Kundama - Rocket Surgeons - Press Play - Dr Moody - DK & IP Visuals (Blow Pop)
The Attic Bar Presents a night of Live music, DJ's and amazing visuals. This is a night not to be missed!
Tickets £6 Available from the Bristol Ticket Shop. MORE ON THE DOOR!
KUNDAMA - ROCKET SURGEONS - PRESS PLAY
DR MOODY and DK & IP VJ SET (Blow Pop)
Innovative five-piece taking live dancefloor bass music in new directions, chucking elements of dubstep, breaks, drum and bass, hip hop, garage and afrobeat into an industrial blender and leaning on the switch till it sounds like dinner.
Along with Ed Hipkins' groundbreaking hybrid drumkit/sampler rig, Kundama's lineup features the talented Sam "Shotaka" Brown of Edenheight blowing dirty analogue synth basslines via midi sax(?!), along with killer acapella duo Emma and Rosie from Lace on Lipstick and live percussion from local specialist Bongosan. With their 'oneshots, no loop' outlook, this crew represent the livest of live dance music in time honoured Bristol fashion.
Doctor Moody a renowned producer, musician and DJ from Bristol, has built up his reputation and wowed the crowds in South Africa, Europe and America with his seamless mixing skills and Jedi red eye cuts and drops. His infectious stage show of decks, samplers, live vocals and visuals combining the most underground of breaks and house with the funkiest party tunes has made him everyone’s favourite DJ. His career has spanned out over the last ten years and has seen him share the stage with some of the worlds most recognised DJ’s and artists. With releases on all major digital sites, right now the Doctor is blowing up stages around the UK with a new live DJ set ‘Rocket Surgeons’.
Since Pressplay's debut single 'Riding The Dark' [remixes by DJ Task and Alex Swift] and debut album 'The Switch Room' in 2011, the band are making a name for themselves as a dynamic new Bristol trio. They are a band that cannot be categorised within one genre easierly, flagging multiple styles within a set that's sonically unique, these 70's cop-show psychedelic rockers duel with cine-thematic drama, heralding the voice of forgotten film and the confessions of a brooding dark angel. The band's history of collaborations with talented visual artists, directors and producers (such as DKIP/Blowpop & Chris Lucas, James Reed) has now developed into a stunning live projection show, intregal to the experience of seeing this exciting band live. ".... you feel their delivery of cloak-and-dagger atmospheres resonant and rip through your soul...." ".... witness one of their eclectic live shows, that simply exhibit an explosive kinetic thrill...." Festival favourites, Pressplay have played Glastonbury, Ashton Court, Electric Picnic, Itchychoo Park to name a few..