“As soon as I saw the potential DICE had to change live music ticketing for the better, I couldn’t say no.”
East India Youth, aka William Doyle, took to the stage at Exchange to bring us renditions from his latest LP, ‘Culture of Volume’.
Read the July issue of Bristol Live Magazine - Tamu Massif, Best Friends, Sleaford Mods, LA Priest & more
We catch up with the suited genius that is William Doyle ahead of his next visit to Bristol.
Read the June issue of Bristol Live Magazine - The Cadbury Sisters, East India Youth, Wolf Alice & more.
East India Youth returns to Bristol with his incredibly beautiful second album.
East India Youth’s second record is much more accessible than his first, it’s bigger sounding, quicker to the point and perhaps more cutting.
East India Youth Aka William Doyle is an expert in creating consuming soundscapes and inky melodies. Having played Bristol several times already this year, he returns to the perfect setting of Thekla on a rainy mid-week night.
East India Youth will be gracing Thekla in June with a growing reputation for dance music that fuses harsh electronic minimalism with mournful lyrics. Doyle is well on his way to creating a truly unique sound full of dark soundscapes and inky melodies.
Arriving in the early hours Friska is warm and inviting, most people gathered are clutching a hot beverage and eagerly flicking through the release lists, while the more reclined are spinning ambient music or scanning a paperback.