7 Mar 2017
Silent Radio reviews Josefin Öhrn + The Liberation's show at Manchester's Soup Kitchen
The Northern Quarter’s Soup Kitchen has developed over recent years into something of a citadel for psych rock bands and fans alike. The scene, which has now been blossoming for longer than most would have thought possible, sees new and unfamiliar bands cropping up from all corners of the world on a weekly basis. Many of them pass through town eventually, and nowhere do they appear more frequently than the Soup Kitchen. Think of it as a safe space for psych freaks of all ages, a fair cross-section of whom are out tonight.
Tonight’s entry in the 2017 class is Gothenburg’s Josefin Ohrn & The Liberation. They have been steadily growing a reputation in this world for a few years, first hitting these shores alongside their compatriots and fellow Rocket Recordings alumni Goat in 2014. Their second album Mirage received an array of fawning reviews to boot upon its 2016 release. As their six members hit the stage tonight, anticipation in the Spear Street basement is high...
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