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|Thursday, May 27th, 2010|
|Saturday, January 9th, 2010|
Dead and Buried! London! Jan 9th! The UK's first and premiere Deathrock party - seven years!*Requests special*
[We are aiming to play as many requests as we can!]
Deathrock, Post Punk, Old School Goth, Gothabilly and Graveyard Garage, Electropunk, Minimal etc...
With DJ Cavey Nik, playing the usual *unique*
mix of "dark alternative music"
for the "beautiful and discerning crowd"
. A night for dancing, looking good and having fun!
You may hear:
No EBM, No Metal, No Cheese.
The Cross Kings
126 York Way
21.00 - 02.00
INFO: email@example.com/07968 696702http://www.myspace.com/deadandburiedukhttp://www.myspace.com/dj_cavey_nik
|Wednesday, July 1st, 2009|
The Alternative Bring and BuySale rides again!
Yes - after a brief hiatus, we are back!
For a mere entry fee of 50p, you can come on down and browse stalls selling all things goth, punk, fetish, whatever...from clothes (both second hand and new), jewellery, crafts, music and much more!
Or, maybe you fancy making a bit of cash after spending all your money on festivals? If so, our stall prices are as follows:
* table £6
* rail space (BYO rail) £6
* table + rail space (again, BYO rail) £8.50
* large table (only one of two left) £11
Any enquiries to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to go ahead and book your stall:
(please note; if you are booking a stall we will be asking for the payment in advance via Paypal. We'll email you an invoice once your stall is booked).
|Friday, June 19th, 2009|
See you there!
|Tuesday, October 7th, 2008|
The Alternative Bring and Buy Sale is back ^_^
Yes - once again the Alternative Bring and Buy Sale sets up camp at The Dome.
Come and browse stalls selling all things from clothes (both second hand and new), jewellery, crafts, music and much more! Perfect to pick up a Xmas gift or ten ;)
Or, if you fancy making a bit of cash for the festive season, why not book a stall - prices start from £5 for a single table or rail space (BYO rail)
Any enquiries to: email@example.com
Pass it on! ^_^
|Tuesday, July 22nd, 2008|
|Monday, July 21st, 2008|
DEAD AND BURIED, Saturday 26th July [Drop Dead Festival tickets]
DEAD AND BURIED, Saturday 26th July!
Plus CD Release party for the new La Pesta Negra [Spanish Deathrock] CD, "Voices from Beyond", courtesy of DJane Lady Stardust [Zombie Party]PLUS
tickets will be available from Cavey Nik for DROP DEAD FESTIVAL, LISBON
Bands playing [so far]: UK Decay, Theatre of Hate, Frustration, Cinema Strange, Kitchen and the Plastic Spoons, Scarlet and the Spooky Spiders, Madre del Vizio, Schwefelgelb, Die Perlen, Din Glorious, Charles de Goal, Los Carniveros del Norte, Eyaculation Post Mortem PLUS many others and more to come...plus "Deathrock beach parties" and a selection of top international Deathrock DJs of course!
8th - 13th Octoberhttp://dropdeadfestival.com
Any questions/requests...? 07981 234335
|Monday, June 23rd, 2008|
At last - it's back, and bigger than ever ^_^
The London Goth Meetup Group and the Vampire Connexion present:
An 'Alternative Bring 'n' Buy Sale'. Whether you want to make a bit of cash for upcoming festivals, or find yourself a bargain or ten, why not come down to our Alternative Bring n Buy Sale - for all things goth, punk, fetish, cyber and whatever else is up for grabs! From clothes to CD's, jewellery, crafts, furnishings - all sellers are welcome.
|Tuesday, June 10th, 2008|
Abigail's Mercy play Camden this Friday!!!
Abigail's Mercy's first Camden show and first London headliner will be
at Bar Monsta in Camden this Friday.
Bar Monsta can be found at 18 Kentish Town Road, Camden, London NW1 9NX
it is opposite Camden Town Tube Station (& beside Sainsburys car park)
bar open from 5pm to 3am
bands onstage 8pm to 3pm
|Friday, March 28th, 2008|
TWO FLOORS! DaB + 80s! Tomorrow, London
Saturday 29th March
DJ Cavey Nik plays the usual *unique* mix of Deathrock, Post Punk, Trad Goth, Gothabilly & Graveyard Garage, Horrorpunk, 80s NDW & Electropunk, Punk Rock etc...
