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.
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........
Liverpool Acoustic eXtra takes place this coming Friday 9th September at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street and they've got five top local acts for the price of four!
Above the Beaten Track: Honky Tonk: A festival to celebrate the creative grass roots scene of Liverpool
This August, the fourth annual Above the Beaten Track returns to the Bluecoat to showcase the best of Liverpool’s cultural underground with an assortment of live music and DJs, live art, poetry and audio-visual extravaganzas.
It is time again for another Lost Voices night.
As always, they come out to play on the last thursday of the month, which will be... Thursday 30th June. And, as always, they are in residence at the marvellous View Two Gallery, Mathew St., under the watchful eye and beaming smile of our host and patron, Mr Ken Martin... But, enough of that!
It's a bit late but maybe just time enough to bring you news that David Gibb and the Pony Club are coming to Liverpool tonighty, and you really shouldn't miss out. The band are visiting fresh from their album launch party last week and if the tracks we've heard so far are anything to go by we're in for a real treat.Liverpool Acoustic Live takes place in the performance room at the top of the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street on Friday 24th June. David and the band will be joined on the night by Laura James, and Ian Dunn.
Do you doubt their word? Well you can decide by getting yourself along to see some of the 200 acts, 160 bands, musicians and DJs, on 12 stages over 3 days in 1 building. Well it can take you 3 days just to find your way out of the CUC building.
THRESHOLD EUROPE'S LARGEST FESTIVAL UNDER ONE ROOF
February 11-13 2011, CUC Liverpool
Liverpool Acoustic is rounding off another successful year of fantastic live events with its Christmas party. Taking place on Friday 17th December at the View Two Gallery on Mathew Street, the nights features five acts for the price of four. How's that for a Christmas bonus?
Liverpool Acoustic Live returns this months on Friday 24th September at it's normal home of the fantastic, visit it more than once View Two Gallery on Mathew Street. It's going to be having an awesome Stuckists exhibition on at the same time. The doors open at 8.00pm with the music starting at 8.30pm and finishing at 11.15pm.
FRAKASS is back. ... and this time it's personal! Yes the more jovial side of Frakture, liverpool based experimental music organsation is back and it's let it's hair down again and opened up the sweet shop of electronica to the youth.... well younger members anyway. That's right, they're back with more weird and wonderful music for all you loverly weird and wonderful music fans out there! Frakass = "A quarrel, fight, or disturbance marked by very noisy, disorderly, and often violent behavior: affray, brawl, broil2, donnybrook, fray, free-for-all, melee, riot, row2, ruction, tumult. Slang rumble. "
They've got an extra special line up for our return show, with the LAST EVER performance by Plectrum the band, preposterous noise from Crucifix, and musical terrorism from Kinsheeva. Plus there's visuals courtesy of Noise Club, and DJ Tim Downey will be spinning the discs for us. http://nems-store.co.uk/plectrum
Thursday night sees California based band the ENABLERS hitting our Liverpool shores.
With blistering interlocked guitar joy around brooding spoken word narratives, with added drum magician doug scharin (june of 44 -codeine-him) on drums - a new sound is emerging
After sitting on their latest recordings for the best part of 2010, Liverpool acoustic outfit Misery Guts are finally ready to release their new EP, More Human Than Human, on Electric Sheep Records.
Not that that's a bad thing
Deaf School have just announced another gig after the sell out success of the Everyman gigs and their farewell to Hope Street Feast concert only a couple of weeks ago. The gig coming up this December will see them returning to the 02 Academy, where they played to a packed house last year.