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This month we chat to Zephyr main man Gordon Kimber ahead of their big first birthday party, Zephfest, as well as taking a look at the massive line up for the epic celebration.

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We also recap our experience at Absolute Music’s learn to play day, as well as an in depth look at the other services provided by the music superstore. Elsewhere in the mag D-Tox runs down the DnB listings as well as a feature on the Drum & Bass Warriors fundraiser in memory of Gaia Pope, and Chinners reviews the new EP from The Two Man Travelling Medicine Show. This plus all the listings and previews you need to plan your month!

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Bournemouth rock bar Zephyr is fast approaching its one year anniversary. Since opening it has built a legion of dedicated regulars who love the chilled out vibes, great drinks selection and classic rock soundtrack. Zephyr will be holding a massive party to celebrate reaching one year old called Zephfest, it will feature a massive lineup of live music with acts including Metaprism, Black Water County, Compass, The Wilderpeople, Miseria Hallows, The Succulence and PXR5. We catch up with main man Gordon Kimber to recap on the last year and focus on the next. One year on! How does it feel to make it to your first birthday? - Scary

In truth all those were prior to opening, so much hard work went into turning the right, it has come round so quickly. It’s a venue around into what you see today. The bar top was particularly hard work, big achievement for everyone involved. Opening a bar there are always risks, so we had help from a good friend Joe, to make it to our first birthday in the style but making a bar top and back bar from railway sleepers was a real challenge. we have feels great.

It must have been a whirlwind of a year, can you tell us some of the highlights for you and the team?

It really has! Highlights? After all the hours we have put in, still being alive is one! Haha! Seriously though, I think we all would go with Easter weekend, we expected to be busy, but not as busy as we were. It was that busy on the Saturday we had a queue for entry at 3.15am, that’s just crazy! We broke every record we had set previously, it was mental but so much fun at the same time!

Was there any particular ‘smack your head against the wall’ moments you remember where you wondered why you did this to yourself?

What is the inspiration behind the upcoming Zephfest?

I want to provide our loyal customers with awesome events. I have always wanted to do something like this, so for us to do it ourselves and completely self fund it is awesome. For me it’s a real marker to show what we can put together and I’m not done yet!

The diversity of the line up is incredible, from heavy metal to rock to folk! How did you go about selecting the acts?

As you can imagine I had so many acts contact me to play when I announced ZephFest earlier this year, but this is something I had been planning since August last year. So when it came to


selecting acts, with exception to Sarges PXR5, I had been turning up at gigs and making notes on what I liked and didn’t like. At one point I had a list of 25 bands and had to whittle it down, it was hard work!

Which act(s) are you most looking forward to seeing in your venue?

I always look forward to Sarge doing something, he is such a character! All the bands are great at what they do, they are all worth catching so I can’t separate them, after all I did chose them all to play!

Often bars open up and are moulded by the regulars that make it their home away from home. Has Zephyr changed from your original vision pre opening, and if so how?

The only real thing we changed was our opening hours, most will remember that early on we were shutting at 2am, now on Thursday, Friday and Saturday we are open until 5am. We gave it a trial run leading up to Christmas and the response from our clientele was superb. We were getting thanked for staying open later and more and more people were coming down. So after New Years we made an announcement that from now

“Opening a bar there are always risks it feels great to make our 1st birthday in style”

Last time we spoke the secret back room was all very hush hush… can you spill any beans on your plans for it yet?

Haha, I’m fairly sure you ask me this every time you see me and you get the same answer, wait and see dear boy, wait and see!

With the experience you have gained running Zephyr over the last year would there be anything you would do differently, and if you could go back and give one year ago Gordon some advice what would it be? It was my idea to launch slow and go for word of mouth promotion/ recommendation and let it spread. I truly believe that word of mouth is golden, you listen to your friends far more than an advertising campaign. That’s not to say that in the early days I wouldn’t sometimes get a little worried and I probably stressed myself out a bit. Therefore, the advice would be have a whisky, chill out and stick to your ideals. As you can see, a year down the line it really has paid off! People who have been with us from the early days almost feel like family now and we have a fantastic rapport with our customers because of it.

on we would be open until 5am on the weekends, and Thursdays followed soon after. They asked, we responded and we were happy to!

