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OFFLINE 10: Dogstar, Brixton, Thursday 11th November 2004
Another huge night of free entertainment with two floors and three rooms of entertainment at the Brixton Dogstar.
The night offered bands, multimedia, a photo exhibition, DJs, stand up, poets, new music, video projections, 3D films, Brixton riot footage and more!
Coldharbour Cabaret Room (9-late):
9 -> 9.30 Editor lounge DJ set
9.30 -> 10 Vic's Cabaret Corner (pt 1)
10 -> 10.30 Editor lounge DJ interlude
10.30 -> 11.00 Vic's Cabaret Corner (pt 2)
11 -> 11.10 Editor cocktail interlude
11.10 -> 11.45 Morton Valence
11.45 -> Editor final spin out - post punk/ska
Downstairs Chill Out Room (9pm-2am):
9 -> 10 Moon visuals/chillout sounds by DJ Wrongspeed/skim
10 -> 10.45 urban75 users' sounds, hosted by DJ Wrongspeed/skim
10.45 -> 11.15 Martin Millar book reading
11.15 -> 11.30 Moon visuals/chillout sounds by DJ Wrongspeed/skim
11.30 -> 11.45 William Boroughs
11.45 -> 2 Moon visuals/chillout sounds by DJ Wrongspeed/skim
Downstairs Dance hall (9pm-2am):
9:00 - 9:20 Blagsta
9:20 -> 9:40 Maggot get down! funky tunes
9:40 - 10:20 Pinkychukkles - Dansette crankout
10:20 -> 11:00 Sonik (rough trade) - indie/underground obscurities
11:00 -> 11:40 Mystery Guest Dance style
11:40 -> 12:20 IanW: northern soul/Tamla/60s heartbreak » How Does it Feel...
12:20 -> 1:10 Dubversion Dub Landlord
» People's Republic of Disco
1:10 -> 2:00 Skim Eclectic electronic sounds » Biologikal
Photos from the night:
(photos by editor and sonik)
Vic Lambrusco was busily redefining the words 'angry' and 'bitter' with a funny, sharply observed and passionate set of rhymes.
DJs Pinkychukkles and Maggot arse about in the main DJ booth
Posing laydees in the main dance room.
A trio of slider-pushing, parameter tweaking, sprocket aligning, multimedia types power up the chill out projections in fine style.
View from the DJ booth downstairs.
Chill out room with projection graphics by VJs and urban75 artists.
The ever-thirsty Offshore - top soundman and all round good bloke - takes a quick break before being hassled to fix something or another.
More posing in the downstairs dance hall.
Sheena Salmon lets rip into yuppies with some top anti-capitalist rants.
Skim knocks out some ambient tunes in the chill out room while some multimedia dabblings are being attended to in the video studio.
Appl Juic delivers some 'robust rhymes for the Arsenal-phobic' in the upstairs cabaret room.
3D visuals in the chill out room (pic: Moon).
DJ Editor spins his post-punk classics on the vinyl-only cabaret room decks.
Sonik in the downstairs DJ booth
'William Boroughs' looks unhappy with life.
The crowd in the cabaret room give some love (and heckling)
SP (the 'Bulls Blood Bard') delivers some passion upstairs.
The incredible Yap delivers his 'scattergun verse to challenge the senses'.
The video set up in the main room. Note the all important beers!
Top local author Martin Millar reads excerpts of his work in the downstairs chillout room.
Morton Valence played an incredible acoustic upstairs.
Morton Valence onstage.
Dubversion in action in the main room.
Crowd view downstairs