The Halfmoon, 93 Lower Richmond Road, Putney London
A typical two hour show includes not only all the classic crowd pleasing hits, but is spiced with enough eclectic selections from the deeper recesses of Stones Album archives to satisfy the most demanding of ?Buffs?, all performed with the same vibrantly authentic attack and raw energy that characterised the original Stones shows in their prime.
For those who witnessed the Stones - Brian Jones et al - in their hey Day, this is a chance to revisit lost youth, for the rest of you, now?s your chance to see what all the fuss was about.
Expect a minimum two hour show with rockin' all the way and spectacular costume changes. They have been described by The Times as 'better than the real thing' and have been revered by both Stones fans for their authenticity and the real Stones who booked them for the band's birthday.
The Venue security reserves the right to refuse admission to the venueThe Venue reserves the right to search people on entryThis event is 14+ (live music from 7-11pm) Under 16's MUST accompanied by an adult (18+) and can only be seated in the upstairs balcony area.
East Coast Social, 9 London Road, Southend-on-Sea, SS1 1TJ, UK
Calling all Southend musicians / singers / poets / performers and supporters! Whether you are wanting to perform or support?we have all the right platforms to ensure you get heard in Southend. Bring your voice or bring your friend?we welcome all.
DNA lounge, 375 11th Street near Harrison in SoMa, San Francisco
gothic. industrial. synthpop. 9:30pm - after hours. 18+ with ID.
$3 < 10pm; $5 after.
Decay Joe Radio Melting Girl
Death Guild is the oldest weekly goth/industrial dance night in the country, and the second oldest in the world! Every Monday, six DJs in two rooms play a mix of gothic, industrial, synthpop, noise, ambient, and weird stuff for those who love the darker side of things.
Join the Death Guild group on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/deathguild/
VCR returns for another installment of audio-visual mayhem at Electric Social. This month joining residents BRXTNFNK and Tom Central is fellow local DJ and record label owner DJ Gilla from First Word.
First Word is celebrating 10 years of releasing soulful, beat-driven music in all sorts of forms. As well as A&Ring the label, he's also an excellent DJ in his own right, performing across Europe and at festivals such as Dimensions and Soundwave year after year.
The name Sasha needs little introduction ? and now the pioneering DJ is headed back to Australia for Future Music this November! Live: Sasha
The name Sasha needs little introduction ? and now the pioneering DJ is headed back to Australia for Future Music this November!
He?s the DJ icon fans crowned ?Son Of God?. Madonna and The Chemical Brothers wanted remixes. He?s held residencies at NYC?s Twilo, and newer clubs like Ibiza?s We Love... Sundays. The name Sasha needs little introduction ? and now the pioneering DJ is headed back to Australia for Future Music this November!
?One of the world's original clubland superstars? ? Time Out
Currently in the studio working on brand new tunes and with a Kwabs remix due soon via Asylum Records, the Grammy-nominated, Welsh-born producer needs little introduction. Dance lovers have voted him into nearly every top 10 of DJ Mag?s annual poll since 1997, his peerless command of the dancefloor breaking boundaries over three decades now. In August, Sasha had clubbers under his spell at Randall Island?s Electric Zoo festival (US), while future dates include Benidorm (Spain) and ADE (Amsterdam) come October... all before making his way down under.
Nightmare on Leicester Square Get ready to be scared.. This will be a night to remember!
Nightmare on Leicester Square is one of the biggest nights for Halloween in the west end, with our resident DJ?s bringing you the biggest tunes in R&B, Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Bashment, Afrobeats, Soca, Reggae, House, Garage 90s/80s Walkman Classics & Slow Jams.
Get ready to be scared.. This will be a night to remember!
The Comedy Club Ashford is here and proudly presents a night packed full of fun and laughs at the Ashford International Hotel. 3 Top Comedians as Seen on TV.
Host Comedian - Gordon Southern:
The 11 O'clock Show (Ch4), The Sunday Show (BBC1), The Big Breakfast (Ch4).
A brilliant observational and imaginative comic veteran of more than 10 years at the mic, Gordon Southern was the star of both Weekending on Radio Four and four series of The Cheese Shop on radio, television and lives, winning. He has also written and appeared on numerous other TV shows, including the 11 O'clock Show, The Big Breakfast, The Sunday Show and The Gallagher Brothers.
