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|07 Feb 07 05:03 PM | | |SCRATCH| @ Cumbernauld Theatre March 3rd 2007|
|FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 7th February 2007|
JOURNEY THROUGH HIP-HOP CULTURE AT CUMBERNAULD THEATRE
Cumbernauld Theatre is opening its doors to those interested in contemporary Hip-Hop Culture for the first in a series of day-long events designed to support the growth of urban artistic expression in Scottish communities.
Entitled |SCRATCH| Journeys through the Urban underground|, the event takes place on March 3rd 2007 at Cumbernauld Theatre and comprises of a daytime workshop programme for 12 – 25 year olds and an evening Hip-Hop club event for over-16’s.
|SCRATCH|DAY| Running between 12pm – 5pm on March 3rd 2007, our daytime programme of events for young people focuses on the Urban Arts of DJ-ing, Break-dancing, Hip-Hop Dance and Graffiti Art through a series of workshops, master-classes and demonstrations. Fans and enthusiasts of Hip-Hop will get a rare opportunity to learn from some of Scotland’s leading urban artists including Glasgow B-Boy Crew The Flying Jalapenos, B-Girl & DJ Shelltoe Mel, DJ Krash Slaughta & graffiti artist EJEK of Easy Riderz.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL WORKSHOPS ARE 1HR IN DURATION AND COST £2 PER PERSON, DEMONSTRATIONS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO ALL. TO BOOK YOUR PLACE, CONTACT CUMBERNAULD THEATRE BOX OFFICE | 01236 732887
|SCRATCH|NIGHT| As day turns to night we open our doors and invite you to freak out with your floor work, get rawkus with your routines and get in a frankle with your freezes, all in the name of Hip-Hop! We’ve got the best Scottish DJ’s providing the ultimate soundtrack to your night including DJ’s Krash Slaughta, Shelltoe Mel & Colin Millar and we extend a warm welcome to our very special guests for the evening, BINARY LABYRINTH. Witness the fitness, Cumbernauld’s first B-Boy Battle will kick off the jam. The 2-on-2 Battles will be hosted by Tony Mills (Random Aspekts) and will feature Glasgow’s premier B-Boy Crew, The Flying Jalapenos, and a special guest performance by INDIE B JEWELS. If you want to keep it unreal on the dance floor, join us between 9pm – 2pm on March 3rd 2007 for what promises to be an unforgettable night!
PLEASE NOTE: TICKETS FOR THIS CLUB EVENT ARE LIMITED, SO BOOK EARLY TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT! TICKETS: £6 (£5) IN ADVANCE. OVER 16’S ONLY. I.D REQUIRED. FOR DETAILS ON HOW TO SECURE YOUR TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT, PHONE CUMBERNAULD THEATRE BOX OFFICE | 01236 732887 OR SEE WWW.CUMBERNAULDTHEATRE.CO.UK B-BOYS & B-GIRLS CAN REGISTER FOR THE BATTLE BY EMAILING SCRATCH@CUMBERNAULDTHEATRE.CO.UK
|Note to Editors:
• |CUMBERNAULD THEATRE TRUST| grew up along with the new town of Cumbernauld and is the artistic and cultural heart of the community and it has grown to enjoy a national and international reputation for producing quality arts experiences for a wide ranging and diverse audience. The aim of |Scratch| is to empower young people by bringing them together with professional artists to create artistic experiences and expressions that address civic and social issues, impact their lives, and transform their communities. Cumbernauld Theatre is a registered charity, funded by the Scottish Arts Council & North Lanarkshire Council.
• |BINARY LABYRINTH| has no established narrative, it is more to do with how YOU define and apply performance - there is no wrong or right answer. Everything is interpretation. Positive or negative reaction is expected and acceptable. Whatever your findings please note this performance is fuelled by sincerity and motivated by vibes/experimentation. For further info e| Oscar Chetalot, email@example.com
• |SHELLTOE MEL| Shelltoe Mel has over thirteen years experience teaching and performing a collage of dance styles throughout the community. Her roots are firmly within the hip hop culture. She began as part of Projekt 11:92 dance company and has gone on to be involved with many diverse projects such as EA Games "Big in the Game" tour, Coca Cola REV event, NTL Radio awards, Princes Trust, Urban Dance Theatre, Lord Provost parade. She is currently a member of Glasgow’s Flying Jalapenos, b-boy/b-girl crew performances include " Maydaze" and sets at the Puma store. She has formed her own female crew Indie B Jewels in 2006 who performed at "The Ultimate Chill" festival supporting Capercaille. She also DJ’s at the monthly b-boy event "Style Trial" and in the CCA.
