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Diary Archive 2013

January 2013


Saturday 5th Jan.

Cafe Open from noon


Sunday 6th

Members' Meeting

Because that's how it works in The People's Utopia



Thursday 10th

1in12 Library Night from 8.00




Library Collective Meeting

Saturday 12th Jan

Cafe Open from noon



Saturday 12th Jan

Soundclub - audio training and practical activities, from 10.30. Free.

This month: audio room analysis using SMAART.








Anarchist Prisoner Art Launch Lunch

Sat 12/01/13 - thurs 31/01/13  12-4pm

“In attempting to see into the darkest corners of the states activities,
we are privileged to have the spotlight provided by prison artists…
Struggling to obtain their bare tools for creativity they tower above their
captivity to reveal their unique perspective – I hope that their art
invites you to think – and be moved to ACT.”

The 1 in 12 Club is proud to host the Anarchist Black Cross UK Art Tour,
featuring works by seven current and past people detained for their beliefs
and actions. Over 30 pieces and poetry will be on show, and profiles of the
artists highlighting their ongoing struggles.

On Saturday the 12th we will be having a Gallery Launch Lunch raising
funds for the solidarity work of the prisoner solidarity group ABC. More
details of the tour are available here:

The gallery will be open for view every Saturday in January or on request.
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Group viewings welcome

Sunday 13th Jan

Members' Meeting.

Because with great powerlessness comes a shitload of irresponsibilty


Friday 18th Jan

Wobblies Social w/ Nedd Ludd Soundsystem and bring & share food.

Meet members of Bradford's newest radical trade union and sing some Wobblies songs.





Saturday 19th Jan


the first one was pretty successful so it's back and aiming to be bigger and better!

20130119Main Room feat:

NAI HARVEST (Sheffield)
Noodle Rockers

Melancholic Punk Pretty Boys

BAYONE (Sheffield)
Twiddly Punk Twosome

Gloomy Punk Trio

ASHFORD (Manchester/Huddersfield)
Moody Grunge Rock

OPIE DEINO (Leeds/Nottingham)
Female Fronted Pop Punk

Southern Pop Punk Lads

Summer Lovin' Jams

Trippy Prog Dream Music

LOST GROUND (Bradford)
Heavy Mathy Skramz

Ballsy Hardcore Mate

Acoustic Room feat:




GERRARD BELL-FIFE (Bradford/Nottingham)




LUCA (Edinburgh/Sheffield)


JACK WINN (Bradford)

Guests: £3 before 6pm £4 after
Members: £3 all day

£3/4 for 22 acts? that's surely a bargain right?


Saturday 19th Jan

Cafe open from noon




Sunday 20th

Members' meeting. Participate or stand on the sidelines and mock. Up to you.

Monday 21st January


Banish those Monday Blues and come join other like-minded feminists for an evening social.

We've not yet worked out all of the ins and outs, but we're sure everything will work itself out on the night.

This is an informal-formal, a chance for feminists from around Bradford to come together, meet other feminists, and have to chance to discuss what feministy type things they would like to see happening in Bradford in the future.

The key word for this gathering is 'feminist' so it doesn't matter at which point on the gender spectrum / continuum you, or others, would place yourself.  If the attendees feel the need there will be plenty of space so that short discussions or whatever can take place in gender separated groups.

Feel free to bring snacks, biscuits or cakes if that's your bag - otherwise bring jalapeno hoummus and crisps :D


Location : 1in12 Club (likely the library due to its proximity to a kettle and comfy sofas)
Contact : Email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with any questions, queries, suggestions or the like.

Thursday 24th

1in12 Library Night from 8.00



Saturday 26th January

Cafe open from noon


Saturday 26th January

Cafe open from noon

DIY or Die! #4 Acoustic Sessions


DIY or Die returns, this time with five excellent acoustic acts for you in the 1in12 Library.

Please note the afternoon start and finish times! £3 members, £4 guests.

With music from:

Jasmine Kennedy Introspective, contemplative singer/songwriter armed with a voice to stop you in your tracks. / Louise Distras Folk punk protest songs from someone who is rightfully angry with good reason. / Elly Kingdon Songs about feminism, The Muppets, public transport, Stoke on Trent and more, played on the baritone ukelele. / Mike Chater Bluesy, folky guitar. / The Stringfellows Ukelele and guitar trio playing covers from Ingrid Michaelson to Johnny Cash, with a few similar artists in between.

