After School Club: Redstone Press & Friends – POSTPONED

Due to recent developments around COVID-19, this event was forced to cancel. We will be working with the event producers to reschedule at a more appropriate time.

On Saturday March 14th we’ll be opening up Civic House to showcase some friends we think are doing amazing things at the moment. Come and join us from 7pm for a vegan dinner, courtesy of the amazing Civic House kitchen team, followed by music there on in. It’s free before 9pm so grab a bargain and spend your entry on dinner instead!

Before all of that we’ll be hosting workshops in the space from 3pm, info on these at the bottom.


*Krash Bandicute*

Lewis was lucky enough to catch her playing in Belgium last year and she has since become a firm favourite at RP HQ. Hard drum enthusiast and percussive bootleg finder, she creates a vibrant and fun atmosphere, encouraging a sense of not taking things too seriously whilst you lose it to tear out rhythms and deconstructed club melters.
Here’s a recent guest mix she made for our Subcity Radio show:

*Nahi Sabhera*

Nahi Sabhera is another person who stood out amongst a lineup of amazing artists that caught our eye in Belgium last year. So it seems totally fitting to bring her up for a dunt of rnb/pop referenced dance music mutations that nod towards heavy bass weight and tongue in cheek vocals. She has in the last year shared stages with LSDXOXO, Manara, Asmara & MikeQ to unashamedly name drop a few and played at some of the realest parties, like Pxssy Palace.
Check out some of her wares below:

*Mother (live)*

We don’t really need to do too many introductions for Mother as those who know, know. But for those who don’t, Mother creates razor edged variations of jungle, bass, techno and dancehall. He’ll be playing live, something of a rarity and for certain not to be missed. Post Brexit/apocalyptic vibes to even out the night!
A sample of his live set:

(1hr 4mins in)

Bake All Caps

Another person who needs no introduction in Glasgow is Bake. He has been a true supporter and proponent of UK inspired dance music since it’s rise to prominance and alongside Ryan Martin curated and released some of the best versions of it at that time under their record label All Caps. Now steering a course that joins all the different musical dots together from a place of love, he holds focus on a monthly Rinse FM slot.
Check it here:

*Redstone Press*

We are also going to be playing a few tunes to set the tone whilst we all tuck into the insanely good dinner on offer.

We have a zero tolerance policy towards harassment of any kind and will be on hand alongside a few dedicated people during the night to try and make the evening as safe and fun as possible. If you witness or are victim to anything that leaves you or someone else feeling unsafe or threatened and would like to bring it to our attention our team will be wearing neon Redstone Press badges.

Free before 9pm/£5 after.

On the day from 3pm we will be facilitating a beginners CDJ workshop with Krash Bandicute and a beginners turntable workshop with Lewis Lowe from 4.30pm. There is a limited amount of places due to the time available to us there, the sign up sheet is below:

14 Mar, 19:00 – Late