#R3D Market 2013 season : Here at Red Market we know that the music you listen to whilst sipping your cocktail or drinking that cold beer is as important as the food and environment you are in, so for your listening pleasure we have on Thursday evening is being hosted Red Gallery who procured Shoreditch Disco stalwarts The Diaz brothers (the Kings Head members club & Illicit late Night Cocktail bar) and Phil Mison whose Ibiza sets are legendary will be selecting your Friday nights “Sunset Feel” in an oasis in the heart of urban Shoreditch.
see more info HERE
Rosa Bloom Pop-Up Shop Launch night TONIGHT, 6-9pm, come for complimentary drinks and a FIRST look at the new collection from our dressing-up box boutique...come and celebrate with us! Plus a chance to buy exclusive pieces not available online. Open until Sunday.
EXCESS ALL AREAS is a special exhibition that draws together a collection of the iconic images used to promote just some of more than one thousand parties thrown by legendary Leeds club night Back to Basics, since it opened its doors 21 years ago.
Each image was created by the club’s promoter, resident artist and “purveyor of good times”, Dave Beer, as part of an ongoing collaboration with designer Nic Gundill - a partnership that has lasted two decades.
It is widely accepted, for example, that Back to Basics and the nightlife culture it spawned has been a catalyst for a growing student population. It is also a fact that the club’s “no trainers” policy was the driving force behind one of the most successful fashion brands to come out of Leeds, Nicholas Deakins; just one example of how the club’s dress code changed fashion and retail at the time. The cultural and economic impact of Back to Basics on this city, and on our culture in general – the likes of Groove Armada, Basement Jaxx and Daft Punk are among those to have played their UK debut and found their feet in Basics – cannot be underestimated.
Twenty years later Back to Basics remains a pioneer and has retained its rock and roll ethos. Against all the odds, for a club that deliberately turned its back on the commercial world of the club “brand“, Back to Basics has turned 20 and is now the longest running club night of its kind, anywhere in the world. Sadly, some beloved friends have not managed the whole journey, most notably Ali Cooke and Jocelyn Higgin who lost their lives in a tragic car accident in 1993, an accident from which Dave and a former girlfriend, Jill Morris, had miraculously walked away. It is to Ali, Jocelyn and the others that this exhibition is dedicated, aswell as to the family of resident DJ’s and committed (and still discerning) clubbers who continue to help Back to Basics go “two steps further than any other fucker!”
This animation follows the journey of a piece of paper which was scrumpled up and thrown away. As this paper falls, it becomes a small part of the many other neglected ideas and the debris piles up.
This story follows the paper and the abandoned idea,
The largest mural in the UK to be painted by an individual artist, the animation was made using a 5 story building, a shipping container and a double decker bus as a canvas. During the coldest March in 50 years, Jo Peel and her dedicated team spent one month battling snow blizzards and icy winds to paint and record the animation frame by frame and create a 3 minute film.
Animation & DIrection: Jo Peel
Producer: Jo Peel & Alternative London
Production Manager: Jonathan Robson
Camera Operators: Jade Brassett, Sanne Winderickx, Adam McGee Abe
Art Assistants: Jade Brassett, Tamara Venn, Sam McClean, Darius Bielecki, Lara Hamadi
Jo Peel website: HERE
Music by Beirut (website): HERE
Alternative London website: HERE
These two boys (Barnes & Webb) have just delivered to the Red roof a colony of Buckfast Bees.
Barnes & Webb are a London based beehive rental company set up in 2013 by Chris Barnes and Paul Webb. They are passionate about bees and urban beekeeping and wanted to find ways of sharing this experience (and the honey!) with others. As important to us is helping to increase the honeybee population after the recent dramatic fall in numbers.
They are now placing hives in outdoor spaces across the city, building an urban apiary which is giving people local honey, pollinated gardens, the knowledge that together we’re helping to increase honeybee populations and an up-close insight into the fascinating world of the honeybee.
What type of bees are they?
Currently all our bees are Buckfast - chosen for their suitability for urban, backyard beekeeping. That said, once the queen has flown off and mated there can be no guarantee who she mates with so the pure Buckfast strain can end up being quite a mix. If any of our colonies become too aggressive or exhibit any other bad traits we will re-queen them as soon as possible.
If you are interested in having your own Beehive please contact the boys
Barnes & Webb website: HERE
Email them: HERE
Material Bookshop: BYOB workshop with Jessica Found It- info: HERE
ICN Gallery: The art of Green Tea - info HERE
Tomax Talk: a talk on Community Space - info HERE
Gorrila Perfumes: Gorilla Perfume will host a small sample of the delights – Info HERE
Alternative London: Alternative London will be running a free walking tour of Shoreditch and Hoxton, starting and finishing at Red Market – info HERE
Tarot Card Reader: By Ojos de Brujos - info HERE
Art by - see art listings HERE
Jo Peel (film screening of the mural piece)– info HERE
PERSPICERE – info HERE
Maria Teresa Gavazzi : info HERE
Terrible Twins - info HERE
Keeler Tornero – info HERE
S.I.R – info HERE
Benjamin Murphy – info HERE
Culm F. Kerr – info HERE
Charles of London – info HERE
Shuby X Disastronaut - info HERE
In the Red Basement a special happening event presented and curated by: VANYA BALOGH & RAUL PINA : HAHA! vs BOMBASTIC ROUND 3 > INFERNO! - see event page info HERE
Kid's tent and all day activities for children – info HERE
10 Street-Food Traders - info HERE
Summer cocktails and local Ales.