Opening Comedian - George Egg:
Late Night Live (ITV), House of Fun (ITV), Funny Business (ITV), The Bill (ITV), Two Golden Balls (BBC2).
Wildly brandishing the worlds' second largest briefcase containing a battery of ridiculous props, George bounds onto the stage to perform one of the most original, interesting, innovative, and sweetly whimsical comedy performances you are ever likely to see. He has been hailed as 'a Tommy Cooper for the twenty first century' and through tears of laughter you'll see why. A true cross between alternative stand-up comedy and music hall variety.
Headline Comedian - Bob Mills:
Win Lose or Draw - Host (ITV), In Bed with MeDinner (Ch4), Shameless - Writer.
Best known for the late-night cult show In Bed with MeDinner, in which he commented on documentary video footage. He also hosted ITV's daytime game show 'Win Lose or Draw', as well as LWT's 'There's Only One Brian Moore' and 'Dial Midnight', plus 'Not A Lot Of People Know That for BBC1 H'. His writing career has also included the six-part comedy-drama Northern Lights, an episode of Channel 4's Shameless and the 2006 film Pierrepoint that starred Timothy Spall as Britain's last hangman.
Comedy Show and 2 Course Meal: £25, Comedy Show Only: £18. Website
Friday 21st November, 2014 @ 9:00 PM
Ashford International Hotel - QHotels, Simone Weil Avenue, Ashford, Kent, TN24 8UX, United Kingdom.
Reddit - Amateur/Ham Radio for Monday 13 October 2014
Amateur/Ham Radio///////////////////////////////////////////Ask An Elmer! [10/10/2014]Posted: 10 Oct 2014 12:02 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2iu4em/ask_an_elmer_10102014/Heres your chance to ask questions that you think may have been asked before, or that might not require their own thread.This is a great place to get answers about choosing or operating first radios, as these threads often get ignored due to their frequent reappearance on the front page. Youll have lots of eyes here.No question is a dumb question! If youre still worried your question sounds dumb and you would prefer not to ask in public, PM the mods!Upvote good questions and good answers. It makes improves their visibility!Im working on building a wiki page with a list of all previous Elmer Thread discussions, sorted by topic. Until then, search this subreddit using "Ask an elmer" for previous threads. submitted by AutoModerator [link] [30 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////[ALBUM]Picked up an old German radio tube tester at a thrift shop. Made some time between 1930 and 1950. It appears to be in working condition.Posted: 13 Oct 2014 09:58 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j4oqo/albumpicked_up_an_old_german_radio_tube_tester_at/ submitted by MY_CUNT_HAS_WINGS [link] [3 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////Can anyone with access to the 4 meter (metre) band, have you used it? What is propagation like?Posted: 13 Oct 2014 12:05 PM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j53e5/can_anyone_with_access_to_the_4_meter_metre_band/As the question says -- how is it? I know there is VERY little commercial gear and it is pretty much re-purposed commercial gear or home brew. How does it propagate? Is it like 6 when you have magical opening that carry the signal hundreds if not thousands of miles? Does it kinda have the tropospheric ducting effect of 2 meter?Just curious about it, because I have always found VHF to be interesting. I know most people think of 2 meter as a bunch of rag chewing repeater jockeys. But not much is more exciting than 200+ mile FM troposheric ducting, or finding a random ham sitting in his living room chatting with you simplex for an hour or greater when you drive in the middle of no where. I figured 4 meters would be a great band for both of these things. submitted by pearljamman010 [link] [comment]///////////////////////////////////////////New Ham. Radio/antenna suggestions?Posted: 13 Oct 2014 07:05 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j46qm/new_ham_radioantenna_suggestions/I apologize in advance if this is a common post, if so Ill take my downvotes in stride.Ill be taking both Technician and General exams in a week and expect to pass both (knock on wood). So Ill be going from a guy who knows next to nothing and has no experience with Amateur radio - to a guy who knows nothing with no experience with access to most of the frequencies on Ham radio, really quickly.I only have a couple Baofeng 5R HTs right now Ive been using to chat on GMRS repeaters (Im licensed, of course!) Here in NYC. Thats fun and all, and I assume using the 2m/70cm bands will be a similar experience, albeit more populated. Local/regional ragchewing and checking in.But the reason Im getting