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 51 
 on: September 27, 2014, 01:42:26 
Started by Teletraan1 - Last post by Teletraan1
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 52 
 on: September 26, 2014, 17:12:16 
Started by JustinWilliams - Last post by JustinWilliams
You are cordially invited to the following event:
http://knowyourbristol.blogs.ilrt.org/event/bristols-african-caribbean-music-heritage/

Scenes, Soundsystems and Shebeens
11 Oct 4pm-9pm
Trinity Centre
As part of Black History Month, and part of the Know Your Bristol project, we are organising a day of music, talks and food centered on 1970s and 1980s African Caribbean music scenes in Bristol.
We are encouraging audience participation, inviting people to bring their own stories and artifacts (like ticket stubs, flyers and posters) to spark off memories. We draw the afternoon to close with a dance reminiscent of the vibe of this era complete with a trusted Bristol sound-system, top MCs and performers. There’ll be free Caribbean food courtesy of Plantation and a well stocked cash bar to keep the crowd refreshed.
Know Your Bristol is a collaboration between the University of Bristol, Bristol Records Office (BRO), Calling the Shots and several Bristol community groups. We aim to enable people to explore and co-create history, heritage and culture through the lens of local community. To do this we are working with two digital mapping sites which enable groups to upload content (text, images, audio and video) and in-so-doing to create a 'community history layer' for their group.
Whether or not you attend, you are able to map on the site at any time one you have registered for an account: http://www.mapyourbristol.org.uk/
There is also a facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/events/350220911806876/
I hope you can attend the event.
All Best,
Justin
New blogpost: http://knowyourbristol.blogs.ilrt.org/2014/09/23/its-a-bris-ting/

 53 
 on: September 26, 2014, 17:07:02 
Started by SUPA! - Last post by JustinWilliams
Dear All,
Many of these flyers look great and really promote Bristol's musical heritage. http://www.mapyourbristol.org.uk/
I am part of a project which has made a crowd-funded map of Bristol's music communities. If anyone was willing to give permission to put their material on the map, please send me an email.
All best,
Justin Williams

 54 
 on: September 26, 2014, 17:06:16 
Started by Sell_By_Dave - Last post by Sell_By_Dave
TONIGHT KIDS!

Expecting this to be pretty darn busy, so get down early to avoid disappointment. It's free before 11 the  £3 after. Alex on the decks at midnight  Slayer

 55 
 on: September 26, 2014, 14:57:02 
Started by OCDJ - Last post by OCDJ
Now sold

 56 
 on: September 26, 2014, 14:53:10 
Started by Block Party - Last post by Block Party
Mr Vagajiani

 57 
 on: September 26, 2014, 14:13:56 
Started by H(/-\)YDEEZ - Last post by Block Party

I don't know what the point of that Guardian article is though.


What Guardian article?

Whoops Guardian, Independent - what's the difference?  Bad Teeth The article you linked to.

http://blogs.independent.co.uk/2014/09/10/are-the-scots-really-sucking-up-a-massive-subsidy/

This one.   Tongue

 58 
 on: September 26, 2014, 14:05:10 
Started by OCDJ - Last post by OCDJ
Paper printed e ticket. I've checked with blue print tickets and can be used by anyone (card holder doesn't need to be present). I live in Montpelier. Can be collected from mine.

 59 
 on: September 26, 2014, 12:43:35 
Started by Renegade Hardware - Last post by Renegade Hardware


RENEGADE HARDWARE | FRI 7th NOV @ ELECTRIC | MAZTEK LP LAUNCH
10PM-7AM

MAZTEK
LOXY & INK
OPTIV & BTK
BAD COMPANY

CERN B2B ANT TC1
INSIDEINFO B2B JUNE MILLER
COLD FUSION B2B STEALTH
MOB TACTICS
SUBTENSION B2B TRILO B2B VOLATILE CYCLE

Early bird, 1st & 2nd release tickets have SOLD OUT!
£15 FINAL RELEASE TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

BUY HERE: http://bit.ly/rh_nov7_tix
OR http://bit.ly/rh_nov7_tw

@
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Town Hall Parade
Brixton
London
SW2 1RJ

http://www.electricbrixton.uk.com/
http://www.renegadehardware.co.uk/

This November we celebrate our final event of the year at Electric! A highlight event in our calendar not only to sign out of 2014 with a bang but to also launch the highly anticipated debut album: ThreePointZero from Maztek!

Maztek has been working hard over the last year putting the finishing touches to his debut album entitled ThreePointZero. November 7th will be your first opportunity to hear the fruits of Maztek's labour in it's entirety!

Joining the team to celebrate the release we're featuring a host of the label's heaviest hitters, new recruits and some killer special guests too to show you the full force of the Hardware audio spectrum!

You know this cannot be missed. The last Hardware showdown of the year!

 60 
 on: September 26, 2014, 09:28:17 
Started by H(/-\)YDEEZ - Last post by Whagwan

I don't know what the point of that Guardian article is though.


What Guardian article?

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