Wednesday, 7 October 2009
DO IT! - Coming this Friday!
As the nights draw in and the leaves turn golden, DO IT! returns for another night of music & fun...
A gallic flavoured eclectic weej sound and visual collage in store as we welcome back Norge based resident Uraki Riddim, Brian D'Souza live (AVXR, Slabs of the Tabernacle) + French VJ/designer Julie Arrive....expect something truly special!
BRIAN D´SOUZA live Fresh from rocking Landmark, Bergen Kunsthall, alongside Ekko festival organizer Asel and DO IT! resident Uraki Riddim amongst others this Glasgow based sound designer, producer and DJ performs a live show of brand new works for the first time in UK! Never one to stay still musically, his sets include a mixture of Electro, Italo, Dubstep, Disco, Techno, Acid House and Electronica. Live under Snailman and Auntie Flo guises he received the prestigious Live Connections award from the PRSF for 'Noises’, his live Audio-Visual collaboration with BAFTA-winning visual artist Ling Lee.
DJ URAKI RIDDIM + VJ JULIE ARRIVE Long awaited Ecosse return of Transplant Sessions and DO IT! resident with visuals by Oslo based French designer and VJ Julie Arrivé. Organizer, DJ and designer of artsy graphic sh** for Transplant Sessions in Norway and the DO IT collective Uraki Riddim is back to disperse and serve up an original and deep Norsk Broth mix with the cinematic referenced, multi-coloured and playful visuals of Julie Arrive. oh OUi!!!
Resident DJ White Chocolate will be spinning a selection of hip hop, funk and 80's cuts, from Cyndi Lauper to Daft Punk and back again! From our resident VJs M.O.C. and Technicolour Heartbeat you can expect a visual frenzy of cartoons, Shannon Tweed chanel 5 archives, tripped out animations and low res time lapses.
SIO (doodler, designer and force of nature) will have a collaborative print available for the lucky few who get down early and C.C has been in the creative vaults mustering up a selection of scenographic 3D play forms.
Get down early to soak up the atmosphere, £3 door tax.
"SToP - LeTs CoLLabOrATe"