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‘Unknown Number’

Posted in music vidz with tags , , , , , , , , , on January 25, 2010 by jerforceone

Central Spillz – ‘Unknown Number’

Central spillz ‘Unknown Number’ directed by  FOOmagazine

Koast, Mackie Skillz, C Strike Z, Redskin, Shadz, Interface and Superisk

W.O.C.’s 2nd Birthday Bash

Posted in lokey, weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 14, 2010 by jerforceone

Weapon of Choice’s 2nd Birthday Bash @ Mr.Wolfs , January 12th 2010.

photos by jer , Ben Mason (osnap) & AKA Kenny

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

YOU AINT READY FOR THIS

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 29, 2009 by jerforceone

Weapon of choice 2nd birthday 12th January 2010 9-4am

We will be building an extra HUGE wall for this one, inviting 10 of some of Bristol’s finest artists to paint live! Artists include: FLX, Lokey, Sepr, Dylan Shipley, Cheba and some unannounced VERY special guests!!!

Hip Hop / Dubstep from:
Central Spillz
K*ners
Komonazmuk
Thinking
Superisk
Twizzy & Chris Lucas
Dj Betamax

Hosted by the legendary

BUGGSY!

b-boys

+

extra special birthday treats!

12th January 2010,

Mr Wolfs,

£3 all night.

Open an extra hour 9-4am

Free shot before 12!

WEAPON OF CHOICE UPDATE !…

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 24, 2009 by jerforceone

WEAPON OF CHOICE UPDATE !…

FIRST OFF !…

the current show running at the Weapon of choice gallery !…

WOC G FRONT NOW

Weapon of Choice gallery present ‘Mash Media’

Featuring artists:

BYROGLYPHICS

JAMES BAKER

& TRXTR

Opening preview 17th September 6-10pm

Free entry, drinks provided.

Exhibition running until the 11th October 2009

Weapon of Choice Gallery, 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT

Since joining Red Propeller Gallery, who were instrumental in launching the careers of Ian Francis and Guy Denning, a phenomena with a simple formula – hunt down skilled, dedicated and unconventional artists who show a strong political, social or psychological content in their work – James Baker, Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) and TRXTR are all definitely heading in the same direction.

Already having shows in LA, Philadelphia and London under their belts, recent record breaking sell out print releases and major works coming up at prestigious urban and contemporary art auctions in London and New York this trio of artists at Weapons of Choice this month are on their way.

With a sell out show at Signal Gallery, London, in May and secondary market pieces already appearing at auction (substantially exceeding their guide prices) BYROGLYPHICS is riding high and has an enormous following. Describing his work as ‘Kitchen Sink Surrealism’ he has, for a long while, been quietly obsessed with Japanese pop culture, especially the Harajuku phenomenon.

‘I love the way that every piece of popular culture from the recent past is smashed together into a garish soup and regurgitated into real life with absolutely no boundaries’

His hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional result in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.

TRXTR – successfully edging his way into the US market last year showing alongside Guy Denning, Charming Baker and Case in Los Angeles and with work accepted into the upcoming Bonham’s New York Contemporary Art Auction, is seriously on his way – Obsessed with sex and war, beauty and celebrity and the relentless destruction of the planet his beautiful mashed media psycho/schizo canvases defy interpretation.

Fresh talent, emerging from the hotbed of creativity, which is Loughborough University School of Art and Design, JAMES BAKER’S painting and prints are a celebration of the inevitable collusion and blending of cultures that now affects even the most distant of societies. These strange visual creations of a ‘poly-colour’ age are manifested in the ‘anything goes’ state of Yesyoucanistan, where borders are continually eroded, commercialisation rules and fringe beasts roam as champions of hybridity all resulting in a beautiful, chaotic fusion of screenprint, painting and drawing

NEXT UP !…

WOC T FRONT

Weapon of Choice for the 1st time on board the THEKLA!

Live graffiti from

EPOK & SEPR!

Hip hop & Dubstep from:

TASK FORCE!

GEMMY

GUIDO

CENTRAL SPILLZ

BETAMAX

Hosted by

BUGGSY & C-STRIKE-Z

B-Boys, Clothing giveaways!

Top bar hosted by Property of Bristol

Thekla 29th September 2009. 10-3AM

£10 on the door. £9 advance tickets from Weapon of Choice Gallery. 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT.

AND THEN !…

WOC G NEXT FRONT

Weapon of Choice present

‘Piece, Character / Character, Piece’

Featuring work by KTF crews:

EPOK and SEPR

Opening Friday 16th October, 6-10pm.

Show runs until the Sunday 8th November.

14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT.

Free entry. Drinks provided.

