The UK promoter has anniversary shows planned throughout 2017, starting with events in Glasgow and London.
Launched in Glasgow in 2007 by Andrew Thomson, the outfit currently encompasses a party, a record label and two sub-labels (Belters, Highlife). Only the first two shows from this year's birthday series have been announced, starting with a homecoming event at Glasgow's The Art School on Thursday, February 23rd. Ben UFO will make his H&P debut, joined by Lena Willikens and a rare live performance by Japan's Sapphire Slows. The following week, on Friday, March 3rd, Thomson and co. will team up with Trouble Vision in London, hosting Axel Boman, Kornél Kovács, Auntie Flo, Mehmet Aslan and more at Corsica Studios.
Tickets are available here on RA.