In London between August 7-10? Be sure to get down to Hackney Downs Gallery, where celebrating Gengahr’s recent debut album, is a new exhibition of artwork by members of three of the UK’s best-loved rising bands…
Gengahr bassist Hugh Schulte isn’t just interested in the art of popular song. He’s also a dab hand with a paint brush.
To celebrate the launch of Gengahr’s debut record he’s teamed up with members of Alt-J and Slaves to all display their artwork at the A-Side B-Side Gallery at London’s Hackney Downs Studios.
The exhibition will run from August 7-11.
The gallery is open from 12pm-6pm each day.
Alt-J drummer Thom Green has also contributed work to the exhibition.
Here’s some more of Green’s work.
Slaves guitarist Laurie Vincent also has his work on display as part of the collection.
Vincent is a qualified tattoo artist, and his work displays a similar cartoony style to his ink.
Here’s some more of Vincent’s work.