Another great night of music and film from the DECAGRAM Collective this week, at Henry’s Cellar Bar, Edinburgh – with a new format, music right from the start of the night, with films in between sets. And arriving at a new departure for us music-wise: Hip-Hop.
Featuring a barnstorming headline set from MC Loki playing material from his forthcoming new record: ‘Government Issue Protest Music’.
With support from River of Slime, and an audio-visual collaboration between Euan Mackenzie and Stephen Paterson.
The night was finished off by DJ sets from DJ Sokol, and Skint Richie.
We also featured social-realist and documentary films by Tomas Sheridan, Ilona Kacieja, Duncan Knowles and Scott Willis.
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