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JOHNNY RAMONE TRIBUTE!
Friday 8th October 2010
To commemorate the birthday of the late, great Johnny Ramone (8 Oct 1948 - 15 Sept 2004), we put on a wild night of Brixton-meets-NYC rock and roll. Back with a new line up and a shorter, faster name were Brixton's hottest Ramones cover band S.E.D.A.T.E.D., and we had an ace DJ set from RAY GANGE - the star of the legendary THE CLASH film, 'RUDE BOY,' plus the usual line up of DJs, original videos, street photo slideshows and more.
Ace DJ, star of The Clash's RUDE BOY fiilm and all round top geezer, Ray Gange on the decks.
S.E.D.A.T.E.D. take to the stage to a packed house. Hey ho, let's go!
S.E.D.A.T.E.D. rocking the stage.
By the fire.
In the beer garden.
Empty stage with projections...
The DJs played till 3am.
JOHNNY RAMONE TRIBUTE!
Friday Oct 8th
Hey ho, let's fu*cking go!
Prince Albert, 418 Coldharbour Lane, Brixton SW9 8LF
Tel: 020 7274 3771. 9pm - 3am.
FREE ADMISSION plus CHEAP BAR!
Transport: 2 mins from Brixton tube/BR/buses.
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To commemorate the birthday of the late, great Johnny Ramone (8 Oct 1948 - 15 Sept 2004), we're putting on a wild night of Brixton-meets-NYC rock and roll. Back with a new line up and a shorter, faster name are Brixton's hottest Ramones cover band S.E.D.A.T.E.D., and we've got a DJ set from RAY GANGE - the star of the legendary THE CLASH film, 'RUDE BOY,' plus the usual line up of DJs, original videos, street photo slideshows and more.
Mixing up the sound of the Lower East Side with a Coldharbour Lane twist, these Brixton rockers will be dishing up a feast of Ramones tunes at their punk rock finest. Expect drunken 'Gabba Gabba Hey' chants, dancing Pinheads and a room full of joyous 'Hey Ho, Let's Go!' singalongs. Dig out your battered leather jacket and join the mosh pit.
DJ SET: RAY GANGE
Star of THE CLASH movie RUDE BOY, poet, artist, deadbeat, one-time punk rock royalty, former sex god and influencer of the minds of the young, now just another down at heel artist living in a dingy damp london garret
'Ray Gange was just too rude for the Clash, says Marcus Gray' [Guardian]
'Ray Gange on the road with the Clash' [Strummerville]
Original photos, old footage, pop 45 sleeves, and more.
We'll also have a full crew of hard-drinking Offline regulars throwing down a top selection of tunes, including:
An ale-fuelled onslaught of ska, punk, rock'n'roll, big band, rockabilly, Mrs Mills & Liberace in a floor stomping package proving that drinking'n'DJing can be a perilous trade.
NIPSLA (Falling over studios)
Packing more pop than a Rice Krispies factory, Nipsla's DJ bag is a veritable jumble sale of joy, overflowing with indie, dance, electro and party tunes.
BARON BOBBY BAUHAUS (charcoal soul)
More mysterious than Robert Smith's eyeliner bag, Bobby gets dancefloors rocking with quirky, darkside indie-pop and kohl-smudging breakbeats.
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