into Amateur radio the reason Ive been studying for the past month to get my General right off the bat, is because Im really interested in DX. I dont need to talk to stations in Russia on day 1, but I would love to be able to chat with people outside the NYC metropolitan area. Maybe 6m, 10m, I think might accomplish this....?I need recommendations on first radios to buy and small, simple, maybe multi band antennae to look at, specifically portable ones that could be deployed on a fire escape in an urban area, or atop my vehicle (without drilling).Price under 1000$ if possible. ... any suggestions greatly appreciated!!73!Zane submitted by ZaneBrooklyn [link] [11 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////Flea @ MIT Meetup 10/19Posted: 13 Oct 2014 09:29 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j4lib/flea_mit_meetup_1019/I am planning a /r/amateurradio meet up at the MIT flea market this Sunday on October 19th.The flea market starts at 9am and ends at 2pm. Print out this flyer and bring it with you to get a dollar off the admission fee ($5.00).Its located at the Albany Garage and there is typically plenty of free parking around the flea.The first meeting point will be at the front entrance at 9:00am. The second meeting point will be lunch at Area Four at noon (or whenever we are done wandering) for lunch. They have good food, good beer, and they are right next to the flea.Use simplex 446.100 MHz with a PL tone of 100 Hz to keep in touch and talk in. I will also be monitoring 146.52 MHz. submitted by BlackCow [link] [6 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////HackRF to tune repeater cavities?Posted: 13 Oct 2014 08:20 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j4e50/hackrf_to_tune_repeater_cavities/Since a HackRF is a signal generator and also can be a spectrum analyzer, can a HackRF be used to tune repeater cavities? I think its only half duplex, so I believe that means you would need two? submitted by rem1473 [link] [3 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////I'm the guy who was so terrified of CW a few weeks back. Well I just worked W1AW/KH0, and a special event station in Russia.Posted: 13 Oct 2014 12:59 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j3kw7/im_the_guy_who_was_so_terrified_of_cw_a_few_weeks/It helps that they were both just sending basic 5NN TU responses, so it was easy even at a blistering (for me) 30 wpm, but I got them both, and didnt screw anything up. Definitely builds confidence! submitted by the2belo [link] [6 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////My presentation at Electromagnetic Field - "Amateur Radio: The Original Nerd Hobby"Posted: 13 Oct 2014 10:05 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j4pgv/my_presentation_at_electromagnetic_field_amateur/ submitted by superdefence [link] [1 comment]///////////////////////////////////////////Is it possible to use an RTL-SDR as a spectrum analyzer?Posted: 13 Oct 2014 10:13 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j4qf1/is_it_possible_to_use_an_rtlsdr_as_a_spectrum/Hi all. I had a couple few quick questions for you since I really am unfamiliar with the whole RTL-SDR business right now. I tried searching online and these forums and havent come up with anything too great.At my school we have a flex 3000 and I think its so nice seeing that waterfall effect as a spectrum analyzer (helps me see interference or where on the band is clear). I was wondering with a laptop and a RTL-SDR dongle (plugged into an appropriate antenna, like maybe 10m of wire) if I would be able to use it as a spectrum analyzer for HF?Now Im not trying to control my radio with it, not trying to do anything super fancy or huge. I just want to listen and be able to see that neat waterfall spectrum view.Does anyone have any experience with this or have any tips? Thanks so much! submitted by n0fumar [link] [2 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////What do you think of this short antenna? Hamsticks plus Icom AH-4Posted: 13 Oct 2014 02:54 PM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j5nc8/what_do_you_think_of_this_short_antenna_hamsticks/Hello fellow hams!TL;DR: what do you think of a fan dipole made of HF sticks? And... do you have any remarks on the brands? (k1cra.com store mentions Procomm, HamStick, Opek and Jetstream and Workman are similar products)Even with my QTH being a house (parents), space is limited. I was think in a short antenna good for 80, 40m, 10m. These are the band am allow to use and with most hams in my region.I came up with this crazy idea of using HF sticks. As with all short antenna, it will probably work, with compromises :)Here it is: a dipole made of hamsticks for 80m