13 September 2014
until 2am / £6
coming UP in Glasgow: dance mania for freaks and lovers
HOT MESS = underground homo disco = fun times = a break from the normcore = electronic funk and jacking classics from beyond = blushing faces and sweating bodies = ecstatic joy
Argonaut Sounds Reggae Soundsystem welcomes Fogata Sounds (Krak in Dub ft. Troy Berkeley)
Friday 29 August 2014 | 10pm-2am | £5
We’re rounding off our summer sound system sessions by welcoming Krak In Dub ft. Troy Berkeley AKA Fogata Sounds, all the way from Paris to nice up the dance.
Formerly of MAS I MAS crew (junglist veterans from Paris), with nuff record productions to his name, and 20 years troddin’ paths across four continents, Krak In Dub now works with legendary artists such as Lone Ranger, Echo Minott and Demolition Man, as co-founder of his Fogata label. Spinnin’ live some Fogata Production inna rubadubstep stylee – from heavy remixes to original riddim, mixing reggae/dub versions with dubstep and electronic sounds – Krak In Dub will be joined by MC Troy Berkeley.
Born in Bermuda where he grew up ‘longside the Souljah One sound system, Troy later moved to Europe and continued to mash up dances. With more than 25 years on stage behind him, he’s a versatile singer and MC.
Argonaut Sounds run t’ings fi years…
JIM LAMBIE: NOT JUST FOR ME: A SAMPLE OF THE POETRY CLUB
Jim Lambie’s solo exhibition at The Fruitmarket Gallery is accompanied by a new publication that celebrates one of Lambie’s most generous sculptures, The Poetry Club. Including poetry from John Giorno, Richard Hell, Liz Lochhead and Gerard Malanga among others, the book presents a sample of The Poetry Club, a rich assemblage of some of the people who, in Lambie’s words, ‘give us our dreams’.
Hardback: 176 Pages, full colour throughout
Published July 2014
Available for online purchase at: The Fruitmarket Gallery Bookshop
P&P: £4.00 UK, £12.00 Europe, £16.00 Rest of World
WEIRD SCIENCE: Not Your Usual 80’s Night
FRIDAY 22 AUGUST
10pm – 2am | £3 Entry
Come to the launch evening at The Poetry Club (by SWG3), Eastvale Place – Friday 22 August, at 8pm. Entry is £3. Be there for the rebirth of the plastic age.
FUELLED BY THE EFFECTS OF A 12 HOUR ROAD TRIP…
WEIRD SCIENCE WAS CONCEIVED AND BROUGHT TO FRUITION BY A TEAM OF CRAZED FIENDS WHO BELIEVE THAT THE 80S WAS A TIME OF ARTISTIC MERIT FAR OVERLOOKED.
THE AGE OF ULTRAVOX, ERASURE, TALKING HEADS, FLEETWOOD MAC, JULIAN COPE, KRAFTWERK, GRACE JONES, MADNESS, PRINCE, DURAN DURAN, AND THE B-52’S.
[THERE WAS MORE TO THIS DECADE THAN MILLI VANILLI, BANANARAMA AND MEN AT WORK. ]
THEY INVITE YOU TO JOIN THEM FOR AN EVENING OF CELEBRATION OF ALL THAT WAS GREAT AND GOOD.