Soundcrash Launch Night
Live sets from...
The Bug & Warrior Queen
DJ sets from...
A La Fu (Big Dada)
Powered by Mungos HiFi Soundsystem
Meanwhile, downstairs in the dirty, dirty Vic Bar....
The Ballers Social Club 1st Birthday party feat..
Platinum Pied Pipers (Ubiquity) - full live band
Andrew Meza - DJ set (BTS Radio,Ubiquity)
Hudson Mohawke + FineArt
The Art School
£8 advance tickets available from Vic Bar and Tickets Scotland
£10 on the door
In recent years Soundcrash have been working London hard and running folk ragged with meaty names like Luke Vibert, DJ Kentaro, and Hexstatic, supplemented with healthy doses of Krush, Vadim, and Kode9. About time, then, they brought their self-proclaimed rag-tag assortment of vagabonds, miscreants and a roll call of musical ingénues / geniuses northwards to Glasgow. And on 12th September at the Art School, a launch party we shall have...
The Bug and Warrior Queen are live and are on the Mungo's Hi-Fi rig. An unrivalled soundsystem to bombard you with dark animal beats and bass that throbs; there is no better way to experience this. After the last Mungo's / Warrior Queen ram-jam session in February of this 2008, this is a volatile combination of elements with the catalytic (cataclysmic?) addition of the almighty Bug himself, fresh after the recent release of London Zoo (Ninja Tunes). The Bug's latest album features 2007's landmark release Poison Dart with Warrior Queen, as well as equally troubling numbers with Flowdan, Tippa Irie, Ricky Ranking and Spaceape. Otherworldy, hypnotic and slightly deathlike, London Zoo is an exquisite and devastating response to an unseen threat.
DJ A' La Fu (Big Dada / Ninja Tunes) has been working in association with some of the most respected names in hip-hop consistently since 1996 – Infesticons / Majesticons, Roots Manuva, Mike Ladd - and involved with seminal label Big Dada since its conception. A selector with an ear for the extraordinary (listen, and then listen again to his Well Deep Retrospective on Big Dada) his mixes are much-loved and much-pimped by both his labels and all of his many listeners.
Memory9 aims for more than glitch with his dub-inflected musings; intense, genre-resistant electronic mashups and music. A self described 'electronic postmodern deconstructivist luckdragon on wheels', it would be perhaps more accurate to place him up high, where he belongs, next to Prefuse 73 and Autechre. This event will mark and celebrate the release of his Terpsichore EP (Soundcrash Records).
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