For their EP launch on Saturday October 24th O>L>A are going underground, to a former garage situated in the last outpost of un-gentrified sprawl in Manchester’s city centre overlooked by Strangeways Prison.

They’ll be joined by Dialect, the solo moniker of Andrew Hunt, also front man of Liverpool’s Memphis Industries-signed five-piece Outfit.  He’ll be collaborating with previous creative partner Thom Isom, Deep Hedonia collective whose work has been shown at FutureEverything and Liverpool Light Night this year.

Patterns’ Ciaran McAuley breaks cover from working on the Mancunian dream-pop band’s second album to present a live electronic set of templates and digital frames that are set to make up the group’s forthcoming material. Plus folk solo artist The Bear Around Your Neck (read our review of his support slot with Foxtales from last month here) and the dark electronic pop of Akranes.

Doors are at 8pm /Tickets £4 from here / More details at Grey Lantern

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