Onefiveeight Presents Expo:01

Saturday, 9 Feb
Onefiveeight a creative collective based in the Northwest presents Expo:01 their first group show in Manchester.

By day we’ll be exhibiting original artwork in the gallery FREE of charge, plus FREE drinks for those who arrive early enough. Then by night our musicians will be showcasing their latest work along side very special guests SOCCER 96.

Featuring original artwork from

The OneFiveEight collective. onefiveeight.co.uk

Guest artists include

Tasha Whittle
Tankpetrol
Darren Adcock
Kerry Howarth
Dan Birkbeck
Josh Horsley
Mary Stark

Line Up:

SOCCER 96

Soccer96 are a stripped-down, amped-up analogue synth vs live drum assault.

The 2-piece from Brighton/London formed in 2009 over a mutual love of SNES, meditation and warehouse raves, have received attention for their fresh take on the
electronic synth/beat scene by playing everything completely live, with no
laptops, sequencers or software, using only old-school analogue synths.

The generator blog recently described Soccer96 as ‘thrilling as FIFA’s 16-bit Megadrive outing, a rabble-rousing fusion of post-punk, math-rock and electronica, borne out of a twisted mix of tortured synths, live drums and Gameboy keyboards.’

Their self-titled debut L.P. released on the Demons Are Real label in march this year captures this aesthetic perfectly and was
engineered by Joe Watson (Stereolab) and mastered by Kelly Hibbert
(Flying Lotus).

RAIKES PARADE

Andy Blundell AKA Raikes Parade is a musician/producer currently residing in Manchester. After spending a couple of years in bands he now produces his own solo projects. Incorporating live instrumentation with digital production techniques. He works closely with Herbal Sessions soundsystem, OneFiveEight projects, Gnod & Nucleus Roots. Also with his live set he’s supported the likes of Amon Tobin ISAM Live, Mungos Hi-Fi & Jahtari.

“One man band, Andy Blundell but replacing the back-mounted bass drum and acoustic guitar for a whole larder full of trippy, weird and wonderful noises and influences ranging from 70’s funk to dub reggae and indie. Great stuff.”

Mathew Priest – Rhythm Magazine

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