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OFFLINE 14: Dogstar, Brixton, Thursday 31st March 2005
Our busiest night ever, featuring 11 DJs, four poets and six live acts - the club had to close the doors at 10 because it was so full!
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PHOTOS from the night (part one): (click here for part two)
Rutabowa opens up the main room with a 7pm DJ set.
DJ Skim in the back room.
Pinkychukkles unleashes his big box of 45s in the main room.
Offshore tweaks some parameters on the main room stage. This was the first time that we tried putting on live acts in the main room.
IanW on promotional duties.
Treehorn starts up the live music on the main stage.
Back room crowd.
Hiccup mixing it up in the back room.
The Yodelling Fella in full swing on the main stage.
Helen McCookeryBook on stage. Helen curated the evening's acoustic line up.
Gina Birch (from 70s post punk legends, the Raincoats) delivered a powerful set in the main room.
Front room crowd at Offline.
Jamie McDermott (from the The Irrepressibles) onstage.
Main room crowd.
Described as an 'alt-folk star in waiting' by Q Mag with her album described by the Sunday Times as 'definitely one for the Mercury Prize jury to consider', Katy Carr put in a fabulous set at OFFLINE
Vic Lambrusco opens up the cabaret hour in the back room.
Back room crowd at OFFLINE.
Howard Guido dishes out his 'Monarchy-phobic hardcore rhymes' in the back room.
Back room crowd at OFFLINE .
Shane Collins makes announcement about the 2005 Cannabis Festival.
Back room scene.
Last minute stand-in poet at Offline (I'll get his name later!)
A record bag of DJs in the main room DJ booth.
Jack Blackburn, the 'Bard of Brixton, gives it large in the back room.