What have you got planned for the next year of Zephyr?

Come on, do you really think I’m gonna give away all my secrets? Haha! All I will say is that I am starting to utilise my contacts in the music scene; of which I have many. You know the drill, keep your eyes on me as I have big plans for the future.

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Compass

An exciting, energetic rock band playing some of the best rock covers around! With former members of PV, Acbeebies, QED and Red Crow.

On June 2nd, Zephyr reaches it’s first birthday. To celebreate they are bringing together seven hugely different bands, for one all day musical feast. You’ve everything here from Metal to Irish Folk, with a little bit of Space Rock for The WIlderpeople 5 piece rock band who are good measure. Zephfest is proving to be as influenced by Foo Fighters, varied as the spirits list at the bar! Black Stone Cherry,

Black Water County

Black Water County

Local folk punk institution Black Water County have built a deserved reputation up and down the UK as a premier party band due to relentless gigging, stomping tunes and some high profile festival sets including Boomtown and Camp Bestival.

Metaprism

Dual vocal melodic metal mixing up their sound with high soaring clean melodies, beautiful blended harmonies and raging aggressive growls to create a unique and layered band that has just come off tour with metal heavyweights Iced Earth.

Metaprism

Miseria Hallows

Born from the ashes of local groups The Texas Drag Queen Massacre and Glimpse of Misfortune Miseria Hallows play a blend of goth, punk rock and hardcore with plenty of Misfits on the side.

Soundgarden, Coheed and Cambria and Chris Cornell.

The Succulence

This funk-rock quartet burst onto the local scene in late 2016. Having played one of the last show at The Winchester (rip) they’re sure to bring the fire to Zephfest.

PRX5

An Astounding Aural and Visual tribute to HAWKWIND. Expect to hear incredible reditions of Silver Machine and Masters Of The Universe.


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SATURDAY 12TH • 9PM-2AM FREE ENTRY SKRRRT (OLD-SCHOOL SPECIAL) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------DJ Adam Fox (Applebum) playing old school Hip Hop bangers mixed energetically with classic R&B jams and everything that helped shape it into the dominating genre it is today. FRIDAY 18TH• 9PM-2AM FREE ENTRY TBC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------TBC SATURDAY 19TH • 9PM-2AM FREE ENTRY THE ROYAL WEDDING PEASANT DISCO ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Prince Harry and Meghan are getting married. Do we even care? Join us for the Peasant Disco - it’s nothing fancy, just a DJ playing classic wedding bangers and a disco ball. It’s what the Royals would have wanted. R.S.V.P. THURSDAY 24TH • 8:30PM-1AM FREE ENTRY WBF PRESENTS: NAOMI SCOTT (LIVE) + SUPPORT (TBC) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------The “infuriatingly talented” (Noisey) Naomi Scott has just released her new track ‘Irrelevant’, ahead of a string of live dates across the UK this spring and a performance at this year’s Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Featuring the MOBO-nominated rapper Nick Brewer, ‘Irrelevant’ is a slow-burning, soulful cut, and a declaration of independence from this rising artist. FRIDAY 25TH • 9PM-2AM FREE ENTRY FRAU DJS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------To start their mini tour, Frau will be throwing their own brand of sparkly party where it all started, before heading out to Common People Festival and Love Saves the Day. Everyone welcome, fun guaranteed. SATURDAY 26TH• 9PM-2AM FREE ENTRY DELOREAN ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Whether you’re Reeting it ‘Petite’ in the 50s, or rapping it with Biggie in the 90s, having a lil Sympathy for the Devil in ‘68, or knowing that the Only Was Is Up in ‘88, the Delorean DJs are back once again to make sure every chronological mood, emotion and party feeling is covered as they jet around the decades and tickle your ears on a Saturday night! The decks are our Flux Capacitor, the dance floor is your Delorean! (BANK HOL) SUNDAY 27TH• 9PM-2AM FREE ENTRY SUNDAY FUNDAY FT. RAMEN DJS ---------------------------------------------------------------------------Bank holiday Sunday means an extra day of FUN! So party with us until 2AM, ft The Ramen DJS.

