Sad Night Dynamite are set to perform on Friday 21st October at Canvas, Manchester with support from East-London rapper Jeshi.
Sad Night Dynamite are without a doubt one of the UK’s most exciting, and unusual, breakout bands. The duo made up of Archie Blagden and Josh Greacen met at school eight years ago, and started writing together shortly after that. With influences such as Gorillaz, The Specials and Dr Dre, Sad Night Dynamite’s self-produced music presents their unique interpretation of hip-hop and their aim to portray disruption, equality and their belief that there’s a wonderland to get lost in. Their 2021 album, Sad Night Dynamite, has received incredible success and features their hit ‘Krunk’ which has reached over 7 miliion Spotify streams. Their new mixtape, ‘Volume II’, released April 2022, is an otherworldly and surreal body of work, featuring incredible artists such as Moonchild Sally and IDK.
The duo have performed at some incredible festivals and venues this year including Glastonbury, Primavera, Reading & Leeds and have recently toured with Glass Animals on their US tour. Sad Night Dynamite’s recognition is global, throughout Autumn they will be performing in remarkable cities such as Amsterdam and Paris before culminating their world tour in New York. Their performance at Canvas, Manchester is expected to be electric as they continue to win any audience that they perform to.
Sad Night Dynamite have announced that their support for their Manchester show will be hip-hop rapper Jeshi whose work has been acclaimed as the most cutting edge in British hip-hop at the moment. With genre-bending music, Jeshi’s music covers political topics, his most recent album Universal Credit follows the journey of Jeshi’s psyche and his frustration towards the poor financial assistance from the government. Jeshi’s performance at Canvas next week is only expected to make the night even better.
Friday 21st October 2022 – Canvas, Manchester