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Amy Winehouse @ Jewish Museum London / from 16th March until 24th September 2017 💁

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Daily from 10am – 5pm
Friday: 10am – 2pm

@ Jewish Museum London, 129-131 Albert Street, Camden Town, London NW1 7NB

Tickets: from £6.50 book online

www.jewishmuseum.org.uk/amy

Discover the woman behind the music and beyond the hype in this intimate and moving exhibition about a much loved sister.

Get to know the real Amy Winehouse through her personal belongings, from family photographs to fashion. Items on display reflect Amy’s love for her family, London and more.

Originally staged at the museum in 2013 and returning following an international tour, Amy Winehouse: Family Portrait was co-curated with Winehouse’s brother Alex and sister-in-law Riva.

The exhibition is accompanied by a new Amy-themed street art trail which leads to ‘Love Is A Losing Game’ by renowned street artist Pegasus in our Welcome Gallery.

Visions Festival @ across six Hackney venues / Saturday 6th August 2016

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Various

@
Oval Space, 32 The Oval, London E2 9DT
The Laundry, 2-18 Warburton Road, London E8 3FN
St John at Hackney Church, Lower Clapton Road, London E5 0PD
Space Gallery Courtyard and Carpark, Warburton Street, London E8 3RH
Netil House Rooftop, 1 West Gate Street, London E8 3RL
London Fields Brewhouse, 365-366 Warburton St, London E8 3RR
Moth Club, Old Trades Hall, Valette Street, London E9 6NU

Tickets:
£39 book online

www.visionsfestival.com

Returning for its fourth year following the success of three sell-out events. The East London festival will take place across different warehouse venues, art spaces, courtyards rooftops, churches and outdoor areas in London Fields.

Music isn’t the only offering from VISIONS. Following the success of last year’s Craft Beer and Street Food Festival it will be returning featuring London’s finest traders: Mamas Jerk Station, Hot Mess, The Cheese Truck, Motherclucker, Oh My Dog craft beer and more. VISIONS Craft Beer and Street Food Festival will be located in the gardens of St John’s Hackney Church and will be open to the public to enjoy, as well as VISONS ticket holders. Ticket holders will also be able to enjoy the food stalls of Netil Market right next to Netil House Rooftop.

The Space Studios outdoor courtyard will feature creative outlets including Home Brew where you can sign up for beer brewing classes and watch a live brew, Old Habbits Tattoo shop, owned and run by Liam Sparks who will be offering VISIONS customers exclusive custom designs for just £50 only available only at the festival. Black Wax Records will have classic and new releases available to buy and Positive Press will be exhibiting work as well as running a live screen printing workshop to show you budding printers how it’s done.

Dalston Music Festival @ Gillett Square and various venues / 9th July 2016

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 2pm-6am

@ Gillett Square and various venues, London N16 8JN

Tickets: from £15 book online

www.dalstonmusicfestival.com

Back for its second edition, Dalston Music Festival celebrates Hackney’s finest music and culture with an all day, all night party right in the heart of Dalston.

This year Dalston Boys Club, Club Makossa, Arcola Bar and Tipsy are joining the list of participating venues alongside Pond Dalston, Vortex Jazz Club, Servant Jazz Quarters, Dalston Jazz Bar and Stamford Works.

ZOMBIE ZOMBIE – NOT WAVING – ROGER ROBINSON & DISRUPT – THE SOUL JAZZ RECORDS SOUNDSYSTEM FEAT. OXMAN – TOMAGA – RUBY RUSHTON – TOM FURSE DJ – DEEK RECORDINGS – ORCHESTRA ELASTIQUE – CHUGGY (EMOTIONAL RESPONSE / RESCUE)- LAURA GROVES – FUMACA PRETA – VANISHING TWIN – NEVER – GRAND UNION ORCHESTRA – DJ BULLION & CHARLIE BONES – THOOL… AND MORE…

Sonic Rebound @ The Round Chapel / Monday 29th February 2016

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 19:00

@ The Round Chapel, 1d Glenarm Road, London E5 0LY

Free entry

www.sdna.tv

Free audio-visual extravaganza of live music performed by the World Jazz Ensemble of England accompanied by stunning visuals and projections created in collaboration with young Hackney residents.

The concert will premiere compositions produced with young musicians during music and digital media workshops led by Hackney-born multi-instrumentalists Orphy Robinson and Rowland Sutherland, and digital media artists SDNA.

Using Hackney’s rich cultural heritage as inspiration, young people have created new music from Caribbean, Turkish, Indian, African, Balkan and Jewish musical influences, and created innovative visuals to illustrate the compositions.

The concert programme will also feature new compositions by Rowland Sutherland and Orphy Robinson that pay homage to Hackney.

The World Jazz Ensemble of England is a group of established soloists and emerging musicians including Rowland Sutherland on Flute, Orphy Robinson on Electronics, Kate Shortt on Cello, Jessica Lauren on Keyboard, Beibei Wang on Xylosynth and Percussion, Alec Dankworth on Double Bass, Cosimo Keita Cadore on Drum Kit and guest Kayman Aldis on Trumpet.

Future Artefacts @ Shoreditch Studios / from Friday 23rd till Sunday 25th October 2015

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors:
Friday 12.00 – 20.00
Saturday 10.00 – 20.00
Sunday 12.00 – 18.00

@ Shoreditch Studios, 37 Batemans Row, London EC2A 3HH

www.futureartefacts.com

Future of physical media; the world’s most progressive music, arts publishing, fashion and tech companies will be selling exclusive products at the fair.

