Studio Tape-Echo Presents: Idiosyncratic Aesthetics at Donuts


This Friday the good folk at Donuts in Bristol play host to an exhibit of the significant body of work from Studio Tape-Echo.

Back in 2009 things kicked off as Alex Diggard started his online underground music blog with a distinctive analogue aesthetic. This DIY styling has continued throughout his work ever since, with us most recently seeing the efforts extend to the stellar printed newspaper. The in-store exhibition at Donuts will see the Bristol shop transformed into a gallery, showcasing the progressing works of Studio Tape-Echo over the past 3 years.

Studio Tape-Echo‘s Idiosyncratic Aesthetics kicks off at Donuts (8 Perry road, Bristol) from 6pm with Jeremiah Weed supplying beverages keeping the juices flowing until 10pm. The after-party then continues at The Bank of Stokes Croft with selecta duties from the heads behind both Tape-Echo and Donuts.

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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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