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Dorset Music’s James Wadsworth checks out Absolute Music’s ‘learn to play day’ at Dorset’s premium music emporium Behind every music scene is the inspired individuals who create it but it begins with the mentors, teachers, music shops, and rehearsal rooms supporting them to hone their skills before they venture into recording studios and venues to show off their talent; Bournemouth is extremely lucky to have all of that under one roof, the musician’s playground that is Absolute Music and it’s linked organisations BAMM (Bournemouth Academy of Modern Music) and the AMT (Absolute Music Trust). The store has large dedicated drum, guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboard and recording equipment sections amongst others with everything imaginable to try out or purchase. Annually Absolute Music participate in the national event Learnt to Play Day which Dorset Music attended to get the scoop on all that the superstore can offer.

of musicians, technicians and teachers who were out in 100% attendance hosting workshops and advising adults and children. When speaking with staff they humbly claimed their team is from such vast walks of life that on any day you should be able to get advice on almost anything possible and on the rare occasion they do not have the answer their links with other professionals would be able to point you in the right direction. If you missed this year look out for Spring 2019’s event but until then Absolute’s 20 tutors offer free taster sessions all year round and lessons with from £15 per half-hour in bass, guitar, drums, piano, DJing and many more.

The event used the superstore’s 10 rehearsal studios which are of various sizes available to book 7 days a week; the rooms start from £35 (for medium-sized rooms) suitable for a 4/5 piece band, £45 (for the large rooms) suitable 8/9 piece band or £60 (for the Premium room) suitable for up to Walking through the door we were 60 people. Each room is kitted with a full welcomed by the friendly faces of drum kit ready to play, a bass amp, 2 guitar Absolute ready to hand us with an amps a PA and 2 mics all of professional event flyer and your senses immediately standard (check with Absolute when felt the excited atmosphere of children booking for your exact requirements). The having fun with glowing smiles their premium room includes a mixing desk and faces. Absolute have a skilled staff team stage amongst other extras. Prices quoted


are for 4 hour slots. Absolute music also have an equipment hire service ready for you to put on your own event, listing and details can be found on the website.

they do! Absolute host the Bournemouth Academy of Modern Music (BAMM) where young people aged 16 and about can study BTEC (equivalent to 3 A-levels) college courses in music performance,

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If your songs are ready for the world to hear Absolute Music Studios can either host your band for a recording session to complete the whole process, mix the tracks you have recorded elsewhere or just master your pre-mixed product. The friendly team will be happy to discuss your project tailoring it to your needs. As a guide a recording studio session is likely to cost £40 per hour and mixing can cost £80 per song. Or maybe you are the parent of a budding Justin Bieber or Dua Lipa, for £60 they can have an hour backing track recording session to produce their very only pop single perfect for a memorable birthday!

production, song writing and DJ skills. Bournemouth is lucky to have such brilliant facilities with a wealth of mentors, who knows what our next generation of musicians will be! As a thriving music community, the store believes in ‘enriching lives through music’ and in recent years they started the Absolute Music Trust (AMT) to support people who may otherwise not have been able to afford to learn to play. Some of the things the charity offers are music workshops, donating instruments, one to one lessons, grant applications of individuals and Absolute Music is more than just a shop, organisations and fundraising. it’s a community of likeminded individuals who can guide you as a newcomer or hold With all that written I think it’s time to lively debate as an experienced peer. You have a bite to eat and drink in their on-site feel like you want to be in the most badass well-stocked hot and cold food café! orchestra ever well Absolute can help you with that hosting the Bournemouth All information Guitar Orchestra which is exactly as it is correct at time says it is! This is one of the ways the 2 ‘venues’ in the complex are used as well as of publishing. Call Absolute Music hosting concerts, open mics and seminars on 01202 597180 from music legends such as former Oasis to confirm any drummer Alan White. A quick search will services link you with Absolute’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Youtube (some departments event have separate channels) where you will find regular advice, guidance and techie nerdiness! Surely they can’t offer anything more but


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PREVIEWS 21st birthday for local club scene legends

SLINKY

“It’s our Birthday… and what better way to return than on our 21st Birthday, so we are going to do what we do best, throw one hell of a party!” legendary club night Slinky celebrate 21 years of great events featuring some old time favourites including The Thrillseekers, Seb Fontaine and John Kelly! After a bit of a break from events Slinky are back with their trademark soundtrack of House, Techno and Trance alongside an Incredible visual display and brand new light show provided by Habs 2ci.