80's classics, New Romantic, Indie and Alternative, Old School EBM/Industrial and Electro etc...with DJ Cavey Nik and guest DJ djpsyche
21.00 – 02.00
£7 entry or £6 concessions [with proof]
INFO: 07981 234335 / firstname.lastname@example.org
|Friday, February 22nd, 2008|
|Tuesday, October 23rd, 2007|
|Monday, September 10th, 2007|
|Sunday, May 6th, 2007|
Bring 'n' Buy Sale - it's nearly time!
Yes, it's true - come on down and get your bargains a-plenty! We have 36 stalls of goodness, from clothes, to CD's, to crafts and even cakes!
***Plus, there's a bar, live DJ sets (including a set from DJX (M:alice, Tenebrae)) and a lounge area! Oh, and if you get bored of browsing (ha!) we also have the lovely Sascha, who has a Tarot stall and who also specialises in Scrying, Palmistry and Psychometry...***
There are no stalls available now - all 36 have been filled (but we can put you on the waiting list if you're desperate)
We do however have a communal table (come on the day, £1, 5 items or thereabouts)
|Friday, April 27th, 2007|
|Friday, March 23rd, 2007|
Alternative Bring 'n' Buy Sale II - bigger and better!
Whether you want to make some cash for the festival season, or just want to pick up a bargain, why not pop on down to our "Alternative Bring ‘n’ Buy Sale"?!
There’s a live set from DJX, a lounge area and bar, for when you feel like a breather from all that rummaging (no elbows please!).
So, if you want to clear out your clutter, be it clothes, books, CD’s or general bits and bobs, just email the address on the flyer and book your space now – limited number available!
**Oh, and if you only have a few items to sell, we do have a few spaces on a communal table, but book quickly! (5 items max, £1 payable on the day)**
Easter Sunday [Bank holiday] - London! Tickets available now!
Tickets from me in person = £6
via paypal.com [pay "email@example.com"] = £6
On the door = £7
The Purple Turtle
61 Crowndale Road
LondonLucifer Star Machine"This is high octane rock n roll rocket fuel to keep you going all night in a sexual blur. Lucifer Star Machine are the gang on the corner with leather jackets, greased back hair and flick knives in hand looking for action..[INTERPUNK]""Lucifer Star Machine consists of steaming great chunks
of in your face Rock'n'Roll. Imagine The Misfits, The Hellacopters,
Turbonegro and Electric Frankenstein having the mother of all parties... [Big Cheese Magazine]"D.U.S.T.""D.U.S.T. like to rock, they cite Motley Crue as one of their main influences, but they also have a melodic sensibility and an electronic edge that makes them appealing and very current. D.U.S.T. are quite different from pretty much anything else out there..... slightly reminiscent of Jesus Jones, they are likely to appeal to a wide range of people...[Sorted Magazine]"Witching Hour
[First gig in 8 years!]"In 1992 a self-produced vinyl E.P called "Hourglass" was released to high acclaim and the band also had a new keboard player in the form of Alex Winton. To promote the E.P, Witching Hour continued to gig, supporting such bands as The Dream Disciples and London After Midnight.""Witching Hour are now back with plans for digitally remastered releases, new promo videos and some live performances! oh and some new songs of course..."Fall Victim
[* London debut*]""Horrorfalls II". Shit man, if this song doesn't grab you by your balls and make you wanna go out and kill some zombies, then you're probably undead already [8up Records]"
With DJ Cavey Nik and DJ Chris Setzer [The Klub]
INFO: 07981 234335
|Thursday, March 15th, 2007|
Middle Floor: Industrial, EBM, Alternative Dance and more...
