if everyone who has friends in london could promote this that would be amazing! tell them! we have already done much drunken flyering and told all our friends but MORE PEOPLE MORE MONEY MORE FOREST. Yeow.
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as part of the fundraising campaign to save the Forest Café, we are launching THE HAPPENING in London: a decadence of live music, lazers, installation, performance, igloos, DJs, dancing, canapés, kissing booths, corruption and other peculiarities.
...Seven piece dream-wave ensemble return to the stage with a brand new set for the Spring season, drawing on pastoral psychedlia, futurist jumble and suburban polyrhythms.http://www.myspace.com/arcticcircle
Crafted in New York out of sequinned hotpants, gameboys and scrabble tiles. Pioneers of ultrafuck and revenge music. Already famous in their heads.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuLN-weuwy4
Robotnid prance music; splashproof and nostalgic for the future.
Velocity, melody and noise .........sweet sounds of punk played in outer space!!!
Konstruct perform 'through the spectrum' from dark to light, coarse to smooth, timid to gregarious. Using found objects, found sound, instruments and mr piezzo.www.myspace.com/konstruct
>>THE CASH COWS EXTREME<<
wonderfully soulfully troup of wonder playing the songs you love in ways that you have never heard them before
>>ALEX'S HILARIOUS ENTERPRISES (UnLTD)<<
Good honest stuff, sometimes a bit tender and loving, sometimes shameless and bashing your head in relentlessly.
costumes and DJing from London arts collective WHAT THEY COULD DO THEY DID
visuals from KOHOUTEK
live art theatre from the multi-award-winning FOREST FRINGE
oh my god, PAPER CINEMA!http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AMH5P2QM3Xg
& late night flailing from DJ CAMP CLIMAX
dress bizarre//dance slinkily//makeout more often
entrance by donation; all funds to the Save the Forest campaignhttp://blog.theforest.org.uk/savetheforest
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