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 UPCOMING EVENTS

Thu Oct 02 @12:00 - 04:00PM
Pop Out Salon

Pop-out Salon provide spaces for self taught/training stylists and make-up artists to develop popooottheir skills whilst providing cheap salon services and a welcoming space for everyone, including people of all genders.

 

Eventually we hope to have a fixed premises for a salon and training programme.

Until then here's where you can find us:

Thursdays 12-4 @ Wharf Chambers

 

Home visits can be arranged with those who struggle to make it to these sessions.

Our services include hair cuts, hair styling, makeup styling, nail services and tarot readings.

If you're interested in working with us please get in touch.

 

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Thu Oct 02 @19:30 - 11:00PM
Spray Paint + Guests

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Third Eye presents...

"Spraypaint are a three piece no wave punk attack that will have you on your knees begging for more/mercy. Chainsaw dual-guitars collide with brain-bashing drums and energy-packed gang-vocals for a no-bullshit, off-kilter yet tuneful taste of unrelenting Texas rock ‘n roll. Bizarre detuned guitar licks cross paths with damaged, drugcentric lyrics delivered in the band’s signature deadpan drawl."

Nope are inspired by psychedelic repetitive and primitive sludge the like of which will be dredged from the River Air following the collapse of the industrial world in 2068. Our music attempts to convey the rhythms and pace of life experienced on the cusp of the birth of the machine age. We are equal parts Spinning Jenny, nano technology and undiscovered bio-fuel.

Mush
£6 Adv. tickets (via FB link above) / £8 otd



Fri Oct 03 @20:00 - 11:00PM
Dave Philips

DAVE PHILLIPS (Switzerland)

dp re/searches and ponders existences and behaviourisms humanimalistically via audio de/construction, psycho-acoustics, sonic rituals; sound as communication in direct and primal form, a tool of metaphysics, a conscience, an unrestrained language. sound as a means to activate primordial shared emotions otherwise hidden by civilised experience. dp's work engages, invites rumination, endorses sentient and environmental e/quality and encourages intervention and action; therapeutical stimulation is acknowledged. a form of release is evoked, a liberating cleansing, a sound catharsis that opposes the omnipresent reduction of existence, that puts us in touch with our sentient origins as well as with the realities of our times. dp rings in the era of humanimal..

dp has been sonically active for over 25 years, has appeared on more than 150 releases and has played around 400 concerts in 40 countries.

psycho-acoustics. composition. field recordings. sonic rituals. audio exorcism. humanimalism. voice. body. organics. electronics. video. performance. interdisciplinary. multimedia.

Dave Phillips will be performing two sets one of field recordings and another for projections. 

 

Also performing. 

 

YOL (Hull) 
Aming Liang (China)

 

£5 Entry.



Sat Oct 04 @19:00 - 11:00PM
Dean McPhee + Elizabeth + Sophie Cooper + Unstable Journey + Legion of Swine

 

A gig!

Featuring!

 

DEAN MCPHEE

Awesome solo electric guitarist whose influences include British Folk, Dub, Krautrock, Post Rock, Moroccan Trance and Modal Jazz. Dean has played live across the UK and in Europe with artists such as Emeralds, Thurston Moore, The Magic Band, Acid Mothers Temple, Michael Chapman, Charalambides, Josephine Foster, Michael Hurley, Aidan Baker, Tall Firs, Josh T. Pearson, Wolf People, Vibracathedral Orchestra, Xela, Lichens, Meg Baird and Stephen Basho-Junghans.

 


ELIZABETH

 

Andy Abbott (That Fucking Tank/Nope) gives it to you solo style

 

 

 

UNSTABLE JOURNEY

 

"It's possible to get completely lost in something this majestic... they almost sound like some great lost Japanese psych band. Or at least a band that has spent a lot of high times listening to Boris." 
Andy Brown, Soundblab

 

LEGION OF SWINE
Porcine related racket


£4 OTD

 



Sat Oct 04 @23:00 - 05:00AM
Clandestino

Clandestino continue to throw parties in unusual spaces as we take over a former Victorian pork pie factory to present the furtive Man Power...

 

 

 

Who is Man Power? His identity is something of a mystery. Appearing out of nowhere via accounts on Soundcloud and Facebook, Man Power has proceeded to grab attention via his self produced music videos and mixes for taste makers such as Test Pressing, The Ran$om Note, Throne of Blood and Correspondant. The Man Power sound is brooding and layered with pathos, but with a strong and ever present underpinning of dance floor grooves, a notable sense of humour, as well as a touch of nostalgia. With triumphant sets at Fabric, Electric Elephant and Beats in Space already under his built this year and a tour of South America looming, this is a rare chance to see him in an intimate venue.