4TH MAY | HALO BOURNEMOUTH

New single launch from new local alt rockers

MARBLE TIDES

Marble Tides is an alternative band formed in Bournemouth in 2017; they will be releasing their debut single ‘another dream dies’ this May at Kyps. Support from local rockers Wolf Culture and Kings and Castles, an indie rock band also formed in early 2017, they recorded their first single “Love is the word” at The Old Blacksmiths recording studio in Portsmouth which was quickly picked up by the BBC Introducing team, who were first to play the song live on BBC Radio.

TEARS FOR FEARS

10TH MAY| MR KYPS Multi million selling British duo

One of the most beloved British bands to emerge in the post-new wave era of the early 1980s, Tears for Fears broke through as international superstars in 1985 with their album ‘Songs From The Big Chair’. Hits such as ‘Everybody Wants To Rule The World’, ‘Seeds of Love’ and ‘Mad World’ continued the group’s global domination as radio and music video hit makers. Support from Alison Moyet.

11TH MAY | THE BOURNEMOUTH BIC Riffs and fuzz galore

MONOLORD / CONJURER

12TH MAY | ANVIL ROCK BAR BRASS MONKEYS

Rock, pop and soul party band

Swedish trio Monolord have been playing their fuzzy brand of Black Sabbath / Electric Wizard influenced doom since 2013, having visited Bournemouth already in 2015, shaking The Anvil to its foundations with their massive riffs. Conjurer have also been making a name for themselves on the underground metal scene over the last few years. Hailing from the midlands they play a truly crushing rendition of sludge metal with hints of doom and black metal in the mix as well.

18TH MAY | THE FIVEWAYS

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Brass Monkeys have been wowing audiences all over the south of England since 2006, bringing their rock and soul parties to the masses most weekends. With a huge selection of songs ranging from rock hits such as U2 and Greenday, to Soul classics by Wilson Pickett and James Brown right through to modern anthems from the likes of Kaiser Chiefs, Robbie Williams and The Zutons, they are able to taylor each gig bespoke to the audience. The trademark beat of the Brass Monkeys is finished off with a 2 piece horn section .

Previews


PREVIEWS NAOMI SCOTT

Live show from soulful female lead actress

The multi talented musician and actress Naomi Scott will be heading to Bournemouth this month hot off the heels of the release of her new track ‘Irrelevant’ and ahead of a string of live dates across the UK this spring. Featuring the MOBO-nominated rapper Nick Brewer, ‘Irrelevant’ is a slow-burning, soulful cut, and a declaration of independence from this rising artist. Her acting credentials speak for themself including major roles in ‘Terra Nova’, ‘The 33’, ‘Power Rangers’ and the upcoming live action ‘Aladdin.’

24TH MAY | SIXTY MILLION POSTCARDS Long live the king

A NIGHT WITH ELVIS

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25TH MAY | CANVAS Pioneers of Ukular Fusion hometown show

Tribeca Events is proud to present ‘A Night Of Elvis’, taking place at the award-winning Canvas in Bournemouth. The highly acclaimed J.D. King is one of the most in demand Elvis impersonators and tribute shows in the world, gaining recognition from celebrities, Elvis’ family, and venues around the world, including many in Las Vegas! JD made history in 2017 as the only performer to debut as a headliner at the world’s largest tribute music festival, TRIBFEST.

Over the last 4 years the ‘Pioneers of Ukular Fusion’ have quickly risen to be among the top UK ukulele acts, performing a repertoire of songs you know played in their own unique 1920’s ukular style, performing alongside world renowned artists at the country’s largest ukulele festivals. Their eclectic mix of music genres blended with subtle comedy and a smart gentry steampunk image has also allowed them to take steps out of the ukulele scene and further into the entertainment industry. Expect something special from this intimate hometown show at one of the best bars in the area.

