcanos eruptions mixed with a slowed down track, or a railway or something industrial with a doppler effect.
4. Who are your top three acts right now?
The process of combustion, fatalities in mortal combat and finally the act of disappearing.
5. If you couldn’t work in music, what would you be doing instead?
6. What was the last book you read?
A Season in Hell by Rimbaud mixed with a guide to the The Forbidden City in China – didn’t finish either of them though.
7. Favourite thing on TV?
Rick and Morty.
8. Are you afraid of anything?
9. Tell us something people don’t know about you…
I don’t really exist, nor do they.
10. What are you doing tomorrow?
Same thing as Pinky and The Brain, but without any ambitions.