Archive for the ‘Entertainment’ Category

If you got here looking for information about the “To Boldly Go…” event, here’s a link:

To Boldly Go... 27th April 2013, Exchange, Bristol, UK.

Now, if it’s mixtapes you’re after, good news, I’ve been using dropbox and thought I’d share a link to the folder here, if you’re not a user I’d recommend it, installing the desktop client when you sign up using the link below will increase my available share space, which means more mixtapes for everyone! Installing the client isn’t essential however, if you just want to get the mixtapes, last link in this post is what you’re after.

The contents of the rolling archive will change from time to time so what you get will depend on when you look in there, installing the client will enable you to easily transfer the ones you want to keep to another folder…

So here’s the link to the desktop client/sign up:

And the moment you’ve been waiting for, may I present… The rolling archive:

Bob The Cat and The Exchange bring you a storming shindig of funk, ska, hip hop, reggae, ragga jungle and heavy heavy bass featuring a hand-picked selection of the South West’s biggest names and invited guests.


Performing live for your bass-whumpin’ up-jumpin’ tub-thumpin’ delight are:

Room 1
22:00 – 23:15 Filthy Mitts
23:15 – 00:30 The Scribes 
00:30 – 01:45 First Degree Burns
01:45 – 03:00 DJ Cheeba
03:00 – 04:00 Parker

Room 2
Zaq Dixon aka Q
Dub Boy
DJ Mikey J
(running order, room and times are subject to change)

Saturday 27 April 2013
The Exchange, Old Market, Bristol.
Dress code: Fancy Dress – Sci-Fi

think robots, Star Trek, Barbarella, Mars Attacks, tin foil hats, ray guns, cyborgs and dare I say it – laser tits.


£5.00 Super Early Bird Ticket – limited availability
£7.00 Early Bird Ticket – limited availability
£8.00 Advance Ticket
Cost will be more on the door.
Ticket prices subject to booking fee.

More information:


First starting his rise smashing chumps via DJ battles, Bristol’s Parker soon turned his hand to production gaining “lofty comparisons to the marvellous RJD2″. The driving soul and deep bass of his debut album To Eternity was described by DJ Magazine as having thrown “stylistic doors open wide with deliciously pleasing results”.


First Degree Burns

A sound so fresh it started a whole new genre, they call it ‘Skip-Hop’: fusing ska, reggae, hip-hop, rock and mad energy, this eight-man team serves beats, bass, horns and hooks with a hefty dollop of cheeky lyrical wit. Up tempo, conscious, danceable, invitingly innovative, musically accomplished, eclectic… and most importantly, not taking itself too seriously!
You might have caught them at Shambala, Boom Town, Beach Break, Fusion (Berlin) and countless other festivals across Europe recently; they’ve also supported The Beat, Bad Manners, Gomez, Jerry Dammers and The Slackers along the way. You are going to want to be right down the front for these guys. See why at:

The Scribes

Winners of the Exposure Music Award’s “Best UK Urban 2011”, Winners of the Eat Music Radio Award’s “Best Live Act 2012”, one of Venue Magazine’s “30 best live shows at Glastonbury”.
The Scribes are co-lyricists Ill Literate and Loki Steele, Beatbox maestro Lacey and Dj Kenny Hectyc, whose combined talents create a genuinely unique hip hop sound. The Scribes push the limits of hip hop to almost breaking point, mixing traditional hip hop sampling, live instrumentation, the most phenomenal freestyling in the UK and more energy than is even remotely sensible. More info at:

DJ Cheeba

Cut and paste sounds and pictures for people with short attention spa… oh look over there it’s:

DJ Mikey J

Mikey J has developed his DJ style from his early roots in Drum and Bass and Hip Hop to encompass a diverse range of music in his sets. Now infamous for mashing up Reggae with Dubstep, or Funk and Soul with House, Jungle or Breakbeats, Mikey J’s expertise in getting the dancefloor-rocking is unparalleled.

Dub Boy

Bristol bashment boomty bass… music rooted in the dancehall and aimed straight at yer waistline. Check it out at:


Eclectic and energetic, the Death$ucker Records head honcho bridges the void between bass-drenched Dubstep, ragga-infused Jungle and 250bpm 8-bit Gabba. Taste the action at:


Mix Masta Mullet

Party/hip hop/mashup/turntablist from South West UK. Mix Masta Mullet has been DJing and honing his skills for 10 years and has now made his mark on the scene with his first proper piece of work – the ‘Party at the Back’ mix.

DJ Madbeats


FILTHY MITTS (Mullet & Madbeats)


Zaq Dixon aka Q

Zaq is possibly the youngest professional Beat Boxer around. Performing Internationally and in the UK. With over 400 gigs under his belt. The story has only just begun.


Visuals by Anakissed to treat your eyes while you feast your ears and shake your thang.

Every one of these award winning artists are known for headlining nights across Bristol, the South West and worldwide. Bringing them all together for this one night is a coup of massive proportions. Get your tickets early for this one!


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Found Magazine Tour

Arnolfini – Bristol – 16.10.08 8pm £5.00/£3.00 concs

Cult magazine FOUND
brings its rowdy roadshow to Arnolfini for an evening of voyeuristic
fun. Expect tongue-in-cheek readings from the magazine and songs based
on found notes, pictures and objects, and hope and pray that
embarrassing photograph got sent to the shredder… The tour also
coincides with the first Found book publication, which will be
available from Arnolfini bookshop.

Follow this link for a recent article on Found Magazine in the Guardian: “Found is a powerful fix for thinking voyeurs” The Boston Globe

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I found this on YouTube in the description for a video of ‘Grandmaster Flash – White Lines’. Shocking use of keyword embedding just to get a few hits; you wouldn’t catch me stooping to such a low level. Wink

New video – Kersal remix

Posted: October 16, 2007 in Entertainment


Search for Kersal on youtube and find the original of this, then view through the various replies and remixes – I fell of my chair laughing at some of them…




St Pauls Carnival, Bristol, 2007

Posted: September 19, 2007 in Entertainment
Video by Brais Celme

Glade / Overkill Interview 2007

Posted: September 12, 2007 in Entertainment
I was interviewed by a Japanese Breakcore/alt culture webzine while working as part of the Overkill stage crew team at this years Glade Festival, you can read the interview here:
Japanese Version: