Pages, the bits wot appear at the top of a wordpress blog permanently, sometimes as menus. I’ve updated the Music, Video and Art pages at the top. I’ll add pages in the next couple of weeks for my regular nights, but before that i’ll start posting again… in the meantime please enjoy.
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I’ve not blogged throughout 2010 so I’ll amend that this year. I promise…
So here is a new theme for the blog and a new year blogging for Chromatouch Visuals.
Horse Meat Disco were the guests on the 25th of April, here’s Jim Stanton and James Hillard with fantastic visuals provided by VJ Chromatouch.
this was back in April at the Inside night i’ve mentioned before. was a while ago, but as HMD are flavour of the month i thought i’d mention that they have a new super rare crate dug disco album out.
Me and Rich Batsford from ProjectXPresents took Caroline from Kerrang! Radio news on a tour of the noise abatement affected Digbeth venues we made our ‘Music is not Pollution’ film about. Turned out quite well.
What do you think? Should pubs be asked to “turn it down” if new flats are built next door? Or is it the residents fault, for not checking out the area properly first?
Nice Review from Clare Edwards of my Saturday night gig at Birmingham Cathedral – Musituality – It was being filmed so i’ll post some video soon.
Well done to all involved – I thought it was a great achievement – and I look forward to seeing what you do next.
At ProjectXPresents we are especially passionate about music of all types for obvious reasons. Having worked with many of the venues in Digbeth, we were moved to shed light on the situation concerning noise abatement; the local authorities and new residents of Digbeth (many urban living apartments have arisen during the recent housing boom); and the plight of some (very reasonable) landlords.
A documentary detailing the shocking way that Birmingham’s vibrant culture is being degraded by the complaints of a vocal minority, poor regulation and lack of awareness.
Last November’s piece using infra red tracking and two of the dancers from written on the Body. The third dancer Jane Seddon and my step-niece Fern Burnett will feature in the logical progression of the piece for Xhibition, coming 9th May at the cross in Moseley.
Excerpt of a performance taken from Project X Presents: Digital Dystopia in Sept 2009. Coordinated by Leon Trimble with music by Rich Batsford, Choreography from Lisa Natasha Wetton and featuring Julia Griffin and Paris Thomas-Wade as dancers.
Heavy! What a line-up… OH. But I’ve been forbidden to let on…
even tho this is upstairs at the vic pub next to the alex theatre, it promises basementality, underground dance vibes. i’ve been building screens and getting some camera capture equipment for a live camera feed. we’re keeping it dark in there too, apart from the visuals of course. which will be dark.
The boys have given me a real nice write up on their blog and i’m excited. It’s on this Sat til 4am, but i wouldn’t get there too late as it’ll be ramming.
check their blog for more ambiguous messgaes. just know that the night’s already been recommended by dj magazine, so someone knows what’s happening.