The Brighton & Hove News Music Team have been informed that The slaughterhouse group will embark on their nine-date UK tour starting tomorrow (Friday 1 October 2021) here in Brighton with the intriguing name Place of the Water Bear.
This is a new place name for us so we just had to investigate further. It turns out that the place is located at the water’s edge of course! It can be found at Kings Road Arches, 169-170, Brighton, BN1 1NB.
The event was organized by Acid box promotions who also retained the services of the Club top left which presents members of SKINNY MILK and Young Francis Hi Fi.
Discover the Top Left Club album ‘Shoulders at 90’ on their Bandcamp page HERE.
The slaughterhouse group are on tour to promote their first single “I hate TV”, they released on high quality 7 inch 40 gram black vinyl with the B side “Green bean bubble”. The tracks are also available on Spotify.
Tickets can be purchased for this Brighton concert HERE as well as your usual ticket supplier.
It turns out that the WaterBear Venue is the official venue for Water Bear College (WaterBear Education Ltd, Hanover House, 118 Queens Road, Brighton BN1 3XG) and today with Tool room files they launched a BA (Hons) course. This is the world’s first degree program delivered by a record label.
Toolroom has partnered with WaterBear, the UK’s fastest growing music university, to offer a full undergraduate degree in electronic music. The BA (Hons) Electronic Music and Business (Toolroom Academy) is the first diploma in the world awarded alongside a label.
The program will include production modules designed by the label’s educational arm, the Toolroom Academy. Students will also benefit from many opportunities for work experience within the label and get to work on real music marketing campaigns.
The arrival of Toolroom in the ES cements the brand’s innovation within the educational space. Having established the Academy in 2015 with a series of production tutorials from their key artists, their course portfolio has expanded with a range of innovative online mentoring programs, as well as global educational events and renowned production tools. .
Student hits include label star Maxinne, who recently released her debut album on Toolroom and is embarking on a North American tour this fall. Former students have also seen signings like Spinnin, El Row, Glasgow Underground, CR2, Dim Mak and many more.
WaterBear The College of Music represents a new approach to higher education. Based in the heart of Brighton, they offer a range of music and masters courses, both onsite and online, designed for today’s musicians. WaterBear is one of the fastest growing music colleges in the UK, quickly becoming the world leaders in onsite, online and blended learning for musicians. Their BA (Hons) and Masters courses are internationally recognized and approved by Falmouth University.
âWe are extremely excited to partner with WaterBear, who shares our mission to innovate in music education and create unique experiences for students. This degree program will be the most forward-thinking option for those seeking a career in electronic music. – Miles Shackleton, Director (Tool Room).
“ We are thrilled to be working with Toolroom Records, a brand we respect as a global innovation leader in the electronic music industry. It is a unique partnership and the first of its kind, with a particular focus on learning within the electronic music industry. WaterBear and Toolroom are both deeply committed to making a real difference for the artists, producers and DJs of tomorrow â – Bruce Dickinson – (Founder).
The BA (Hons) Electronic Music & Business (Toolroom Academy) starts in January 2022 for online students and in September 2022 at the WaterBear campus in Brighton.
More info here: https://waterbear.org.uk/electronic-music-degree-toolroom/