Monday, March 17, 2008

This week...


Like many in Bristol, we have not been immune to dubstep's charms over the last few years, and we thought it was about time we turned our attention to all things bass. We are proud to bring you 'dubstep-not-dubstep', a night dedicated to the further reaches of the genre and its crossover points with other leftfield music forms.

We are extremely happy to announce that the mighty Bass Clef will be in attendance. Known throughout the land for his fantastic live sets we thought it was about time Ralph got a chance to show of his DJ skills. Anyone who remembers Ralph's Big Ting residency from a few years ago will know how joyous his sets can be, switching from doo-wop to dubstep to disco and with lots of digi dub thrown in for good measure. With a keen eye for the dancefloor and one of the best record collections I have ever seen, we are in for a treat!

Also joining us and one of our favourite producers, the rising star that is Peverelist (or Tom as most of us know him). We have asked him to play a freestyle set of whatever he likes and to not feel constrained by playing purely dubstep. Should be interesting...

Rounding off the line up is Jay Le Surgeon; UK hip hop pioneer, Imperial Music stalwart and Big Ting operative. After 7 years at Cosies, Big Ting is taking a bit of a breather, and to see her off to cold storage Jay will be joining us with a special Big Ting style set.

Bringing up the rear will be yours truly, and my partner in crime Puffin Jack. Hope to see you there!

The following day I'll be throwing down more of a housey vibe at Summer Summons, which takes place at the hub of Bristol's late night activity, Dojo. I'm on from 11-12:30, so pop down if you can drag yourself out of the house after Friday's shenanigans at Native.

12 Comments:

Blogger clom said...

Hoping to get along to the Friday night after a super long drive from Edinburgh to visit my brother for easter weekend.

And it's my birthday on Monday!

Any suggestions for nice pubs/things to do in Bristol?

1:01 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Alright there Clom - what time are you getting into Bristol exactly? Drop me an e-mail with your full name and we'll get you on the guestlist.

Pub wise, I'd get yourself down to The Bank on St John Street. It's a small pub (50-75 people) with an actual pub rather than bar feel; good ale/cider selection, and extremely affable staff. It's off a little side street from Broad Street (and is also two minutes walk from Native which is handy). Broad Street is adjacent to Small Street, where you can find Native - the windows are all blacked out and there's a little alley where you get in. If you like your cider then head over to The Apple on Temple Quay which is a little boat on the river - it does get quite busy at weekends though, so you might want to steer clear if you've getting there after 9 or so.

If you're getting down earlier in the day, the Commonwealth museum on the top of Park Street is definitely worth an hour of your time. The theme for the current exhibition is 'Love', so might be better if you're with your partner but should be worth checking anyway. Entry is free as well. Rooted Records on Gloucester Road is more out of the way, but great if you want to pick up some dubstep/techno/reggae stuff. Tom (Peverelist) works there and Puffin's also wangled his way onto the books so ask for Tom or Chris if you need any help - they're both very friendly chaps! There are also a few second hand shops along that road (PK Music, Plastic Wax...) so they might be worth a quick browse if you've got the time.

Erm... if you need to know anything else then just ask!

1:49 PM  
Blogger clom said...

cheers richard!

I'll make sure to get along to rooted and a few of those second hand shops. We're staying in the south west for the week so should have time to check out the sights.

2:02 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Oh, and The Bank is on John Street, not St John St! I'm sure that Puffin will chip in soon with some suggestions of things to do.

2:33 PM  
Anonymous clom said...

Thanks for that Richard.
I prefer pubs to style bars so the Bank sounds great.

Have sent you an email.

3:36 PM  
Blogger Puffin Jack said...

hi, er... I think Rich has pretty much summed it up. The bank is proper sound. Gloucester Road is best for record shops, some good cafe's and that for those of us who enjoy 'rabbit food'! One thing though i'm not the only chris at rooted. If you ask for Chris and start talking about TAPE other Chris might look at you a bit confused!

8:20 PM  
Blogger Richard Carnage said...

Hey there Clom - didn't get your e-mail. Try sending it to:
richardcarnes *at* o2.co.uk

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Anonymous porn said...

Pub wise, I'd get yourself down to The Bank on St John Street. It's a small pub (50-75 people) with an actual pub rather than bar feel; good ale/cider selection, and extremely affable staff. It's off a little side street from Broad Street (and is also two minutes walk from Native which is handy). Broad Street is adjacent to Small Street, where you can find Native - the windows are all blacked out and there's a little alley where you get in. If you like your cider then head over to The Apple on Temple Quay which is a little boat on the river - it does get quite busy at weekends though, so you might want to steer clear if you've getting there after 9 or so.

10:30 PM  

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