WWW.WEAPONOFCHOICEGALLERY.CO.UK

Gallery opening times:

Tues/Wed 11 – 6pm

Thursday 11 – 7pm

Fri-Sat 11 – 6pm

Sunday 12 – 4.00pm

MORE INFO ON MORE GOINGS ON SOON !…

till then check out !…

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

facebook group !…

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6301389994

Weapon of Choice gallery present ‘Mash Media’
Featuring artists:
BYROGLYPHICS
JAMES BAKER
& TRXTR
Opening preview 17th September 6-10pm
Free entry, drinks provided.
Exhibition running until the 11th October 2009
Weapon of Choice Gallery, 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT
Since joining Red Propeller Gallery, who were instrumental in launching the careers of Ian Francis and Guy Denning, a phenomena with a simple formula – hunt down skilled, dedicated and unconventional artists who show a strong political, social or psychological content in their work – James Baker, Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) and TRXTR are all definitely heading in the same direction.
Already having shows in LA, Philadelphia and London under their belts, recent record breaking sell out print releases and major works coming up at prestigious urban and contemporary art auctions in London and New York this trio of artists at Weapons of Choice this month are on their way.
With a sell out show at Signal Gallery, London, in May and secondary market pieces already appearing at auction (substantially exceeding their guide prices) BYROGLYPHICS is riding high and has an enormous following. Describing his work as ‘Kitchen Sink Surrealism’ he has, for a long while, been quietly obsessed with Japanese pop culture, especially the Harajuku phenomenon.
‘I love the way that every piece of popular culture from the recent past is smashed together into a garish soup and regurgitated into real life with absolutely no boundaries’
His hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional result in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.
TRXTR – successfully edging his way into the US market last year showing alongside Guy Denning, Charming Baker and Case in Los Angeles and with work accepted into the upcoming Bonham’s New York Contemporary Art Auction, is seriously on his way – Obsessed with sex and war, beauty and celebrity and the relentless destruction of the planet his beautiful mashed media psycho/schizo canvases defy interpretation.
Fresh talent, emerging from the hotbed of creativity, which is Loughborough University School of Art and Design, JAMES BAKER’S painting and prints are a celebration of the inevitable collusion and blending of cultures that now affects even the most distant of societies. These strange visual creations of a ‘poly-colour’ age are manifested in the ‘anything goes’ state of Yesyoucanistan, where borders are continually eroded, commercialisation rules and fringe beasts roam as champions of hybridity all resulting in a beautiful, chaotic fusion of screenprint, painting and Weapon of Choice gallery present ‘Mash Media’
Featuring artists:
BYROGLYPHICS
JAMES BAKER
& TRXTR
Opening preview 17th September 6-10pm
Free entry, drinks provided.
Exhibition running until the 11th October 2009
Weapon of Choice Gallery, 14 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol, BS2 8DT
Since joining Red Propeller Gallery, who were instrumental in launching the careers of Ian Francis and Guy Denning, a phenomena with a simple formula – hunt down skilled, dedicated and unconventional artists who show a strong political, social or psychological content in their work – James Baker, Byroglyphics (aka Russ Mills) and TRXTR are all definitely heading in the same direction.
Already having shows in LA, Philadelphia and London under their belts, recent record breaking sell out print releases and major works coming up at prestigious urban and contemporary art auctions in London and New York this trio of artists at Weapons of Choice this month are on their way.
With a sell out show at Signal Gallery, London, in May and secondary market pieces already appearing at auction (substantially exceeding their guide prices) BYROGLYPHICS is riding high and has an enormous following. Describing his work as ‘Kitchen Sink Surrealism’ he has, for a long while, been quietly obsessed with Japanese pop culture, especially the Harajuku phenomenon.
‘I love the way that every piece of popular culture from the recent past is smashed together into a garish soup and regurgitated into real life with absolutely no boundaries’
His hybrid of traditional media and digital imaging, focusing on human idiosyncrasies both physical and emotional result in distorted forms both subtle and extreme.
TRXTR – successfully edging his way into the US market last year showing alongside Guy Denning, Charming Baker and Case in Los Angeles and with work accepted into the upcoming Bonham’s New York Contemporary Art Auction, is seriously on his way – Obsessed with sex and war, beauty and celebrity and the relentless destruction of the planet his beautiful mashed media psycho/schizo canvases defy interpretation.
Fresh talent, emerging from the hotbed of creativity, which is Loughborough University School of Art and Design, JAMES BAKER’S painting and prints are a celebration of the inevitable collusion and blending of cultures that now affects even the most distant of societies. These strange visual creations of a ‘poly-colour’ age are manifested in the ‘anything goes’ state of Yesyoucanistan, where borders are continually eroded, commercialisation rules and fringe beasts roam as champions of hybridity all resulting in a beautiful, chaotic fusion of screenprint, painting and drawing

LORENZO @ WOC

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on June 30, 2009 by jerforceone
first a lil’ message from WoC
Hello all.
This will be our last event at Mr Wolfs for a while as we are concentrating on some
bigger events coming in September & October. But we shall return to our home soon 😉

First a lil’ message from WoC

Hello all.

