Foundations 2019 didn’t quite work out for a whole range of reasons, but from 6pm on the 2nd of November AnalogueTrash and Valentine Records will be throwing a free ‘Fuck
Foundations 2019 didn’t quite work out for a whole range of reasons, but from 6pm on the 2nd of November AnalogueTrash and Valentine Records will be throwing a free ‘Fuck Brexit’ party at The Peer Hat featuring no less than 6 of the acts from the Foundations line up (and friends), plus DJs.
The event features Manchester’s favourite electropunks St Lucifer, Peel favourites and ironic-pop maestros Spray, genre-bending electronic act Valentich, LA-based electro duo Vain Machine, Bristol industrial rock stalwarts Caffeine Kill, local art-rock heroes Weimar and very special guests ded.pixel, who will be performing their final Manchester show of the year.
The line up is dutifully supplemented by AnalogueTrash’ own team of resident DJs who will be spinning a glorious mix of party bangers and alternative anthems before, between and after the bands.
Entry is completely free, but we’ll be taking donations on the night for The Trussell Trust – a national organisation who provide food banks, support and other services to people in poverty.
Come join us in saying a hearty ‘fuck you’ to Brexit and the architects of this terrible mess, while enjoying some brilliant music from an eclectic mix of bands and, of course, doing our bit for people who need a helping hand.
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Peer Hat
14-16 Faraday Street, M1 1BE