The Magic Band: Farewell Tour At The Fleece, Bristol
Mon 20th Nov | 7.30pm | 20 adv | All Ages* The Magic Band play the music of Captain Beefheart: Farewell Tour www.facebook.com/TheMagicBand Former Captain Beefheart musical director and drummer, John "Drumbo" French leads out the latest version of The Magic Band for one final tour of the UK. A faithful rendition of the best of Captain Beefheart & The Magic Band\'s music is guaranteed. John French was nicknamed Drumbo by Don Van Vliet, aka Captain Beefheart. British Underground commentator and DJ John Peel described Beefheart as the most important figure to emerge from the Rock era of the 1960s and 1970s. Rolling Stone magazine included John French in their 100 Best Drummers Ever (at #48) and declared: (his) toms-heavy, polyrhythmic style would become as integral to the group as Don Van Vliet\'s modernist-blues croak. Don Van Vliet aka Captain Beefheart was a visionary in the field of music. His group, Captain Beefheart and His Magic Band started as a Blues group. Later, drummer John French joined and they recorded an album for Buddah Records entitled Safe as Milk referring to the strontium-90 content found in lactating mother\'s milk. Guitarist Jeff Cotton joined and a second album, Strictly Personal was recorded shortly before a tour of the United Kingdom where famed DJ John Peel had been playing Safe as Milk to a very interested audience. Van Vliet hated Strictly Personal\'s production, rapt with phase-shifting, calling it "Psychedelic Bromo Seltzer". Though for the most part commercially unsuccessful, the groundbreaking album, Trout Mask Replica was hailed by critics who recognised Van Vliet\'s unique and totally original approach to music composition and lyric creation. Produced by Frank Zappa, who gave the musicians six hours to record the bulk of a double album in a single evening, was amazed when The Magic Band recorded it in four-and-a-half. Rumours create legends, and there are many rumours circulating, some exaggeration was thrown in for spice ("I wrote the album in 8 hours" claimed Van Vliet). The truth was even stranger: the band all shared a two-bedroom bungalow with Van Vliet in Woodland Hills for nine months while the album was created bit by bit, transcribed in piano notation by John "Drumbo" French, and taught to the others by the same during gruelling 18-hour days of rehearsal, often interrupted by sessions of Van Vliet\'s own form of group therapy, which turned into what some consider "brainwashing sessions". It was a very intense and creative time as all the players learned to transpose piano parts to guitar, as well as having had their complete identities investigated on an all-too-personal level. Another rumour started by the Captain was that he taught the guys to play. Bill "Zoot Horn Rollo" Harkleroad, Jeff "Antennae Jimmy Semens" Cotton, and Mark "Rockette Morton" Boston had all played in Rock cover bands and made a part-time living during their high school years before \'graduating\' to The Magic Band, replacing the original Blues band members one by one. The music sounded "terrible" to Simpsons creator Matt Groening but, because it was produced by Frank Zappa, Matt decided to give it another try, and then another; finally convinced it was "the best rock \'n\' roll album ever." Audiences were confused, however, because of all the rules being broken. Where was the backbeat? Why did it sound "out of tune" and "rhythmically complicated"? That combined with the obsessive leadership of Van Vliet caused there to be a steady stream of ingoing and outgoing members - which eventually reached about 40 members. In later years musical "fans" of the creations joined the work in progress. Fans such as John Thomas (Keys), Gary "Mantis" Lucas (guitar), Jeff "Moris" Tepper (guitar), Robert Williams (drums), and Cliff Martinez (drums). Van Vliet retired in 1982, after a career of sixteen years and thirteen original albums plus many bootlegs. He became a painter, withdrawing more and more from the public, eventually succumbing to complications of MS in 2010. Meanwhile, John French earlier had the idea of re-forming The Magic Band back in 2001, eventually succeeding in 2003, after finding members willing to give it a try. His first attempt was to re-form the Trout Mask Replica band personnel, largely as they were his high-school buddies, but Jeff Cotton was not interested. Denny "Feeler\'s Rebo" Walley (1975 -78) took his place. Denny had played on a 1975 tour and also is featured on slide guitar on the album Bat Chain Puller. Bill Harkleroad initially was interested but then parted ways when the original promoter became a bit flaky. Gary Lucas (1982) stepped in. Gary had managed Don for the last two years of his career and also had been an official member of The Magic Band on the final Beefheart album, Ice Cream for Crow. For a short time, Robert Williams (1977-81) took the drum throne, as drummer John French sang about two-thirds of the set. After the first promoter started changing the goalposts, the project was put in stasis