I Luv Live
Soul / Funk / Hip Hop / Indie / Acoustic / RnB
Plain ‘ol amazing talent on any I Luv Live night!7:30pm-11pm £3+fee
RS Haus brings you another instalment of The Loop, an evening featuring some of the UK’s most talented poets and musicians. Set to be a captivating and intimate showcase of finesse and creativity, artists will perform on rotation throughout the night. Music and poetry lovers, this is for you.
Spinning decks on the night:
DJ LEX AMOR
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Synth Wave Live Artefaktor Anniversary
An amazing all electronic line up for the big 2nd anniversary of Artefaktor!
NINA, Neon Lines, SoftWave, Steven Jones & Logan Sky, Tiny Magnetic Pets, BOO - Battery Operated Orchestra, The Department, Brutalist Architecture in the Sun, Mechanical Cabaret, Sol Flare, Nature of Wires + BACK TO THE PHUTURE DJ set from Mark Jones (Wall of Sound) and DJ Rob Harvey (SYNTH CITY)
Join us in celebration of Artefaktor Radio’s 1st anniversary and see some of the most cutting edge synth wave and electronic artists in the world. All the artists are regularly played on the popular THE SYNTH WAVE SHOW on Artefaktor Radio - we believe this is the most exciting current live electro line-up in the world. Experience all 11 stunning acts between 2pm and midnight, then hear a special BACK TO THE PHUTURE DJ set from Wall Of Sound Records legend DJ Mark Jones from midnight to 3am.
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Rachel Rose / Sofia B / Sophie Castillo / Aleem / Kristofer
Sophie Castillo - 19 year old Pop Rock singer song writer with an alternative slant.
Aleem - Chicago-bred singer/songwriter Aleem on the heels of joining Fifth Harmony for an arena tour of Europe, Aleem is set to deliver a debut album brilliantly showcasing his acoustic-guitar-driven brand of R&B-tinged pop.
Kristofer - Pop Soul sweetness from Brighton working with writer and producer Simon Brown and the seasoned team at Charthouse Music.7:30pm-11pm £6 advance £8 on the door
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NO CARS last before a long break (LBALB) gig
Hello, NO CARS fans!! An official announccement from Hull.
A breaking news! We’re having a break from doing gigs!
One day, we are talking about our dream…
Haruna wants to explore forests in Nagano, Japan to explore “True sound”. Being awaken, found enlightment and change NO CARS to a New agey band, using Shakuhachi flute.
Takaco wants to go underground to be friends with moles and spend bassy life and form only bass instruments band with Bariton sax, Bariton singer, Contra bass.
Tomoko wants to be on a David Bowie tribute band as she thinks she is the best look alike person of Bowie. And she’ll sing her favorite song “China Girl”
Candy the raccoon wants to live with raccoons because she’s never lived with raccoons. (She didn’t say she is tired of Japanese girls)
Then we decided “Let’s do it now we should do before we become 18 years old!!”
We’re not sure how long this break will be but we’re hoping we’ll do a gig again in the future.7:30pm-11pm £5 at the door
Beauty n The Beatz
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The Morning // CHARLYN // The Dabhands // Joshua Ziggy // Lou Taylor
The Morning - Classic indie-sounding stuff with churning guitars and big choruses
CHARLYN - Electronic rock pop.
The Dabhands - Alt rockers from Guildford with catchy melodies and hooky tracks
Joshua Ziggy - Acoustic sincere heartfelt songs from singer-songwriter Josh
Lou Taylor - Folk rock acoustic awesomeness7:30pm-11pm / £5-£6 adv • £8 on the door
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JAS Into the wilderness EP Launch
LDN Talks @ Night | Terrorism in Europe
This Funzing Experience:
Jonathan Sacerdoti has reported from the scenes of major terror attacks in Tel Aviv, Brussels and Paris during the last 12 months alone, and seen how different societies react to horrific mass casualty attacks.
While stabbings, shootings and even suicide bombings are sadly commonplace in the Middle East, similar attacks are now happening closer to home in Europe with alarming frequency. So what lessons can we learn from other countries on how to deal with this threat? How can we stop attacks from happening? How should we react when they do? And how should we mourn those who are killed? Can we stop terrorism from ruining our freedom, confidence and way of life?
This talk will explore the reactions of different countries to attacks aimed at their civilian populations, and ask what works best in the battle against terrorism. Jonathan will explore the impact this has on society and public opinion, and examine whether the increased threat is creating an environment which fosters division and hatred in society.7pm talks start at 7:30pm sharp! £10 advance
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