Tag Archive: Dub Smugglers


Dubkasm in Manchester on Good Friday

On Friday 6th April we are teaming up with DUB SMUGGLERS & RED EYE HIFI to bring one of the biggest acts in UK reggae, bristol’s own DUBKASM, as they come to play Manchester for the first time. Dubkasm are comprised of childhood friends Digistep and DJ Stryda, who kicked off their dub project in the mid-’90s before going on to launch their Sufferah’s Choice label in 2003 in order to showcase their studio productions. Their 2009 debut album ‘Transform I’ was a culmination of their work so far, collecting tracks from their previous 12-inches and including vocal turns from Dub Judah, Levi Roots and Afrikan Simba. A dub version of the entire record along with a remix CD completed the Transform I Trilogy in 2010. Support on the night comes from Dub Smugglers, Red Eye and MOF DJs. Limited advance tickets are available on Skiddle now.

Dubkasm

Dubkasm

Reggae Thursdays is back!

Run go tell a friend, Reggae Thursdays is back!
Every thursday at the Deaf Institute, free entry.

Reggae Thursdays

Reggae Thursdays

We’re going back into Dry Bar for a 2 floor extravaganza for this New Year’s Eve, with some of our favourite crews – Herbal Sessions, Dub Smugglers, Drum Music and Red Eye Hi Fi. Special guests TNC, Tanante and more top off what should be a pretty fantastical night, and for only £6 early bird tickets its a bargain aswell. Tickets available from Skiddle now.

NYE 2012

NYE 2012

Red Eye Hi-Fi present… RSD!

This Friday young upstarts Red Eye Hi-Fi end the year in style bringing RSD aka Rob Smith to Manchester’s Contact Theatre. With support from Chimpo, Herbal Sessions, Dub Smugglers and our very own MOF DJs, it should be a great night so get down.

[PS. Check out our NYE event at Dry Live with all the famalam – Red Eye, Herbal, Drum Music, Dub Smugglers and guests.]

Red Eye HI-Fi present RSD

Red Eye HI-Fi present RSD

Neighbourhood at The Nook

Tonight and every 2nd Friday of the month you can find MOF DJs with the Neighbourhood family at The Nook in Chorlton. Good beer, good tunes and free entry every time, and with the tram from the city centre stopping literally outside there’s now no excuse!

Neighbourhood at The Nook

Neighbourhood at The Nook

 

Dub & Bass Afterlife

After todays Parklife festivities Contact Theatre is the place to be with Dub & Bass wheeling their system out for a night of heavy bass. After hosting Trojan Sound System’s Earl Gateshead and Tippa Irie at Eurocultured they return to Contact for a night with a local feel. Selectors from Mind On Fire, Neighbourhood, Longshot, Red Eye and Nucleus Roots join the boys from Dub Smugglers and Dub Conductor on the decks from 10 til 4am.
The Very Best of DUB n BASS (so far)! by Dub Smugglers

Neighbours become good friends

Mind on Fire are excited to announce that we have teamed with good friends and some of Manchester’s best promoters to launch a new monthly night at Saki Bar, NEIGHBOURHOOD : New regular event combining dubwise roots and reggae with old school hip hop and funk… A collaboration between Mind on Fire, Drum Music, Dub Smugglers, Family Gathering, At Large, The Pinch and more.

FIRST EVENT : Friday 4th September
Neighbourhood Residents Session. Free entry. 9-3.

Join the group here for more info:
http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=129846396346

::::::::::::::::::::::::::

The Mind on Fire Band will be playing at Islington Mill on Tuesday 15th September with the awesome AU from Portland, and GALA DROP from Lisbon… We’re really excited about the show and hope you can make it

Check out the event here:
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=119481218818

::::::::::::::::::::::::::

Lastly,we will soon be announcing details of our 5TH BIRTHDAY PARTY!!!
Taking place in October, hold tight for more info on that, and get in touch if you want to get involved.

Also looking for web contributors for the website @ http://www.mindonfire.co.uk, so get in touch!

http://mindonfire.co.uk
MYSPACE – http://myspace.com/mindonfirecollective
TWITTER – http://twitter.com/mindonfiremcr
FORUM – http://http://www.ilovemanchestermusic.com/forum/index.php?showforum=30