Sculptural Graffiti's Emma Gray: "The idea of using a creative space to deal with important social issues led to the collaboration with Amnesty International and contemporary music for the opening of the 291 Gallery exhibition"
Fallacy & Fusion, who are about to explode onto the scene with their debut single 'The Groundbreaker', (out June 3rd) are to perform at the first night of the Amnesty International UK and Sculptural Graffiti music event this Friday, the 10th May.
Friday 10th May sees Fallacy and Fusion perform alongside a variety of UK sounds - from hip hop to breakbeats to garage with:
Shut Up and Dance
Part 2 (Big Dada)
State of Bengal
DJs will inclue Spellbound, Shax, Vix, and V (winners of the 2002 Asian DJ awards).
Plus special guests to be announced.
Saturday 11th May will be made of established as well as up and coming indie acts and DJs:
British Sea Power
and DJs from Moshi Moshi Records and Track and Field, with special guest DJs to be announced.
Both nights will be audiocast live on www.amnesty.org.uk from 8pm (the 10th & 11th)
The Venue: 291 Gallery, 291 Hackney Road, London E2.
Time: 8pm - 2am (doors open 7.30pm)
Price: £8 per night, on the door