Ripple Red Presents… GOLD
Celebrating a year like no other with Goldsmiths at Amersham Arms (opposite New Cross Station).
Ripple Red have partnered up with Goldsmiths’ Music to host a huge graduation party.
WHAT a way to round off an incredible year.
There’s (recommended) live MUSIC from Little Grim, The Paisley Daze, Mathilde Bataille and Funeral For Bird, as well as a host of art exhibitors and DJs.
Thursday 19th July is a chance to celebrate a variety show of new talent.
Tickets are just £2 in advance or £4 on the door.
Psst! It’s £2 O.T.D. with Goldsmith’s Music Society I.D!
Entry includes the above mentioned live shows, access to the upstairs ART exhibition curated by James Etherington plus DANCING to DJ sets from Goldsmiths’ own Nick Babić and Ashley Sebastian, at the after party til 3am
#MusicTourism: 24 hr buses stop outside and a minute away outside Goldsmiths Uni. Rail; Visible across the road from New Cross Station (5 mins from London Bridge or on the East London Line), a few minutes walk from both New Cross Gate Station and Deptford Bridge on the DLR.
Try Before You Fly!
LITTLE GRIM (Headline)
South London alt-rock outfit who mingle chilling, harrowing lyrics and soaring vocals with slick hip-hop beats. The result is music you can dance and cry to, preferably at the same time.
#FuturePicks : This video, ‘Hoodie‘, is superb
THE PAISLEY DAZE
Born in North London, raised in Hong Kong, and being of Punjabi origin, brothers Kish and Peefs Daze are timelessly groovy young dudes who push boundaries of genre with the goal of making people dance to sweet soulful music for the mind, body and spirit. Listen On Spotify.
A French musician whose music derives from introspective everyday experiences and social reflections. Accompanied by music inspired by the likes of Jeff Buckley, Patti Smith, Jimi Hendrix and the French chanson, her cathartic sets are a testament to her passion and intent to connect with others. Listen On Spotify.
FUNERAL FOR BIRD
Blending atmospheric, folky dream pop with soulful electronica, London based Funeral For Bird create an engaging and moving live show that swirls and bubbles as it goes along. Originally the solo project of 19-year old Joe Futak, Funeral For Bird has since expanded into a full band. Their third album was released in the summer of 2017 to positive acclaim. Listen On Soundcloud.
Thursay 19th July, NX, #SELondon
It’s at ArtBeat central, the Amersham Arms, it’s gonna be ace.
A fave hangout for TheZineUK travelling circus.
Pic is from the ArtBeat events (where TheZineUK was born) launch. DJs Jean Genie of Rocklands ArtBeat and Dave GigSlutz (who had just broadcast a radio show from The Old Police Station into the venue).
Amersham Arms is the best place for experimental audiovisual adventures.
Hey, TheZineUK and GigSlutz united again on the eflyer for this event. What’s not to love? Live music and DJs party in the backstage bar (front bar – real ales and craft beer bar included – is open all afternoon for early summery shenanigans)
LOVE the Take Courage Gallery upstairs, for the art exhibitions and more, plus there’s the (also art inspired) the outside smoking areas (including a rooftop bar!)
It’s a hubba hubba of a creative hub, and remains one of London’s key (and most) happening venues! Managed by a musician, of course it’s special! theamershamarms.net/ 388 New Cross Road, London SE14 6TY.
TheZineUK Events Dept. Love Pirate at Rocklands Artbeat / RocklandsTV. PR stands for Punk Rebel. Mad Old Bat (Deluxe) or Vintage Rock Chick? You decide.