The List presents
The Red Rose Club

Due to popular demand Burns&Beyond are now offering you the option to attend individual Culture Trail performances for a limited £11 ticket.

Tickets holders are invited to join the rest of the Culture Trail on the night of the 26th by upgrading their tickets at any participating venue to a full Culture Trail wristband for £15. This upgrade will allow you entry into all Culture Trail venues across the city, subject to availability.

Featuring:

Nightwave (Maya Medvesek)

Sofay (Sophie Reilly)

Ribeka (Becky Marshall)

The Honey Farm

 

About

A night of electronic music and DJs, selected by The List!

Nightwave

Maya Medvesek, better known as Nightwave, has carved a reputation around the UK and beyond for her forward-thinking sets and dynamic execution of everything from footwork to techno. The Glasgow-based DJ is also a vocal advocate for gender equality in the music industry, regularly hosting programming and DJ skills workshops for girls as young as eight. She also co-runs Producergirls, a free music production workshop for women, all over the UK and recently toured India as a part of British Council’s Women In Electronic Music initiative.

Sofay

A regular at Glasgow’s La Cheetah and Edinburgh’s Sneaky Pete’s, Sofay (aka Sophie Reilly) has continued her upward trajectory in 2018, DJing at London’s Corsica Studios with Palms Trax, playing Berlin and Copenhagen, supporting SOPHIE as part of the Edinburgh International Festival and contributing a guest mix to Livity Sound’s NTS Radio slot.

Ribeka

Described as ‘one of the most hard-working young figures in Scottish electronic music’, Ribeka (aka Becky Marshall) is a freelance producer (including for the dance element of the Rip it Up exhibition) and an A&R for Mute Records. As Ribeka, DJ and co-founder of Glasgow’s So Low night, her reputation is on the rise.

The Honey Farm

With the release of their debut mini-album Welcome to the Honey Farm, this Dunbar rap trio continued to fiercely knock holes in the masculine front of the genre with tracks which call out douchebro behaviour, fight back against gender stereotyping and promote body positivity.

Venue: The Caves
Dates: 26 January 2019
Times: Starting from 6pm

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