Alex Digard ‘Analog Love’ Exhibition

Tomorrow Bristol record shop and local electronic music hub, Idle Hands plays host to ‘Analog Love’ an art and photography exhibition featuring the works of Alex Digard.

This exhibition calls attention to Digard’s indelible documentation of the Bristol underground, capturing the atmospheres of the seminal Bristol dubstep night Dubloaded to the legendary Rooted Records and including portraits of some of the scenes most important names to date.

Alex is a true fanatic of the underground and he proves this in his art, photography and his Tape-Echo publication & website of which I am a complete fan of.

This is a talent well worth the showcase so make the effort to check out ‘Analog Love’ opening 7pm Thursday 21 July at Idle Hands record store on Stokes Croft. With music from Ossia and Kowton as well as Tape-Echo DJs Neka and Transient, it’s the place to be Thursday evening. Head to Alex Digard Photography or Tape-Echo to see Digard’s work.

Luke Pinot

Co-founder of music blog Bass Ache and an active part of Bristol's music scene, Luke manages our mixtape series as well as contributing to other areas of The Daily Street.

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