Posts Tagged ‘A-Force’

Dabbledoo Music EPIC Fundraiser Gig – Friday 6 June

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Dabbledoo June 6 Fundraiser Poster copy

D’weekend

Friday, September 13th, 2013

Fundit poster

Lots on. First up, we’re having a DabbledooMusic party in the Twisted Pepper this Saturday to celebrate our successful Fundit campaign and say thanks to y’all. Get down for 8PM SHARP cos we’re gonna have a big jam session with some graphic scores (bring an instrument!), then A-Force and me are DJing, then Attention Bebe are playing live.

‘That sounds mega, I wanna go!’ you say.

‘NOMNOMNOMNOMNOM,’ we say.

Then we’re gonna hit the Grand Social where Savage and Rudimentary are crewing up to bring you a tasty line-up celebrating a forthcoming Rudimentary release which features Boxcutter, Bass Clef and Sina.

BASRUDI-poster3

‘What about Sunday?’ you say.

‘We’ll be dancing in your kitchen still,’ we say.

!Kaboogie Soundsystem tomorrow night at Junior Spesh!

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012

Big tings tomorrow night at Junior Spesh. Eomac, A-Force, Sixfoot Apprentice an me are gonna be rinsin it out in the Twisted Pepper – expect a bass-heavy selection of hip hop, grime, electro, turkish psych, disaster funk and experimental trousers.

THE FUN WILL BE HAD, MIGHT I ADD.

!!!Rabble Ruckus 3!!!

Thursday, February 23rd, 2012

Rabble Ruckus #3 A Grimey Dublin Affair

9pm – 2.30 am

King 7, 122 Capel Street

Sat 25th Feb 2012

Your favorite quarterly is gearing up to produce another shit stirrer. Our spring issue’s due for Paddy’s Day and the printing bill is around the corner. We’d be dead and buried without the support of you lot.

Those of you who were there know our last party of electronica and punk seriously went off . This time up its the turn of the MCs and hype machines.

Willa Lee and Gary O’Brien start us off with a traditional Dublin ting and some soulful bliss. From deepest Northside we have the Street Literature posse keeping the dance conscious, with their scathing urban poetics. Bass monsters A-Force and Lady Grew promise some crowd rocking riddims. Temper Mental Misselayneous has
been destroying gaffs with her flow for months and is jumping on the mic too. Original junglist Don Rosco’s gonna have us putting our lighters in the air, so we’ll be tearing the roof off the place by the time Major Grave unleashes his grime killers.

Not to be missed.

Major Grave
http://soundcloud.com/major-grave

A-Force and Lady Grew
http://soundcloud.com/a-force
www.ladygrew.com

Don Rosco (Power Fm)

Temper Mental MissElayneous
http://www.facebook.com/Tempermentallyill?sk=wall

Street Literature
http://www.workinclassrecords.com/

Willa Lee
http://www.workinclassrecords.com/

Gary O’Brien
http://www.workinclassrecords.com/

€8 before 11, €10 after. €5 cheaplist if you share this event on facebook

All proceeds go towards the printing costs of rabble magazine http://rabble.ie

This event is organised in association with Poster Fish Promotions http://posterfish.wordpress.com/

Poster by Claire Davey

Party Against The Pipe

Tuesday, June 14th, 2011

Ayo, will be playing at the Party Against the Pipe the weekend of 4-6 June. For those who aren’t aware of the Corrib Gas Pipeline, a quick synopsis is as follows: When gas was found off the County Mayo coast, the rights to its exploitation were sold off by the then ruling party, Fianna Fáil, in order to generate some much needed cash. Shell now controls the €500 billion of gas out there, and is building an ‘experimental’ piping system, that results in pumping raw, unodourised gas past local people’s homes, to a processing plant further inland. Why can’t they process the gas at the well head out at sea and not put people at risk? Makin a buck innit.

Please check out the Shell to Sea campaign for more info on the ten years of protest over the Corrib Gas Pipeline.

A-Force, Antrophe, myself, and heaps of other will be DJing over the weekend. Haven’t been down before, but from what I’ve been told it’s a great weekend, and despite the context, a lot of fun is to be had!

Paddy’s Day Bashy Bashy

Tuesday, March 8th, 2011

Now this is gonna be proper. For those that don’t know, Noyeahno is one half of the mighty Rag & Bone crew. Alongside partner in crime, Warlock, Noyeahno has been running Rag & Bone Records, as well as co-presenting the consistently badass Rag & Bone show on Sub FM, which for me at least is one of the best (if not the best) shows out there featuring heaps of fresh dubs, tightness pon the ones and twos and just a delicious selection of bass-heavy electronics every two weeks. I strongly advise tuning in. Next show is in two weeks, the 16th March, so if ye likes what ye hears, get yr arse down to O’ Byrnes for what is going to be a right knees-up! Check out this recent Rag & Bone show to get a good idea of what to expect.

!Kaboogie have crewed up with Punky Reggae Party and Soundtracks for Them on this one, so we’re all set to have a bigtime session. The PRP crew will be runnin tings in the front bar, expect ska, punk, soul and reggae. Inside, we’ll have A-Force and myself representing !Kaboogie, and warming the dance up for Noyeahno. Expect to be served a barrage of grimey, ravey goodness, with barrels of bass thrown at you in an Indiana Jones stylee. Cept, unlike with Indy, ye don’t need to dodge these barrels, embracing the full impact is recommended. (On reflection, I think Indy maybe dodged those big rolling stones and also those big swingy knives. But hey, I’ll stick with it, works, non?)

Feck the analogies, see yis down the front!