Caught by the River’s upcoming Fiction event at Hebden Bridge Trades Club has had a night of DJs added onto the evening.
The excellent line-up includes Manchester’s Annabel Fraser (White Hotel/NTS) and familiar CBTR faces Emma Warren, Adelle Stripe and Diva Harris.
They’ve also added the option of suspended tickets for both the daytime and evening events, to ensure the event is inclusive.
Read more about suspended tickets here.
Tickets for the daytime event, featuring Wendy Erskine, Jessica Andrews, David Keenan, Helen Mort, Anna Wood and Emma Warren, are available here. Tickets for the evening event are available here. If you would like to claim a suspended ticket, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Poster by Louise Mason.
Glastonbury’s “dance tent with a difference” has an absolutely incredible line-up for their 11th year on Worthy Farm.
Massive names such as Four Tet, Mark Ronson, Pearson Sound, Friendly Fires and Craig Richards will all be taking to the decks in the tucked away bar in the Park area of the festival.
Oh, and we’ll be playing too, early evening on Thursday, and later on Sunday night right after the Orielles’ DJ set!
Check out the whole jam-packed line-up and keep up to date with things here.
After their triumphant return at The Royal Albert Hall in March, Doves have reissued their first three albums, Lost Souls, The Last Broadcast and Some Cities, originally released on Heavenly Recordings throughout the first half of the 00’s.
Each album is pressed across two coloured vinyl LPs, with the original artwork and packaging.
Head to Piccadilly Records’ website to read their love-letter write ups and buy the LPs.
Featuring Kenney Jones in conversation with Terry Rawlings and Eddie Piller plus DJs playing
R&B * NORTHERN SOUL *JAZZ * SKA * FUNK * REVIVAL
* ROOTS REGGAE * PSYCHE AND GARAGE * CROSSOVER * 60S BEAT * MOD and of course.. The MODCAST CURVEBALL2 VENUES IN ST LEONARDS, HASTINGS
Taking place on the weekend of Friday 18th October to Sunday 20th October, across TWO venues in the picturesque setting of St.Leonards, Hastings.
Our Jeff is also on the decks amongst a whole host of legends
Following the release of her incredible and inspiring debut book Make Some Space documenting the London venue Total Refreshment Centre, author, journalist and DJ Emma Warren will be heading a workshop at Liverpool’s Naked Lunch Cafe.
The workshop will focus on ‘How To Document Your Culture’, helping you focus on how best to tell your stories and the importance of doing so. The workshop is free, but limited to just 15 spaces.
Sign up here.
Following the workshop will be an open-to-all panel discussion with Emma, Bernie Connor (The Sound Of Music), Catherine Tackley (Professor of Music at the University of Liverpool) and more local guests.
No reservation is necessary, with doors opening at 7:30 and the open discussion commencing at 8.
Following the talk will be a DJ set from Emma + local selectors!
Find out more and RSVP here.
Bristol’s brilliant Friendly Records is reaching it’s 3rd year of business and are throwing a party to celebrate!
Taking place on Saturday July 13th, music and beer will be flowing through the shop and bar, and you’ll have a chance to grab a bargain or 10 in their half-price record sale!
Poster by the always amazing Pete Fowler.
We’re really looking forward to this evening of spoken word at The Social on June 3rd.
Organised by Violette Records, the event features a line-up jam-packed with amazing authors, all of which are friends and favourites of ours.
Grab a ticket here.