for a year, until Barry Hogan of ATP came along in 2002 and offered the band good solid guarantees plus created a CD deal wherein the guys could collect themselves in the same studio and rehearse/record. In early February of 2003, they entered Paradoxx Sound studios in the High Desert of Southern California (where the band originated) and recorded Back to the Front, a rehearsal CD. John French played the drums, then overdubbed vocals and harmonica parts, as he had been singing and playing this material for about two years. Barry Hogan (ATP) had contacted the band about playing two festivals: Camber Sands and The Queen Mary Ship (Long Beach, CA, USA); and also promoted a concert in London @ Shepherd\'s Bush Empire. By the time the festival in the States came around (November 2003) Williams went his own way and the group contacted drummer Michael Traylor, who played with TMB until 2006. With the economic downturn, interest faded in The Magic Band and they did not pursue the project again until Barry Hogan once more contacted the group for a festival appearance in 2009 - The Ten Year Anniversary of ATP - Barry\'s. Gary Lucas, who has a solo career, was already booked, and drummer Michael Traylor had injured his knee in a work-related incident. John French had, by this time, released his own solo CD, City of Refuge. Although getting rave reviews, it didn\'t really sell that well. The bottom came out of the industry, as MP3s became the new medium. He couldn\'t get a tour, even though he had a fantastic group of younger players, which included guitarist Eric Klerks, who hails from New Orleans, and drummer Craig Bunch, an LA-based drummer with a great capacity to understand John\'s odd drum-style. The only live performance the "Drumbo" group did was for a Jimmy Carl Black (former drummer of the Mothers of Invention) benefit in the High Desert. With the blessings of Hogan, John invited Eric and Craig to join the Magic Band and play the festival, and the result turned out really well. They were invited again to play at the ATP Festival in 2010, and decided rather than doing a "one-up" that they would book a small tour of the UK and a Dublin show. The tour was well-received and the band clicked as a team. John French\'s book, Beefheart: Through the Eyes of Magic was released this same year and the book was rated as "one of the six best music books" in the UK in 2010. Again, another Festival appearance in early 2011 resulted in another slightly larger tour. Two CDs were released that year. One is the original Bat Chain Puller (recorded in 1976) that had been in Gail Zappa\'s vault since 1975 and was the only album Denny Walley had recorded with Van Vliet. French wrote the liner notes for this set, and a special tribute to Don Van Vliet, who had passed away December 17th, 2010. The other was a Sundazed release, The Magic Band live in Oxford 2005, which was picked as the best of thirteen performances during the UK tour. This was recorded direct from the board digitally, later uploaded by French and mixed in his studio. Also, French\'s book, Beefheart: Through the Eyes of Magic sold out of the original printing and was reprinted in paperback in both paperback and digital media. A new album, simply entitled The Magic Band plays the Music of Captain Beefheart Live in London 2013 was released. These are live digital recordings of The Magic Band at Chelsea\'s Under the Bridge venue, recorded in March 2013. In 2013, the lineup of The Magic Band has changed with the inclusion of Andrew Niven on drums, Craig Bunch having decided to pursue other interests. In 2015, Denny Walley left the band, to be replaced by Grandmothers of Invention guitar hero, Max Kutner. John French considers this line-up to be one of the most accomplished versions of The Magic Band ever. The line-up who will be playing the final tour are: John "Drumbo" French / Lead Vocals, Harmonica, Sax, Drums Eric Klerks / Extended Ranch guitar, BKP Vocals Max Kutner / Guitar and Slide guitar Jonathan Sindelman / Keyboards Andy Niven / Drums The Fleece www.thefleece.co.uk TICKETS www.seetickets.com/event/the-magic-band/the-fleece/1126942 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/?/171120FLEMAGI1 *under 16s must be with an adult
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English National Ballet Romeo & Juliet
English National Ballet, winner of the award for Outstanding Company at the 2016 National Dance Awards, brings the worlds greatest love story to Bristol Hippodrome. Full of action, humour and drama, Rudolf Nureyevs award-winning production based on Shakespeares heart-breaking tale makes a triumphant return for its 40th anniversary year. Sumptuous costumes and sets transport you to Renaissance Verona. Amidst the grandeur of the Capulet\'s ball, our star-crossed lovers meet, unleashing a fateful sequence of events, from the romantic bedroom scene to their tragic final embrace. Nureyevs inventive and passionate choreography is accompanied by Prokofievs exhilarating score performed live by English National Ballet Philharmonic.
