Halloween Special with Regime + C0dew4lkers + Guest DJ’s

28
/ Oct
Saturday
2017

Halloween Special with Regime + C0dew4lkers + Guest DJ’s

Location
Clifton Street - Splott - CF24 1PU
Venue
Inkspot
Time
08:30 pm - 12:00 am
Price
10+bf online / £10 OTD
Status
Ticketed Event

Regime + C0dew4lkers + Guest DJ’s


Hallow’s Eve themed fancy dress night!


For all you Funk, Hip-Hop heads, Reggae lovers and Rockers! Drag out some spooky getup, (don’t dust off the cobwebs this time) and come join us for a fun and funky night. Tickets are limited, so book online to reserve your spot and avoid disappointment!

We aim to awaken and consume spirits in the beautiful church at the top of Clifton Street! Inkspot will be brought to life (or look like death) with spooktacular music from Regime, C0dew4lkers & guest DJ’s.


Regime – regimesound.com

Calling all Hip-Hop heads, Reggae lovers and Rockers … You have just discovered your new favourite band.

From the rolling hills of Pembrokeshire via Bristol, Barcelona and California, Regime delivers a brutal and inspirational medley of their broad influences. Loved by teenagers, anarchists, party goers and straight edge vegans alike, Regime offers serious substance that has something for everyone to resonate with.

Having shared stages with the likes of: The Skints, Gentleman’s Dub Club, Scroobius Pip and Akala, the band have quickly earned their stripes alongside some of the U.K’s finest live acts.

Tackling issues such as: drug abuse, arms dealing and government oppression, Regime speak directly to the hearts and minds of free thinking people. Social and political commentaries are blended seamlessly with hip-hop, reggae and rock to make audiences jump, laugh and think.

Being raised on the likes of Rage Against the Machine, Dead Prez and The Roots has helped create this unique and ever conscious band.


C0dew4lkers – codewalkers.uk

After three years, four recordings and many sibling disagreements Codewalkers have finished their debut album ‘Even Better Enemies’. Cardiff-based brothers: producer, Ben Dabson and guitarist, Dafydd Dabson, have been making noise together since before they could talk. Codewalkers was formed when they recruited vocalist Seun Babatola to provide a message to their music.

Citing Faithless and sci-fi author Iain M. Banks as big lyrical influences, Seun also draws upon his childhood experiences in Nigeria for lyrical inspiration, and will often switch between English and Yoruba.  Discussing the writing process, he says “Some lyrics start with a beat in my head and the sound of the words. Others start with visual images inspired by books and films. Sometimes I would write in my dreams and wake up with lyrics in my head”

 “Some bits on the album are pretty epic – full on choirs and orchestral sections, big drum and bass drops. We’d love to be able to do that live – backing vocalists, dancers, percussionists, string sections – the whole lot!” Seun is hoping to fulfil a lifelong dream of using a flamethrower.


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