a dipole made of hamsticks for 40m another dipole for 10m ugly balun perhaps connect the Icom AH-4 remote tuner :)Your input on this design, stick brands and any other remarks are most welcome.Thank you,pu3hag huelbe submitted by huelbe [link] [comment]///////////////////////////////////////////Favorite ham podcasts?Posted: 13 Oct 2014 05:06 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j3xn8/favorite_ham_podcasts/I was looking for some podcasts for ham radio. I was wondering you you are willing to list your favorites? submitted by rem1473 [link] [12 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////What it Takes to Install an HF Antenna TowerPosted: 12 Oct 2014 10:37 PM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j3cfc/what_it_takes_to_install_an_hf_antenna_tower/ submitted by kawfey [link] [9 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////Story Idea (HELP!)Posted: 13 Oct 2014 05:44 AM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j406w/story_idea_help/hi I dont know if I am in the right subreddit but here goes... I am writing a 20 minute piece for my final year project at university. I have chosen to write a radio drama. Does anyone have any tips they could give me for competing this task? (any advice will be grand) My idea is set in the not to distant future (so I could have fun making loads of crazy new sounds) and is of a man who finds a device that allows him to speak to his future self for only a matter of seconds maybe?... Possibly a device that just transports him to another time and place?... I appreciate i cant be to adventurous with my idea as the listener will become confused so the idea will have to be fairly original. any comments will be greatly appreciated thankyou reddit :) submitted by wandeaver [link] [5 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////Came across a radio tube tester from Germany, Ca. 1940. Is that the type of thing this sub would be interested in?Posted: 12 Oct 2014 05:13 PM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j2krn/came_across_a_radio_tube_tester_from_germany_ca/Dont care to take and upload pictures if theres no interest. Alternatively, if there are any other subs which might be interested? submitted by MY_CUNT_HAS_WINGS [link] [5 comments]///////////////////////////////////////////Free Azimuthal map generator with labeling and size optionsPosted: 12 Oct 2014 04:19 PM PDThttp://www.reddit.com/r/amateurradio/comments/2j2fpf/free_azimuthal_map_generator_with_labeling_and/ submitted by Kundalinichi [link] [2 comments]
The next Lower The Tone is Free Entry all night at The Lanes! Lower The Tone residents will be banging out the Glitch, Breaks, Jungle & Drum ?n? Bass badman tunes DJs: uncle vibes, bar-low, exposure, jay-p, danny k, mr trout
Lower The Tone is a Festival themed event to promote Gearfest Festival. Expect UV Decor, Incredible 3D Lasers and Proper Festival Vibes!
Having picked up a pair of decks at the age of 15, Exposure has been passionately following the Drum and Bass scene ever since. Still using the much discussed vinyl format using 3 or more turntables, Exposure DJ sets are hard hitting and full of energy, encompassing the whole spectrum of Drum and Bass.
His journey has seen him play alongside the biggest DJs and MCs in the game in clubs and festivals across the UK, Australia and New Zealand. Spending 2 years in Nottingham he worked for one of the UK?s biggest club nights Detonate and played sets alongside the scene?s biggest names.
Having returned to his hometown of Bristol in 2013 to pursue his love for the music, his focus has turned to the studio where he is honing his skills, working with vocalists, musicians and other producers to create musical yet dance floor moving tracks.
Exposures track Good Future was used for the Official Gearfest 2014 Promo Video
DJ's: House Shoes Chris P Cuts Mo Fingaz Russ Ryan DJs: House Shoes, Chris P Cuts, Mo Fingaz, Russ Ryan
Commonly know as the 'mayor of Detroit' House Shoes has done as much for the motor city's Hip-Hop music scene as Berry Gordy did for it's soul music scene. Responsible for J Dilla's (then known as Jay Dee) & Danny Brown's first releases he has championed his home city like none other and little wonder why.
Now a recording artist in his own right he has made his own path through the music industry as a record shop owner, label boss, DJ and producer. A man with a unique vision and perspective on life that he is more than happy to share this is set to be another great party from The Doctor's Orders.
As ever our special guest is joined by a dream team of residents in the various shapes and sizes of Chris P Cuts, Mo Fingaz and Russ Ryan exploring Hip-Hop and beyond so keep your eyes and mind open.
