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  1. (A) Touch Sensitive // Friday 26th July // DAda Bar // 9pm k.o. // Free party music such as Chaz Jankel, Hot Chip, Carly Simon, !!!, Arthur Russell, Omar, OMD, ODB, OMC, Imagination, other stuff ft. Drowned in Sound DJ (R. Cooke) free party free partyfree partyfree partyfree party free partyfree party free party free FACEBOOK EVENT - https://www.facebook.com/events/148336905370720/ ---------- Post added 25-07-2013 at 12:53 ---------- ft. DJ Quim
  2. (A) TOUCH SENSITIVE DAda Bar, Trippet Lane Sheffield 9pm - close (1am-ish) Free Entry party songs, 90s r n' b, some current stuff, pop music, First We Take Manhattan Then We Take Berlin Facebook lives here - http://www.facebook.com/events/137803709731056/ there you will find a Spotify playlist of what me may play BYE xxxxxxx
  3. Have you seen the dedication on South Street Park, behind the train station? It read "I Love (You) Kirsty Hooper" - which was subsequently doctored to read "Kirsty Pooper". Does anyone know anything about this, anyone taken a picture? Its really lovely!!!!!!!!!! Simon x
  4. THIS JUST IN!! Trade your Match Attax Euro 2012 trading card things TONIGHT! Anyone want Miroslav Klose???????????
  6. Gonna play this hit!-------------http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMZYlTXLqiA
  7. (A) Touch Sensitive A new night of charity shop pop n' party favez. Der DJs will bring their collection of dog-eared vinyl, lovingly hoarded over years of scouring the charity shops and dusty indie emporiums, so expect to hear Jonathan Richman, Kate Bush, Chaka Khan, Dr Dre, The Rapture, Madonna, Hot Chip, Beastie Boys, McAlmont & Butler, At The Drive-In, and anything else ever (requests encouraged). Expect to see sequinned t-shirts and ripped jeans and beautiful people dancing, sweating and dancing a bit more. Friday 23rd March 2012 9pm - 1am Dada Bar, Trippet Lane "At other bars folks are drinking sips, but at this bar you can shake your hips." LOOK AT US ON THE FACEBOOKE
  8. If you're in a band, make sure to at least come down and chat to some industry types about getting your music played across various media fronts. Even if you don't go into any talks, you can still catch people wandering around the Showroom all day. PLUS PLAY ON OUR UKELELES IN THE SHOWROOM CAFE!!!
  9. ΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞ ΦΨΦΨΦΨΦΨΦΨΦΨ PRALINES AND DICK {********} A fun night of frolics, fun and.....fun. Have a dance to David and Simon's lovely mixture of old AND new! Newish stuff: Liars, Strange Boys, Real Estate, ****** Jeans, ****ed Up, Male Bonding, Gonjasufi, Surfer Blood, Tony Da Gatorra, Zola Jesus, Holly Miranda, Dirty Projectors, Nodzzz, Oh No Ono, Eat Skull, Vivian Girls, Future Islands, Les Savy Fav, The xx, Beyonce, Gaga, etc. Oldish stuff: Springsteen, Pavement, Flaming Lips, Squeeze, ABC, Human League, Sonic Youth, The Sonics, Flipper, Black Flag, Minutemen, Gang of Four, Guided by Voices, Television, The Cramps, Magazine, Yellow Magic Orchestra, The Fall, They Might Be Giants, Camper Van Beethoven, Saves The Day, Roxy Music, Bowie, RICK JAMES MOTHER****ER!!! Middleish: The Rapture, The Walkmen, The Strokes The deets: Friday 30th April 2010 8pm - 1am Bungalows and Bears Free'd Entry ΦΨΦΨΦΨΦΨΦΨΦΨ ΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞΞ
  10. JOHNNY YESNO REDUX EXTRACT (18) Friday 23 April 8.30pm Dir. Peter Care 1hr approx. + 20mins intro and Q&A. Tickets £5 full price / £4 concessions. Showroom Cinema, Paternoster Row, Sheffield With introduction by Ken Hollings and Q&A with Jude Calvert Toulmin following the screening. Peter Care’s controversial short film, 'Johnny Yesno’, was made in 1979. Its original soundtrack, recorded and produced by Cabaret Voltaire, was released as an album two years later. This is a special presentation that includes the original 1979 film, plus a number of new films by Care - and an extract from the new Johnny YesNo Redux. A must for all Cabaret Voltaire fans. http://www.sensoria.org.uk
  11. OPENING NIGHT!! THIS FRIDAY!! with the UK premiere of STRUMMERVILLE featuring a Q & A sesh, plus live performances from THE RIFF RAFF NIMMO & THE GAUNTLETTS SMOKEY ANGLE SHADES BEANS ON TOAST PLUS A screening of Caberet Voltaire soundtracked film JOHNNY YESNO All taking place at the Showroom Cinema. For more information, go here - http://2010.sensoria.org.uk/
  12. Sensoria Festival 2010 presents... THE AGONY AND THE ECSTASY OF PHIL SPECTOR (CERT TBC) Dir. Vikram Jayanti UK 2008 1hr 44mins + interview Phil Spector is the American music producer who created the Wall of Sound and had an immense impact on popular music today. His life has been no less extraordinary. The film was made in 2008, before Spector was pronounced guilty of homicide. In this, his first on-screen interview, the recluse also spoke of the musical instincts that led him to create some of the most enduring hit records of all time including ‘You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’. Following the screening Adrian Wootton, CEO, Film London will interview Anthony Wall, Series Editor, Arena. A hugely respected, leading figure in broadcast television, Anthony Wall has worked on the mutli award-winning Areana strand for thirty years. He will discuss the music programmes over the years, his highs and lows and what, given the opportunity, he might have done differently during the course of his career in television production. The interview will feature clips from other Arena Music documentaries and there will be an audience Q&A. Date: Tuesday 27th April 2010 Time: 18:00 Venue: Showroom Cinema Price: £7.50 full / £5.50 concessions -------------------------------------------- Tickets can be purchased in person at the Showroom Cinema Box Office, over the phone at 0114 275 7727 or online at http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk
  13. A day of reggae and dub inspired films as part of Sensoria Festival 2010: SENSORIA SOUND SYSTEM: KEEP ON RUNNING (PG) Dir. Stuart Watts UK 2009 1hr 30mins The story of one of the most important record labels of the 20th Century. Keep on Running features a myriad of artists all ready and willing to pay tribute to the work of one man, Chris Blackwell. To all intents and purposes Island Records is Chris Blackwell and his love of Jamaican music was his main motivation for starting out. His first foray into music artist management was with Millie Small and from this point on, not only did his career soar, but he vowed to look after artists as a long term relationship rather than for short term gain. It is this ethos that has carried the Island Records brand and engendered an artist loyalty rarely seen in an often fickle industry. It’s common knowledge that Island signed the likes of Bob Marley and U2 but their roster also included artists from Frankie Goes to Hollywood to Pulp to Amy Winehouse. Date: Sunday 25th April 2010 Time: 15:30 Venue: Showroom Cinema Price: £6.90 full / £4.60 concessionary followed by SENSORIA SOUND SYSTEM: DUB ECHOES (12A) Dir. Bruno Natal Brazil 2007 1hr 15mins The documentary “Dub Echoes” shows how the Jamaican invention called dub ended up influencing much of the music we hear today, from electronic music to hip-hop, transforming the studio into a musical instrument and giving way to all sorts of sonic experiments. Date: Sunday 25th April 2010 Time: 18:45 Venue: Showroom Cinema Price: £6.90 full / £4.60 concessionary -------------------------------------------- Tickets can be purchased in person at the Showroom Cinema Box Office, over the phone at 0114 275 7727 or online at http://www.showroomworkstation.org.uk
  14. SensoriaPro Industry Day (Thursday 29 April) is a magnet for all involved in the music, film and interactive industries to explore the latest developments in music production & distribution, synchronisation, music filmmaking & games. VENUE: Showroom Cinema, Sheffield S1 2BX REGISTER NOW for SensoriaPro 2010 VISIT http://2010.sensoria.org.uk/ TO REGISTER AND FIND MORE INFORMATION ON THE FESTIVAL SENSORIAPRO INDUSTRY DAY PROGRAMME ----------------------------------------------------- SYNCHTOPIA – THE CHANGING FACE OF MUSIC PLACEMENT IN FILM & TV Samuel Diaz - (CBS Television Studios) Associate Director of Music Supervision Gary Ford - (Discovery Studios) Director of Music Services Martin Hewett – (Sony Computer Entertainment Europe) senior music supervisor Heather Kreamer - (mOcean) music supervisor 10.15am – 11.30am / Showroom Cinema 3 *************************** MONETISATION IN THE DIGITAL WORLD Scott Cohen – (The Orchard) interviewed on stage by Michael Nutley (New Media Age) 2.00pm – 2.45pm / Showroom Cinema 3 followed by DISTRIBUTION AND DIALOGUE IN A DIGITAL WORLD Steve Beatty – (Plastic Head Distribution) Michael Nutley – (New Media Age) Simon Wheeler - (Beggars Group) Kevin Bacon – (AWAL) Don Jenkins – (Mflow) 2.45pm – 4.00pm / Showroom Cinema 3 *************************** A NEW KIND OF PRODUCTION