Discussion in 'music, bands, clubs & festies' started by Jo/Joe, Mar 23, 2006.
I see Juan Atkins is doing some live Cybotron dates next spring.
Cybotron | Barbican
I'm going to this show in Salford tomorrow - Some minimalist pieces by Reich and Xenakis, plus some new compositions and a collab with Bristol electronica dude Vessel. Should be good - they're also doing it in Newcastle tonight, Hull friday and London on Saturday.
100 Demons — Manchester Collective
I dunno quite how this is going to work, but the Manchester camerata are performing some of William Basinski's 'disintegration loops' in manchester in April. Could be amazing perhaps
William Basinski: The Disintegration Loops - Albert Hall Manchester
Blimey, he doesn't look like the dude in the Maxell ad any more. He wore his bald patch with pride though.
A shame Leeds Poly always seems to have dreadful sound for the first three tracks of any gig.
Was thinking about that, not sure I could justify spending 70 quid on 2 tix.
I always regret heritage shows, though as ever there's a Pavlovian response
COSMIC PSYCHOS just announced a europe tour in 2019.... not sure if that counts as heritage.... i reckon not as they are still doing exactly the same thing as they always have done... def up for a gig anyway.
it was pretty busy at last nights General Echo
hope you had a good one!
Got the Delines coming up in February, and Stewart Copeland in March Also Jesca Hoop which I'm really excited about, but that's not till October I think.
Bongolian on Sat Feb 2nd- my next dancing night.
John Cooper Clarke - Feb
The Delines are touring in Jan/Feb
tour » The Delines
Sleafords in May.
Boro in March. Booked.
Woo, just got tickets to see Robyn in April Who do I know that might want to come with me? Rebelda?
Oooh it would depend on when cos of exams but if it's after I would love that!
Saturday 13th - hope you can!
Kristen Hersh and Bodega this year, probably nothing else as I'm trying hard to save money.
Kraftwerk in April. Yay!
Just got round to booking for Du Blonde at the beginning of March. Should probably sort the Mekons out too.
March and May for me
Ground control to Monty Don.
Anyone going to see Half Man Half Biscuit in Exeter or Cardiff in March?
Wu Tang Clan, Public Enemy and De La Soul, on the same bill, in May. Plus DJ Premier.
GODS OF RAP
Molly Tuttle touring the UK (and the occupied 6 counties) in Feb.
Tour — Molly Tuttle
I saw The Stallion live last night, which is a couple of the Country Teasers covering pink floyd's The Wall and making it even longer in the process. I understand this doesn't sound that appealing but it was genuinely the best gig I have probably ever seen... beyond a gig really.... there were amazing visuals too.... it was like a crazy acid trip. If they ever do it again (which with the amount of work that has gone into it I would imagine they must do) it is a total must-see.
Sorry this is suuuuper short notice, but we are djing at the Ravenswood Eat Or Heat fundraise TODAY in Walthamstow! Some big names there it looks fun! ska invita littleseb Rutita1 Fozzie Bear
"Here's the mix of artists making up the initial announcement:
Joe Goddard b2b Pete Fowler (vinyl set) [member of Hot Chip and the 2 Bears, songwriter, producer, DJ, remixer and co-founder of the Greco-Roman label, meets Seahawk, artist, Hot Chip tour DJ]
Ulrich Schnauss [leftfield German producer and remixer]
Alex Paterson [LX from The Orb, need we say more? He's doing a special Orb DJ set...]
Anna Prior [drums for METRONOMY as her official job]
Anthony Chalmers [the brains behind Baba Yaga's Hut]
Ali Friend [the bass from RED SNAPPER OFFICIAL BAND]
Richard Fearless [of Death in Vegas and Black Acid]
DJ Risco [mysterious DJ]
General Echo Sound System [local dub curators]
Bit Cloudy [East London soundscaper]
WheelUp Soundsystem [providing the customary, custom made sounds]
Eastern Front and friends [straight from playing at the ruddy Tate Modern!]
Flying Mojito Bros [country-fried disco and house]
Adrian Spurdon [DJ/father/coffee enthusiast]
David Powell [the Spun Out Agency connection]
Bustawidemove [Jungle maestro]
Balearic Sabbath [?]
Halina Rice [Electro purveyor]
Joy Anonymous b2b Steel Worker ["gloriously extra-dimensional pop music" according to Clash Mag]
Jack Gelling [Pillars' resident DJ]
Vital Sound [dubplate master]
Mack Parnell [junglist.]
Stow-Lab [a community project for electronic music makers from Walthamstow and the surrounding area]
Huge thanks to our supporters for making this possibe again - The Stow Brothers, Sodo, The LVE Charitable Foundation, and Perky Blenders Coffee Roasters.
Tech support from The sound mechanic (and of course WheelUp Soundsystem)
Presented in conjunction with Mark of These Days and Walthamstow Rock 'n' Roll Book Club and Dan. We look forward to seeing you there!"
Oh yeah. Got tickets!
BRING DA RUCKUS!
Yeah and dance music in art galleries is kak
Very tempting...Rap in an arena though .. not sure
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