THE LOST RIVERS, CYRIL SNEAR, BORLAND...

Sunday evening fun from Grey Lantern courtesy of three veritably righteous acts… THE LOST RIVERS https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Lost-Rivers/286204745961 Thrillingly caustic shoegaze from the depths of Germany.”Breathtaking, devastating, and utterly mindblowing from beginning to end, The Lost Rivers have created one of the most exciting debuts in recent years.” – Drowned In Sound CYRIL SNEAR https://www.facebook.com/cyrilsnear One of Manchester’s most criminally overlooked bands will be playing a new set of songs from forthcoming second LP ‘The Riot Of Colour’, out early 2013. “A blurred vision of what you might have if The Mars Volta, Mogwai and Radiohead were genetically modified into one Mancunian monster.” – Silent Radio BORLAND http://borland.bandcamp.com/ Organically shape shifting electronic drones. “Through simple melody , complex changing rhythms and an exciting, emotive sonic experience Borland … evoke both modern and classic electronica.” – Manchester Scenewipe TICKETS £4 ADV: http://bit.ly/RwOdEA PLEASE NOTE 7PM...

Mmoth Heart Launch EP...

Thursday 1st March Doors 9pm   One snowy December night at the end of 2010 the then 17 year-old school boy Jack Colleran, aka Mmoths, made two tracks and uploaded them to Soundcloud.  Within months the resultant net buzz surrounding his dreamy take on electronica saw him fly to LA for a week of meetings and gigs, remix Interpol and support Aphex twin at the Warehouse Project, and has earned him acclaim from artists as disparate as Bon Iver and Flying Lotus Mmoths’ story demonstrates how quickly and easily real talent can spread across the globe in the modern era, and with a remix coming for one of the biggest bands on the planet as well as some American dates at SXSW in March as well as New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles Jack Colleran is not just the most exciting prospect in Irish electronic music but very much a global concern. Mmoths launches his debut EP at Kraak Galley 1st March as part of a mini uk tour that also includes The Glasgow school of Art and Rough Trade in London. Support BORLAND Founded in 2007 by long-time collaboration partners Rob Gregg and Ian Breen, Borland are best described as a musical mystery.Based in Manchester, UK, their sound is inspired by classic electronica (Aphex Twin, Squarepusher, Autechre), post-rock (Battles, PVT) and all manner of other musical genres (witch house, post-dubstep, laser bass). Rob and Ian both take fundamentally different approaches to musical production, with Ian being proficient in classic guitar and bass, and Rob having over 12 years of electronic production experience. This differing approach to production, coupled to their wide range of musical influences, give Borland a unique sound of equal simple beauty and...