26TH MAY| CHAPLINS/CELLAR BAR Ultimate pop reunion

Icons of British pop, 5ive and S Club, will join force for the ‘Ultimate Pop Reunion’ Tour this May. Boasting 7 albums, 11 No.1 singles, 3 Brit Awards and countless singable choruses, coming together for a tour like no other. Bring It All Back with Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara and Tina Barrett as they take you to pop heaven with your favourite chart topping bangers such as, Reach and Don’t Stop Movin’! Scott Robinson, Ritchie Neville and Sean Conlon will be making sure you ‘Keep On Movin’’ all night long!

FIVE / S CLUB

26TH MAY | ENGINE ROOMS, SOUTHAMPTON CALAN Fiddles, guitar, accordion, bagpipes and step dancing Calan, dubbed “the new ambassadors of Welsh cool” have come a long way since busking the streets of Cardiff. They are now festival favourites, blasting their way through old reels, jugs and hornpipes and then seamlessly morphing into mellow and haunting songs. With their unique instrumental blend, not to mention the percussive sound of the Welsh clogs as they also feature a virtuoso performance from a champion step dancer.

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Gigs of the Month 4th-6th May: Teddy Rocks Festival, Charisworth Farm, Blandford https://teddyrocks.co.uk

www.rock-regeneration.co.uk EP Review ‘Snakes A Snake’ The Two Man Travelling Medicine Show Coming ‘Straight Outta Dorset’ this ramshackle bunch of dedicated musicians ‘The Two Man Travelling Medicine Show’ follow up their debut album ‘Weeding out the Wicked’, with a brand new three track EP which is a small sample of what to expect from the next album. It is out on the 6th June on Music Bear Records. The EP was recorded locally in Bournemouth at The Burrow with the capable guidance and expertise of Mathew Musial. The eight-piece band have built up an unshakeable chemistry with each of them having their own very individual parts to play. The melting pot of influences stretch far and wide with the band continuing to deliver infectious tunes that will push the very boundaries of your cranium.

piano opening before the vocals kick in, along with a lovely layered mix of instruments arranged so that they all complement each other perfectly. Mark sings the hook that repeats ‘After the Rain’ that could easily get a crowd singing along together, it could possibly be describing a typical English Summer. Things are turned right upon their head for the final tune where Alison (Jay) gets her chance to deliver some very beautiful and delicate vocals. These are sung over some gentle acoustic guitar and Brad’s neatly plucked banjo. ‘Sick & Tired’ tells the hurt and pain of a troubled relationship. The band have a long list of dates ahead of them this Summer and they will be rolling out these and other new tunes at some of the many festivals that they are due to play.

Thu 10 May 19:30: Mr Kyps, Poole : Marble Tides + Kings and Castles + Wolf Culture Fri 11 May 19:00: Sixty Million Postcards, Bournemouth : Her’s + Pizza Girl + Sad Love Fri 11 May 19:30: Bournemouth International Centre, Bournemouth : Tears for Fears + Alison Moyet Sat 12 May 19:30: Canford Heath Community Centre, Poole : Skaema + Stocks N Skins Thu 17 May 21:00: Four Horsemen, Bournemouth : Tim Somerfield(Afro Ninja) Human Jukebox Sun 20 May 20:00: Lord Nelson, Poole : The Mistakes + Sinful Maggie + Kill the Colossi + Murderers Row Sat 26 May 21:00: Thomas Tripp (Christchurch), Christchurch : Sirpico

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The opening tune ‘Snakes A Snake’ brings together a rustic mix of banjo, violin and guitars; coupled with Mark Lyons well delivered and heartfelt vocals. The tune is a raucous mix of Dorset Hoedown, Bluegrass and large amounts of contagious lyrical content that will have you away from the bar dancing at many of this Summers outdoor festivals. ‘Flood’ has a grand

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Chinners recommends I’m No Chessman - Actors (Single Release) http://www.imnochessman.com The Kut - Valley of Thorns (Album) https://www.facebook.com/thekut

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Fri 4 May 19:30: Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis : Tankus The Henge + Support Fri 4 May 21:00: Green Man, Wimborne : Matt Griffiths

If you would like to find out more about the gigs and artists mentioned in my blog please go to www.rock-regeneration.co.uk. If you would like your band or gig featured here or on the Rock Regeneration website contact me: chinners@rock-regeneration.co.uk. Each Wednesday listen to local music show “Livewire Live” between 7-9pm on 90.1 Hope FM or listen online via the TuneIn app tunein.com/radio/Hope-FM-901-s80435

