Sunday 1st May 2022 Chapel Street Salford
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Presenting our new website

David Bailey taking a selfie in a toilet where all the walls are covered in his black and white illustrations

Its been a long while overdue but we are very excited to finally be able to unveil our brand new website, courtesy of the creative mind of our long-term illustrative ally, David Bailey (pictured) and the fantastic team at Project Simply. We love it and think that it at least gets close to reflecting the real-life feel of being at Sounds – no mean feat.

Over the coming months we’ll be revealing more of the site as we release information on this years promotors, artists, and venues and we’ll also be shining a light into our archive. In darkest days of the pandemic, we found some solace in sifting through our archives and reminiscing in some of our favourite moments.

We’ve began to document on our This is SFTOC page and we’ll be gathering and sharing more stories, videos, photos and anecdotes from our now sizable history. If you’ve got a story to tell drop us a line on info@soundsfromtheothercity.com

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