The Loft: Goth, Deathrock, Gothabilly, Trad Goth, 80's, Electro + more
10:00-12:00 DJ Ro Prasad (KLUB ASHIKA)
12:00-02:00 Paladin (S-C Resident)
02:00-05:00 Cavey Nik + DJane Kerosene Deluxe (Dead and Buried)
Basement Floor: Rock and Metal of all kinds
10:00-11:00 DJ Request Denied aka Syan (Inferno, Interlock, Intrepid Fox)
11:00-12:00 Killah Cally
01:00-02:00 DJ Metal Mayhem (aka Simon from Havok - Guildford)
04:00-05:00 Whole Lotta Toni (Kill-Kill-Kill)
@ Egg Club
200 York Way
Travel to Synthetic Culture:
Shuttle Bus from Kings Cross to Egg Club Running every 15 minutes from Stop G
390 Bus: Covering: Archway, Tuffnell Park, Kings Cross Station , Euston Station, Euston Road, Tottenham Court Road Station, Oxford Circus and Marble Arch.
274 Bus: From and to: Marble Arch, Oxford Street, Gloucester Place, Dorset Square, The Zoo, Camden Town Station, York Way, Agar Grove, Caledonian Road, Market Road, Caledonian Road, Copenhagen Street and Islington, Angel.
N10 Bus: Night Bus As the 390, plus: Hyde Park Corner, Kensington, Royal Albert Hall, High Street Kensington, Kensington Olympia , Hammersmith Broadway Bus Station, Charing Cross Hospital, Putney Station, Barnes Common, Roehampton Lane , East Sheen, Sheen Lane, and Richmond Bus Station.
Hope you can make it!
|Thursday, February 8th, 2007|
Sign this please!!http://petitions.pm.gov.uk/licensing/
Unlike the last petition I put up, which was a bit of a joke, this one is over the highly worthwhile cause of live music.
Points to remember about the new legislation:
a.. The unlicensed provision of even one musician is a potential
criminal offence (although some places are exempt, including places of public religious worship, royal palaces and moving vehicles). Max penalty: £20,000 fine and six months in prison.
b.. The rationale is to prevent noise, crime and disorder, to ensure public safety, and the protection of children from harm.
c.. But broadcast entertainment, including sport and music, is exempt - no matter where, and no matter how powerfully amplified.
d.. In the transition to the new regime, bars with jukeboxes, CD
players etc were automatically granted a license to play recorded
music; but their automatic entitlement to one or two musicians was abolished.
e.. For the first time, private performances raising money for charity are licensable.
f.. School performances open to friends and family are licensable -
they count as public performances.
g.. Under the old regime all premises licensed to sell alcohol for
consumption on the premises were automatically allowed up to two live musicians (the 'two in a bar rule').
h.. In December, DCMS published research confirming that about 40% of these have lost any automatic entitlement to live music as a result of the new Act:
'Very few establishments that wanted a new license were denied it, and many who were previously limited to 2-in-a-bar now have the ability to stage music with 2 or more musicians... This contrasts, of course, with the fact that 40% of establishments now have no automatic means of putting on live music (i.e. they would have to give a Temporary Event Notice - in effect a temporary entertainment licence. Only 12 are allowed per premises per year. They cost £21 each.)
I interpret this as saying places like bars, student unions, community halls (for Battle Of The Bands type stuff) etc are all under threat.
From the Licensing Act 2003 survey, December 2006 report:
The conditions added to the old licenses include "keeping the doors and windows shut" and "restriction on the number of performers"-- so H&S could shut it down in the first instance, and in the second it might as well have stayed with the old 2-in-a-bar rule. Other restrictions include noise limiting/soundproofing being installed (costly to the venue and offputting for the management, so less likely to allow live music), restriction on size of audiences (so the bar could take twice as many customers were it not for the three old guys in hats playing their accordians), and limiting the number of events (which just plain sucks.) At the end of the day, a bar is a business.
4.5.10: One in seven (15%) of those who applied to include live music in their license applications (excepting direct conversions of a PEL) received objections that affected their applications to provide live music.
4.5.11: It appears that including conditions in the application initially did not necessarily lead to a reduction in objections. The difference between the percentage of applicants who chose to include conditions in their application who then received objections (19%) and those who chose not to include their own conditions who received objections (14%) is not statistically significant.
Which, as you can see, means The Man is a c***. I only got as far as page 39 before my brain started to melt but this was certainly enough to persuade me.
See the full MORI reports on this site:http://www.culture.gov.uk/Reference_library/Research/research_by_dcms/live_music_exec_summary.html
X-posted to lots of places!