Music by: BRIAN IDDENDEN BAND, SUBJECT DJ's, OLLY SUGARLUMP HONEYWILL, THE DIAZ BROTHERS, DC and FU MANCHU (Nudge Records)
Crossing the boundaries of curation, managing a co-operative with a natural sense of social responsibility, RED is an elysium fields for the post-rave generations.
FREE ENTRY * FROM MIDDAY TILL MIDNIGHT
VANYA BALOGH & RAUL PINA present: HAHA! vs BOMBASTIC ROUND 3 > INFERNO!
Special all day music & art performance at the basement gallery room of the RED GALLERY
more info about this unique show TBA soon !!!
All day gathering! 12 hours of music & art at the RED MARKET co-curated by ALICE HERRICK
Music by: Brian Iddenden Band, Subject DJ’s, Olly Sugarlump Honeywill, The Diaz Brothers, Fu-ManChu
Art by: Jo Peel, Perspicere, Maria Teresa Gavazzi, Terrible Twins, Keeler Tornero, S.I.R, Benjamin Murphy, Cullam F. Kerr, Charles of London, Material Gallery Bookshop, Alternative, London, Gorrilla Perfumes + more TBC
Kid's tent and all day activities for children.
10 Street-Food Traders.
Summer cocktails and local Ales.
6-7pm at Bird and Ballard Cafe
AFTERPARTY AT RED GALLERY with: Hugo & The Prismatics
'The Consequences Of Loop' ALBUM LAUNCH
MIDNIGHT - 6AM
For more updates Join The FB group: HERE
BEAST 3: Acousmatic music concert with Jonty Harrison himself plus other composers from the Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre.
Hans Tutschku – La joie ivre (10:30 – stereo)
Chris Tarren – Resonance (13:00 – 8chan)
James Carpenter – Tangle (10:00 – stereo)
Pippa Murphy – Caspian Retreat (10:30 – stereo)
Jonty Harrison – BEASTiary (8:30 – 56chan)
Duration: 1 hour
Birmingham ElectroAcoustic Sound Theatre present BEAST composers – Acousmatic music concert and live electronics with:
Manfredi Clemente – Inexorabilia (6:20 – stereo)
Annie Mahtani – Past Links (12:00 – 8chan)
Julien Guillamat – De part et d’autre (9:00 – stereo)
Jorge García Moncada – [sin_título]03042013 (10:00 – stereo)
Constantinos Kontos – Absence, Memory, Darkness (14:00 – 8chan)
Terms and conditions!
- We only have 70 tickets for sale for this concert.
- We will be selling tickets on the door for £8, for performances that have not sold out online. To guarantee a seat, please book in advance via this website.
Two 1-hour concerts:
The first concert of the night will start at 7:30 PM, but all ticket holders are required to arrive 30 minutes before the event starts!
Latecomers will not be admitted into the concert hall once the performance has started, and will be asked to wait for the intermission between the two concerts to take their seats.
To attend to the second concert, please arrive no later than 8.30 PM. The second concert starts at 9:00 PM.
No drinks and/or food allowed into the concert area!
All ticket holders and guests will be kindly asked to turn off their mobile phones and all other electronic devices.
No photo, video, or audio can be taken or recorded by the audience during the performances!
Please note that there are no refunds on purchased Redsonic tickets.
With each ticket purchase you agree to understand and follow our terms and conditions.
Ticket price for all evening (two 1 hour concerts): 6 pounds
Doors open at 6pm
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RedSonic and Red Gallery are very proud to bring François Beyle to London, who will be performing some of his sonic pieces on the BEAST, the Birmingham Electroacoustic Sound Theatre.
In the world of electronic art music, Bayle is regarded as one of the most distinguished composers; his influence is widespread (particularly in France, Europe and French-speaking Canada) and his music has earned some of the most prestigious musical prizes (SACEM Grand Prize for Composers, 1978; National Record Grand Prize, 1981; Ars Electronica Prize, Linz, 1989; City of Paris Grand Prize for Music, 1996; Homage by the CIME of São Paulo, 1997; Charles Cros Presidential Grand Prize, 1999). 18 CDs entirely of his music have been released, an exceptionally large number for one composer in the annals of electronic art music.
Tickets are sold out for this performance.
A Big Leap of Faith
This experimental sonic poetry collaboration between Hungarian electronic musician and sound designer Gergerly Konrady and Swedish-Icelandic artist, poet, musician and writer Elinros Henriksdotter, serve to articulate the tremendous possibilities of the unseen, as well as the complexity of being a human being in this multidimensional existence.A weave of definable and indefinable soundsand verbal sentences come together into an enticing fabric ofthe outer worldly.
In our 1 hour performance the poetry and the sounds will attack and caress the listeners from every direction imaginable. An orchestra of speakers creates the possibility to move different sets of sounds throughout the room as designed to the particular composition. Words can collide with each other in the middle of the room, creating a sense of spacelessness, while sound designs simultaneously circulate, bounce or float in midair.
It is going to be very unique sonic journey through dream, love and existence in an electronic music performance driven by spoken word and poetry. Join us to experience spoken word in a groundbreaking manner, loose your sense of direction and let the BEAST blow your mind —> Tickets for the performance
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