Brokers Bar, opposite the Central Bank, Dame Street 10 til 2.30!
Fundraiser for the Seomra Sproai Autonomous Social Centre
5 blips in before the midnight hour, 7 after (if ye can afford it) â€” Get down there!
More info about our activities and ethos at myspace.com/erdublin and erdublin.com
Electronic Resistance is back on the gigs trail with another fundraising electronic extravageansaÃ, this time for Seomra Spraoi, the wicked social centre that’s just launched its new building in Dublin city centre
Ragga breakcore bigness from the furious Prince Kong, Jungle from the smooth mixin’ DJ CLass A, Dubstep and 2-step from sub-ambassadors Konspiracy and Welfare as well as a mixed bag of niceties form Deki’s mysterious record bag â€” all for 5 slave tokens if yer early â€” Woop!
- PRINCE KONG
- Prince Kong is a jungle/breakcore project focusing on precision cut rythym edits and agressive/contorted sounds. Designed for most forms of ASBO inducing behaviour and other social niceties.
- DJ CLASS A
- Smooth mixin’ Derry D and B maestro fresh from supporting the legendary Grooverider â€” Whilst specialising in Drum and Bass & Jungle, Class A has also been known for playing sets of old skool hardcore and classic house, trance & techno. Check him every week on the nations best station, Raidio na Life!
- KONSPIRACY b2b WELFARE
- Dublin Dub Stalwart Konspiracy is a DJ and Producer currently wobbling around the place with the DubCulture crew and the notorious 313 gang â€” mixes and tunes at myspace.com/konspiracydub
Welfare is a Dublin based Dubstep and Jungle aficionado and E.R souljah with a weekly radio show on Raidio na Life and has been known to surface loudly in Galway and Dublin clubs with vinyl and Serato in tow-production efforts almost ready for public consumption â€” watch this space >}
Eclectic flavour of the broken beat variety form the ex Jazz fm and pirate pariah DJ who can be found spinning in the Seomra of an evening and carting the components of entertainment from place to place of an afternoon
Seomra Spraoi is Dublin’s very own radical social centreâ€¦ Today in Ireland there is virtually nowhere indoors for people to congregate that isn’t a pub or overpriced cafe. There are many successful autonomous social centres in other European cities, independent of local authority, church, business or other controlling body. These spaces have provided a focal point for many of the social movements in the West, where public spaces have been eaten away by consumerism, property speculation and the culture of the car.
The new (fourth generation) space has been open for a couple of months now and actually just had a very busy and successful launch weekend. The space facilitates a mad range of
activities, from film screenings to regular workshops on every possible topic (including bike repair, stencil and graffiti, electronic music production, permaculture, gardening, legal support, activist skill sharing to name just a few), political meetings to cross dressing parties, acoustic gigs and a truckload of other interesting stuff â€” more info at seomraspraoi.org and myspace.com/seomraspraoi
Related Link: http://myspace.com/erdublin