Mother of all Parties
Saturday 19 November 2005, 8pm — 3am
Party all night to up and coming live music, experimental electronica and eclectic DJ’s. Enjoy the quirky atmosphere of a truly independent space (and well kept secret) in the middle of London that is controlled by artists for artists.
The line-up includes:
Bruce Gilbert (live – ex Wire), Howard Jacques (DJ – Resonance fm), Ken Ardley Playboys (live), Carl Michael von Hausswolff (live – ex Phauss), Dave Ball + guests (live – the Grid and Softcell), David Cunningham/Karen Mirza/Brad Butler (live), Dirty Snow (live), Stash (live), Jo Robertson (live), Alexander Wendt (DJ – Resonance fm), Annie Davey (DJ), The Fucks (live), Clippetyclop (live), Peter Jones (performance), with (cocktail), Nick Green (DJ), Mark Dean (DJ), DJ Seed, Judith Dean (performance), Monkey Cloakroom and more
The Mother of all Parties will round off Chronic Epoch an exhibition animated by 10 weeks of weekend performance, talks and screenings to celebrate Beaconsfield’s 10th Anniversary. After 10 weeks of free events, this time we’ll be asking for a voluntary contribution of £5 so go on, be generous and help us continue for at least another 10 years!
Beaconsfield, 22 Newport Street, London, SE11 6AY
Tel: 020 7582 6465
For more information on each of the acts, please see below:
Bruce Gilbert (live) ex Wire,
Howard Jacques (DJ) Resonance Radio
Ken Ardley Playboys (live) the Art World’s answer to skiffle band infected with concrete poetry
Carl Michael von Hausswolff (live) Founder of the cult record label Radium he is better known in the UK for his electronic sound work and compositions recording sound where supposedly there is none. Hausswolff was also part of Phauss.
Dave Ball (live) the Grid and Softcell
David Cunningham (live) the guy behind the Flying Lizards and the producer of This Heat
David Cunningham /Karen Mirza/Brad Butler (live) the three of them recently performed together at Serpentine Gallery
Dirty Snow (live) rock/performance art
Stash (live) – an American husband and wife combo with drummer (Crispin Glover)
Jo Robertson (live) folk solo acoustic – kind of an English, modern version of Susan Vega
Alexander Wendt (DJ) – Resonance Radio
Annie Davey eclectic female DJ
The Fucks (live) two recent escapees from Kingston (Surrey) perform ROCK AND ROLL.
Clippetyclop (live) rambling band of misfits with a profoundly deaf band-leader!
Peter Jones – filmaker
Nick Green (DJ)
Mark Dean (DJ and artist) – playing a mix of reggae, ska, punk and rocksteady
DJ Seed (DJ) retro pop
Judith Dean (performance)
— Dean won the Jerwood Sculpture Prize last year and performed at Beaconsfield as part of Moral Plinth (16 Oct — 21 Nov 2004)
— following on from the successful Monkey Diner…