Wet Sounds

Glasgow Music and Film Festival presents

Wet Sounds

at the Arlington Baths

Sun 19 Feb 2012 | 6.30pm & 8.30pm | £9

The ultimate underwater musical experience

After the sell-out success of last year’s event, the ultimate underwater musical experience returns to a swimming pool in Glasgow. With the space transformed into a darkened listening chamber and radiating soft light, listeners move in and out of the water as two separate soundsystems create an immersive and unforgettable experience both under and over the water.

Live electronics over water come courtesy of Joel Cahen and La Horrox, with a cinematic electro-acoustic set and voice and modulated electronics respectively.

Please note: This event has been relocated to the Arlington Baths Club, 61 Arlington Street, Glasgow G3 6DT, with events at the new times of 6.30pm and 8.30pm. Locker provisions will not be available but a cloakroom will be available for valuables. Please arrive in good time as we anticipate queues while ticket holders are signed into the venue, and don’t forgot your swimming costume and your own towel.

“Astonishingly immediate, inescapable, and faintly perplexing.” The Guardian


Now in its fourth year, the Glasgow Music and Film Festival is a series of one-off events combining audio and visuals. Lovingly co-curated by film buffs and music geeks from the Glasgow Film Festival and the Arches, the results range from the entertaining to the inspirational to the downright weird.

This year’s festival runs from 16th-26th February 2012 and and comprises a series of gigs at venues across the city, complemented by a programme of music documentaries and fiction films at the GFT. For all the up-to-date news and ticket competitions, follow the GMFF on Facebook.

Suitable for all ages