Sunday, 6 September 2009

FLOODIT 3: Saturday 26th September 2009


Floodit - An evening of live music & screen printing at The Art Organisation with


Live Music from:

Back in Nottingham for the first time in over two years, in support of their new album, "Thriller". My Bloody Valentine and Dinosaur Jr play loud but their tunes have never really had the heaviness to match their mammoth volume. Part Chimp, however, match their cacophonous sound levels with the weightiest rock imaginable. Their records are released by Rock Action Records (founded and maintained by Scottish post-rock band Mogwai).

Souvaris are a 5 piece rock band from Nottingham, UK, comprising of two guitarists, bass, synths and drums. Now nine years old, the band has spent the best part of a decade building their reputation as one of the UK’s most inventive and versatile acts. This autumn will see a new split release with Bordeaux’s excellent art-rockers Sincabeza on Gringo Records. Having played countless shows with bands ranging from Do Make Say Think to Polar Bear, The Shipping News to Thee More Shallows, Fly Pan Am to old friends Explosions in the Sky, Souvaris deliver a live show that is as entertaining as it is subtle, as direct as it is layered.

BAD GUYS played their first gig at ATP curated by The Melvins and Mike Patton. Neither knew BAD GUYS were gonna play but they did it anyway. You ever seen someone crowdsurf in a living room? BAD GUYS have. You ever seen Jared from The Melvins force his way through your window to get to your gig? BAD GUYS have. You ever trashed a place so bad it needs to be rebuilt from scratch? BAD GUYS have.

Punk trio knocking out snarling garage punk which'll make your nuts swing taking in influences like Die Kreuzen, Make-Up, The Mummies and the Bad Form.

Special guest DJ:


Live Screen Printing from:

Julie West, N4T4, Philth, Billy, One Ten Eleven, Stu Subism, Waste, I dress myself, Chris Baldwin.

"£5 A PULL" Bring your own tee and customise with any artists work for just £5.00


8pm - midnight

£4.50 advance tickets available from Anarchy Records (no booking fee) and (50p booking fee). Advance ticket holders will get a free poster on the night, while stocks last.

Fully licensed bar - so please don't bring your own booze as you will not be allowed in with it.


This event is supported by our good friends at:
Subism / I Dress Myself / Spinsters Emporium

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