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 51 
 on: April 18, 2014, 16:03:26 
Started by discoraving - Last post by discoraving

 52 
 on: April 18, 2014, 12:03:35 
Started by Si_Arnoldi - Last post by pno
I can't remember exactly...a hazy memory, but reckon about 10 years ago(isn)?

Have some friends from down that way that knew about it, and tagged along with them.

 53 
 on: April 17, 2014, 18:03:22 
Started by Out of Hand - Last post by 1984
I've created a quick post for them.  Now out of hand just need to #32 it

 54 
 on: April 17, 2014, 18:02:09 
Started by 1984 - Last post by 1984
#32 event coverage thus weekend http://www.hijackbristol.co.uk/board/the-forum/event-coverage-this-bank-holiday-target-your-market-directly!/

 55 
 on: April 17, 2014, 17:58:52 
Started by mishima - Last post by 1984
It's to go on display from tomorrow at the gallery. Donation box for the boys club with sales of the usual postcards/ prints going to the club. http://www.bristol-culture.com/2014/04/17/banksy-mobile-lovers-bristol-museum/

It's all a bit peado-e imo

 56 
 on: April 17, 2014, 17:40:03 
Started by mishima - Last post by BANK$Y
Finally someone appreciates my repainting jobs on there disused bits of wood...

 57 
 on: April 17, 2014, 12:35:09 
Started by mishima - Last post by Snoo
It's to go on display from tomorrow at the gallery. Donation box for the boys club with sales of the usual postcards/ prints going to the club. http://www.bristol-culture.com/2014/04/17/banksy-mobile-lovers-bristol-museum/

 58 
 on: April 17, 2014, 12:22:29 
Started by suzuki - Last post by suzuki
We Like To Party Presents ........

Jonwayne (Stones Throw)
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Start The Bus
Tuesday 22nd April 
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£4+ Booking Fee
20.00 - 00.00


Jonwayne
Jonwayne came onto the Los Angeles music scene by way of the east Los Angeles club Low End Theory circa 2008-09, then emerging as the epicenter of a new generation of hip-hop beat makers: Flying Lotus, Gaslamp Killer, Nosaj Thing, Kutmah, Daedelus. Fresh out of high school, Jonwayne jumped in with homemade rap mixtapes and immersed himself in the scene. 'It felt like a golden age,' he says, 'it was very inspiring.'
He first became known as a producer, releasing the instrumental album Bowser (2011) but it was his over-sized skill on the mic that caught the attention of Stones Throw's Peanut Butter Wolf, who signed him to record an album as an MC.
As Jon set to work on his debut rap project, he let his presence be known with a series of tapes: Cassette, Cassette 2 and Cassette 3. Each was unplanned, the releases prompted by Jon's prolific output. And by this time even lawyers for the tobacco conglomerate Phillip Morris took notice of Jonwayne, serving him with a cease & desist notice for a cassette that looked like a pack of Marlboros.
Jon Wayne is the MC/producer's birth name. The Hollywood cowboy, John Wayne (real name Marion Morrison) took his famous screen name from Jonwayne's great-great-great-great-great uncle, General'Mad Anthony' Wayne, a player in the American Revolutionary War. True story. Now Jonwayne's taking back the name what goes around comes around.


 59 
 on: April 17, 2014, 12:09:02 
Started by suzuki - Last post by suzuki


We Like To Party Presents.....

Mo Kolour - Live
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22.00 - 03.00

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MO KOLOURS
Mo Kolours is a half-Mauritian, half-English producer, singer and percussionist. On his self-titled debut album he displays dazzling inventiveness and joyous spirit – unsurprising for someone raised on the likes of Jimi Hendrix, Lee Perry and A Tribe Called Quest while remaining ever curious about his Indian Ocean roots.

The album Mo Kolours follows a trilogy of EPs for One-Handed Music that mixed soul, dub, hip-hop, various electronic styles and the Sega music native to Mauritius. Recognising Mo’s singular voice Gilles Peterson invited him to Maida Vale Studios to record a live session for the BBC before his first EP had even hit the shelves. Now Mo counts the likes of Hot Chip’s Joe Goddard and Friendly Fires’ Jack Savidge among his fans.

There’s an exotic appeal to Mo Kolours and his music but there’s also something very British about this record. Mo Kolours follows in the footsteps of UK artists who have synthesised a variety of imported styles and added the indelible stamp of our rainy island, from The Specials and Cymande (who receive a tribute here in the form of Mike Black) to Massive Attack and Mala. His humour reveals an idiosyncratic Britishness too, as when he shouts out forgotten budget rides such as the Datsun Sunny on Play It Loud (In Your Car) or titles his ominous environmental warning Natural Disasters Wish List.

There’s plenty of seriousness here though, from his reimagining of dance music on Afro Quarters to his remarkable rhythmic production prowess: witness the irresistible funk of Say Word or the nagging steel drum hook on lead single and live favourite Little Brown Dog.

This album introduces a generous and endlessly creative talent to the world at large. And, as with his mesmerising live show, Mo Kolours doesn’t just give us a glimpse of the path less travelled but also offers us the fruits of his labours along the way.

 60 
 on: April 17, 2014, 11:54:59 
Started by intrigue - Last post by intrigue
TONIGHT!! SPECIAL GUEST BAILEY OLD SKOOL SET : D

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