Wednesday, April 13, 2005

I go out on Friday night

Friday night (that's Friday 15th April) is looking like a busy one, looks like I'm never going to get to see the last episode of Fingersmith that I've got glaring at me from the video I've put it on.

So, the Para, err, Six String Bar at 460 New Cross Road, New Cross (left out of New Cross station, right out of Deptford Bridge) has the Metro Riots, Crash Convention and DJs Duckie Music, C:B D:Js and Dirty Sounds. £0 before 8pm, £3 after. (from looking at the band url's, it looks a bit rock for my tastes, mind but then many do love rock.)
Angular Records are back in the Venue's beautiful basement bar with a night of "PUNK ! : Old / New / Post / Art / Sex / Delicate" (hooray!) featuring The Violets, Twisted Charm and The Phobics. Time is 9pm until 2am, the Venue, if you didn't know, is on the New Cross Road, SE14, though you'll need to go down the side, Clifton Rise, to get into the basement. The bouncers on the main door look a bit confused when locals turn up there.

The Venue Price is left out of New Cross Gate station, right out of New Cross, £3 or £2 with a hand stamp from folks the Lava Club night.

Eclectic Electric are doing their thing at the Montague Arms, 289, Queens Road, New Cross, SE15 2PA. Expect plenty of danceable "electro(nica), d&b, hip-hop, dub, funk, global ect." (got to love the 'ect.', cowards) tunes from 8-12.30, a pie-eyed and pretty crowd dressed up to the nines, installations, fire dancers and some frantic bongo-playing. Entry will be around £3 and just sitting in the cob-webbed wonder that is the Montague Arms is something worth paying for.

The Montague Arms, Transpontine's number one magical pub in south-east London, is right out of New Cross Gate, left out of Queen Town Road. There's loads of buses.

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