Fabio & Grooverider: Godfathers 24hr Live Stream Today 12pm - 12pm

With sets from Benji B, Carl Cox, DJ Zinc, Goldie, London Elektricity & more....Pioneers of the scene, the legendary duo Fabio & Grooverider today (Saturday 4th July) embark on their Godfathers 24hr stream adventure into sound - running 12pm - 12pm non-stop. Going all in on their musicial heritage from Funk to House, Jungle to DnB and everything inbetween. Expect the sounds of Swerve, Speed, Grace, Metalheadz and Rage all bursting through the speakers. They have also invited some very special guests along to join them for the ride, including legends on the scene Benji B, Carl Cox, DJ Zinc, Goldie and London Elektricity all geared up for broadcast. Their endeavoiurs are all in aid of the Sickle Cell Society and Food For All UK charities with all proceeds raised going to support their vital work at this time of austerity and hardship. Streaming across all platforms including a 24hr live takeover of the mighty Rinse FM we will be broadcasting sets out to the masses - this is one for the annals and not to be missed. Tune in here from 12:00 today via Rinse FM. - - - To whet your appetite, here is an incredible Charlotte Devaney x Skibba livestream from earlier this week. Make sure you lock into Rinse from midday today... - - - Join us on the ad-free creative social network VERO, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold. Buy Clash Magazine  

Fabio & Grooverider:  Godfathers 24hr Live Stream Today 12pm - 12pm
With sets from Benji B, Carl Cox, DJ Zinc, Goldie, London Elektricity & more....

Pioneers of the scene, the legendary duo Fabio & Grooverider today (Saturday 4th July) embark on their Godfathers 24hr stream adventure into sound - running 12pm - 12pm non-stop.

Going all in on their musicial heritage from Funk to House, Jungle to DnB and everything inbetween.

Expect the sounds of Swerve, Speed, Grace, Metalheadz and Rage all bursting through the speakers.

They have also invited some very special guests along to join them for the ride, including legends on the scene Benji B, Carl Cox, DJ Zinc, Goldie and London Elektricity all geared up for broadcast.

Their endeavoiurs are all in aid of the and charities with all proceeds raised going to support their vital work at this time of austerity and hardship.

Streaming across all platforms including a 24hr live takeover of the mighty Rinse FM we will be broadcasting sets out to the masses - this is one for the annals and not to be missed.

Tune in here from 12:00 today via Rinse FM.

- - -

To whet your appetite, here is an incredible Charlotte Devaney x Skibba livestream from earlier this week.

Make sure you lock into Rinse from midday today...

- - -

Join us on the ad-free creative social network VERO, as we get under the skin of global cultural happenings. Follow Clash Magazine as we skip merrily between clubs, concerts, interviews and photo shoots. Get backstage sneak peeks, exclusive content and access to Clash Live events and a true view into our world as the fun and games unfold.

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Working Mens Club : Manchester YES : livecast gig review

A classic gig that cuts through livecast Working Mens Club are one of most exciting bands in the UK who transcend these times and the tech to deliver a dark death disco perfection... The post Working Mens Club : Manchester YES : livecast gig review appeared first on Louder Than War.

Working Mens Club : Manchester YES : livecast gig review

Working Mens Club

Manchester Yes

July 2020

Livecast gig review

This is a snapshot of the now and a glimpse into an exciting future.

A fierce and concentrated moment and an island of hope in the endless pandemic void.

I’m sat at home reviewing a gig on Livecast on my phone, the future/now of a gig beamed into the small screen is one of many futures hurrying their way towards us. Of course the physical, emotional and human rush of a gig is the backbone to our culture but the future will be both physical and livecast and if it involves bands as intensely brilliant as Working Mens Club then we have no need to fear.

The young band understand the medium and straddle the live experience with a keen idea of how to make their dark matter digital muse explode from the small phone screen. Instead of being a detached experience the band make you feel like you are there in the modern oblique corners of Manchester’s great YES venue. The multi camera shoot, with its great angles, the band’s innate intensity and their brilliant multi layered heavy death disco groove all combine to make something impulsive and compulsive.

Working Mens Club have already embraced technology. They moved fast forward away from their indie guitar roots and ruptured the band into pieces when they moved into dark electronics to create an enthralling 21st century spectral post punk disco trip, a trip that is the perfect soundtrack for this endless moment. 

They perform with a perfect stroppy cool and their dance-floor adventures are brilliantly realised. Veterans of this kind of post punk and electronic interface will have enjoyed this perfect tension before in early ACR, DAF, PiL or many other other acronymed adventurers but WMC have their own new generation agenda and their shape shifting brilliance transcends the tiny tinny phone speakers and creates a rich sound full of huge and wholesome binary textures. Growing up in the current cultural hot spot of the Calder Valley gives them a perfect outsider perch on the decades old post punk post industrial adventures of Manchester and the ground breaking electronics of post punk Sheffield but what I really love is that they are very much in control of their own creative destiny and are creating their own agenda.

Tonight’s gig is part of this. We may be in chaotic times but the creative young frontline and creating their own agenda and their own soundtrack. 

The rhythms are taut and tight and the keyboards and instruments paint broad and dark brush strokes over the top. In the end it’s impossible to tell which noise comes from where yet it creates an organic whole that draws you into its textures and moody landscapes. Groundbreaking, daring and lacking any notion of compromise, this band and this gig are a portal into an enthralling future music and a feel good pick up that we all needed.

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