Static Gallery have put a call out for old cassette players for their Clinic Gig on the 10 November? So freecylers, if you have an old one then drop it off for a cool art project.
You should be able to download the image which has more information.
Liverpool Acoustic and Sefton Park Palm House, in association with News From Nowhere and Radical Liverpool, are proud to present a very special evening celebrating subversion through music and magic on Saturday 10th November 2012 at Sefton Park Palm House.
Audio Voyeur and Rebel Soul present ‘A Culture Less Ordinary’- Progressive and eclectic music operating beyond the parameters of convention. As this is the season for hospitality, The Kazimier will be playing host to two very spatial acts for the listeners........
Refresh your Ears with a City Centre Soundwalk starting at the Bluecoat.
“When was the last time you went somewhere just to hear the sounds there? Whether experienced as private meditation or as collective silence SOUNDWALKS refresh your ears and reset your sensual awareness to where you are, live or work"
A soundwalk is a practice: it is walking without talking, focussing on the sound around, focussing on being there rather than talking about it. The Listening Room takes you to undiscovered places: means of transport, your senses.
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.
You can read the press release below about Rathole Radio.
Lost Voices have issed a last minute reminder about tonights gig - Thursday 29th March
They won't thank me for saying so but they are featuring the fastest one man band who has appeared in chocolate comercials but also he has appeared in 24 no not the TV series but 24 Hours of Music created from Tweets and suggestions Live - you could tune in and watch on web Tv - I think it was Live Stream from Live at LICA Lancaster based arts organisation. Yep it is Pete "the god" Moser who is an awesome guy.
Get Your Surreal on
Frakture presents: Johannes Bergmark & Tippi Tillvind + Hot Hail + The Pecha Kucha Quartet
8pm Wed 9th November
40-42 Slater St
Ricky Spontane annouce gigs this December in Liverpool and London.
So good to see that Fats and Frank and Formby will be being performed again in the city of its birth namely Liverpool. 52 Catherine Street, the home of most of the band members at one point in time will be straining at its foundations to try and make it down to the gig at the Kazimier on Friday 9th.
I'm already dusting off my RS Tshirt and digging out my CD's to get them signed.
Merseyside ACME present a seminar for Music Managers on 27th October at Leaf Cafe.
You don’t have to be a Colonel Tom Parker, an Allen Klein or a Peter Grant to know that the management game is complex.
Whether self-releasing or aiming for stadiums and majors it’s a potential minefield. There’s a whole raft of people you’ll need to have on side; a great accountant, a savvy PR, a clued up social media expert and a very, very smart lawyer and that’s all while dealing with the talent itself.
Dopplereffekt is one of the strangest and most mysterious units on the electronic music scene today.
Only a handful of interviews with the group exist, and live appearances are likewise a rare occurrence. One thing we do know about the group is its apparent love of experimental physics, with song titles such as "Calabi-Yau Manifold", "Linear Accelerator" and "Myon-Neutrino" appearing on recent records.
30 September · 19:30 - 23:30
Scandinavian Seamen' Church, 138 Park Lane, Liverpool L1 8HG
From 1999-2004 Carnival Liverpool was a night of clubbing rarity, enticing hundreds of would-be partygoers from all corners of Liverpool into a cavernous and darkly absurd extravaganza hosted deep within the walls at Nation. Enticed through the streets in a pied piper style parade party goers were seduced by the rhythms of the Liverpool Samba School drummers urging them to follow a parade of dancers, fire eaters and stilt walkers into the carnival where heavy Latin rhythms were the bedrock for a night of fun and frivolity.