Bugged Out’s Little Bugger – Top 10 Summer Tunes special
Continuing their weekly Thursday night residency at The Social, Today 10th of August Bugged Out will be bringing down 10 of our favourite DJs around to play us their top 10 summer records!
Featuring the likes of Rory Phillips, Twin Sun, NVWLS, Rigid Disco,Grainger, Henry Fry and lots more! Playing their summer anthems, all ten of them!
2-4-1 on selected beers and cocktails in the basement, and it’s free entry!
Join us at The Social, for a Caught By The River night of music, poetry and film.
Taking place on Wednesday 18 October, A rare live performance from July Skies, as well as a reading from poet Robert Selby, and a DJ set from Kate Carr. There will also be screening Diary of the Last Man, Eamon Bourke’s imaginative film-portrait of the writer and poet Robert Minhinnick, which charts a walk between the mouths of the rivers Cynffig and Ogwr on the south coast of Wales. Minhinnick will perform after the screening.
Tickets are £10 in advance, Purchase here.
Watch a trailer for Diary of the Last Man HERE
NEW HEAVENLY T-SHIRTS IN OUR EMPORIUM:
Here’s hoping for some sunshine…as we release two new Heavenly t-shirts for all your festival needs.
We’re delighted to have a Heavenly college t-shirt with a bright blue logo on white.
Purchase here: http://heavenlyemporium.com/buy/heavenly-college-t-shirt-0/
And, a special David Bailey design, originally conceived for Sounds From he Other City festival earlier this year, we loved David Bailey’s Heavenly Bird so much we had to put it onto a t-shirt.
We hope you like his design as much as we do.
Purchase here: http://heavenlyemporium.com/buy/heavenly-bird-t-shirt/
All t-shirts are 100% cotton and suitable for men and women.
PLUS, we have the new David Bailey design on heavy weight tote bags.
Available soon, so stay tuned…
We all have a childhood venue that’s close to our hearts. A place where your brand new vans stick to the floor, your thrust into your first mosh pit & you’ve spewed outside due the giddy excitement of catching a glimpse of your local hero or this months current hyped band.
Our Katherine has experienced all these feelings at Southampton Joiners, a venue she describes as being pivotal to her passion for live music. Now, her treasured venue is under threat of closure due to the adverse weather conditions leading to critical damage that’s in desperate need of repair.
You can help with a simple donation to The Joiners fundraiser page.
Here’s a message from the venue staff:
The joiners is not a profit making business but exists to provide a platform for emerging and local artists and during Festival season we operate at a loss, therefore we currently have no funds to carry out this work.
We are an independent business and some our staff even work voluntarily to keep the place going. We would really appreciate your help to keep the Joiners thriving into its 50th Year next year.
If you can spare anything please help us to keep this musical community hub flowing and to continue to do what you all love coming here so much for!
If you are generous enough to donate £10 or above, we will donate back in return 1 free entry to any Joiners gig with a ticket price of £5 or below valid until the end of October 2017.
Thanks very much!
The Joiners Family x
Thank you to all those who were involved and contributed to our Test Pressing Auction last week.
We raised an amazing amount of money that we are hoping to increase by auctioning off this run of Gold/Silver and Platinum Disc Awards that we’ve collected over the years. These include discs for artists such as Beth Orton, Doves, The Magic Numbers – Official, The Charlatans, and Saint Etienne Official.
All proceeds will go directly to the victims of Grenfell Tower Fund.
The auction is now live on Ebay.
Check it out here: