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Time sure does fly!
Invader FM are hosting a new area for Upfest 2017, expanding on the ever growing Urban Arts festival in Bristol and we're proud to be invited back once again.
Bringing you the ear tingling soundtrack to the event, vibes a plenty.
Matt the Good
Duchess DJs Bristol
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Saturday 29th July 11am - 7pm
Sunday 30th July 11am - 7pm
Ashton Gate Stadium
Two house of musical arson, baby!
'Urban 80's' night at AHH
It is a celebration of underground 80's music and culture.
It will take place at AHH and The Pickle Facotry on Sat Nov 26th.
This is hopefully the first of many.
We are open from 8pm for drinks and music.
All Hallows Bar
8-9 Psycho Pop Sounds. Nil Meister on the one.
9-10 Notorious BS3 LIVE BAND 80's Hip Hop.
10-11 Titan Sound V Asine. Mega scratch battle.
11-12 Revrt V DJ Dad. Mega tuneage
The Pickle Factory
The Ping Pong Parlour Cafe Bar
10-12 Acid House Therapy
12-1am 4 way DJ Mash up
Notorious BS3 - Live 6 piece playing hip hop classic's
Titan Sound V Asine
Revrt V DJ Dad
Acid House Therapy
Prizes for the best 80s threads
Underground 80's Music
The PPP Cafe Bar
We hope to do this event every few months
We would very much like input from other 80's enthusiasts out there to help bring back the vibe. If this is you then get in touch.
This event is over 18's only.
Last entry 11.30pm
13 All Hallows Road, Easton, Bristol BS5 0HH
8pm to 1am
Its £5 Entry with a ticket from Bristol Ticket Shop
Its £7 Entry on the night
All proceeds go towards to AHH Community Co-op
In 2004, upon closure of what was Eat the Beat (Bristol's finest ever record shop) the DJ and producer collective born out of the shop spread out to the far reaches of space. Records were released independently of one another, and they still worked as DJs but never together. Until March 2008, when the founders of the station tinkered around and found that it was relatively easy to transmit 130bpm squelchy bass noises across space. When a birthday brought them all back together, they unleashed their idea on the rest of the crew. They were back in business and the station was born.
Anyone who ever stepped into Eat the beat knew they were in the arms of a loving family. It was simply the friendliest record shop ever to open its doors. Never Exclusive always inclusive, music was listened to, loved, talked about, and laughed about and all over a brew. So now that love and that music policy are simply transmitted onto and out of the radio station. The DJs began by playing each other the records they loved, but very quickly they gathered like minded ears and the listener base has expanded ever since – like every good musical movement should….something from nothing. Each Member of the original crew had a musical speciality they could bring to the table, be that Disco, Drum and Bass, Breaks, Hip hop, Soul, funk, Reggae, or House, but add to that the new shows that have joined since its inception and its becoming a more phenomenal roster with every passing week.
So until you tune in keep watching the skies….and then keep it invader.