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Sensory Soundscapes presents a unique night combining the finest talent in music and art. Marvel at the creative talent from a variety of artists whilst being entertained by some of Manchester’s finest musicians.

Gorgeous Bully
Originally the solo work of Thomas Crang, Gorgeous Bully moved from Plymouth to Manchester and formed a full band. Having supported Joanna Gruesome and been featured multiple times in NME, this grungy lo-fi pop band are definitely one to watch out for. Their EP ‘Nobody Hates You as Much as You Hate Yourself’ is a celebration of misery and loneliness with a cheery background.

Young Myths
Another band to have frequented the pages of NME, Young Myths are a very new band hailing from Cheetham Hill. With a few select yet valuable gigs under their belt including a support slot with Woman’s Hour and shows for well-known Manchester promoter Now Wave, Young Myths have made the most promising of starts.

John Ainsworth
John Ainsworth is a singer-songwriter with a difference. Crafting haunting songs on his 12-string acoustic, John combines his virtuosic playing with influences such as Radiohead as well as folk and blues. Not a stranger to the Manchester scene and with years of experience, his most notable gig to date was supporting The Charlatans at Delamere Forest and he is certain to have many more.

Mykal Wright
London based oil painter Mykal Wright creates surreal portraits.

Jake Haigh
Spray paint artist Jake Haigh will be showcasing his work using stencil based work.

Josh McKeown
Based in Manchester, Josh McKeown is relatively new to the art scene and will be showcasing his fine art.