Event: GonneBeSick presents… The Christmas Party Featuring Subgiant & Buba King
Date: Fri 28th Dec 2012, 8:00pm – 3:00am
Venue: Talking Heads
320 Portswood Road, Southampton, United Kingdom
Details: Doors: 7.30pm
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SUBGIANT [LIVE ACT] – Electro Dub Rock
BUBA KING – Breakbeat/Mash ups/Ghetto Funk/Big Beat/Glitch Hop/D&B/Dubstep
QUEXTAL – Psybreaks / Glitch Crunk / Future Jungle / Chunk Tech / Neurofunk
CHESHIRE CAT – Jungle/D&B/Funky Breaks
LOVEABLE ROGUE – Electro Swing/Breaks
MR MEANDER (DIRTYRATCHILD) – Bouncy mash-up madness
RE-PETE – Vocal looping hip hop beatbox
Full UV decor
Visuals by VJKC [Dropoutz]
Early Bird tickets £8
Standard tickets £10
Buy ticket codes direct from Alan or Sam to avoid booking fees.
About the acts:
“The electro dub rock collision that is Subgiant has infected the UK Festival scene, with their seminal track Filthy becoming a staple on the live club scene too. After remixing Metallicas Enter Sandman and Rage Against the Machines Killing in the Name Of to devastating effect, the sound really took off.” The band has now rocked all these places!: GLASTONBURY (three times), BESTIVAL (three times) LARMERTREE FESTIVAL (three times), BLISSFIELDS FESTIVAL (loads of times!), BEAUTIFUL DAYS (twice), SOLFEST, GLADE FESTIVAL, NOZSTOCK, THE OPERAHOUSE, SLINKY, BEARDED THEORY (twice), OCTOPUS ROCK FESTIVAL, EARTHWISE FESTIVAL, SUNRISE, EASTERN HAZE, BLOOM, PLANET ANGEL, TRINITY, WYCHWOOD FESTIVAL, VALE EARTH FAIR, RAGGED HEDGE, BOSCOMBE FAIR, PURAVIDA, GUILFEST, SHAMBALA, ALCHEMY, PULSE FESTIVAL…. not to mention all the clubs, live venues, parties and tents inbetween…
“In 2003 DJ Buba & Jason King were sent to listen to music crimes they didnt commit. They promptly escaped from a commercial seaside town to the dance music underground. Today still wanted by the public, they survive as DJs of fortune If you have a party, if none else can help, and if you can find themMaybe you can hire. The BUBAKING
When some play safe or stale Beats, Bubaking like to mash it up with an Anything goes including the kitchen sink attitude and a cheeky old skool twist. A Friendship supplying dodgy white ones over the counter of their local record store (white labels of course) has mutated into The breakbeat equivalent of little & large. They have not looked back with infamous Mix Cds, Radio 1 Minimix for Annie Mac, Burgers & Beats Radio Shows, Cheeky Booties/Re-edits and a string of festival appearances and not forgetting that Bloody Horn Noise!!
When theyre not raiding charity shops, diving in the bargain basement bins or robbing the vinyl crypts, they still find time to share DJ needles on the Breaks & Beats celebrity list including Freddy Fresh, Coldcut, DJ Food, A Skillz, Krafty Kuts, Stanton Warriors and the Plump DJs to name a few. The duo have built up an infamous reputation (and fanbase) tearing the house up & down throughout London, Brighton, Southampton, Bristol and their Bournemouth Hometown. Expect the unexpected and dont burn your fingers on the fuse wire, Theyre no warm up act!!”
“Quextal has established a reputation as a leading proponent of progressive psybreaks and many other evolving psychedelic genres. His unique style and craftmanship, infectious passion for what he plays, and intuitive skill at combining multiple genres of music into a coherent, flowing journey, have won praise from many of the scenes leading lights.
Quextal hosts regular shows on popular net radio channels such as NSB Radio and PsyMusic (archives and tracklists available from http://quextal.com/). Over the last couple of years he has played at festivals such as Glade, Waveform and Bearded Theory, numerous outdoor parties, and club nights in Southampton, Bristol, Leeds and beyond.
In 2011 Quextal began producing his own music (again, something that he had done as a hobby on cheap kit many years before, but is now doing properly). His first tune was released on VIM that year, and more will follow in 2012.”
Vocal looping hip hop beatbox
A Brighton legend, Re-Pete returns to Southampton to bring us an unusual treat for the ears, don’t miss this.
MR MEANDER (DIRTYRATCHILD)
Bouncy mash-up madness from the local legend that is Weve… With a mix of music that eludes definition like all good art should..!
The Cat rocked the place with his set at Raving Heads recently, and will be bringing his own blend of cut up rave funk back to fill the dance floor again!
Well known locally as the original founder of Gonna Be Sick and a man who loves to party, the Loveable Rogue will be tearing up the dancefloor with some good new fashioned electro swing 🙂