NHS Hack Day 2 is a weekend event in Liverpool that brings together software developers, doctors, and health care leaders to create disruptive solutions to problems in the health space. NHS Hack Day 1 was in London.
Normal service continues this week as I played an eclectic selection of the best independent music on the web and also chatted about all kinds of rubbish. I attempted a live song but broke a string halfway through and had to abort. So instead I’ve embedded the last live acoustic video I did on YouTube for your listening pleasure. Hope it makes up for it. Enjoy the show
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After the live show last time it’s back to normal service. I played an eclectic mix of music and performed a live cover song by the band Cream. I also rambled a lot and I think the heat melted my brain, so it might be even more disorganised than usual. I hope you enjoy the show anyway.
I even get a mention in the notes above.
A very special show this time as I present recordings from the Rathole Roadshow 2012 which took place on Friday May 11th @ LEAF, Liverpool. Hear live sets from Thom Morecroft, 20lb Sounds,P’Chenga and The Corinthians. I have to give a big thanks to Andrew Bates our recording engineer,Jon Hall our live engineer, Neil Morrin for his excellent video work and Adrian McEwen for the audience bot, Bubblino and keeping us in touch with the chat room.
I even get a mention in the notes above.
Africa Oye is back this coming weekend and we are all hoping for good weather - I'll be dusting off my picknic blankets and getting the BBQ out and heading to Sefton Park for a fantastic weekend of Family Fun. I'll be sure to taste the delights of some of the best food stalls ever while soaking up some music from the UK's largest festival of African Music and Culture.
July's SciBar in Liverpool is by Ronald Green and he will be talking about "nothing"!
Why should nothing matter? If anything matters, why should nothing matter? And yet it does, for there isn't anything, it seems, that nothing does not touch, or anything that does not touch nothing. History, philosophy, religion, science, art, literature, music – all look towards nothing at some point, stimulating questions that would otherwise not be asked.
Ignite Liveprool returns next month with an evening of elightening talks and networking that never fails to entertain.
You could be a rock star for 5 Minutes
They are currently looking for speakers/presenters to take part in their July event in what according to Seven Streets for Inventiveness, Ignite Liverpool is one of the Seven reasons why Liverpool is Brilliant so why don't you attend and take part.
A quick reminder for freelancers that Jelly Liverpool is on this Thursday 21st June upstairs at Leaf Cafe.
What's Jelly? Co-working : when independent people choose to work together instead of alone.
Whatever you do, whatever you make, come mingle with the happening people of Liverpool. Free Coffee, Free Wifi ... Great company.
No need to register, just turn up & bring your laptop and get cracking on with some work.
Last October Liverpool Acoustic held it's first Music Afternoon at Mathew Street’s View Two Gallery. And they had so much fun that they’ve decided to do it all over again!
This coming Saturday 9th June 2012 Liverpool Acoustic will be hosting a relaxed event featuring mainly open mic with a couple of booked guests thrown in for good measure. It’s all taking place in the View Two Gallery’s top floor performance space from 1.00pm to 4.00pm and is free to attend.
Musicians wanting to take part in the open mic can just turn up on the day – the spaces will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The gallery opens at 12.00pm and closes at 5.00pm.
What is labour in the contemporary media economy and how might it be paid for? What are some of the issues that arts institutions and media workers face with regards to intellectual property?
Who Owns It? is a talk fest on open source culture and intellectual property law in partnership that takes place next Tuesday 12th June at FACT Liveprool.
Watch the Video below from Dan Lynch to find out more.