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drum&bass | jungle | bassline by Harry D-Tox

‘Fundraiser with a festival feel to be held in loving memory of Gaia’

The Drum & Bass Warriors are to host a day and a night long event in celebration of Gaia’s life, at Bournemouth’s prestigious venue ‘The Old Fire Station. Rape Crisis Dorset, Missing People, The On May 19th a massive event will be held at The Old Fire Station, which aims Epilepsy Society and Sisters Uncut. to bring the local community together The two-part event will commence in loving memory of Gaia Pope. with a family oriented fun-filled day, 100% of the proceeds will be equally donated between four charities, chosen followed by an evening of music and celebration. The daytime event will feature specifically by Gaia’s family:


several attractions such as dancers, face painting, various stalls, hairdressers offering haircuts for whatever you are happy to donate, an auction of Drum Bass memorabilia and much more. Following this will be an evening of Drum Bass featuring a huge line-up including heavyweights such as Annix, Mollie Collins, Natty Dub Recordings: TI, Saxxon, Cabin Fever, Jaxx ft Regina Mikey Blitz, Box Fulla Records: D-tox Lady G, Hannibal, Whitey, Judda, Vital Majix, Gnarlston, Fabricate, D1emo, Skydro, Fluid, Hustle and a whole heap more. Check out the event page on Facebook for full info. All performers have kindly offered their services free of charge in memory of a beautiful soul. Advance tickets for the evening event (18+, valid photo ID required) have been released online.

Dorset Jungle/D&B Listings MAY 2018 4th May - iRate & Homegrown @ Boombox, Weymouth 5th May - LTJ Bukem @ Eden, Bournemouth 5th May - Block Party in Lansdowne, Bournemouth 6th May - Space Cakes & Get Satisfied @ Bmth Gardens 10th May - TGS Audio @ the Bunker, Bournemouth 11th May - Back 2 Bass;ics @ Halo, Bournemouth 17th May - Hip-Hop for Hunger @ TOFS, Bornemouth 19th May - In Memory of Gaia Pope @ TOFS 28th May - Atomic Legdrop!!! @ Riviera, Boscombe

Written by Harry D-Tox

Harry is the founder of Box Fulla Records and a well respected Jungle DJ. Previous residencies include Cocoshebeen @ Opera House and Jungle Village @ The Vibe, with current residencies including Dub Optic, Vibez and Wrec Records events.


Tue 1 Amberwood Inn Walkford Christchurch : Bernie Farrendens Jazz Tue 1 Lord Nelson Poole : Tim Somerfield(Afro Ninja) Tue 1 Thomas Tripp (Christchurch) Christchurch : Stans Blues Jam Wed 2 Lord Nelson Poole : Raising Kane Thu 3 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : Show Of Hands Thu 3 Sixty Million Postcards Bournemouth : Have you ever seen the Jane Fonda aerobic VHS?+ Support Thu 3 Zephyr Bournemouth : Vixen Eyes Fri 4 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : The Neil Diamond Story (Tribute) Fri 4 Marine Theatre Lyme Regis : Tankus The Henge + Support Fri 4 James and White Christchurch : Gentlemen Groove Fri 4 Canvas Bournemouth : Steamhouse Rock Nights present:Featuring : Foo Fighters GB (Tribute) Fri 4 Sound Circus Bournemouth : Nightwishshed (Tribute to Nightwish)+ Support Fri 4 1812 Lounge (The Royal Exeter Hotel) Bournemouth : The Dance Floor Metropolis Sat 5 Mr Kyps Poole : The Volatile Agents Sat 5 Lord Nelson Poole : Spiderpig Sat 5 Swan Inn Sturminster Newton : Tom & The Clementynes Sat 5 Swanage Conservative Club Swanage : John De Barra Sat 5 1812 Lounge (The Royal Exeter Hotel) Bournemouth : Bafaana Sat 5 Branksome Liberal Club Poole : My Generation 79 Sun 6 Lord Nelson Poole : Hugh Budden & The Blue Chords Sun 6 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : Bon Jovi Experience (Tribute to Bon Jovi) Sun 6 Chaplins Cellar Bar Boscombe : Ian Ellis and Friends Sun 6 1812 Lounge (The Royal Exeter Hotel) Bournemouth : Kingsmen Mon 7 Lord Nelson Poole : Innocent Bystander (Covers Duo)+ The Red Crow + MI3 Mon 7 Chaplins Cellar Bar Boscombe : Conrad Bars Solid Air: : Featuring : The Midnight Choir

