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OFFLINE 32, Brixton JAMM
Thursday 31st Aug 2006
Balloons, Subsource and lots of drinking.
citydreams starts his extended set in the front room (the other DJs were too busy drinking to get up for several hours).
Stucat debuts on the main stage.
The busy balloon bar.
A well oiled Vic Lambrusco in full punk rock mode opens up the cabaret.
...and if you thought Vic was angry...!
Offline regular Mark Mace Smith in the main room. He made me buy his book before he'd go onstage. Good job it's an excellent read!
The 'High Priest Of Rap' Kai Motta does his thing .
A welcome return of the King of the 45's, pinkychukkles.
The incredible Subsource on stage.
Subsource finish their set. They rocked!
Not quite sure what's going on here...
Packing it all away
LIVE ACTS: Live breakbeat and electronica with
"Best live dance act since Reprazent or The Bays..." - Muff Jam
"Easily one of the brightest and dirtiest dance collectives this year" - Spitz Live Records
"An exciting new direction for breaks... Subsource is a group ahead of its time - taking electronic music forward at a much needed high pace" - Ministry of Sound
KAI MOTTA -
The 'High Priest of Rap'
"It's like the pope has taken acid got on stage with the Beastie Boys." Q Magazine
"The High Priest has put a smile on the face of rap." The Times
"The Goldie Lookin' Chain meets Eminem meets Bill Hicks" The Independent
"Combines Beck with rap and folk" Daily Star
"Sharp Dylanesque lyrics and tripping rhymes... street rhythms and hip hop savvy" Uncut Mag
Eclectic funk punk from hotly tipped Brixton band without a website!
(Sadly cancelled through illness - get well soon Bob!)
CABARET HOUR WITH VIC LAMBRUSCO
'Abrasive political comedy' - Time Out with roots poet Mark Mace Smith.