The Culture Bunker with Lach, Glass Horses and Depresstival
Tuesday, July 24th, 2018
London, United Kingdom
The inaugural misadventure of the Culture Bunker monthly arts, music and thingy night presents: Antifolk journeyman Lach, Glass Horses and Depresstival LACH (pronounced ‘Latch’) is the writer/performer star of BBC Radio 4's ‘The Lach Chronicles’, author of 'The Thin Book of Poems', composer of six albums and founder of the international music and art movement known as Antifolk. “Lach’s Great.” - Bob Dylan “He’s fucking funny!” - Nikki Sixx ( of Mötley Crüe) "The roots of modern songwriting: Bob Dylan, Syd Barrett, The New York Dolls, Nick Drake and Lach!"-Timeout London "The best punk rhythm guitarist since Johnny Ramone."-Billy Ficca of Television "Lach is rarely less than a face-ache funny, beat-punk-unplugged joy, and likely to send you home with several favourite new songs " - The Guardian UK GLASS HORSES - Formed initially in the summer of 2014 in London, Glass Horses released their debut single, Little Tricks, in late 2016 after settling on their current 4 piece line-up. Their second single, Stepping Stones, was released in April 2017, followed by a string of summer shows in and around the London area. Their sound blurs the boundaries between post-punk, psychedelic and shoegaze influences, supplemented by a healthy dose of 60’s infused rock ‘n’ roll for their live performances. DEPRESSTIVAL - Hundreds of thousands of YouTube fans can't be wrong! An Antifolk treasure!