[Events] 2006-01-29 14:00 // Shortwave @ 93 Feet East, Brick Lane,
paul at makepeace.net
Thu Jan 26 16:11:45 GMT 2006
Couple of events for a nice loungy Sunday recovering from Saturday's
inevitable self-abuse. Starting from a brunch-friendly 2pm onwards
throughout the night, serving up films, bands, DVDs, visual effects,
and hot young thangs.
First up over in E1,
``Shortwave, the award winning bi-monthly showcase of emerging talent
in film, music and video art returns to 93 Feet East on Sunday 19th
February. The line up includes short films, live bands, DJ's and
VJ's. Live music comes courtesy of Rubicks, North of Ping-Pong, Control
Z! Control Z!, Crack Village and Dolores.''
Date: Sunday 19 February 2006
Time: 14:00 open, 16:00-19:00 films, 19:00- bands
Where: 93 Feet East, Brick Lane, E1 6QL
Cost: Free, with donations requested (i.e. probably a few quid)
Tube: Hike from Liverpool Street or Aldgate East
Rubicks return to showcase tracks from their debut album - In Miniature -
due to be released in the spring. The album has been honed over the past
two years, working with Alan Moulder (Killers, My Bloody Valentine, Yeah
Yeah Yeahs) and support slots with Gary Numan, The Faint and Gonzalez.
North of Ping-Pong (aka Charlie Creed Miles and friends) mix London
rhymes with looped beats, throwing shapes for the last year or so at
Shortwave catch them now before they go through the roof!
Another filthy electro audio visual experience bolts from the stable
door of Punkvert in the shape of Control Z! Control Z! bringing with
them words of wisdom, filth and satire for your aural and visual pleasure.
Crack Village are building an enthusiastic and loyal fanbase with their
irreverent brand of hip-hop, mixing in live brass, human beatboxing and
punk rock attitude together with electro and breakbeats. They will be
showcasing material from their debut album 'Children of the Wrong God'.
After a series of acoustic showcases around London, Dolores - a.k.a. Beck
Witkowska and Barney Calman - are returning to Shortwave, where they
will be joined by Andrew Elms on drums, and turning the volume up to 11
to deliver their own unique dirty rhythm and blues sounds.
Visuals come courtesy of Punkvert - Gender-bemused duo Candi's Flipped
and Funkcutter have hosted polysexual parties around the world. Their
first audiovisual album 'Wishing Up The Marks' premiered in San Francesco
Joining the dots between audio and visual in the main hall will be
resident DJ Rob Wray and John Reynolds (BI-wire). In the pink bar we
have DJs Nervous Stephen, Joe Egg (Negligee), Gid (Pigeonhold) and Emily
(The Extraordinary Dancing Bazaar) playing funk, disco, Electro and House.
[[ later event follows this email ]]
Paul Makepeace .............................. http://paulm.com/inchoate/
"If my brother were my sister, then let the devil take the hindmost."
More information about the Events