Monday, 4 August 2014

Inkfolk 24/08/2014 Exhibition continues, bar open from 5pm with bank holiday free party with Chris P and Joe Ackroyd playing the finest in afrobeat, disco and house for your dancing pleasure.

Inkfolk 23/08/2014 Exhibition continues, bar open from 1pm. Then from 7pm its boogie time with II Bosco (Red Laser Records) CP and Russ
II Bosco or Christian Wood, aka Woody, aka Crowhead, aka Nudge! A man of many names. He has been part of the make up of Manchester's club land for many years. He was the resident dj at Fat City's infamous Friends and Family night & a recording artist for Grand Central and Aim’s Atic Records during the noughties. II Bosco is his new found love, playing all things boogie and italo from back room parties and main room festival dance-offs, to regular parties like Wet Play and his own Red Laser Disco parties. This guy knows how to have a party and what better one to let him loose on!! Keeping tabs on him will be residents CP and Russ, who will also have plenty of dynamite vinyl offerings to keep the party in shape.
Tickets are £5 and available here
 or here
Dynamite, 35 Market Street, HX7 6EU,
 or here
Joyce's Closet, 6 Cheetham St, HX7 8EW.
 Plus we have a small number of tickets available on the night from 7pm at Inkfolk.

Chek out 

Thursday, 31 July 2014

Inkfolk Friday 22/08/2014 Exhibition continues from 6pm, then from 8pm its Chapter 4 in control of the sounds through out the night. Free Entry.
When they first met it was murder...
There was some argument in System Records about the last copy of Blackboard Jungle. An increasingly heated debate soon became a shirts off kind of moment, DaddyT threw his falafel at Dillinger and Slackears caught most of it in the crossfire. When things (including the falafel) had cooled off they decided to pool their resources and try their upmost to bring quality reggae music to the good people of the Calder Valley and beyond.

21-24th August 2014
Thursday 21/08/2014 6pm Exhibition opening with illustrations by Zeke Clough with live music from WasIst Das feat The uk Muzzlers and Abrasive Pheasants.
Zeke is a local artist working with a variety of mediums to create intricate and detailed drawings. Clough is best known for his work with Shackleton: his twisted designs came to define the aesthetic of Skull Disco, the groundbreaking dubstep label that Shackleton ran with Appleblim, and the pair have continued to collaborate on projects like the recent Drawbar Organ box-set. Clough has also recently been commissioned to provide the art for Kevin Martin’s (of the Bug / King Midas Sound) Acid Ragga label, and held exhibitions in Berlin, Tokyo and Manchester.
Zeke's work will run for 4 days at Inkfolk.
UK Muzzlers is a new name for an old collaboration between Neil Campbell (Vibracathedral Orchestra/Astral Social Club/A Band) and John Clyde-Evans aka Tirath Singh Nirmala (Hood/Ovid Corpse). Neil’s discography is big enough to crash your browser. He’s collaborated with High Wolf (as Iibiis Rooge), Ashtray Navigations, Richard Youngs, Sunroof, Campbell Kneale, Merzbow and many more. John is from Hebden Bridge and first came to prominence in the band Hood (Domino Recordings) before branching out into deeper waters with his solo output and regular collaborations with Neil under the Astral Social Club moniker. This gig will be their first show as a duo for quite a few years and they teasingly suggest this will be a punk rock set….
Abrasive Pheasants are a neo-krautrock combo with jazz-punk tendencies
from hebden bridge, comprising
dan keightley – drums, percussion
matt lupton-levy – keyboards
steve lacey – bass guitar, electronics
michael linden west – nst guitar, electronics
This show will be 'pay what you can afford' but please do not bring your own alcohol as Inkfolk is fully licensed and serves a variety of nice bottled beers and things.
As usual, we will keep the live music last train friendly, but music of the pre-recorded variety will last much longer. Was Ist Das? Soundystem will be playing between band sounds and then taking things later will be our favourite record spinning reprobates.

Thursday, 10 July 2014

We return to the basement for 4 days of fun with an exhibition by Zeke Clough, Experimental sound from Wasist Das, sweet reggae music from the Chapter 4 gang, Saturday rave up feat II Bosco, CP and Russ finishing up with a bank holiday free party with CP and Joe Akroyd. Yeah!!

Wednesday, 7 May 2014

Sunday at Inkfolk 25th may 2014

Sunday 25/05/2014 Exhibition continues, bar open from 1pm. Then doors open 7pm for Performance of The Handless Maiden shadow puppet show with an after party with CP and Russ playing records for dancing into the bank holiday!

‘The Handless Maiden’: is an adaptation of the Brothers Grimm classic tale of a young woman’s journey to adulthood, complicated by the wily trickery of the Devil. Of course, there’s a prince and a good deal of magic to help her on her way, but its her own resourcefulness that wins the day! This poignant tale features beautiful handmade shadow puppets, great live music and is suitable for children (7+) and adults.
Liz Dever is a puppeteer, drama practitioner and a musician. After an initial introduction to Javanese and Balinese Wayang Kulit through a Javanese artist, ted Setya Nugraha, with whom she worked for 5 years, she went on to form her own company, Shadowdance Puppet Theatre. She has worked with various theatre companies and arts organisations including Welfare State International, Horse and Bamboo, Darts, Lawrence Batley Theatre Outreach Team, Artists in Schools and Opera North. She has performed and facilitated puppetry/drama workshops in schools and at festivals throughout the country.     
Jack Glover is a musician and composer. He was musical director for Interplay Theatre Company, Heads Together, Alive and Kicking and Major Road Theatre Co.. He has composed many large scale choral pieces for Koros and other community choirs which have been performed in venues throughout Yorkshire.  He has worked with Welsh National Opera’s librettist, Martin Riley, for many years, composing and directing community musicals and oratorios in conjunction with venues and production houses such as Brewery Arts Centre, Countersthorpe College, Leicester, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds City Varieties and Opera North.
Ticket £2 under 16 and £4 adults available on the door.

Friday, 2 May 2014

Friday at Inkfolk May 23rd 2014

Friday 23/05/2014 Exhibition continues, bar opens from 6pm with live music from 9pm with Khufu live plus djs.

Free Entry

Khufu are a 3 piece electronic/live instrumental outfit from Hebden Bridge/Leeds. Check out some of there stuff here or check them out here