 

 

 

Man Power (Correspondant Recordings)

 

 

 

Plus:

 

Clandestino (IsItBalearic Recordings)

 

Joe Morris (Paper Records)

 

Nick Smith (Red Laser)

 

Iain Mac

 

 

 

 

 

Tickets:

 

Limited Early Birds £5

 

Full Release £8

 

On the door £10

 

 

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Sun Oct 05 @15:30 -
Plan Cinema: Omicron

Plan C(inema) presents: Last in the series of three critical science-fiction films with Omicron.plancinema

 

The body of an apparently dead Italian worker is found inside a pipe. The worker, however, is not dead. His body has been taken over by Omicron, an alien who is seeking to learn the customs and functions of modern humans as a prelude to an alien invasion. As Omicron learns how to operate the body he returns to the workers factory job and is soon enmeshed in the class struggle of the time. This plot device allows us an outsider’s view of the situation resulting in a light-hearted parody of the capitalist system.

 

£2



Sun Oct 05 @19:30 - 11:00PM
King Ayisoba / Blood Sport

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KING AYISOBA 

Ayisoba mixes traditional kologo music from the Upper East Region of Ghana with the energy and flavor of the ‘Modern Ghanaian’ dance scene. Singing in Frafra, Twi and in English while jumping from his low, guttural growl to moments of piercingly high interjection, Ayisoba is an incredible live force. He plays the kologo, a two-string guitar with a calabash gourd resonator that allows skilled players to double up hard rhythms with twirling melodic refrains. 

Ayisoba learned how to play the kologo from his grandfather, becoming a musical child prodigy throughout the Bolgatanga area thanks to a steady stream of gigs at weddings, funerals and festivals. After moving to Accra and working with late Hiplife star Terry Bon Chaka, King Ayisoba released his first two albums ‘Modern Ghanaians’ and ‘Africa’, becoming a big star in the process. Championed from early on in Europe by Arnold DeBoer (aka Zea) from legendary punk band The Ex, Ayisoba went on to release a collection of songs on DeBoer’s Makkum records. He played a small string of dates in the UK last April and this time returns for a longer tour organised by Scottish ‘Party Music Beyond Borders’ collective No Globe, with a new album on Makkum, 'Wicked Leaders', and a new backing band in tow.

Ayisoba’s politically radical lyricism has not stopped him from topping the Ghanaian charts, or winning multiple awards, but this is partly due to the wide scope with which he pitches his attacks on corruption and unkindness, as he puts it:
“My music has been simple and easy for everyone, no matter their ages, status or location in the country, to identify and sing along”
Following on from a raucously received summer of European festival slots, this UK tour sees that appeal widen even further. 

with support from

BLOOD SPORT 

 

& one more band to be confirmed. 

 

£5 advance, £6 OTD.

 

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Mon Oct 06 @20:00 - 10:30PM
LIME [Leeds Improvised Music and Experimentation]

Entry: Free (donations on the door would be appreciated).

LIME began in November 2013 as a group of musicians and composers from an eclecticism of styles based at the University of Leeds. The purpose of this group has been to connect with and challenge various sonic and conceptual ideas within the fields of free improvisation and experimental music. The development of this project is to allow musical participants and listeners of all ages and backgrounds to take part in these jams and discussions. These informal collaborations have also been broadened to invite artists from different settings to participate. Artists are welcome to share their ideas and form a dialogue with the sonic events happening in this unique space at Wharf Chambers. We hope that these events can nourish creative partnerships with others in Leeds and the Yorkshire area. Bring your instrument, voice or any creative tools you may have along...or come and listen! 

 

Anyone who requires audio equipment such as amplification and microphones are encouraged to bring their own gear. 



Thu Oct 09 @12:00 - 04:00PM
Pop Out Salon

Pop-out Salon provide spaces for self taught/training stylists and make-up artists to develop popooottheir skills whilst providing cheap salon services and a welcoming space for everyone, including people of all genders.

 

Eventually we hope to have a fixed premises for a salon and training programme.

Until then here's where you can find us:

Thursdays 12-4 @ Wharf Chambers

 

Home visits can be arranged with those who struggle to make it to these sessions.

Our services include hair cuts, hair styling, makeup styling, nail services and tarot readings.

If you're interested in working with us please get in touch.

 

Facebook Page



Thu Oct 09 @17:00 - 11:00PM
TiNP! Presents

Live Music from 
Lisa Marie Glover promoting the release of her new E.P
Gary Krishna getting down and noisy
Little Wing, keeping the peace and...
Sunyata opening the night, setting the pace and being darn wonderful

 

Dancing and moving in to another realm, works in progress from the 

Creative Circus brings you Cymatics Interactive. You sing shout or scream, forming matter into beautiful geometric patterns. Also, you've heard of paint by numbers right, well come and experience a bit of sacred geometry by colouring in, oof!

 

Exhibition of Arts
There is brilliance everywhere in Leeds. Kelly Boyle and Toasty Pybis will be exhibiting there work for you to see and it's ram chocker block full of brilliance. Check them out