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

worriedaboutsatan / Sunset Graves


worriedaboutsatan are a Yorkshire based electronica band who incorporate swirling ambient melancholia, skyscraping post-rock guitar atmospherics, and pounding slo-mo techno.

Since starting life as a bedroom project back in 2006, the band have won acclaim from the likes of Pitchfork, Drowned in Sound, The Guardian, Resident Advisor, FACT and many more over their decade long career.

They've so far shared stages on tours and supports with a diverse array of musicians, such as Underworld, Olafur Arnalds, Clark, Dalek, 65daysofstatic, Tim Hecker, Pantha du Prince, Braids, HEALTH, Kiasmos, and many more.

November 2016 saw the release of their new album 'Blank Tape' with support from RA, The Guardian and even making the top position of Bandcamp's recommended releases. Collaborators on the album included Liverpool stadium rock band Anathema and Bristol's soulful Face+Heel.

The band worked closely with BBC film maker Adam Curtis on composing and acting as music supervisors for his 'HyperNormalisation' documentary, providing music alongside Burial, Brian Eno and Nine Inch Nails. Their mix for Ninja Tune's 'Solid Steel' series was dedicated to the music used within the film.

Sunset Graves is the core music of Andy Fosberry, bringing percussive, soundscapes and drum heavy bass music from the dark south.

Having recently contributed a track to the massive #SAVEFABRIC compilation, he is about to release his new album 'Dead City Hymnal' on February 24th.

2016 was the transitional year for Sunset Graves. The album 'In Blood' was released in March, receiving support from BBC6 Music via Maryanne Hobbs, Tom Ravenscroft and Gideon Coe, with online features and track premiers across Clash Magazine, Data Transmission, Hyponik and Shout4Music among others. He was also out on tour with worriedaboutsatan, Thomas Ragsdale, and supporting bands such as Three Trapped Tigers.

Here in 2017, armed with a new record and brand new A/V show, his set is mostly all new material, all performed live - all hardware - all in the moment.