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TVAM & Special guest

Wednesday 30th November 2022

+ Special Guests

At The Green Door Store

Doors 7:30 pm

Price £12 + booking fee / £16 on the door

Melting Vinyl Presents
TVAM + Special Guests
The Green Door Store
£12 + booking fee / £16 on the door
Doors 19:30pm / Start 8:00pm
Standing
Age Restrictions: 18+ Only

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TVAM

TVAM returns after previous selling out the GDS, aboard a Starline tour bus, peeping through the privets and leering over the fences of the rich and famous with a suspicious, cynical eye. High Art Lite is the debut long-player for Invada Records and is accompanied by new track ‘Double Lucifer’ which follows the sun-soaked  ’Piz Buin’.

In celebration of upcoming record ‘High Art Lite’ via Invada Records, TVAM will be joining Melting Vinyl for this very special headline show.

TVAM is the project alias of Manchester based musician/producer Joe Oxley, who’s sound takes the listener on a spiritual journey through complex sonic capabilities, and mechanical rhythms. In a live setting TVAM, enhances the audience’s experience through combining their forever intriguing audio abilities with captivating visuals delivered through a means of the hi and the lo-fi as this outfit can always been seen accompanied by a TV screen monitor on stage.

TVAM’s sound is not afraid to be a sheer melting pot of creative endeavours, with nuances of neo-psychedelia, shoegaze, electronica, ambience, Krautrock, and alternative rock gloriously spilling out over the brim. Within TVAM’s sound the contrast of musical styles can be digested around processed motorik yet bombastic sounding rhythms, which create space for guitars and synthesizers to sing their complex sonic capabilities. Oxley’s TVAM is a musical project which celebrates the beauties of carefully sculptured musical soundscapes with the desire for repetitive and pulsating beats.

“Effortlessly spanning the boundary between electronic music and rock music, and allowing elements from each to compliment one another in the same way as seminal acts from the early 90s golden age when rave music crossed over into indie.” – sputnik music

“It’s difficult to accurately describe the TV-AM live experience but I’m sure that whatever it is that he’s doing, he’s the only one doing it and for that reason alone you should make the effort to catch him at one of his gigs around the north-west.” – Trust The Wizards