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In late 2013 East London band Glitches hosted a 3 night residency at a decommissioned World War 2 munitions bunker behind Macdonalds in Dalston.

Never satisfied with doing things in a traditional (or easy) way Robbie, James and Michael (Glitches) and their team set about transforming the subterranean shell of a venue into a theatre for their groove laden pop soundscapes and bold orchestrated visuals.

Throughout the process documentary filmmaker Katie Craik captured everything, from the band sweeping away the water that swamped the floor to the climactic party-popper finale…

Words by Danny Kier

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