This week alone we have Wild Palms, a girls only DJ comp, Neon Indian doing a gig, are part of Stag & Dagger with A Place To Bury Strangers, Sian Alice Group and Active Child playing here, have Crazy P live, Art Of Tones and Pete Herbert. Impressive but we’re not going to get all complacent or anything, next week’s just as good. Details, links and stuff below.
Also, photos from the recent May Deviation party with Theo Parrish and Peanutbuter wolf here. Thanks to Antony Price for the shots.
Tuesday 18th May // The BASEMENT // 8pm – 12am // £5 ADV
Wild Palms “Deep Dive” Single Launch
LIVE: Wild Palms + Electricity In Our Homes + Tristram
Pop Justice talk about Wild Palms
Wednesday 19th May // The CAMP // 7pm – 12am // Free Entry
Space is the Place
LIVE: Graham Fox’s Fiction Trio / Graham Fox (drums) + Ross Stanley (keys/organ) + James Fenn (guitar)
Spaceis the Place Space is the Place Graham Fox was part of UNKLE’s current album
Thursday 20th May // The CAMP // 8pm – 1am // Free Entry
Next Girl DJ
DJS: Anthea and competition finalists
Anthea’s Ibiza Voice podcast // The finalists
Thursday 20th May // The BASEMENT // 7:30pm – 12am // £7.50 ADV
Rockfeedback Presents: Neon Indian
LIVE: Neon Indian + Visions of Trees
DJS: Dam Mantle
Buy tickets // Pitchfork on Neon Indian
Friday 21st May // The CAMP & The BASEMENT // 7:30pm-4am // £15 ADV
Stag & Dagger
LIVE: A Place to Bury Strangers + Sian Alice Group + Active Child + Lone Lady + Class Actress + Comanechi + Javelin + John & Jen
DJS: Snap Crackle & Pop djs + Feeding Time djs
Stag & Dagger info & tickets // A Place to Bury Strangers
Saturday 22nd May // The CAMP & The BASEMENT // 9pm – 4am // £10 ADV, More OTD
LIVE: Crazy P
DJS: Art of Tones (2020) + Pete Herbert (Reverso68) + Tristan Da Cunha + Andy Whittaker + Christophe
ART: Victoria Topping da Crazy P website // Victoria Topping
COMING SOON: Loud & Quiet free party // Lowlife tickets // Ikonika @ Colourr free // World Cup free // Daytona Lights & The Horrors DJ tickets // No Pain In Pop with James Ferraro + Monopoly Child Star Searchers LIVE tickets
New Menu coming in June: Bottega Prelibato meets Camp Restaurant and Deli // breakfast / lunch / dinner
And here’s an initiative that The CAMP’s James Priestley is involved in…check it out
The Dream Factory…
The concept embraces and showcases a collection of today’s most relevant and exciting Cultural Engineers. Their inspiring stories and ground breaking achievements will be shared through the Dream Factory annual, as well as an eclectic exhibition and a series of nationwide workshops.
Launching May 20th is The Dream Factory exhibition and limited edition book preview event – you can bag yourself the chance to win tickets to the launch and exhibition which is held for 10 days at The Dray Walk Gallery, Brick Lane (E1). It’s a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in all things cultural and creative whilst checking out the showcase of our chosen 20 leading Cultural Engineers.
For more information about The Dream Factory, these innovative enriching individuals or for exclusive interviews, commentary from leaders, blog feeds and other competitions please visit here.
Don’t forget to pass on to friends, colleagues, clients or anyone who has a dream….
Mon – Wed 2pm – 12am
Thurs: 2pm – 1am
Fri: 2am – 4am
Sat: 8pm – 4am