Monday, March 06, 2006

The Week Ahead

Greetings monsters of mud!

What a night we had last Saturday! The Muddy Team made the Brewery Tap into a magical space like has never been seen there before, filled it with friendly people and made the atmosphere go off like a rocket. Massive thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this event happen and all those that showed their much needed support.

Just waiting for the next Grassroots Party on the 25th now - gonna go boom!

If you are a musician or promoter who would like your event(s) mentioned in this mailout please reply to this address and we'll be happy to add it.

So what's on this week in the local area and beyond?


On Wednesday Anti-Septic Promotions present the next instalment in their promotions at the Fidds. This week's huge punk and metal line-up consists of The Ruined, Fletch Cadillac, The Anti-Trust and Silverguard. Doors open at 7:30 pm and tax is £4. For more info on this event and the regular events Anti-Septic Promotions are bringing to the city see


Unity return to the Fidds on Thursday for another night of fun and frolics. We have a fantastic line-up with the wondeful Istari playing acoustic music, Wake with their full on rock set for the first time at Unity, and The Superpenetraitors with their tongue in cheek comedic death metal warrior cries. Entrance is free before 9:15 and £3 after.

The DJ competition continues at Bogarts on Thursday as well. Entrance is free and you'll get six Dj's playing 30 minute slots competing for a place in the grand final.


If you fancy getting out of the city on Friday night The Synergy Project are throwing their magical monthly party at the seOne club in London Bridge. If you've not seen or heard of these parties before check out for more info. They put on the most inspiring and switched on events you're likely to find.

If you fancy the long mission but want something a little harder and faster check out Freeformation @ Hidden in Vauxhall. It's free entry if you email the organisers. You can get more info and contact details at If you would like to go and want some friendly local bods to go with reply to this mail and we'll put you in touch with some Peterborough contingent who will be there. Closer to home on Friday The Contrast, Columbian Necktie and Remote State are playing at Fidds. This is a warm-up gig before the Contrast boys head of to the USA for another tour. Doors open at 9pm and tax is £4.

System Abuse return to the Limit on Saturday night for another night of 20K drum and bass madness - this time with Renegade Hardware's Skitty on the headline slot, with Offkey Ohm Resistance System Abuse DJ's Khanage and Lethal as well as the usual line-up of SA guys. If you get there early there is a reggae session from Playskool Unity's Shaggy and System Abuse's Urb from 8 till 10.

Deep Roots present Sunday Skool at Lisboa (24 Lincoln Road) on Sunday afternoon and evening. The menu on offer is a righteous mish-mash of up for it funk and soul to lift your spirits high and wear your dancing shoes thin. Entrance is £3 and for every entrance a donation will be made to the children's ward of Peterborough Hospital. Holy vibes guaranteed. Till next time...Have a lovely week and weekend. We look forward to seeing you all in the ether soon.

Peace love unity and respect.

The Muddy Promotions Team--

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