Timbuk2, Bristol, BS1
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This below street level cavernous club is woven into the fabric of Bristol nightlife. Any Bristol music enthusiast will have fond memories of this unique venue. We pride ourselves in providing quality underground electronic music.
In addition to two rooms of music, the club's layout includes two bars and seating areas. With its DJ booth dead centre, the tunnel like main room provides an intimacy that more conventional floor plans cannot offer.
Clubbing / Nightclub
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What's on at Timbuk2
Fri 03 April at 11:00pm until Sat 04 April 2015 at 05:00am
Meat Katie has had a long history in dance music. In his time he has recorded for such prestigious labels such as Wall of Sound, R&S Records, Kingsize, Bedrock, Perfecto, Great Stuff, Renaissance, Saw, not to mention his first record deal, signed to Iggy pops Kill City Records (as a bass player in 3 piece skate punk band Sandladder). Meat Katie has also remixed for/collaborated with Arthur Baker, U.N.K.L.E., Boy George, Deep Dish, D.Ramirez, Peace Division, Chicken Lips, Robbie Rivera & James Zabelia, to name but a few. To date he has released three Meat Katie artist albums, Off The Bone (1998), Long To Belong (2000) & Vibrator (2006), all diverse in style and vibe but glued together by his techy and lo-fi feel’, he has worked with such vocalist as Kurt Wagner from Nashville indie/country band Lambchop, garage/trash vocalist Holly Golightly, New York house legend Roland Clark and UK Diva Katherine Ellis, in 2000 mark also made a one off alternative album ‘Never The Less’ under the name Avenue A, a collaborative project with Jason O’Bryan co-producer with the Dub Pistols, it was this project that lead him to score the music for film adaptation of Martin Amis’ ‘Dead Babies’, an art house production by Gruber films (Shooting Fish, Waking Ned), starring Paul Bettany. Arguably it’s Meat Katie work as a DJ that has really seen him shine, a world class performer with excellent technical ability and a great understanding of the dance-floor, he has built a reputation worldwide. Those who have seen him play will know that it is his diversity and energy that has earned him such respect, his tough techy style, has seen him play across the globe alongside an eclectic group of DJs from Digitalism, Justice and Simian Mobile Disco, Soulwax and Erol Alkan, to Deep Dish, Steve Lawler, James Zabiela, Sasha & Digweed, Carl Cox, even Armand Van Buuren & Marco V, and not forgetting some of the world’s top Breaks acts including, Plump DJ’s, Stanton Warriors. He’s supported live acts such as Chemical Brothers, Pendulum, Basement Jaxx, Represent, and Infusion, and he even recently played on the Valve Soundsystem as one of the only non-Drum and Bass DJs ever to do so. It is these DJing skills that have led him to compile and mix compilations for such land mark series such as, Bedrock Breaks, Fabric Live & most recently Sessions’ for Ministry Of Sound, a very unique DJ, over the years he has perfected a cross over of techno electro with a subtle break beat feel (better know as tech-funk) in recent interviews Meat Katie described his own playing, when pressed about pigeon holing himself genre wise he replied “The only thing pigeon holes are good for…. is pigeons”, he is living proof that taste is more important than simply following the crowd and bandwagon jumping. Meat Katie has also been working on an audio visual show along side VJ Anyone (currently rated No. 3 in the World) together they have taken their unique show to clubs such as Fabric, Urban Gorilla, Technique and festivals such as Glastonbury, Glade, and many more. Not satisfied with being a World class DJ producer the self confessed workaholic also found time to set up and run his own highly influence Lot49 imprint (with Dylan Rhymes, whom he also shares a studio with in South West London under the same name). Lot49 has without a doubt maintained a reputation as being a taste-making label, never shy to experiment with multi-genres and with over 50 releases under it’s belt featuring artists such as Dubfire, Audiojack, D.Ramirez, Elite Force, Dexter, Phil Kieran, Lee Coombs, Robbie Rivera, Marco Bailey, James Talk, Alex Metric, Lutzenkirchen, Evil Nine and obviously Meat Katie & Dylan Rhymes, the Lot49 steamroller shows no sign of slowing down, it will celebrate it’s 5 year anniversary later this year with an exclusive label compilation CD/ with a an exclusive DVD documentary about the label and artists. Also on the night we have Robosapiens (Dead Famous), Bass Junk, Steve Glitch, Dr Fly, Guy the Rev, Mishima, wobbling Wookie playing Breaks, Drum and Bass, Ghetto Funk and House. Tickets are £5 in advance from Resident Advisor http://www.residentadvisor.net/ and More on the door Timbuk2, 22 Small Street, Bristol, BS1 1DW 11pm-5am 0117 945 8459 http://www.basskitchen.co.uk https://www.facebook.com/events/1541763439437398/
22 Small Street, Bristol, BS1 1DW