Fri 11 Sixty Million Postcards Bournemouth : Hers+ Pizza Girl + Sad Love Fri 11 Bournemouth International Centre Bournemouth : Tears for Fears + Alison Moyet Fri 11 James and White Christchurch : Joe Boiling Sat 12 Anvil Bournemouth : Monolord + Conjurer + Thuum + Duskwood + Victus Sat 12 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : Elio Pace (Billy Joel Tribute):Featuring : David Brown Sat 12 Canford Heath Community Centre Poole : Skaema + Stocks N Skins Sat 12 Mr Kyps Poole : Dub Pistols + Support Sat 12 Lord Nelson Poole : QED Sat 12 The White Hart Tavern Weymouth : Lithium Sat 12 Drax Arms Bere Regis : Rapport Sat 12 Avon Social Club Grounds Bournemouth : Rockwaves Sun 13 Lord Nelson Poole : Mojo Sun 13 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : The Shires + Andy Brown + Sinead Burgess Tue 15 Amberwood Inn Walkford Christchurch : Bernie Farrendens Jazz Tue 15 Lord Nelson Poole : Sweet FA Thu 17 The Duke Of Cornwall Weymouth : John De Barra Thu 17 Four Horsemen Bournemouth : Tim Somerfield(Afro Ninja) Live Music Jukebox Fri 18 Anvil Bournemouth : Skeggs+ Support Fri 18 James and White Christchurch : Krista Green Fri 18 Mr Kyps Poole : Bon Giovi (Bon Jovi Tribute )+ Voodoo Vegas Fri 18 Lord Nelson Poole : The Seventynine Fri 18 The Boat House Christchurch : Tom Clements Sat 19 Shelley Theatre Bournemouth : Bournemouth Folk Club:Featuring: While and Mathews + Support Sat 19 Mr Kyps Poole : Pronghorn+ Support Sat 19 Green Man Wimborne : John De Barra

Tue 8 Anvil Bournemouth : Vulvodynia + Wormhole + Placenta Powerfist + Bound in Fear Tue 8 Ye Olde Starre Inne Christchurch : Folk and Roots Night Wed 9 Lord Nelson Poole : Darren Hodson Thu 10 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : Norman Beaker Band + Larry Garner Thu 10 Mr Kyps Poole : Marble Tides + Kings and Castles + Wolf Culture

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Sat 19 Dolphin Hotel Wincanton : Tom Clements Sun 20 Weymouth Pavillion Weymouth : The Wurzels+ Friends Sun 20 Tivoli Theatre Wimborne : Jason Donovan Sun 20 Lord Nelson Poole : The Mistakes+ Sinful Maggie + Kill the Colossi + Murderers Row Tue 22 Lord Nelson Poole : The Red Crow Wed 23 Lord Nelson Poole : Pronghorn Wed 23 ONeills Bournemouth : Drunk Education Thu 24 Sixty Million Postcards Bournemouth : Naomi Scott + Support Thu 24 Zephyr Bournemouth : The Dirty Shingles Fri 25 Blue Line Studios Bournemouth : Victory Lane+ Reckless Intentions Fri 25 Drovers Inn Wimborne : Live Music Showcase: Hosted by Dave Griffiths Fri 25 James and White Christchurch : The Goodfoot Band Fri 25 Sound Circus Bournemouth : aAnd?+ Taranis + Bloodsworn Fri 25 Ship Pub Christchurch : Mudeford Crabs Sat 26 Lighthouse Poole : Fastlove- Tribute to George Michael Sat 26 Canford Heath Community Centre Poole : Genesis Legacy (Genesis Tribute) Sat 26 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : Signed Sealed Delivered (Stevie Wonder Tribute) Sat 26 Barrington Theatre Ferndown : Ay Santana (Santana Tribute) Sat 26 Lord Nelson Poole : The Wonky Donkeys Sat 26 Thomas Tripp (Christchurch) Christchurch : Sirpico Sat 26 Grove Tavern Bournemouth : Gentlemen Groove Sat 26 The Gloucester Weymouth : The Decatonics Sun 27 16:00 Drusillas Inn Horton : Tom Clements Sun 27 Anvil Bournemouth : Jizzy Pearl+ Love/Hate + Doomsday Outlaw Sun 27 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : Thank Abba for the Music (Tribute) Sun 27 Electric Sports & Social Club Ltd Broadway Lane : Rat Race Mon 28 Bournemouth International Centre Bournemouth : Beck+ Sparks + Shame Tue 29 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : Marti Pellow (Wet Wet Wet) Tue 29 Lord Nelson Poole : Blame George Wed 30 Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth : The Little Mix Experience (Tribute) Wed 30 The Owls Nest West Parley Ferndown : Stans Blues Jam Wed 30 Lord Nelson Poole : Innocent Bystander (Covers Duo) Wed 30 Thomas Tripp (Christchurch) Christchurch : Phil Dewhurst (Jinder)

