4 Reasons Why You Should Go To The British Sound Project 2017

With British Sound Project 2017 rapidly approaching (it’s this weekend), we at Nothing Left Unsaid are here to tell you that you should cancel all your plans for the 29th/30th and make your way to Victoria Warehouse.

1. The Venue

As we just mentioned, British Sound Project will be taking place once again at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse. Built in the 1900s, this industrial space remains one of the best venues in the city and is the former home of the Warehouse Project, making it the perfect backdrop for this celebration of brilliant music.

2. Foals DJ Set

If you’re anything like us, then you’re praying for a Foals tour to happen soon. Yes they played festivals over the summer, but we need to be back in the sweaty packed out rooms chanting Two Steps Twice. Well unfortunately that might be some time away due to the Oxford quintet currently writing their fifth record, which is probably only in the early stages… However, British Sound Project are bringing the next best thing with a Foals DJ set lined up. So we aren’t getting What Went Down, but Yannis and co. will certainly be showing us how to get down! (Sorry for the dad joke…)

3. The Trinity

A few years ago, all the cool kids (that includes us, we’re not that old) lived for the trinity of The Horrors, TOY and The Wytches. The combination of post-punk, neo-psych and garage was the perfect teen-angst cocktail. Now you can probably tell where this is going… Yep, they’re all on the line-up! So give yourself a middle parting, don your stripey turtleneck and pretend it’s 2012 all over again, except now you’ve got a 9-5 job and student loans to pay…

4. The Price

What’s that? Tickets are only £30 for a day (£20 if you’re student) and £50 for the weekend? Oh boy, that’s some mega deals there my dudes!

So what are you waiting for? Go buy a ticket, go on!

Friday 29th
Saturday 30th

Liam Egan

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