Following their exceptional show at Green Man 2015, God is in the TV are very excited about seeing iconic Leftfield as they curate their own night at Manchester’s Warehouse Project at Store Street on Saturday 12th December 2015.
One of the UK’s most influential dance outfits of all time, the band’s seminal debut Leftism is frequently voted as one of the top British albums of all time but their subsequent work is equally as impressive. 1999’s Rhythm and Stealth continues to be a true gem of its type but it was this year’s exceptional Alternative Light Source which has catapulted Leftfield back into the public attention. Featuring Sleaford Mods, Channy Leaneagh of Polica and Tune Adebimpe of TV on the Radio, the album has been a huge critical and commercial success and has proved that after all these years, the band are still developing, innovating and subtly crossing boundaries to create something truly unique.
Though all eyes will be focused on the band themselves, the undercard for the night is equally impressive with a combination of new and old acts jostling for position including George Fitzgerald, Pearson Sound, Paranoid London, Now Wave DJs and the mid-90s influence being revisited with Adrian Sherwood and Justin Robertson. It promises to be a truly great night and in the ambiance of the new Store Street venue, The Warehouse Project aims to get back to the truly underground, secretive and thrilling atmosphere of old. Frankly, we can’t wait!
This is really not an opportunity to be missed – one of Britain’s finest electronic acts in such a unique venue. See you there down the front. I’ll be the one going nuts when they drop “Release the Pressure”…