William Bennett to headline a night in the cells.
Next month, Bristol’s Bunker – a live music and art event focusing on contemporary takes on industrial music – will take place in the former Bridewell Police Station in Bristol, showcasing some of the finest and fiercest music from the electronic-industrial-noise axis.
William Bennett, erstwhile leader of noise extremists Whitehouse, will headline the night with his percussion-led solo project Cut Hands. Support comes from US analogue noise/techno man Container, London lo-fi post-punkers Blood Music and dub-techno-jungle explorer Black Amiga. DJ sets on the night will come from Rory Gibb and Luke Turner of The Quietus.
The night is part of Qu Junktions and Arnolfini’s Out of Place series and takes place on Friday, November 22, at The Island at Bridewell in Bristol. Advance tickets can be bought here.