Deep in the basement, beneath the galleries and lecture theatres, something new fuels the boiler room and ancient generators. Strobe and haze through neon pipes ignite the Former Women’s Locker Room back to life. Down the corridor awaits INCINERATOR; Electro, Disco, Dance and Techno.
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MISS WORLD: Former Women’s Locker Room Residency
Shonen Knife are a ground-breaking all-female Japanese, pop-punk rock trio formed in Osaka in 1981, when Naoko Yamana first heard late ‘70’s punk-pop, particularly The Ramones.
Scotland’s indie-pop optimists The Spook School come to Edinburgh with their 3rd record ‘Could It Be Different?’. It’s been a journey of self-discovery and feel-good realism; modern, dance-friendly indie-pop fuelling the fun.
Recorded in the Song, by Toad HQ, The Happiness Hotel, the latest addition to the Adam Stafford opus is Fire Behind the Curtain. The neoclassical L.P. is a testament of hope in his battle against depression. It was written over an 8-year period and inspired by Adam’s love of Meredith Monk, Michael Gordon and US Minimalism.