Queer Noise Club #2

Friday 13 September 2019

9:00 pm : Main stage / Standing

18+

Tickets

General admission: £10.00

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“Iceboy Violet is rapturous and captivating.” DJ Mag

Live experimental electronic performance, noisy techno, visual over-stimulation and a place you can dress as trashy as the inside of John Waters basement bin – WELCOME TO QUEER NOISE CLUB!

 

Line- up
Ifeoluwa Founder of Intervention, a Bristol based DJ workshop aiming to break down the barriers women, non-binary, queer people and people of colour face in music.
Pairing refreshingly broad musical affection with political fight. Their sets are punctuated with a very clear message that “no this isn’t just about playing music”, it’s about what the power of music can do to bring change. This mix proves exactly that, leaving you more empowered than when you started.

Iceboy Violet Iceboy Violet is a producer//vocalist\\DJ re-appropriating the energy, emotionality and resistance of Grime music to challenge heteronormativity and toxic masculinity. Giving voice to anger, anxieties and defiance as personal and collective catharsis.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnGVV8NEOw8

Annie Tådne  is an audiovisual artist from Stockholm. She is interested in how human perception of light, space, materials, and structures can be used in sonic explorations and give new resonance to how we consider art and technology, and amplify the construction of a reality that is active, dynamic and co-evolutionary. Through noise and broken beats she will perform a hybrid set mixing live and pre-recorded sounds and visuals.
www.tadne.se

Diessa www.soundcloud.com/diessa-994795933

Reviews

“Iceboy Violet is rapturous and captivating.” DJ Mag

“Ifeoluwa’s sets are powerful and punchy, filled with attitude.” Untitled909

 

Additional information:
Tickets are £10 online. There are also physical tickets available from Metronome reception Mon-Fri 9am-5ppm
(CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE, LET US KNOW at josh@gloamrecordings.com)

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This event implements a safer spaces policy . Queer Noise Club aims to creates a fun, inclusive and safe environment for all attendees, regardless of race, gender, sexuality or ability.

More info here

Queer Noise Club #2

“Iceboy Violet is rapturous and captivating.” DJ Mag

Live experimental electronic performance, noisy techno, visual over-stimulation and a place you can dress as trashy as the inside of John Waters basement bin – WELCOME TO QUEER NOISE CLUB!

 

Line- up
Ifeoluwa Founder of Intervention, a Bristol based DJ workshop aiming to break down the barriers women, non-binary, queer people and people of colour face in music.
Pairing refreshingly broad musical affection with political fight. Their sets are punctuated with a very clear message that “no this isn’t just about playing music”, it’s about what the power of music can do to bring change. This mix proves exactly that, leaving you more empowered than when you started.

Iceboy Violet Iceboy Violet is a producer//vocalist\\DJ re-appropriating the energy, emotionality and resistance of Grime music to challenge heteronormativity and toxic masculinity. Giving voice to anger, anxieties and defiance as personal and collective catharsis.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tnGVV8NEOw8

Annie Tådne  is an audiovisual artist from Stockholm. She is interested in how human perception of light, space, materials, and structures can be used in sonic explorations and give new resonance to how we consider art and technology, and amplify the construction of a reality that is active, dynamic and co-evolutionary. Through noise and broken beats she will perform a hybrid set mixing live and pre-recorded sounds and visuals.
www.tadne.se

Diessa www.soundcloud.com/diessa-994795933

Reviews

“Iceboy Violet is rapturous and captivating.” DJ Mag

“Ifeoluwa’s sets are powerful and punchy, filled with attitude.” Untitled909

 

Additional information:
Tickets are £10 online. There are also physical tickets available from Metronome reception Mon-Fri 9am-5ppm
(CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE, LET US KNOW at josh@gloamrecordings.com)

±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±

This event implements a safer spaces policy . Queer Noise Club aims to creates a fun, inclusive and safe environment for all attendees, regardless of race, gender, sexuality or ability.

More info here

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