Saturday, 2 August 2014 from 19:00 to 23:00 (BST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
DJs // MUSIC // FILM / SPOKEN WORD / JOURNEY TO YES //
Free Event (Ticketed) (7pm-11pm, Afterparty 11pm-2am)
Pro-Vinylist Karim // Rebecca Vasmant // Jelly Roll Soul // Northern Xposure // Janice Galloway // Blank Canvas // Zara Gladman
JANICE GALLOWAY! Janice Galloway is one of the UK's most versatile and gifted writers, author of novels, short stories, non-fiction, collaborative works with visual artists and musicians, opera libretti and prose-poetry.
BLANK CANVAS! An alternative indie band from Edinburgh. Best descibed as "ambient punk" or "prog punk". The band first came to attention in early 2010 with their EP 'Veins' gaining acclaim and national radio play. Since, they have supported bands like Little Comets, Housse de Racket and Pete and the Pirates. Their latest double single 'By the Fire / Golden' has earned them further acclaim and support slots with Friends Electric and The Twilight Sad.
The inimitable ZARA GLADMAN!! (aka Lady Alba)
NRNXPRO! Scottish Hip-Hop's finest urban act. LAUREN LAVERNE BBC: 'NorthernXposure are poised for great thing's'. THE EVENING NEWS: 'in this new world of multiculturalism NorthernXposure should be an ambassador'
JELLY ROLL SOUL! Jelly Roll Soul is dedicated to music past, present & future with real funk & grit rather than flat, digitised sheen; house, afro-funk, hip hop, detroit techno, disco, jazz and more. The Stirling collective are infamous from Glasgow to Detroit for breaking new ground and keeping it real.
REBECCA VASMANT! DJ-Producer from Glasgow, Rebecca has gone from promoting her own parties in Glasgow, starting her jazz record label Shiehallion and touring the world for Ministry Of Sound, and is ever experimenting with new sounds and collaborations. Subclub, Arches, Pacha, Space, Brazil, Italy, Bosnia, Serbia, Rebecca’s talent has taken her around the globe to well known and loved world class clubbing spots.
PRO-VINYLIST KARIM! The Rubadub records stalwart has been at heart of Glasgow’s music scene for years, playing Subclub, The Art School, Electric Frog, Rockness and T in the Park to name a few over. A pioneer in beats, Karim on the turntables is a rare treat.
Doors 6.45 for 7pm for Jail Yard Event
Afterparty from 11pm -2am in Jail Yard Basement with DJ's Jelly Roll Soul and Pro-Vinylist Karim carrying us in to the wee hours.
BOTH EVENTS ARE FREE AND TICKETED SEPARATELY.
AFTER PARTY LIMITED CAPACITY OF 120 has now sold out
Promoted by Ross Colquhoun on behalf of National Collective (Artists and Creatives for Independence Limited) Both at 47 Easter Drylaw Drive, Edinburgh
When & Where
National Collective is the cultural movement for Scottish independence, featuring artists, writers and activists campaigning for a Yes vote through local groups, events, social media, published word and art.