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Amusement Parks On Fire + Misty Coast / Exchange, Bristol
Future Perfect & Exchange presents Amusement Parks on Fire Plus Misty Coast Exchange - Bristol Tuesday 21st November 14\'s-18\'s to be accompanied by an adult 7.30pm / 10adv On sale Fri 30th Nov: http://bit.ly/APOFBristol *************** FROM: EGB COMMUNICATIONS RE: APOF 2017 This cable is by way of announcement that the \'ethereal rock\' group Amusement Parks On Fire will recommence operations in November with a live audio and visual performance tour of the United Kingdom and the worldwide release of a new 7 vinyl single Our Goal To Realise via Saint Marie Records on 17/11/17. This disclosure also anticipates the delivery of a new extended-play 12" disc \'An Archaea in 2018, in addition to concert offerings in mainland Europe and elsewhere, scheduled to commemorate the dawn of a new tax year commencing 6th April, as and when the company is inclined, primed and deems it commercially appropriate. _________________________________________________________ Sonic, spiritual and street-credibility support for November\'s undertaking comes in the form of Bergen, Norway\'s Linn Frkedal and Richard Myklebust of The Megaphonic Thrift. As Misty Coast they play minimalistic and dreamy psych-pop. Inspired by the widespread western climate the duo find their sound in the contrasts. The simple encounters the bizarre and the grim becomes the beautiful. Their self-titled debut album is due September 15, and will be released worldwide by Brilliance/Club AC30/Old Flames records/Moorworks, recent single \'Heavy Head On A Body\' was described by GigSlutz, correctly, as \'a dream-pop masterpiece. _________________________________________________________ Amusement Parks On Fire first came to prominence in 2004 with the release of the eponymous debut album, conceived and consummated by founder Michael Feerick and phonically actualised on a shoestring with Nottingham cohabitant Daniel Knowles. Issued on Geoff Barrow (of Portishead)s Invada label, it was described by the NME periodical as \'hedonistic teenage genius\'. A live line-up was essentially preformed and extensively performed with the likes of Dinosaur Jr, M83 and dEUS among innumerable other acts of the era. The unit then retreated to Sigur Rs private swimming-pool sanctuary Sundlaugin in lafoss, Iceland to complete the venturesome sophomore release \'Out Of The Angeles, during which time they experimented with sleep, food and sunlight deprivation at the insistence of V2 Records. After several years of international incidence the band crash-landed in Los Angeles in 2009 to make \'Road Eyes with producers Michael Patterson (Beck, NIN) and Nicolas Jodoin (Arcade Fire, BRMC). Again inspired by the locale, the collection was intended as \'a skewed Californian contemporary-classical\' with Alternative Press characterising it as sun-drenched, challenging and gratifying a near-perfect album. Initially envisaged as a much longer, expansive volume, the record is now newly available to purchase and stream online as a \'deluxe\' edition, appended with a second \'disc\' of nine unreleased cuts and curios but, due to the inferior and essentially theoretical nature of the digital release model, no intrinsic or tangible vessel to verify that the work explicitly exists. Besides brief excursions in western Europe and occasional American acoustic revues, this appearance tour marks the outfits first since their feasibly-final performance in 2010, open-air in Echo Park, California, where a ceremonial blood-letting was staged and after which most of the groups equipment was destroyed.