This will be our last event at Mr Wolfs for a while as we are concentrating on some bigger events coming in September & October. But we shall return to our home soon 😉

LORENZO @ WOC  –  14th JULY – MR.WOLFS !….

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This month we have one man army painting, the legendary comic book artist: ‘Lorenzo!’

this is his bit from his visit to WoC…

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and this is a piece of his artwork at the WoC Galley…

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HIP HOP & DUBSTEP:

Album launch party for …

THE BIG BAND THEORY !…

featuring: KALI MIST, SOCIAL CONSCIENCE, DOMC, REGGIE MILLION$ & DJ KRAF-T.

SUPERISK

B-LAM

RAT TASH

BLACKSMITH

DRILLZ & LEGO MAN

DJ BETAMAX

+ special guests throughout the night…

14th July. Mr Wolfs, Bristol. BS1 1JX

£3 ENTRY ALL NIGHT. Inc FREE shot before 12!

clothing giveawas from Sturban

WoC Gallery Flickr

http://www.flickr.com/photos/weaponofchoicegallery/

check the WoC Gallery blog …

http://weaponofchoicegallery.blogspot.com/

sign up for the WoC Gallery newsletter…

http://www.weaponofchoicegallery.co.uk/

join the facebook WoC group …

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=6301389994

lorenzo’s blog …

http://blogtwice.blogspot.com/

REWIND – The Tribute to Neil Kymatik

Posted in rewind with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 28, 2009 by jerforceone

REWIND – The Tribute to Neil Kymatik @ Lakota Saturday 30th Mayrewind

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REWIND! The Tribute To Neil Kymatik
SAT 30 MAY
10-6am
@ LAKOTA

Room One : Dubstep

Mary Anne Hobbs
Headhunter
SLT Mob
Search and Destroy
Rossi B
El-B
Komonazmuk
Joker
Pinch
Gemmy
Forsaken
Hyetal
Blazey
Superisk
Coleco
Wascal
Tekton
Room Two: Bristol Crew // Eclectic

Kraymon
Steve Redux
Dub Boy
Ironside
Punksi
Munkee
Housewives
Stealth
Beavis

Room Three : Trisect & Friends // D&B – Hip Hop – Broken Beat

Trisect Crew
Instinct
Adam Form
Rex
Boro
Spit
Fiasco

Room Four : Friends & Family

Snafu
Kahn
Powercut
Weasel
Pippin-Drill
+ more TBC

+ VJs / Extra Rigs / Bass Honeys / Live Graffiti / Fire Spinners / Face Painting / Magicians and much much more!

£5 adv + b/f – tickets will be available from Bristol Ticket Shop or Rooted Records and Bristol Flyer (no booking fee)
For those who knew Neil Kymatik, he was a very special person. In honour of this legend, we are throwing a massive rave as a tribute to him.

We have booked Lakota for one huge party in his honour – and the date is:

SATURDAY 30TH MAY @ LAKOTA

We will be going all-out to make this the best party we can provide, as a testament to the man who’s passion and enthusiasm touched so many lives. A legendary rave for a true legend.

All proceeds from the event will go to charity.

Needless to say, Neil loved his music – so we will be putting together an incredible line-up of quality sounds for this. The line-up will be announced soon and it is BIG!

However, we do need a lot more than just the music!

We want this to be the most magical evening possible, and to do that we need all the bits and bobs that make a rave like this go that extra mile.

So, we’re looking for VJs, Decor, Rigs, Lighting, Fire Spinners, Magicians, Face Painters and so on – anybody who feels they can add a special element to this party. As this is for charity, we would be asking you to donate your services for free.

We are also looking for as many people as possible to help with the promotion of this. We want as many people as possible in attendance to rave it up in honour of Neil – so it’s vital we have a team dedicated to helping us get the word out!

If you think you can help us in any way with the party, then please get in touch – either by messaging me on here, or contacting me at: info@byte-club.co.uk

Above all though we want you all to come and party! Tell your friends, spread the word, and come down to call for the Rewind!

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WEAPON OF CHOICE 1st BIRTHDAY !

Posted in weapon of choice with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on December 27, 2008 by jerforceone

a quick heads up !… the next “WEAPON OF CHOICE” is its 1st birthday and its goin’ to be a dubstep special !… its goin’ to be a heavy night of bass and live graffiti !!… see you there !…

Live painting from KAI & OBESE

dubstep from FORSAKEN, GEMMY, SUPERISK, SOBR & BETAMAX

Hosted by BUGGSY, KOAST & C-STRIKE-Z (central spillz)

13th January 2009. Mr Wolfs. 9 – 3am £3

FREE shot for everyone on entry!

+ Loads of extra giveaways!

 

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“Weapon of choice” is every 2nd Tuesday of the month.

9 – 3am – only £3

Mr Wolfs
 
St Stephens Street BS1 1JX
 
Bristol