Check Out These Impressive Paintings By Gengahr, Alt-J And Slaves

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…

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Gengahr bassist Hugh Schulte isn’t just interested in the art of popular song. He’s also a dab hand with a paint brush.

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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.

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The exhibition will run from August 7-11.

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The gallery is open from 12pm-6pm each day.

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Alt-J drummer Thom Green has also contributed work to the exhibition.

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Here’s some more of Green’s work.

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Slaves guitarist Laurie Vincent also has his work on display as part of the collection.

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Vincent is a qualified tattoo artist, and his work displays a similar cartoony style to his ink.

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Here’s some more of Vincent’s work.

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