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Gravy Train: Swedish Death Candy + Yo No Se / 21st November
Gravy Train Presents: Swedish Death Candy + YO NO SE ---------- The Crofters Rights Tuesday 21st November 20:00 - 23:00 ---------- TICKETS FROM: DICE - Just For You dice.fm/event/swedish-death-candy-21st-nov-crofters-rights-bristol-tickets ---------- SWEDISH DEATH CANDY A love of all things heavy? CHECK. A love of Can, 70s Psych and Black Sabbath? CHECK. A pedalboard with more variation than a cheeseboard on Xmas day? CHECK. A multicultural selection of some of the best players the world of new music has to offer? CHECK. The skill to back all that up? CHECK. Welcome to the world of SWEDISH DEATH CANDY! Hailing from the Hassle Records stable the band are coming from pedigree and continually prove it with their explosive live shows. The band themselves are a clashing combination of cultures, boasting members from Italy, South Korea and Britain but calling London their base - they pull completely fair comparisons to Sleep, Bo Ningen and The Doors. But perhaps the most impressive thing about SWEDISH DEATH CANDY is their ability to look back musically and thematically yet create something truly exciting and unique, elevating them above their peers. From just another band into one hurtling into the unknown.
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Will Varley - Trinity - 22.11.17
WILL VARLEY www.willvarley.com After selling out the Union Chapel in London last year, rambling folk singer Will Varley announces his biggest headline tour to date, culminating with a show at Londons legendary Shepherds Bush Empire. Momentum has been growing around the young troubadour since the release of his 4th studio album Kingsdown Sundown and this year he is poised to bring his music to an even wider audience. The album was released in November 2016 to rave reviews, reaching number 5 in the Official Independent Album Breakers Chart and receiving four stars from The Independent. Darkly comic, often politically charged and always emotionally loaded, Varleys live shows have been drawing crowds across the world, and his headline tours have seen him selling out venues from Berlin to New York and everywhere in between. Last summer saw triumphant festival appearances at the likes of Glastonbury and Cambridge Folk Festival, with packed tents shouting along to every word. Its been a meteoric rise for the 29 year old who started self-releasing his albums and travelling around England on foot only five years ago. Since then he signed a deal with independent music champions Xtra Mile Recordings and toured extensively across the UK, Europe and North America opening for supporter and label mate Frank Turner, Scottish heroes The Proclaimers and Billy Bragg. Will Varley epitomises the DIY attitude. From the festival and record label he co-runs in Kent to his self-directed music videos which have clocked up millions of views online, Will revels in being a driving force in every aspect of his music. Since its release Will has been working on more new material and after lots of adventures abroad hes hugely excited about returning for a headline tour in the UK this autumn. WEDNESDAY 22 NOVEMBER TRINITY CENTRE Trinity Road, Bristol, Avon BS2 0NW Doors 7pm Ages 14+ Advance tickets available from: www.alttickets.com www.gigantic.com www.bristolticketshop.co.uk
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PVRIS - Bristol
PVRIS Boston-based PVRIS return to UK shores off the back of their US arena tour with titans, Muse and 30 Seconds To Mars. The alt-trio are set to play a string of headline shows in support of their new album, All We Know of Heaven, All We Need of Hell. Get your tickets via Ticketmaster !! Where: O2 Academy Bristol When: Wednesday 22 November 2017 - 7.00pm Curfew 11PM
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Jaws At The Fleece, Bristol
Wed 22nd Nov | 7.30pm | 10 adv | All Ages* Jaws www.jawsjawsjaws.co.uk JAWS new album \'Simplicity\' featuring \'Right In Front Of Me\', \'What We Haven\'t Got Yet\' & \'Just A Boy\' available now! Get it: http://radi.al/Simplicity The Fleece www.thefleece.co.uk TICKETS www.seetickets.com/event/jaws/the-fleece/1114132 *under 16s must be with an adult
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JAWS At Fleece | Bristol
"Theyve gone from screaming nursery school kids to fully-fledged giants within a couple of years." DIY Magazine Catch Birmingham\'s trio JAWS at The Fleece this November. Tickets: http://bit.ly/JAWSBristol All ages (under 16s accompanied) Doors: 19.30
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BPF Presents: Black Lips - Bierkeller
