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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Wiyathi Halloween Gig!

Date: Saturday, 3rd November
Time: 1pm
Place: Trackers (opposite Yaya Centre)
Bands:1. Last Years Tragedy
2. Navarone.
3. Ueta
4. Bloodshed.
5. Seismic
7. Murphy's Flaw

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Cancellation: Afro-punk screening

Due to some technical difficulties, the Afro-punk screening is cancelled until further notice.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Afro-Punk screening

Problem: lack of venue and projector/screen Solution: Have the film fest in an internet cafe!

On the fourth floor of Norwich Union House (opposite the Hilton hotel) there is an internet cafe that has 74 computers. This is where I have decided to screen Afro-punk. (I wish I got this idea one year ago. Would have saved me a whole lot of stress, time and money!)

They charge 1 shilling per minute. Afro-punk is about 66 minutes so anyone who is interested in watching the documentary will be required to pay 60 bob for the use of a computer.

I plan to screen Afro-punk on the 21st of October (Sunday at 3pm, Norwich Union House (opposite Hilton hotel), fourth floor. You will be required to pay 60 bob for the use of a computer.

There are only 70 computers available.Anyone who wishes to come watch the documentary should send an email to Put "Afro-punk" as the subject. In the body of the email, write how many people you intend to bring along. If you're coming alone, write "none".

For more information about Afro-Punk check out For more information about the venue check out

Monday, October 8, 2007

Review: Murfy's flaw gig (from back to front:-)

10. We all huddle together. Waiting for the sun to come out again.:-(
9. Navarone is forced off stage. By the rain.
8. Navarone comes on stage. I won't try to describe how they played because no words can do them justice. You had to be there. All I can say is that Navarone renewed my faith in the Kenyan rock scene. Hearing and seeing them play reminded me why I put up with all the nonsense in this scene. By the way, NAVARONE'S DRUMMER FOR PRESIDENT!:- )

Read the rest of the review here. And here are photos of the gig

Monday, October 1, 2007

Murfy's fLaW October 6th Gig

Jozie posted this on Kenya Rocks:

You're all invited (begged to come) to Murfy's fLaW gig on Saturday 6th October at The GoDown Arts Centre from 2pm to 6pm.

The format is pretty simple. There are two bands playing, Murfy's fLaW and M20, AND there's going to be an open mic session, so if anyone else is interested in playing a couple of songs, please feel free to sign up.

Entrance is FREE, so come, buy some drinks, sit in the sun and enjoy yourselves.