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May 2018

Tues 1 Carl’s Comedy Club with DORSET SUNSHINE Chris Chopping and support from Drew CIDER Taylor, Nathan Eagle and Alex Perkes Wed 2 Open Mic Night Thu 3 An official Arts Fringe event --- an evening with Me & The Creepers + Glow Globes + John Holmes Fri 4 Ratrace + Dj till late Sat 5 Shindig with Rough Chowder + Dj till late Sun 6 Jazz on Sunday with Ian Ellis and Friends Sun 6 Bank Holiday DJ in The Cellar Bar from 10pm Mon 7 May Day - BEAF Doppleganger Theatre: times and details tba plus BEAF’s Closing Party with The Midnight Choir - £3 entry Tue 8 Word Makers hosted by Myriam San Marco Wed 9 Open Mic Night Thu 10 Bandstand - Bob Hillary and the Massive Yellow from Glastonbury + Panda-monium Duo Fri 11 Hugh Budden & The Blue Chords + Dj till late Sat 12 C30s + Mudskipper ex Central Intelligence Agency + Dj till late Sun 13 Folk on Sunday with The Fox & The Owl & Friends

Pint of Science 7.30-9.30 in the Cellar Bar this week Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday - details: pintofscience.com

Mon 14 Tue 15 Wed 16 Thu 17 Fri 18 Sat 19 Sun 20 Mon 21 Tue 22 Wed 23 Thu 24 Fri 25 Sat 26 Sun 27 Sun 27 Mon 28

Tue 29 Wed 30 Thu 31

Solid Air: Kaia’s Farewell with Si Genaro Fiona Fox in Chaplins Open Mic Night in Chaplins Rubber Soul - Los Chords + Jamarca Mischa & His Merry Men + Dj till late The Great Malarkey (Gypsy Punk) + MeMe Detroit + Dj Jazz on Sunday Solid Air - Colour Fest Warm-Up with The Dan Tofangsazan Band + Wendy Jane + Rujiero Acoustic Tuesday - Sophie Chandler & Ben Pocza in Chaplins Open Mic Night Rubber Soul Monster Logic + Street Light Sands Good Friday: Jack Vallier on his UK Tour + Dj till late Mother Ukers + Dj till late Jazz on Sunday with FB Pocket Orchestra Bank Holiday DJ - The Cellar Bar - 10pm Cellar Bar‘s Forbidden Planet - Bank Holiday Special with Battle of Boscombe Random Loop Generator - aka Bands Competition Tue 15 - Heat 1 of 3: Garry Baxter + Tommy Edwards (Bristol) Tue 22 - Heat 2: Acoustic Tuesday in Chaplins Tue 29 - Heat 3 Open Mic Extravaganza in the Cellar Bar Final June 21 - Thursday Folk Comedy with Polly Morris

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Dorset Music Mag May 2018  

This month we chat to Zephyr main man Gordon Kimber ahead of their big first birthday party, Zephfest, as well as taking a look at the massi...

Dorset Music Mag May 2018  

This month we chat to Zephyr main man Gordon Kimber ahead of their big first birthday party, Zephfest, as well as taking a look at the massi...

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