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Win This! 1994 Jeff Buckley Photo Pass From the Grace Tour! CONTEST NOW CLOSED!

I’m getting rid of some things, so this could work out to your benefit.

The item is a PHOTO PASS that I acquired for the Jeff Buckley show at the Trinity Centre in October 1994. This was in support of his Grace album.

So, if you want the item above for your collection, please answer this very simple trivia question:

Who opened up for Mr. Buckley at that Trinity Center show?

Duke of York to return to old haunt

The Duke of York will be visiting CSR on the Cambridge Business Park later this month, just across the road from what used to be the Q.ton Forum, a venue he knows very well indeed.

The Q.ton, now known as the Trinity Centre, was once purchased for £10 million by Amanda Staveley, a former girlfriend of the Prince, who reportedly turned down his marriage proposal.

Staveley, who left Cambridge University before completing her degree, is also well known for her role in orchestrating the landmark takeover of Manchester City for Sheikh Mansour of Abu Dhabi.

When asked if they still welcomed the Duke of York’s visit in light of recent lurid newspaper headlines concerning his links with a convicted paedophile, CSR said they had not considered being anything other than welcoming.

PAINT THE TOWN DEAD!!!

Here’s my FLOODIT design. Bring a tee or buy one off me on the night. Also available prints, totes etc.

You turn up with something to print on, cross my palm with silver and ***SHAAAAZZAAAMM*** It’s yours.

Ideally I will be printing Dracula on girls boobs all night.

If you’ve never been to The Trinity Centre in Bristol, it’s a great venue that has played host to some awesome stuff.

29th October @ Trinity Centre

Heres the link to the event on Facebook, come get involved it’s gonna be loud!

FLOODIT FACEBOOK EVENT

DEAP VALLY
www.deapvally.com

Valley girls from LA that sing the blues, play rock n roll, sweat, move and groove. Deap Vally break blues down to its simplest, most fundamental form: beat, melody, and meaning, while the duo’s scorching live shows are fast becoming the stuff of legend. Unlikely as it may seem, the pair did actually first meet at a needlework class in 2012. Bonding over their crochet hooks with a love of the blues, first demos and videos of the girls’ live shows have been cropping up online with increasing frequency over the past few months, Filter Magazine invited the band to perform at their Coachella party, and they even caught the ears of one Josh Homme, whose Eagles of Death Metal invited the girls to open for them in LA. “Impossible not to love.” - The Guardian. 

SATURDAY 2 NOVEMBER

TRINITY CENTRE
Trinity Road, Old Market, Bristol BS2 0NW
Doors 7.30pm
Ages 14+

Advance tickets available from:
www.alt-tickets.co.uk
www.gigantic.com
Bristol Ticket Shop
0844 871 8819

MS MR
www.msmrsounds.com

The vocalist Lizzy Plapinger and producer Max Hershenow met at the
Vassar College while studying music. They claim to have done the electronic music class together, but they only became better friends after they graduated in 2010, when Max started contacting Lizzy by e-mail.
On June 2011, the band released an EP called Ghost City USA with the songs “Bones”, “Time Of My Life (Cover)”, “Strings” and “Ash Tree Lane”. The first single from the band, “Hurricane”, was posted in MS MR’s SoundCloud on May 9th, 2012, later that year, they released a new EP: Candy Bar Creep Show was released on September and contains the final version of the songs “Bones” and “Ash Tree Lane, plus the songs “Hurricane” and “Dark Doo Wop”.
At the beginning of 2013, the band released a music video for the song “Fantasy” on youtube, on February 4th. The song, which was released later on iTunes, became the first single of their debut album. “Secondhand Rapture” was released on May 10th. The song “Hurricane” was rereleased as the second single from the album, as it received a new music video on April 8th.

SUNDAY 17 NOVEMBER

TRINITY CENTRE
Trinity Road, Old Market, Bristol BS2 0NW
Doors 7.30pm
Ages 14+

Advance tickets available from:
www.alt-tickets.co.uk
www.gigantic.com
Bristol Ticket Shop
0844 871 8819