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|Saturday, February 27th, 2010|
On sale now at Viva Hate:
|Friday, August 7th, 2009|
|Sunday, June 14th, 2009|
|Thursday, May 21st, 2009|
Not a gig as such but I wanted to let everyone know that Viva Hate (in Guild Hall Market) is stocking Black Velvet Zine. They have the current issue - which is -
Every issue has lots of in-depth interviews, informative gig reviews and heaps of CD reviews (and other stuff). Check it out. It's only £2.
|Sunday, February 15th, 2009|
|Thursday, May 15th, 2008|
|Monday, September 4th, 2006|
|Tuesday, August 15th, 2006|
|Friday, July 28th, 2006|
£7 on the door!! gona be awesome and blacktop have made this their e.p. launch so itll be a busy one!!
|Thursday, July 13th, 2006|
|Tuesday, June 27th, 2006|
LAST EVER WE GET LIVELY !!!!!
ITS GONA BE BLOODY ACE! BIG FAT PARTY AND A HALF!
GOT BANDS FROM FAR AND WIDE TO PLAY THIS LITTLE LEAVING PARTY FOR THE COLLECTIVE! TUBERS
(FLORIDA)PICTURES PAINT WORDS
(NUNEATON)FOUR DUMB KIDS
(SHEFFIELD)STEPHEN M ROE
(BURTON UPON TRENT)
ITS GONA BE A RIGHT BLAST SO ALL COME DOWN, BOUT 7.30 ON WEDNESDAY TO FIVELAMPS IN DERBY WITH £3 OF YA HARD EARNED MONIES! AND YA DRINKIN HEAD ON!
WE'RE ALL GOIN OUT ON THE PISS AFTER TO BLUENOTE COS ITS FREE TO GET IN, AND CHEAP DRINKIN! IVE GOT WORK IN THE MORNING AND I WANT IT MESSY!
|Friday, May 19th, 2006|
|Sunday, April 9th, 2006|
|Thursday, April 6th, 2006|
|Wednesday, November 2nd, 2005|
|Tuesday, November 1st, 2005|
|Tuesday, October 4th, 2005|
Saturday 8th October
@ The Heritage Hotel, Macklin Street, Derby
[Previously the Pennine Hotel]
8.30pm - The Orphans
Indie types I believe.
9.15pm - The Mail Order Brides
Rocking indie types I believe.
10.00pm - You Judas
Comparisons to My Bloody Valentine, Shellac and The Blood Brothers have been noted.
10.45pm - Fallout 40
Melodic shouty emo-esque joy on You and Whose Army records.
11.30pm - The Jesus Years
Instrumental wonder-fun in a Ghosts and Vodka/Cap n' Jazz vein from these boys.
12.15pm - Plans & Apologies
Jingly jangly bum rock that can get pretty intense on occasion.
01.00am - The Little Explorer
Everyone's favourite, sweeping melodies and whispering crossed with intense riffage and screaming. Lovely.Sunday 9th October
@ The Flower Pot Pub
4pm - Mr Crowe
- Frisko Dan
- Kortexx & BEN.E.G
- The Petebox
- 3 Deck Mash up with Mistah Toe n Mr Crowe
8pm - Trinity B-Boys with DJ Beatmaster
- Alex Blood
- Fierce Freas
- OPEN MIC SESSION
- Funk Bucket
10.30pm - Blade
"This event has been organised to raise awareness regarding the illegitimacy of the G8 summit as a decision making body, which is anti-democratic, unnaccountable, unrepresentative and consistently proven to be more a part of the problem regarding global poverty than part of the solution.
An After8 compilation CD featuring all artists supporting this event shall also be available for £4 and all proceeds from the CD and weekender shall be donated to Oxfam and Greenpeace in order to help combat global poverty and climate change, two issues that the G8 countries are largely responsible for.
Thanks for taking time to read this, please pop down, bring a crew and make this event worth the effort that's gone into making it happen.
Oh, I'm DJing on the Saturday night
If you have any questions, feel free to email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cheers, Pat x
|Monday, September 26th, 2005|
a humble request...
Derby City Council are trying to close down a very much loved alternative pub.
They want to improve the look of the area as it is opposite Derby train station, they can still do this without closing down the pub, but proposals have been made for commercialization and many buildings will be torn down
The Vic Inn is a great little place, supporting local bands to huge signed acts but always with a punk/ska/alternative edge.
Many bands played there first ever gig at the Vic and it holds happy memories for any alternative kid in Derby and the surrounding area
Last year alone 80,000 people walked through its doors, people regularly travel from all over the Midlands to see bands play.
I'm sure most towns/cities have a pub like this, so you can identify with how precious this place is to the Derby alternative music scene.
PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE, take one minute to fill in your name and help us save our beloved venue!
your help is VERY much appreciated.
x-posted like crazy!
|Saturday, September 24th, 2005|
|Friday, September 23rd, 2005|