Once again there are retro design styles running around – they come in a lot of different forms as well …
… and yes the design styles and the music below are not quite from complimentary sources or eras but, well! you get the drift …
The past reurns in so many different ways. It is good that it gets a rewrite, the present taking from what has been and giving it its own slant.
There are old moods that come along every once in a while, not so mcuh laboured or tired, sometimes comfortable and comforting. They take you off to another time.
There are days when the textures of rust are something more … they take you along and bring back those memories of times when there was not so much comfort as something easier …
The Redhouse – Nov 2nd – silverback dj and more @ Cool Beans – K*** and the gang, 50 sniffs, Spit and Strings
Introducing a night of ludicrous entertainment, with a headline slot from the one, the only….
KUNT AND THE GANG
Kunt and the Gang’s long overdue return to Sheffield as part of their Dirty Protest tour which is getting smudged all round the country. Come join in the shenanigans and hear greatest minor internet hits and more.
NOT FOR THE EASILY OFFENDED!
“Life-affirmingly puerile stuff” CHARLIE BROOKER
MASSIVE SUPPORT ACTS INCLUDING…
Boston rappers and Youtube superstars – Sniffs and the other two shall be playing all their hits. Hey – 150,000 views on YouTube can’t be wrong.
Sheffield based lunatics playing all your favourite 90s dance hit in a way that will make you loose your head. Think Prodigy, think 2 Unlimited, think Outhere Brothers. Think 90s.
SPIT N STRINGS
Sheffield hip hop maestros are bringing the full band in for this special occasion, it’s not everyday you get to support a man called Kunt and his gang.
DJ SILVERBACK Aka FUTURHOOD AV
Playing all the platters that matter, DJ Silverback shall be spinning the tunes in between the acts!
+ Cool Beans DJs and general chat in between the live acts
£3 before 8pm, £5 after
7PM – 2AM
international 2 step
Between 1981 and 1982 I lived in Africa, in Maseru, Lesotho. While I was there I did a few strange things. The biggest was to marry a Jamaican woman who became the mother of my children – Shakira and Monique. Something else that was acquired while I was there was a further appreciation of African music. To a slight appreciation of highlife I added a liking for Makossa, Kwaito, later having made friends with a few people from the french speaking Caribbean I added a liking for Zouk. Acquiring friends even later from Angola and beyond that love of Zouk had backing from Kizomba and Kuduro.
First of all – to Francis, Motsi and all of the friends we made, to those we lost, to those friends we still have to make … oareng! sala hantle, tsamaya hantle …
But Africa and the Caribbean are not the only areas covered – there is a wealth of music from Europe as well to look at and so here is a Balkan mix to swing through.
and more from a slightly mashed world
here music from all over the world flavours dancefloor interest – giving something new to funk, house, trance and the like.
Here on youtube