Much of the attention surrounding Heatsick (a.k.a. Steven Warwick) focuses on his relatively spartan set-up, as the UK-born, Berlin-based producer makes music with just a Casio keyboard and a series of guitar pedals. It's certainly intriguing that Warwick relies upon these rudimentary tools, but fixating on his process does his music something of a disservice, as his intricate, loop-based creations are noteworthy in their own right. Heatsick releases have been popping up since the mid '00s, but there's little question that Warwick's efforts for the PAN label in recent years, especially 2013's Re-Engineering, have significantly elevated his stature. Still, after hearing so many of his original creations?"many of which sound like off-kilter takes on house music by someone who most definitely didn't come of age in that scene?"we found ourselves wondering what exactly a Heatsick DJ set would sound like. He's responded to that question with Back 2 Asics, an exclusive mix and the latest installment of the XLR8R podcast series.
The 34th episode of New World Show is set to air on the 1st of September, 2012 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Sazon Booya ft. Otis Clapp ? Impacto Craze ? Grabbin?Chochas Lloyd Aleveque ? Brisa Verao (Javiero Remix ? Neki Stranac Refix) Banda Tora ? La Noche que ?
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The 76th episode of Bassment Beats on WESU is set to air on the 25th of August, 2012 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Pheo ? Mixed With (Future Bounce) Kendrick Lamar ft. Young Jeezy ? Westside, Right On Time JR & PH7 ft. Sean Price & Skyzoo ? Until ?
The 79th episode of New World Show is set to air on the 30th of November, 2013 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Small Change and DJ Reaganomics ? I?m Jukin? Sonido Berzerk ? Coconut (NXTLYF Remix) DIPLO ? Biggie Bounce ft. Travis Porter & Angger Dimas (TWRK remix) Stas ?
The 102nd episode of Bassment Beats on WESU is set to air on the 27th of July, 2013 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Kris Warren ? Music Is My Therapy Sean Price ft. Rock ? I?m So High? Alchemist ft. Step Brothers, Action Bronson, Blu, & Domo Genesis ? ?
The 77th episode of Bassment Beats on WESU is set to air on the 1st of September, 2012 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Casey Veggies ? Summer, I Suppose Pac Div ft. Mac Miller & Raven Sorvino ? Black Acura Method Man ft. Freddie Gibbs & Streetlife ? Built ?
The history of house music is littered with iconic characters, but the influence of Frankie Knuckles can't be understated. Often referred to as "The Godfather of House Music," the Bronx native got his DJ start in New York City alongside fellow legend Larry Levan, but it was only after he relocated to Chicago that he truly made his biggest impact. Serving as a resident at early house hotspots like the Warehouse and later at his own club, The Power Plant, Knuckles played an instrumental role in growing house from a small scene into a global movement. Over time, he also extended his talents into the production world, and eventually became one of house music's most in-demand remixers. Now, after more than 35 years in the game, Knuckles remains active, continuing to turn out both remixes and original tracks and regularly touring the globe. On June 14, he'll be performing he was scheduled to perform for Love Fever at London's Found Festival, sharing the stage with Moodymann, Bicep, San Soda, and more, and the festival's organizers inquired if XLR8R would be interested in having Knuckles contribute to our podcast series. Given his pedigree, it didn't take long for us to say "yes."
The 49th episode of New World Show is set to air on the 13th of April, 2013 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Fuego ? Me Enamore (Prod by Bones El Galactico) Ciara ? Body Party (The Letter ?C? remix) The Busy Twist ? Friday Night Mr. Kanti W ? ?
The 112th episode of Bassment Beats on WESU is set to air on the 5th of October, 2013 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Chiiirp ? The Dope Greg Porn ft. Freeway ? Dot Audio Push ft. James Fauntleroy & Vic Mensa ? Do It All ANTHM ? Bear With ?
The 78th episode of Bassment Beats on WESU is set to air on the 8th of September, 2012 click ?read more? to get the Playlist and link to download: Lupe Fiasco ? American Terrorist Pt. 2 (Superheroes) The Hood Internet ft. Annie Hart & BBU ? Won?t F*ck Us Over Roach Gigz x IamSu! ? ?