• |INDIE B JEWELS| were formed in Glasgow in 2006 by Shelltoe Mel. They are a female crew with a collage of styles with their roots firmly in Hip Hop. They have performed with Capercaille at the Ultimate Chill Festival and as part of an Oxjam event. INDIE B JEWELS are: Shelltoe Mel, Michelle Quigley, Samantha Colhoun & Mary Mills.
• |DJ KRASH SLAUGHTA| Krash has been involved in making records and DJ-ing since 1991, when he got his big break at the Hub Club in Bath. Jon Carter was also playing and was so impressed with his skills that he signed Krash to his band at the time, Monkey Mafia. The band went on to become one of the hottest underground acts of the 90s, playing gigs all over the World and supporting the likes of Roni Size on his Reprazent tour, and Massive Attack on their Mezzanine tour. He currently splits his time between DJ-ing and producing new material, playing alongside west coast of Scotland based group All Time High who featured on DJ Numark’s mix cd ‘Hands On’ and he recently supported the mighty Jurassic 5 at Edinburgh’s Corn Exchange.
• |THE FLYING JALAPENOS| The Flying Jalapenos were formed over 4 years ago by Sideshow Maule and Wee Super Steve as the only 2 dedicated b-boys in Glasgow who wanted to train, learn, battle, perform, teach and most importantly have fun with the dance. The Jalapenos have taught, performed and battled all over Scotland in various cities and towns at many different events and venues trying to help more people get into the dance that they love "b-boying" and the other styles of hip-hop dance "locking" and "popping". Their crew has expanded a lot since first getting together and now includes b-boys from Glasgow, Edinburgh, Holland, Germany, Poland and South Africa with 1 b-girl Shelltoe Mel also representing Glasgow, which makes them an 11 strong international crew. Most of the crew will be in attendance at Cumbernauld Theatre ready to rock the floor......whenever the Jalapenos are flying it's always HOT!
• |COLIN MILLAR| Originally from Fife, Colin now lives in Edinburgh and has been djing for over 13 years. He first break was winning Muzik magazine's Bedroom Bedlam mixtape competition in 1997 and shortly afterwards had the honour of being the first ever guest to be asked on Ninja Tune's influential Solid Steel radio show (www.ninjatune.net/solidsteel) by Coldcut's Matt Black. Aside from providing mixes for Solid Steel and other radio shows (including Tru Thoughts / Zebra Traffic's The Dugout show) Colin has played in clubs across the UK and in Europe and has been resident for the last 9 years at "Headspin" at The Bongo Club in Edinburgh playing a mix of hip hop, funk, soul, breaks and anything else that's funky. He is among only a handful of DJs to have been asked to be a resident DJ at Mr Scruff's "Keep It Unreal" club nights and has appeared alongside DJs such as Aim, DJ Yoda, David Holmes, Lewis Parker, Mark Rae (Rae and Christian/Grand Central), Martin Brew (J-Walk/Fat City), Matt Black (Coldcut/Ninja Tune), Mr Thing (ex-Scratch Perverts),The Psychonauts, Richard Fearless (Death In Vegas) and The Unabombers (Electric Chair).
Aside from djing, Colin has released a few records as part of the group Hero No.7 who gained a cult following in Japan after releasing their first 12" of cut'n'paste hip hop tracks. His records have been played on Radio 1 by John Peel, Steve Lamacq and Rob Da Bank and his second single, the uptempo b-boy funk of 'Keeping It Real', was featured on Ollie Teeba from The Herbaliser's FabricLive mix CD. Hero No.7's last EP, 'The Right Side Of The Tracks', also gained the accolade of "Hip Hop Single Of The Week" in DMC Update magazine, with a 5 star rating.
If you would like any additional information on this event or the people involved, please contact: Janet Healy, Development Manager,
T: 01236 737235
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|07 Feb 07 08:34 PM | | RE: |SCRATCH| @ Cumbernauld Theatre March 3rd 2007|
Ach, Christ, I am NOT reading through all that. Not on this forum with the tiny text.|
Can't you make a pretty flyer or something, or put up a website?
|07 Feb 07 10:23 PM | | RE: |SCRATCH| @ Cumbernauld Theatre March 3rd 2007|
oooooooo! its got ejek! |
wonder if he'll do some dodgy characters whilst thuggin it wid da homies
yep dats da easyriderz with a "Z" for extra hiphop factor
|07 Feb 07 11:49 PM | | RE: |SCRATCH| @ Cumbernauld Theatre March 3rd 2007|
|And this is why Scottish graff doesnt take off...Be Stoked!|
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