Friday, 11 May 2012

Going Out - Palace Spring 2012

Palace is a collaborative programme of hip hop and electronic music over a one month period in Glasgow this Spring. It is taking place over a series of Glasgow venues in collaboration with a fine selection of promoters including The Arches, Mixed Bizness, Deadly Rhythm and Chambre 69. The overall aim is to  bring a range of inventive artists to the city, with a goal of representing the creative direction of the Glasgow scene.


They have really done well with a great collection of varied bookings for the duration of the programme. Such as Jimmy Edgar, Machinedrum, Holy Other, Lil B, Lil Silva and Brenmar plus many more. As well as featuring a plethora of homegrown Scottish talent such as Eclair Fifi, Dam Mantle, Boom Monk Ben and Sega Bodega.


This Friday Palace have collaborated with Mixed Bizness to bring Brenmar, Dubbel Dutch, Mixed Bizness resident Boom Monk Ben and Sega Bodega at La Cheetah Club. If you are looking for percussion heavy bass music, UK House, Juke, Hip Hop and even R n B this is the party for you.



Check out the Palace Facebook page for all other upcoming events, there is quite a few to choose from, one that I am particularly interested in is the Tri Angle records showcase. The Palace Spring 2012 programme is a truly refreshing idea that not only brings exciting electronic talent to Glasgow but also celebrates Glasgow's rich and diverse electronic music, arts and dance culture. Hats off to them.

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