The cafe will be open with the now legendary 1in12 burger and chips, plus other lunch items and tea & cake.

The DIY or Die zine distro will also be here!

This event is all ages (although children will need to be accompanied, as there is no 1in12 creche).

Saturday 26th January


ft. Geronimo

Dr Huxtable (AXIS Sound System)

The Hustler


9pm - 3am

February 2013

Saturday 2nd February

Cafe Open from noon





Sunday 3rd February


8.00 for 8.15 start.

Finance, correspondence, and bleak unending despair.


Thursday 7th

1in12 Library

Cataloguing Frenzy - open all day for a serious bout of indexing and facing up.

Snacks from 8.30!



Saturday 9th February

Cafe Open from noon


Fried Mushroom Cheesey Quesadillas (tortilla things), Salsa & Chips, Classic 1in12 Burgers* and Caramel Shortcake.

*All vegan, no horseing around.


Saturday 9th February

Soundclub from 10.30

Audio skillshare/training for the unemployed, unemployable, losers, youth, misfits, Joe Meek-a-likes and budding Phil Spectors.


Blog / FB / Twitter: @SoundClubOrg


Saturday 9th February

Popsy Promotions Party Time Presents

Death Shanties Free Jazz group combining references to Medieval music, Sea Shanties and Field Hollars... devotional images, food stuffs, hair and projections. Featuring Alex Nielson out of Trembling Bells and that. Richard Dawson From Newcastle. UKs greatest singer songwriter returns to his second home, Bradford, to perform his unique brand of tear-jerking, jaw dropping non-revisionist folk. L'Oeillere from France. Barabaric classical guitar. The Sassys
From London. Classic rock and roll covers by Bo Diddley and more, featuring Giles out of Kill Yourself and stuff.

+ Tibetan food in the cafe available from 7pm
+ Cocktails
+ DJs till late!

At the 1 and only 1 and 12 Club, Albion St, Bradford. For members and their guests. £4 in.




Saturday 16th Feb

Cafe Open from noon


Sunday 17th February

Members' Meeting

Thursday 21st Feb

Library Night/Feminist Reading Group

"Born in Flames"

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Friday 22nd Feb

Beyond Pink (Swe) / Nu Pagodi / Etai Keshiki / Executive Legs


BEYOND PINK Raging all-female hardcore from Malmö, Sweden / NU POGODI!
3 loud and shouty girls from the North / ETAI KESHIKI / No-wave feminist/anarcho noise from Leeds / EXECUTIVE LEGS / Leeds based colourful quintet mix keyboard beats with frantic vocals to create songs about dinosaurs - awesome


Saturday 23rd February

Cafe Open from noon  - Freedom Press fundraiser


Saturday 23rd February

Band Of Hope Union - a new Leeds - based band, come to Bradford for their first gig - by turns swooning and hard edged cinematic instrumentals


Sunday 24th February

Freedom Press benefit meal

rescheduled to 15/03




March 2013

Friday 1st March

1in12Droids present all-day maintenance fest.

Bring your own rubber gloves and kneed-pads.

10.00 - 2.00 or until the last person gives up.

Continues Saturday.

Saturday 2nd March

Cafe Open from noon



Saturday 2nd March


Free Entry, Donations OTD to S.O.P.H.I.E

Over 2 stages, Featuring

Battery Humans
- Brutal Hardcore and D.I.Y punk from the North east uk , protest to the max .

Eastfield – Urban rail punk

In Evil Hour
- a volatile hardcore-inspired collision between punk rock and politics driven by a disdain for the apathy and ignorance that pervades modern culture.

Flat Back Four are a punk band from Lancashire in England. They play fast, aggressive songs that combine punk and metal influences, with plenty of melody and sing-along hooks. Life, death, hope and fear are staple themes, with football, drinking and international friendship never far from the surface.

Lowlife UK - Black Flag meets Black Lace hardcore WMC punk. Abusing the public and themselves since 1995.

