A number of the artists have discovered new audiences for their work through the collaboration. Gay London's Club and Bar listings, features and lifestyle For eleven years, all have been welcomed into its belly. Haven for the defiant, disenchanted, different and sometimes disrobed. Cabaret — La Voix. London is always in a state of flux which is partly what makes it such an exciting city to live in, every moment is just a snapshot in time, but if I think about London in the 90s it seems there were many more underground options.
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Because we have always been apart from the mainstream both in terms of music and sensibility, it's not that going to KAOS can give anyone an identity rather that KAOS is a space where you can be free to explore, express and recreate and your identity. There is something primal about dancing and entering trance states, it's ecstatic, a total derangement of the senses. As a wholly independent publication, we rely entirely on our ad bookings to keep The Quietus going. It almost sounds like a cult… What does that mean to you to hear this? He was the sweet, softly-spoken Glee club member with a heart of gold.
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Most of our friends are artists, designers, musicians, performers, filmmakers… KAOS precipitated so much cross-pollination, it brings all these creatively engaged people together and then magic starts to happen. Thursday, September 6, Resisting this process, or at least holding a space that is oppositional is what inspires me to keep going. I've come to understand that programming performances during a club night can be problematic in terms of changing the energy in the space. For tickets, please visit Resident Advisor.
Description:It looks like you're using an adblocker. At The Speaker Palace we had all the space and equipment to programme really elaborate live performances and experimental film screenings as well as techno. At Stunners we lost that but found a special atmosphere that was out-of-time, the kind of place you think you must have dreamt about, but the space was cramped and the sound system was a disaster! The off-shoot community coils and writhes alive beneath the surface of the modern, mainstream gay community in London; a glittering serpent hissing of otherness when glimpsed from the outside. London is always in a state of flux which is partly what makes it such an exciting city to live in, every moment is just a snapshot in time, but if I think about London in the 90s it seems there were many more underground options. A man's back, neck, make up, muscle, tits, jock-strap,wigs and a zombie baseline which vibrates into your skull….