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Dublin - Event Notice
Saturday March 10 2007

Seomra Selecta: Gis MORE BASS! Solidarity Night for the Chilean Organisation of People Without Roofs

category dublin | housing | event notice author Monday February 26, 2007 18:52author by ERDublin Report this post to the editors



Lakker: ragga jungle expeditions and moody stylings http://myspace.com/lakker
Homo Ludo: never lost his tharr rarr/deck action versus heavy weight guitar http://www.myspace.com/pcpradio
Kalpol: medicine man mash up
Krossie (radio na life): krunk, junk and baile funk
Antrophe: grim dub train crashes
Kavi (Oger crew): sick ass visuals all night

PLUS: Film screening of the classic account of the Pinochet coup the "Battle of Chile" @ 7pm and a brief intro to today's movement for housing in the barrios of Santiago.

MARCH 10TH | SEOMRA SPRAOI | NUMBER 6, LOWER ORMOND QUAY, RUB-A-DUB-DUBLIN | €5

Click me for details!
Click me for details!


Organised by Electronic Resistance
(http://www.myspace.com/erdublin)

With the kind assistance of Seomra Spraoi
(http://www.myspace.com/seomraspraoi)

This is one of two Chilean Solidarity Nights taking place in March.
Details of the hip hop, beats and punk meltdown that is the second one can be found at: http://www.indymedia.ie/article/81121

author by ErDublinpublication date Mon Feb 26, 2007 18:53Report this post to the editors

Ronseal.

Poster
Poster

author by ER-Dublinpublication date Tue Feb 27, 2007 13:27Report this post to the editors

er-dublin.bebo.com

If you're into dance music,into activism or into anything really and would like to come along,help us sort the gigs out or get involved in any way,just email electresist@hotmail.com or join the yahoo group

Get involved!-

Unplugging the system with beats--
Unplugging the system with beats--

author by Rythm is a Dancerpublication date Wed Feb 28, 2007 14:21Report this post to the editors

Without sounding like a music snob, but will there be much breakcore at this gig. I am bring a few mates along but i will be hung drawn and quartered if that noise pollution will be played....

author by ER Dublinpublication date Wed Feb 28, 2007 15:24Report this post to the editors

You can check out Lakker on http://myspace.com/lakker, they can range from quite sublime electronica to ragga jungle and heavy rave sound system action. Meanwhile PCP, who is one half of Homo Ludo regularly has a radio show over on Radio Na Life (as does Krossie) where you can tune in for a taste of his interests. Homo Ludo played at a recent Drumcorps gig in Kennedys, quite the sight, its two man deck versus guitar action with PCP marauding all over his records isolating beats from everything from Irish hip hop acts like Scary Eire to breaks and thumping bass while a guitarist chugs alongside it. Pure jumping up friend of the dancefloor stuff.

KALPOL regularly plays at Kaboogie gigs (http://myspace.com/kaboogiemusic) and delivers a really nice fluid mix of yes, breakcore and glitchy electronica, there should be a mix online somewhere. Krossie, that old don of fundraisers also has a Radio Na Life show where you can vet his interests for you and your friends . Usually you can expect a mix of hip hop, bhangra, the pop ass menage a trois of Brazilian baile funk and wonky bass lines from dubstep and krunk. Antrophe promises a display of similar heaving bass lines and spliced in surprises. Maybe next time we'll just do an auld table quiz for you, while someone plays some jingles on a Casio..

author by Wondererpublication date Tue Mar 06, 2007 12:26Report this post to the editors

Anyone we'd know..?

author by ERDublinpublication date Tue Mar 06, 2007 13:51Report this post to the editors

Their actual name is on the flyer, you either recognise it or not. It doesn't really get more complicated does it?

author by Turning Tricks For Twink - ERDublinpublication date Tue Mar 06, 2007 14:50Report this post to the editors

"I Hate Myself and Want to Die" is an exhibition of Kurt Cobain inspired art by Eilis McDonald and Jenny Brady.

The exhibition includes new work by McDonald and Brady, alongside contributions from international fans and vintage teenage art. This obsessive, fanatical "Kurt-art" explores ideas of conscience and moral contradictions. The artworks, ranging from old drawings and films to hand printed Kurt Cobain bedclothes, are tangled into a huge shrine in the grunge-squat surroundings of McDonald's large studio at 6 Lower Ormond Quay.

Overlooking the Liffey and Bono's Clarence Hotel, the exhibition space is located in one of Dublin City Centers last surviving dilapidated buildings. The show opens on Saturday March 10th from 6pm to 11pm, and by appointment until Kurt's anniversary, the 5th of April.

This event is run in conjunction with Electronic Resistance and Seomra Spraoi. For more information see www.eilismcdonald.com or email info@eilismcdonald.com

Related Link: http://www.eilismcdonald.com/kurtart.html
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