02 April 2014
Manchester Spins Vinyl EP Launch #1 
Manchester Spins Vinyl EP Launch #1

Manchester Spins, the independent, nonā€profit making, promotional recording project from Yvonne G. Rybka Erskine and Manchester based artists, launches on Record Store Day with the release of its first Limited Edition EP featuring Ash Mountain, in conjunction with an exhibition of work by noted Factory Records vinyl sleeve designer Trevor Johnson.

Both Ash Mountain and Josh Lisuik will be performing tracks from the EP throughout the day. The limited edition coloured vinyl will also be on sale for a special price of only 5.00 GBP.

Saturday 19 April
2pm
The Bay Horse
35-37 Thomas Street
Manchester
M4 1NA

Admission free

Participating local record shops will also be stocking Manchester Spins #1 with Ash Mountain for Record Store Day! (RRP 8.00 GBP)

More info at the Facebook event.

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