Paper Town
– acoustic folk punk,, recently supported Subhumans in Manchester

The King Crows - Leeds's scuzziest sleaze-punk-n-roll maniacs! Fast, furious, filthy, fun!!

The Senton Bombs - "Swaggering punk cum rock here with a melodic mix of adrenalin rush guitar, thumping drums and turbo bass that is thoroughly infected with snarl 'n' sneer

The Vox Dolomites – punk super group with a ska twist featuring members of One Man Stand, The Leif Ericsson, Stay Clean Jolene, The Bullet Kings and Spiteful Way.

4 Past Midnight
- one of the most innovative and ground breaking punk bands to come out of the Scottish scene, with their much loved sing a long styled punk rock anthems

What a Riot
From Burnley, Formed in 2011 after Watty had written loads of material and decided its time to get another band together,all members have been in bands for years such as : Cocktail Mentality,The Lynch,Rebellion,Call to Arms and quite a few more. Currently working on getting stuff recorded and gigs. All original songs, proud to be different!

Lost Soul
Lost Soul, Wayne's acoustic alter-ego, is quite a different story to his regular punk rock influences. His songs weave together elements of blues, country, folk, punk and rock n roll to create something entirely new and unique but with melodies that will stay in your head for years to come.

Der Wunderlich Revue - is a brand new, old-fashioned cabaret troupe in the finest tradition. They do sleazy, classy, brassy, mainly-male burlesque / cabaret.

Plus punk poetry from Cayn ‘Mighty’ White and Luke ‘it’s my birthday’ Hoggarth


Sunday 3rd March

Members' meeting 8.00

finance / members / strategy / bookings / from repairs to where?

Thursday 7th March

1in12 Library Collective presents:

Cataloguing Frenzy #2

(8.45pm start due to another exciting event elsewhere. But feel free to come earlier if you want to just look at books etc.)

May collapse into drink and socialising at about 9.15

Friday 8th / Saturday 9th March

Equalfest #3


WHO: Bands with at least one female member.

WHEN: 8th-10th March 2013.

WHERE: 1in12 club Bradford, England

WHY: Benefit for womens rights group.

Confirmed bands:

Amorous Dialogues
(Sheffield) / Cloud Rat (USA) / Finisterre (Germany) / I Like Bugs (London) / Landverraad (Holland) / Lich (Down South) / Salem Rages (Liverpool) / Svetlanas (Italy) / Winds of Genocide (Durham, Newcastle)

EQUAL fest is a DIY benefit festival for women’s rights groups (the next benefit is going to be for Pussy Riot) and the bands are playing for free or traveling expenses. EQUAL fest supports woman’s involvement in the political music scene and would like to inspire more females to get involved. That’s why all the bands that are playing have at least one non male gender member.

EQUAL fest supports gender, racial, social, generational, cultural etc. equality and opposes any forms of oppression, inequality and discrimination. This event is happening at the 1 in12 club in Bradford, a members owned and run social centre based on anarchist principals, self-management, co-operation & mutual aid.

Friday 15th March


Saturday 16th March

Cafe open from noon

Sunday 17th March

Members' Meeting - 8.00 for 8.15

Drama, scandal, and the serious risk of an actual quorum.

Thursday 21st March

1in12 Library Collective/Feminist Reading Group: Ursula K LeGuin - The Disposessed

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Friday 22nd March


DiY or Die #6

Bands & disco

Hooker / Pifco / Super Luxury



Saturday 23rd March

Cafe open from noon



Saturday 23rd March

SoundClub #5

sc20130323_300pxMore of that self-directed enquiry into the workings of sound, both generally and within the specific context of the 1in12 Club, with competitive solder-offs, a look at multi-speaker installations (and the implications of phase, and impedance on that) and possibly a dip into recording techniques (as distinct from our usual emphasis on live music).

All welcome, no charge.

Blog / FB / Twitter: @SoundClubOrg

Saturday 23rd March




Release show for the re-issue of the Voorhees EP 'Violent' marking it's twenty year anniversary.

