Photo Gallery: British Sound Project, Victoria Warehouse, Manchester
The British Sound Project at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse boasted a heavyweight (and somewhat nostalgic) bill, as well as a second stage showcasing some of the North West’s best up and coming bands.
Northern Soul’s Head Photographer, Chris Payne, was there to document a cracking night featuring the likes of Dodgy, Reverend & The Makers, Badly Drawn Boy, Black Grape and Primal Scream – as well as Cupids, Glass Caves, Idiot Kid, and The Watchmakers.
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