Bring To Light photos

Gnod performing at the library

Thanks to all who came to Bring To Light at the weekend. Our mini Supersonic was a huge success; so many great performances in a new setting.images by Katja Ogrin.

Dinos Chapman

Friday night was a messy start with Black Metal bands Hordes and Deafheaven. The line up then veered into many directions with a stellar performance from Sleaford Mods, an amazing audio visual set from Dinos Chapman and the grin inducing Shangaan Electro. Props to those in the audience who joined Shangaan on stage too!

Deafheaven

Dinos Chapman

Sleaford Mods

Saturday and Sunday saw an array of weird and wonderful performances invade the Library of Birmingham, including deep drone from Robedoor, robotics and theremin from Sarah Angliss, the brain pulse music of Masaki Batoh and psychedlics from High Wolf.

Grumbling Fur

Richard Dawson

High Wolf

Robedoor

Robedoor

Gnod

Kogumaza

Milque & Muhle record stall

Laurence Hunt

Sarah Angliss

Masaki Batoh with his brain wave volunteer Lauren Barley

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Evil Blizzard

Evil Blizzard

You don’t need to wait long for more experimental music in the library, Rhys Chatham and Charlemagne Palestine perform a UK exclusive collaboration on Saturday 2nd November. Support comes from Ex Easter Island Head’s large guitar ensemble featuring members of Kogumaza.Tickets are available via www.birmingham-box.co.uk

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