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Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present
BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012
The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211
2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets
On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.
The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton 
Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :

Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music and Watershed present

BRISTOL TO BROOKLYN // TUESDAY 16TH OCTOBER 2012

The Knitting Factory, 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211

2pm – Free // 7pm - $ 10 // Get tickets

On 16th October 2012, BEAM// (Bristol Exchange of Arts & Music) are bringing a slice of Bristol’s burgeoning street level art, music and film to Brooklyn. BEAM// will be running a day and night event at the Knitting Factory in Williamsburg, featuring world renowned street artists Inkie and Nick Walker, music from Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45), plus the legendary Bristol DJ and long time NY resident DJ Milo. There will also be representation from Brooklyn in the form of DJ Ursula 1000 and live acts The Good People and Archie Pelago.

The event will include film screenings, visuals and art to give a flavour of the creative output from Bristol, UK featuring work from award winning music documentary filmmaker Mark Kidel and a selection of music promos and visuals from John Minton

Much like Brooklyn itself, the city of Bristol has long been regarded as a place of innovation, radical creativity, and independence. From the street art of Banksy, Nick Walker, Will Barras, Inkie to the groundbreaking, distinctive and original music of  Massive Attack and Portishead,  and the de-facto ‘home’ of movements such as dubstep and drum & bass, this is all drawn from a multi cultural and fiercely independent city. Bristol is recognised the world over as a leader, not a follower in original and underground culture. Full program and profiles are here :


Snippet from the amazing Mail, Maps & Motion event in the Passenger Shed at Bristol’s Temple Meads train station, as part of the See No Evil weekend, in front of 2500 people. BEAM// created a live soundtrack response to Len Lye’s psychedelic experimental 1937 GPO  film Trade Tattoo and Norman McClaren’s Dali-esque Love On The Wing from 1938. This was followed by a montage including live drawings via iPad by renowned street artist Inkie, fusing images from the films with his own live creations, and in response to a 20 minute semi improvised musical piece by BEAM//. The band line up on the night was Scott Hendy (DJ/Electronicas/MPC), SJ Esau (Guitar, Electronics), Si John (Bass) abd Andy Sutor (Drums). Little bit from a ‘bands eye view’ here


BEAM Live // 29th March Watershed // Bristol

Bristol Music Foundation and Watershed are proud to present :

A LIVE AND UNIQUE INTERACTION OF ART, FILM AND MUSIC
BEAM LIVE at Watershed Café/Bar Bristol
Part I: Windmills Of Your Mind
Thu 29 March 22:00 - 01:00  Free Entry STC

Inkie (See No Evil)

DJ Cheeba (Solid Steel)

Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45)

Come and celebrate two of Bristol’s biggest exports – street art and music – at BEAM Live, a brand new experimental music and art night at Watershed on Thu 29 March at 10pm. Three of Bristol’s internationally acclaimed talents – DJs Scott Hendy and Cheeba and street artist Inkie – will combine forces to create a truly unique Bristol take on the classic song Windmills of Your Mind.
 
Bristol music heavyweights Scott Hendy (Malachai/Boca 45) and DJ Cheeba (Solid Steel) will be cutting and splicing audio and video live while artist and See No Evil artistic curator Inkie will be swapping his usual concrete canvasses for an iPad: his creations will be projected to the audience in real time, morphing and responding to the music on the night.
 
The night’s theme will be The Windmills of Your Mind, the iconic song from The Thomas Crown Affair scored by Michel Legrand, the legendary film composer who will be visiting Watershed on 31 March as part of Filmic, Watershed and St George’s festival of film and music. What form will their distinctive interpretations take? Find out on the night…

Admission is FREE subject to capacity, and we advise getting down early!

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