Gengahr, Alt-J, Bombay Bicycle Club and Slaves all have representation in the latest exhibition hosted by Hackney’s A-Side B-Side Gallery with Gengahr’s Hugh Schulte has created the event running from August 7th – 11th and it’s even bloody free as well.
Hugh says: “Ed and I went to college together so it’s something we have been thinking about doing for a while. I’m also a massive fan of Thom and Laurie’s art and felt it was too much of a lovely coincidence that I have gotten to know all these guys who paint alongside their musical careers. I feel their work is under acknowledged and after a few late night conversations we all agreed it’d be a really nice thing to do. I’m looking forward to their artwork being centre stage for a week. “
This seems like a no-brainer if you’re in the area with Laurie Vincent from Slaves, Thom Green from Alt-J and Ed Nash from Bombay Bicycle Club all showing work you’d be mad not to. To help you mull over the decision here is the latest single from Gengahr.