Tuesday, September 26, 2006

What's on this week

Greetings elvish ones and elvis ones!

Big thanks to all of you who made the Grassroots Equinox Party so much fun - all of the acts put on superb performances, eclectic ballroom and deep roots had downstairs rocking, and the vibe was looverly! Now looking forward to the Libra Party on 7th October, with Tarantism making a return visit to the boro as part of a kick-a*s line-up!

Our shout outs also go to the Twit Twoo bods (you may remember them as Sam and Nikki , residing in the psychedelically decorated tent near the food stalls at Grassroots this summer). Twit Twoo is a magazine of stuff for people of all ages, full of wisdom and thoughtful word that make you grin. Check out their website at www.twittwoo.com where you will also be able to find details of the magazine.

So without further ado what's on this week?


Tonight the Mr Zed posse are taking over the Cambridge Junction to give you 5 acts for £5. Joining the Zed will be clown-core genius Ed Cox , Opaque , Skellington Stef and Vacuum on Vacuum . Doors open at 8pm and it will be a wicked night.

Meanwhile at the Glass Onion it's soapbox night - your chance to have a mass debate in public. It all got very passionate last week. Starts around 7:30 pm.


Pixie Folke club open mic and jam session is in Lisboa on Wednesday night from 8:30. It's free entrance so bring your instruments, your ears, your friends and your positive vibes.


Thursday is time for Unity. This week we have two great bands for your listening pleasure. Loose Baby Charlotte are a very tight and professional sounding local indie act, and The Librarians are an up and coming young alt-rock band with strong folk and country influence. The Unity jam session will open the night from 8pm and DJ Urb will take things through to the early hours. Entrance is £2/£1 to Muddy members.

The Glass Onion has it's cinema night on as well so if you fancy something a little quieter you know where to go.


Contact return to Lisboa on Friday with an amazing line-up of electronic weirdness. I-tal tek (Planet Mu/Wrong Music) is on the bill alongside Soundhacker (live PA - Cactus Island records) and Sys-Ex (Inceptive records) plus much much more. Doors open at 9pm and kick out time is 4:30 am. For more details visit www.drip-dry.com.

Meanwhile its open mic night down the road in the Glass Onion, bring your tunes with you!


It's time for drum and bass in The Park on Saturday night courtesty of Bass Camp, with DJ Hazard (Ganja Records) and True Playaz at Fabric and local boy Scar Red (System Abuse) alongside Bass Camp regulars and residents.

For a live option check out the Punk Club at Lisboa, doors open 8pm and you'll get a healthy serving of three live punk bands and DJ's. Entrance is £3.

Alternatively the Met Lounge is hosting one of our favourite local bands Columbian Necktie (along with Sennah and headliners Brigade , who feature Charlie from Busted's brother.......what a claim to fame....lol......Tickets cost £6 in advance. Message the Necktie on myspace for tickets.


Time to chill out with the Deep Roots bods from 6pm on Sunday. The BBQ in the garden will be crackling away and the DJ's will be serving up laid back Sunday night grooves to set you up for the week ahead. Entrance is free.

....and Finally

Our friend Lea from St Ives has just set up an internet based T-Shirt company with some wickedly funny stuff on it - check it out....but be warned there is some amusingly offensive stuff going on here:


Anyhoo, till next time - peace love unity and respect.

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