Forty of the most exciting producers of physical media will present their finest products in a luxury environment for the inaugural FUTURE ARTEFACTS fair in 2015.

Everything from record labels and arts publishers to tech companies and artists, you can expect to see 3D printed music totems, fabric with patterns generated by sonic algorithms, experience Bjork’s Stonemilk video on Oculus Rift, and buy exclusive vinyl pressings, DIY synthesisers, prints and special editions of art and photo books.

Artisan food and drink will be supplied by leading London caterers in two bars, including one outdoor covered and heated area with film screenings.

Exhibitors:
Aesop, AMC Books, AnOther, Astral Black, Beatwoven, Baron Magazine, Bemojake, Big Dada, Butterz, Claire de Rouen, Diagonal, Ditto Press, Eros, Four Corners, GOST Books, Here Press & Loose Joints, Huntleys & Palmers, In Other Words, Knives, Kodoji, Landfill Editions, LuckyMe, Ninja Tune, One Little Indian, PAN, REGA, Reify, Ridinghouse, SPBH Editions, Sorika, Stolen Recordings, Studio Operative, Technology Will Save Us, Trolley Books and more!

Sound Unbound @ Barbican Centre, Milton Court, LSO St Luke’s and St Giles Cripplegate / Saturday 31st October to 1st November 2015

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 11am-late

@ Barbican Centre, Milton Court, LSO St Luke’s and St Giles Cripplegate

Tickets: from £25 book online

www.barbican.org.uk

Weekend festival that taking classical music away from tradition.

Have a pint and live tweet the concert, or go all night with a Nonclassical DJ set and our Classical Overnighter.

The Weekender is the chance for people who are curious about the power, magic and relevance of classical music to connect with it in a new way, with an unparalleled variety of music and an emphasis on informality.

Featuring over 64 taster concerts across a single weekend, we showcase the fresh face of classical music, with a mixture of established artists and rising stars chosen for their commitment to connecting with first-time audiences.

Access to sessions is available for all wristband holders, on a first come first served basis.

Find your musical personality with the interactive quiz.

Poeticat: Smash the Floor Tour @ venues across London / September 2014

Poeticat Smash the Tour at venues across LondonTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: various

@ Venues across London

Tickets: various

www.poeticat.co.uk

Poeticat are crashing through London to promote their EP Smash the Floor with the 10 date Smash the Tour.

With roots in London and Lisbon, Poeticat is an energetic and unique rock band infusing elements of progressive, experimental and psychedelic music with a punk attitude. They are here to play music to jump up and down to, and explode guitar riffs in your face with all the class of a 3 year old dancing to Metallica.

3 Sep – The Macbeth, Hoxton
4 Sep – The Victoria, Dalston
5 Sep – Fighting Cocks, Kingston
6 Sep – Pipeline – Shoreditch
12 Sep – Scream Lounge, Croydon
13 Sep – 12 Bar, Soho
17 Sep – Shacklewell Arms, Shoreditch
24 Sep – Hootannany, Brixton
25 Sep – The New Cross Inn, New Cross
27 Sep – The Finsbury, Hackney

Night Slugs 6th Birthday @ Oval Space / Friday 20th June 2014

Night Slugs 6th Birthday at Oval SpaceTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 22:00-06:00

@ Oval Space, 29-32 The Oval, Bethnal Green, London E2 9DT

Tickets: £18 book online

www.ovalspace.co.uk

Featuring an impressive line-up headed up by label founders Bok Bok and L-Vis 1990. One of the few labels that manages to push boundaries and resist classification, Night Slugs are undoubtedly one of the ‘most pronounced voices operating in the club landscape’, with their consistently high quality output of releases and experimental collaborations. The family will be out in force to celebrate their birthday, with Kingdom and Girl Unit joining special guest Head High aka Shed.

Get down early to catch our screening of Night Slugs & Fade to Mind’s short film ‘Icy Lake’, directed by Wills Glasspiegel with L-Vis 1990. ‘Icy Lake’ explores the mystery behind DAT Oven’s “suicidally hot” ‘Icy Lake’ track while connecting the dots between tribal house, vogue, grime, and the future.

DJs:
Bok Bok
L-Vis 1990
Kingdom
Girl Unit

Special guests:
HEad High aka Shed
Rp Boo

Hot food on the terrace made by Rita’s Bar & Dining, serving from 18:00

DJ Marathon @ Boxpark Shoreditch / Sunday 23rd March 2014

TIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 13:00-16:00

@ Boxpark Shoreditch, 2-4 Bethnal Green Road, London E1 6HT

Free entry

www.thedjmarathon.com
www.boxpark.co.uk

The DJ Marathon music and charity project are showcasing the best local DJs at a symbolic musical marathon.

Take part, shop and eat in London’s most exciting pop-up mall.

DJs:
Tom Alemanno
Divalvi
Thom de Jong
David McLean
And special live act

Burger Fest 2014 @ Hackney Downs Studios / Saturday 15th March 2014

Burger Fest 2014 at Hackney Downs StudiosTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: 15:30-23:30

@ Hackney Downs Studios, 17 Amhurst Terrace, London E8 2BT

Tickets: £35 (including food and drink) book online

www.twentysomethinglondon.com

Burger Fest brings together London’s most legendary burger connoisseurs under one roof for one day only.

Each ticket includes a beer, five half burgers and dessert.

Lineup:
Drew Dog beer
Honest Burgers
Mother Flipper
Wild Game Co
Street Kitchen
Burger Craft
Cupcakes and Shhht (dessert)

DJs:
Young & Lost Club
Stamp the Wax

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