Tuesday, March 28, 2006

What's on this week

Greetings vibrations in the single mind of almighty consciousness!

It's time to look to the week ahead again! Have your diary at the ready.

Also, don't forget that if you are a musician or are involved in putting on an event of any sort email us the details the week before and we will add it to this post.

What a week the Muddy world had last week! Here starts the next good one:


Pixie Skin's third outing is taking place at The Solstice on Wednesday. Entrance is by voluntary donation. The flavour of these nights is jazz, folk and world music and this time around includes performances from Dana Wylie, Abi & Stacey of Point of Origin, and Vince and Nathan of Circus. Artwork from local and not so local artists will also be on display to pleasure your eyes.


Unity returns to Fidds on Thursday with Folkwit artist Andy Whittle taking the acoustic stage (if you missed this guy at the Equinox Party don't miss it again - one of the finest acoustic acts to hit this city). Later on Point of Origin will be taking centre stage with their unique fusion of reggae, hip-hop and funk to pleasure your dancing feet and make your funky asses wiggle. As always entrance is free before 9:15 and £3 after. Doors open 8:30.

If your hardcore heads desire a monster sized feast of metal Vortex Present metal wonders Smokescreen, Vendetta, Soretooth and Vulgar Onslaught. The event is taking place at The Park and door times are 8:30 till late Door tax is £4, with a special offer of 3 for the price of 2.

Urb (System Abuse/Unity) is back in Bar Lisboa for the late night Thursday session running 12 midnight till 3am.


The Round Corners are in Bogarts on Friday night serving up folky melodies featuring Elgin's beautiful voice. Music will be 9pm onwards and entrance is free.

Anti-septic Promotions return to Fidds on Friday with a diverse line-up of post-hardcore, emocore, piano rock and acoustic music from The First, Car Crash Lullaby, Fleeing From Finales and Lost On Campus. Door tax is £4.

If you've got your stomping feet on and require some hard dance, breaks and drum and bass Audio Collective are returning to Bar Lisboa on Friday night (8pm till 1am). Entrance is free.


Opaque are presenting their monthly Opaque and Jam event at Bogarts on Saturday night. Bring your instruments and your inspiration!

Also on Saturday The Brewery Tap is playing host to two of our cities finest bands - The Gangsters and Silverspace. Music starts around 10pm. For those of you that know Tashabear it's her 21st next week and this will be her birthday drinking session - followed by a birthday chilloiut at Deep Roots (see below).


At the Fidds heats 2 and 3 of the battle of the bands competition where Point of Origin won the first heat. This week at 2pm we have Heat 2 featuring Switch Theory, Paul Etherington,and Capo Jr. Then heat 3 is on at 8pm with Matter of Distance, Silent Ground and First Aid Boy.

Deep Roots are returning to Bar Lisboa on Sunday afternoon and evening for a laid back session of funky grooves to bring your weekend to a happy close and leave a smile on your face.

.....and Farewell

Till next time - keep it Muddy and keep smiling.

Peace love and unity to all.

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