Only adults are admitted. Nobody younger than 18 can hire or listen to Psykhomantus in the club or your speakers with this rating. The DJ under this category do not have limitation on the bad language that is used. Hard Beats are generally allowed, and strong Scratchin/Beat Juggling along with Body Tricks activity is also allowed. Scenes of strong real sex may be permitted if justified by a fly groupie.
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
Festival: The Hip Hop Revolution
June 25th: The Hip Hop Revolution
Part of Punch Record's Bass Festival, The Hip Hop Revolution is a day long event packed full of a series of fun dance workshops and performances centred around the five elements of Hip Hop.
Hip Hop Revolution will feature special performances from some of the hottest Hip Hop talent around and will culminate with a mass dance led by celebrity dancer, Turbo from Sky1’s ‘Got to Dance’ where visitors will be encouraged to learn the moves and join in.
Turbo from Sky’s Got to Dance Eastpak Throwdown, London’s biggest underground Hip Hop dance event Street Wear Designer Daniel Isles of SoapBox World Limited Edition give-aways StayFresh DJ and MC Showcase Rare screening of the Hip Hop classic film Wild Style
Everyone welcome. All events and workshops are free of charge, no pre-booking required with the exception of Wild Style, where tickets can be reserved in advance.
Tickets for Throwdown are £5 Book call the Box Office on 0121 533 7161
Wild Style 4pm Free, tickets can be reserved in advance Certificate 15, 82 mins
A special screening of Wild Style, hailed as the most inspirational hip-hop of movie of all time, capturing the birth of an underground hip-hop scene.Full of great subway shots, breakdancing, freestyle MCing and rare footage of one of the godfathers of hip-hop, Grandmaster Flash, Wild Style is a must-see for fans of hip-hop music and culture.
Hip Hop Revolution 1.30pm Free
Kashmir Leese, Artistic Director of The Smash Bro’z Hip Hop Collective, has been working with dance students and crews from around Sandwell to create this unique, one-off site-specific performance at The Public, focusing on the eight elements of Hip Hop dance.
Turbo leads the Hip Hop Revolution Mass Dance 3pm Free
Learn a Hip Hop dance choreographed by Turbo of Sky’s Got to Dance fame, and then take part in a mass performance on West Bromwich High Street led by the man himself. West Bromwich town centre will have never experienced anything like it.
StayFresh Showcase 3.30pm Free
Pioneering music label StayFresh present a showcase of MC and DJ talent.
Eastpak Throwdown 8pm Tickets £5 - call 0121 533 7161 to book
For the first time outside London, known as the UK’s best underground Hip Hop dance event, Throwdown presents a Crews from around the West Midlands will be battling it out accompanied by a live DJ set.
Battles Will Be
1vs1 Hip Hop Track From The Hat (Freestyle)
Hip Hop Revolution presents a series of free art, dance and music workshops celebrating hip hop culture at The Public. All workshops are free, no need to pre-book.
Hip-Hop Art & Animation Workshop 10am-1pm 11-18 year olds
Led by Daniel Isles, Creative Designer of Soap Box World, create your own 3D Hip Hop figure, and then get it breaking and popping in your very own stop-frame animation, which can be uploaded to your mobile.
Graffiti Workshop 11am – 4pm All ages
Graffiti your own tyre with (child safe) spray cans and add it to a Hip Hop sculpture, led by Graffiti4Hire.
Street Dance Workshop 5.15-6.15pm All ages
Sample a taste of the dynamic choreography of street dance led by Toffee, Dance Director of Tru Street Dance.
Hip Hop DJ Workshop: 11am-1pm MC Hosting Workshop: 4-6pm All ages
Try out your DJing skills and open mic for aspiring MCs under the guidance of DJ Miss C Brown. Turntablism & DJ Showcase by DJ Psykhomantus & DJ Roc 1 from A Few Good Men.
Hip Hop Zumba Workshop 4.15-5.15pm All ages
Combining the unique style of Zumba with the Hip Hop hits of today, led by Triple M Dance Academy.
Hip Hop illustrations All day
Photograph yourself in your own Hip Hop scene using illustrations by Soap Box World.
Hip Hop Revolution is part of Dancing for the Games, a series of events run by Punch Records, which plan to engage the local community in dance as participants, leaders and audiences.
Punch Records will be running five events over the next year in support of the Olympic Games with each event representing the five rings of the Olympics. Hip Hop Revolution is the first of these events and will also mark the last day of BASS Festival 2011 (British Arts and Street Sounds), the UK’s only month-long celebration of Black music and art, which Punch Records also organises.
For more information about Dancing for the Games, BASS Festival and line-up announcements, visit Punch Records www.punch-records.co.uk