Bristol Psych Fest is beyond excited to announce our biggest show to date - we welcome The Black Lips with support coming from very special guests being announced soon! The story of the Black Lips began in Dunwoody, Georgia, a quiet, conservative suburb of Atlanta, in the year 1999. Born of a mutual love of Link Wray, The Stooges, and The Ramones, and sealed through a shared dedication to defiance, the band formed after childhood friends Jared Swilley and Cole Alexander were kicked out of Dunwoody High for separate, yet equally bad, behavior. The former classmates took their love of music and restless energy and channeled it into their newly found free time, and joined by friends Ben Eberbaugh and Joe Bradley, the Black Lips started playing shows around Atlanta, at house parties and bars. They spent this time honing their sound garage rock infused with blues, psychedelia, and punk, plus a healthy dose of reckless abandon and released their first 7-inch, Aint Coming Back, in 2002 on Die Slaughterhouse records (named in homage to the flophouse den they called home). Shortly before the band was set to head out on their first ever national tour, Eberbaugh was tragically killed by a drunk driver. Devastated but determined to carry on in Eberbaughs honor, the Black Lips hit the road as a trio just a few days later. Its been 15 years, but that passionate dedication to touring has never left the band. The Black Lips have released eight full- length albums since that first tour, and have traveled the country and the world extensively, making a name for themselves as an electrifying, must-see live act. It helps that the same mischievous spirit that helped speed up their exit from the educational system is still very much alive, thriving in its new environment on stage, resplendent with punk rock theatrics and miscellaneous bodily fluids, amongst other things. The bands energy and unique flower punk sound helped them build a rabid fan base, and after releasing their first two albums through Bomp!, they put out the critically celebrated Let It Bloom on In The Red records. This record garnered the Black Lips features in Spin and Rolling Stone, and they were soon signed to Vice Records, subsequently releasing Los Valientos Del Mundo Nuevo, an ambitious album recorded live at a bar in Tijuana, Mexico, in February of 2007. In their decade-long tenure with Vice, the Black Lips have evolved from wildly crooning over fuzzy, raucous music at house shows full of kids to wildly crooning over fuzzy, raucous music at international festivals in front of thousands of fans. They have toured consistently, with their zeal for travel taking them all over the world, and not without some international adventure: In 2009 the Black Lips went on their first (and last) tour of India, playing shows in Bangalore and Mumbai before chaos struck in Chennai after the band ditched their toned-down presence in favor of classic Black Lips capers, including some not so well received Lips-locking. After the same sex smooching and also Alexander baring his butt to the rowdy crowd, the tours sponsors pulled out and the band was nearly jailed, their passports confiscated by the disgruntled promoters. According to Swilley: The first few shows, we were being really reserved because we didnt want to offend anyone, but they kept telling us to do what we wanted...I guess do whatever you want didnt include kissing each other, and I think Cole mooned the crowd, which is a huge no-no. We had to physically wrestle our passports back from the promoters. It was the scariest 15 hours of my life, but we got out of there. The band ended up taking a 200 mile cab ride to the next province and hopped a flight to Berlin, narrowly escaping Indian prison.
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AGMP presents MORGAN JAMES "A phenomenal talent whose feel for classic soul music is bone deep." - The New York Times The right vocalist can make you fall in love at first listen, elicit tears, or bring you back to a different era altogether. That holds true for New York-based soul singer, songwriter, and Broadway chanteuse Morgan James. On her full-length debut for Epic Records, Hunter, she casts an unbreakable spell with a powerhouse voice, theatrical swing, and a soulful poise. Morgan assumed co-writing duties on eight of the collections eleven tracks and even performed all of her own background vocals and harmonies. She is proud to note that no vocal tuning of any kind has been used on any of her albums. From the empowering farewell of Fed Up On You to the mournful rumination of Say The Words, or the soulful duet with Grammy Award winner Robert Glasper, "Let Me Keep You", she continually bares it allboth emotionally and musically. In addition to "Hunter", Morgan has released a live tribute to Nina Simone, "Morgan James Live", as well as an EP featuring some of her fan\'s favorite covers, "YouTube Sessions". Her latest studio album is her first as an independent artist, and "Reckless Abandon" is her most personal outing yet. Morgan assumed co-writing duties on all twelve tracks and sang all her own background vocals. The album is stocked with lush horns and harmonies, and stretches limbs between genres for a sound all its own.