A range of seasoned industry professionals talk about some of the most inspiring case studies in recent music production. Barry Adamson (Magazine / Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds) musician / composer D.Ramirez (Slave Recordings) John Robb – chair 11.50am – 1.00pm / Showroom Cinema 3 *************************** PAUL LEONARD-MORGAN MASTERCLASS Musicians Union Masterclass with Paul Leonard-Morgan, a BAFTA-winning, Ivor Novello-nominated composer, who is rapidly becoming one of the most sought-after film composers in the UK. 1.30pm – 2.30pm / Showroom Cinema 2 *************************** FESTIVALS A lineup of international festival representatives debate what makes a great festival. Jim Mawdsley (Generator / AIF Board Member) moderator John Caulkins (MOFFOM) Una Johnston (SXSW) Georgia Taglietti (Sonar) Johannes Klein (In-Edit) Paul Bonham (Crown Music Management ) former director Truck Festival. 10.30am – 11.30am / Showroom Cinema 2 *************************** FILMMAKERS – MUSIC CLEARANCE AND COPYRIGHT IN EUROPE A beginners guide to music clearance - Find out about the whole process of using music in film - the legal issues surrounding synchronisation are complex – ’synch rights’, ‘publishing rights’ and more can be a minefield for your average filmmaker… our guest speaker will shed light on this often overlooked area. 11.50am – 12.45pm / Showroom Cinema 2 *************************** SXSW 2010 – WHAT NEXT? A meeting for bands and managers who attended SXSW 2009/2010 to hear about what worked and what didn’t. There will also be advice and support about what to do next. 1.30pm – 3.30pm / Showroom 5 This session is open to non-delegates. *************************** 12 X BURSARIES AVAILABLE FOR SENSORIAPRO INDUSTRY DAY Sensoria is delighted to announce 12 bursaries for free admission to SensoriaPro Industry Day. SensoriaPro is a gathering of composers, filmmakers, music publishers, music supervisors, record labels and festivals all under one roof to discuss the latest innovations in music and the moving image. This is a unique opportunity to benefit from a stunning line up of speakers, direct access to international buyers and informal, friendly networking. Guests include Scott Cohen (The Orchard), Sam Diaz (CBS TV Studios), Barry Adamson (Magazine/Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) and many more.. The day takes place on Thursday 29 April from 10am at Showroom Cinema, Sheffield (directly opposite the train station). Sensoria is keen to tackle disadvantage and address under representation in the music industry. These bursaries are aimed at new entrants (of any age) to the music industry who would not otherwise have the opportunity, sense of entitlement or financial resources to benefit from the day. Eight Yorkshire-based musicians will be selected and four from across the UK. Reasonable travel expenses will also be covered. Please submit a short application including name, address, contact telephone and email, plus a statement of no more than 750 words stating how you could benefit from the Pro Day and how you will use the day to progress your knowledge-base, contacts and music career. The selection will be made by Sensoria staff working with an independent music industry professional. Deadline for applications is 19 March 2010. We are also happy to take short video clips or nominations from colleagues/peers of individuals with talent but who perhaps aren’t great at form filling. The successful candidates must be committed to attending on the day, throughout the day and to report back on the event to Sensoria staff. *************************** More information on SensoriaPro The bursaries were made possible thanks to support from the Church Burgesses Trust. All applicants will be notified whether they have been selected but Sensoria will not be in a position to enter into any further dialogue other than feedback given on the letter or email. SENSORIAPRO HOTEL Sensoria has joined forces with Jurys Inn to provide a special deal for delegates. Rooms can be booked for £60 Bed and Breakfast single occupancy and £68.50 Bed and Breakfast double occupancy. Jurys Inn is located a few minutes walk from the train station and from the main festival venue, The Showroom Cinema. Hotel details can be found on http://www.jurysinns.com To obtain your special deal please call +44 (0)114 291 2222 and state that you are attending Sensoria festival.
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