Art gallery and performance space in Bradford (UK) hosting exhibitions, concerts, film screenings and other events.

Carla Bozulich / Cables / Errant Grey


Better than Spotify but Harder to Find” – The Leeds Union Music Library is excited to present:


Tickets £8.50 via

"If Boy emerged from the oeuvre of a broadsheet-friendly icon such as Nick Cave, Patti Smith or Tom Waits it would be lauded as an uncompromising work of genius." – Stewart Lee in the Sunday Times

Carla Bozulich’s career is nothing if not impressive. She’s a prolific musician, writer and artist, with a depth and breadth unsurprising given an attitude to collaboration that has led her to working with over 300 artists ranging from Sonic Youth to Silver Mount Zion. In her own words, “sharing is caring”. What is continuous is the strength of her vision, and her voice. Her latest album, Boy, released on the much loved Constellation Records, is 10 tracks of vivid and twisted blues. She promises no two live shows are ever the same. What you can expect is magic.


CABLES is a collaboration between Joanne (UK codes and nodes, and Marlo Eggplant (US string drones and moans). Live laptop processes live instruments.


Errant Grey has neither the patience or hand eye co-ordination to make tape loops, so instead creates gradually degrading looping sequences with modular synthesis and greying hairs.

Fuse is fully accessible. The entrance door is at ground level with no steps, as is the gig space. There is a gender-neutral, disabled toilet onsite too.

UML operates a zero tolerance policy on all forms of prejudiced behaviours, including , but not limited to, racism (and micro-aggressions), sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism. If you experience any kind of behaviour that makes you feel uncomfortable, you are invited to come to us (Annabel Amin, Daoud Al-Janabi - one of us will be stood at the ticket desk at all times) in confidence, and we will do all that we can to seek a solution as swiftly as possible.