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Hermon Chapel Arts Centre

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Oswestry

SY11 1LF

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Imagine King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Tom Waits, Zappa, Captain Beefheart and the BBC Youth Jazz Orchestraall playing together. There is some phenomenal playing on here - probably one of the best bunch of musicians that have graced this page. -Rhythm Magazine, UK


Psychoyogi's fourth album, Shrine, is mandatory listening for anyone who likes their prog to be musically challenging and intellectually stimulating - like a sharper-edged, 21st-century version of Gentle Giant. Combining jazzy grooves, Canterbury-inspired melodic sensibilities and a generous pinch of punk attitude, the nine short, yet subtly-complex songs will keep the listener on their toes. -Weekendprog - Something For The Weekend?


A curious racket which borrows from the likes of Frank Zappa and King Crimson... but which stands convincingly on its own two feet. -TNT, UK


Psychoyogi are more then a little different. When others are content to cash in on trendy musical resurgences, they attempt what is perhaps, the impossible ­a new direction in music. Inconstant time signatures and a rejection of docile adherence to a single musical style are the characteristics of a group that actively seek to challenge their audience. They maintain the stylistic vertigo of They Might Be Giants but are even more disjointed, rendering their work somehow equally transparent and oblique, understandable yet initially inaccessible. -Beat Magazine (Australia)

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http://www.psychoyogi.com/
www.hermonchapel.com

Hermon Chapel Arts Centre, Oswestry on Saturday 7 April 2018
Doors Open at 8:00PM
Starts at 8:30PM

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