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Added 19th January 2011 by Abigail

Featured in the following Online Exhibitions:
Queer Noise


Jamie Bull, Will Tramp
Legends (Whitworth Street)
1st October 2010


On Friday 1st October the good ship HomoElectric is back to unite the tribes under her banner to celebrate the love of all things passionate & times.

The ole sea dog will be tarted up in time to party with a brand new website and even some new decor. Alongside our most excellent residents Jamie Bull, Will Tramp & the Trash-O-Rama DJs we have invited the following musical maestros to step up to the captain's table:


Roisin needs no introduction surely? Suffice to say we have been besotted with the quirky songstress since she first asked "Do You Like My Tight Sweater?" back in 1995 when Moloko gave alternative pop a new outfit. This siren's songs have been staples on our dance floor ever since. We are immensely excited to have finally lured her into our den for an exclusive DJ set which will feature Roisin performing live vocals on new material and of course some of her signature sounds.


In conjunction with the Un-Convention music industry event HomoElectric present the Young Fathers live & direct on stage. Ally, Kayus & G hail from Edinburgh and have burst onto the music scene with a mash up of Hip-Hop, Soul, Reggae, Electro, Breakbeat, African & Go Go rythyms with dangerously crusading lyrics to define the modern melting pot (though they don't take themselves too seriously). Having featured on Simian Mobile Disco's most recent album, they went on to support them on tour and have remixed for the likes of French indie popsters Phoenix."

£10 + booking fee
Available online at
Also from Piccadilly Records & Clone Zone

More info about Un-Convention at unconventionhub.or

Latest Discussion

“Hi Abigail, this is Arkeena from Rebel Republic Films. We've been talking to Alison from MDMA about the DJ Michelle flyer you had uploaded and she let us know that you kindly allowed us to use it in our documentary (of course we will credit the names she mentioned).

I wanted to get in touch as we've seen a few more artefacts uploaded by you that we wanted to know if we would be able to use in our documentary, the above poster being one of them. Please let me know if this is a possibility and if you have any questions.

Many thanks,
14 Mar 2023
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