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Monthly Archives: March 2015

Bruton Dub Club

Bruton Dub Club

April’s Bruton Dub Club live band are the ‘impossible not to dance to’ One Style MDV, a London reggae band who have been playing together for 30 years. Hailed by their peers, they have shared the stage with Aswad, Gregory Isaccs, Misty In Roots, Asian Dub Foundation, Maxi Priest,

The Mad Professor, as well as two UK tours and concerts with indie bands. One Style MDV have always aimed to play live music. Their unconventional simple line-up of bass, guitar and drum has surprised audiences with their overall sound, the dynamics they create and the movement within their music, which has always set them apart from the rest. Joining them on vocals we have Gaven of Korus fame.

Their music has connected them to diverse communities and audiences, and incorporates their individual personal influences ranging from classic reggae to roots and culture, soul, blues, jazz, ska, rock and Hip Hop. It’s difficult to pigeonhole the band, although they have been compared to Steel Pulse, Sly and Robbie, The Wailers, Burning Spear and even The Police. They have had five releases to date, available on iTunes.

Hosted by Bruton Dub Club regular MC’s Clapper Priest and MC Mvp and with Bristol’s Roots Inspiration Sound on the decks.

Saturday 18 April
8pm–midnight
£5 on the door

The Bruton Club, Quaperlake Street, Bruton
01749 813 244
info@unionistclubbruton.co.uk

Advance tickets from:
The Bruton Club, Quaperlake Street
The Green Monkey Juice Bar, Bruton High St.

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Hauser & Wirth Somerset

Hauser & Wirth Somerset

The Radić Pavilion (the Serpentine Gallery 2014 Pavilion), designed by the Chilean architect Smiljan Radić, was launched at Durslade Farm, Bruton, in March. To coincide with this, a season of exhibitions, events and installations exploring the nature of collaboration between architecture and other creative disciplines has been programmed. The season includes an exhibition entitled ‘As… Continue Reading

About Bruton

About Bruton

Bruton is an ancient former market town in the south-east corner of Somerset. Home to around 3,000 people, we have become well known as a centre for education and the arts, with a lively and friendly community. Though smaller than some villages, we have a mayor and are proud of our status as one of… Continue Reading

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