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Metz + Drahla At The Fleece, Bristol - Thu 23rd Nov
Thu 23rd Nov | 7.30pm | 12.50 adv | All ages* METZ www.facebook.com/metz Since releasing their self-titled debut record in 2012, which The New Yorker called, One of the years best albumsa punishing, noisy, exhilarating thing, the Toronto-based 3-piece METZ have garnered international acclaim as one of the most electrifying and forceful live acts, touring widely and extensively, playing hundreds of shows each year around the world. Now, Alex Edkins (guitar, vocals), along with Hayden Menzies (drums), and Chris Slorach (bass) are set to unleash their highly-anticipated third full-length album, Strange Peace, an emphatic but artful hammer swing to the status quo. "The best punk isn\'t an assault as much as it\'s a challenge to what\'s normal, to what\'s comfortable, or simply to what\'s expected. Teetering on the edge of perpetual implosion, NPR wrote in their glowing review of METZs 2015 second album, II. Strange Peace was recorded in Chicago, live off the floor to tape with Steve Albini. The result is a distinct artistic maturation into new and alarming territory, frantically pushing past where the band has gone before, while capturing the notorious intensity of their live show. Drahla www.facebook.com/drahlamusic Fleece website: www.thefleece.co.uk TICKETS: www.seetickets.com/event/metz/the-fleece/1127659 www.bristolticketshop.co.uk/?/171123FLEMETZ1 * under 16s must be accompanied by an adult
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The Moonlandingz - Trinity - 23.11.17
The Moonlandingz Made up of members of agit-punks Fat White Family and synth prog group Eccentronic Research Council, the Moonlandingz began life as a fictional band on the ERC\'s 2015 album, Johnny Rocket, Narcissist & Music Machine...I\'m Your Biggest Fan. A tale of a female fan stalking her favorite singer, Johnny Rocket, of her favorite band, the outer space rockabilly Moonlandingz, the ERC needed someone to play the band so they brought in Saul Adamczewski and Lias Saoudi of Fat White Family to help out. They recorded an EP to go along with the album and then, buoyed by the experience, everyone involved decided to take it one step further and make the Moonlandingz a real live band. They began working on an album in Sheffield, with the ERC\'s Adrian Flanagan and Dean Honer writing the music, Flanagan and Saoudi taking care of the lyrics and vocals, and Adamczewski adding guitars. When they had the basics down, they traveled to Sean Lennon\'s upstate New York studio to expand their sound and add more musicians. First up were live drums from former Fat Truckers and Add (N) to X drummer Ross Orton and bass from Mairead O\'Connor, then a wide range of people came in to contribute, including the Slow Club\'s Rebecca Taylor, the Human League\'s Phillip Oakey, Randy Jones (aka the Cowboy from the Village People), and Yoko Ono. The resulting album, Interplanetary Class Classics, was released in early 2017 on Chimera Music. THURSDAY 23 NOVEMBER TRINITY CENTRE Trinity Road, Bristol, Avon BS2 0NW Doors 7pm Ages 14+ Advance tickets available from: www.alttickets.com www.gigantic.com www.bristolticketshop.co.uk
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Fri 24 Nov 2017 21.50 to 64.50 incl. booking fee Colston Hall - 20:00 In his first ever live UK headline tour, hiphop and jungle legend Goldie MBE teams up with members of the @Heritage Orchestra and special guests to perform iconic hits and new material on the Colston Hall stage. Alongside classics from his revered back catalogue, the MOBO Award-winning songwriter, DJ and producer will perform fresh tracks from his forthcoming album, The Journey Man, which takes inspiration from Brooklyns B-boy culture. Ever the showman his contribution is pure petroleum; fuel for the fire (DJ Mag) Goldie has described this one of a kind performance as everything past, present and future in [his] music alchemy in its purest form.
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DEEP MEDi X TID 10 - The Weekender Pt.3
This year\'s Weekender is going to be even more special than usual as we\'re celebrating ten years of Teachings in Dub!! Tickets available from next Tuesday (10th July @ 11am) Follow this event to see who\'ll be joining us!
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