Marconi Union

After recent gigs in Leeds, Sheffield and Manchester, Marconi Union keep things close to home and play Bury for the first time.

The trio’s live performances blend elements of electronica, jazz, dub and ambience resulting in an emotional and sometimes dreamlike experience. The band perform to a backdrop of subtly emotive films from arts collective DOTCA.

Marconi Union are currently developing new works for future release.


Scissorgun are an electronic music duo consisting of Alan Hempsall (Crispy Ambulance) on guitar, samples and vocals and David Clarkson (Triclops, Illuminati) on synths, samples, rhythms and programming.

They released a 10” vinyl ep and full length CD entitled Assault Two in September 2017.

They are currently working on a new album due for release in 2020.


Antonymes is composer, and conceptualist Ian M. Hazeldine, making music and film at the edge of, deep inside and from above north Wales. At the same time something very firmly definite and a ghostly impression, a careful reduction, a fragile, phantom recollection and rearrangement of the direction and redirection.

Book tickets

The Box @ The Met
£12 / £9.50 concession (inc fees)

Doors 7pm; first band on-stage 7.30pm

Marconi Union Live Transmission

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