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The Jam MCs launch 2 new nights "Reflecting the change in music" at the time
Artefact added : 5th June 2007
by nick grayson
mat Says –
by '91 the hardcore scene was coming in a big way, drum & bass too... (btw when did konspiracy close?)
johntracy Says –
coming after the Gallery sadly closed; my real dj name was john tracy this was often mispelt on flyers, I have fond memories of this club when it was PIPS Fennel St, the multi room specialist scene was unique in the late 70's
COMMENT ADDED 25th July 2007
Airport89 Says –
Best club I ever went to, loads better than Hacienda.
I guy i was a college with nicked the sign when it shut, it's under his bed.
COMMENT ADDED 22nd July 2008
Airport89 Says –
Oh, i've got that flyer as well!
COMMENT ADDED 22nd July 2008
konspiracykid Says –
I think wer'e all in agreement. Better than the Hacienda, second only to the Thunderdome. Shady as hell, but that was part of the fun in those days. I loved the upstairs ... great times. Does anyone remember the guy in the basement who played a blues organ? Think he lasted about 3 weeks! Favourite tune: Rythmatic's 'Take me Back': sub base with bleeps!
COMMENT ADDED 15th January 2009
al10 Says –
iya airport89, dou think ur mate wud be intrested in sellin that sign, coz konspiracy was my uncles club n if i turn up at his door with its sign it wud leave him speechless?
COMMENT ADDED 25th November 2009
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