MOB RULES - Intelligent Hardcore SST style offerings. / SECTARIAN VIOLENCE -
Pummeling straight edge Hardcore from everywhere ever. Members of Coe Bust, Stay Hungry, Never Again and every band ever... LP release show. / NO - Punk from the big smoke. / DISGUISE (IRE) - Irish Punk like Destino Final via Japan. / PERSPEX FLESH - Outsider hardcore. / WRONG DECISION (BEL) - Belgian nods towards UK82 sounds. / THE FLEX - Leeds via Liverpool Hardcore, record release show for Scum on the run 7" / OBSTRUCT - Northern straight edge mongrels. / STUCK IN A RUT
Playing that Old Tyme Hardcore.


This is a benefit show for the 1in12 Club, and after paying all the bands all proceeds will go towards the Club.

Tickets available soon.



Members' Meeting





April 2013

Thursday April 4th

Library Night - Cataloguing Frenzy #3

We never stop

Friday April 5th

This Obscene Baby Auction presents:

Cath and Phil Tyler

Newcastle folk duo make a long-awaited appearance in Bradford. Legends in their hometown Cath and Phil play Anglo-American folk music using guitar, banjo, voice and fiddle. Coming together musically through a shared love of traditional narrative song, full voiced sacred harp singing and sparse mountain banjo, they have performed on stages as diverse as the Royal Opera House in London and a dank tower in the old city walls of Newcastle.


Stephanie Hladowski and C. Joynes

Last year Bradford’s most stunning voice Stephanie Hladowski and Cambridge-based guitarist C. Joynes teamed up to make an album of traditional folk songs for Bo’Weavil recordings called The Wild Wild Berry. This gig will see them performing songs from the fast-becoming classic described on Boomkat as ‘superb and timeless’ and a record that has drawn attention to Steph as ‘folk singer of the year’.


In the café of the 1 in 12 Club, Albion St, Bradford. 8pm. For members and their guests £5/£4 members/guests.


Saturday April 6th

Cafe Open from noon

Cycling Power workshop in Library

Apache Hi-Fi on the gig floor

Sunday April 7th



August 2013

Sunday 11th August

A double bill of cultural events in the library/cafe:

1- 3pm - A talk about The Workers Initiative, a radical union from Poland. With accompanying film.


3.30pm - A 1in12 first - A screening of Arminia Bielefeld v. St. Pauli from the Yorkshire St.Pauli supporters


Sunday 4th August

Bar opens 7pm

Members Meeting 8pm

Sunday 4th August

Bar opens 7pm

Members Meeting 8pm

Saturday 3rd August

Cafe from midday


Thursday 15th August

Bar Collective Meeting

8pm for an 8.30ish start

Any member can apply to join the bar collective and be part of the awesome team that helps to keep the club functioning.  Come along to a meeting to find out more!

Bar will be open from 7pm as usual

Friday 16th August - Wednesday 21st August

No Dash For Gas Action Camp

Ok, so technically this *isn't* happening at the club, but several of our intrepid cafe volunteers will be high-tailing it to West Sussex to provide food and facilities for the campers.

Check out the website for further details


Thursday 29th August

Blackbird Raum + support


Blackbird Raum formed out of the nucleus of a squatter community living in abandoned buildings and greenbelt treehouses in Santa Cruz, CA, in the early 2000′s. Finding themselves living without electricity, they began to learn to play folk instruments from each other and other members of the traveling punk/folk culture. They all grew up playing in anarcho-punk, indie and ska bands and then, knowing next to nothing about traditional music, slowly gathered together the skills to create a new genre of music, based somewhere right in the middle of punk and folk.

Refusing the retro cliches of many of their contemporaries, they write entirely original music (in both senses of the word) that is reflective of the world they live in: a realm of abusive police, ecological devastation, creeping ambiguity and vague fear, but also a strong sense of community and a deep love of a natural world constantly on the verge of collapse. They jump back and forth between extremely fast metal-influenced jug band dance numbers and quasi-medieval chant-and-drone while doing herky-jerky hardcore-influenced time signature gymnastics. They toured the country in a tiny truck, playing mainstream folk festivals, punk houses, squats and all ages clubs. When they aren’t touring, they play various American and European traditional music, hang out in the woods, raise children and read a lot of library books.

Friday 30th August

PsycheGaelic Ceilidh

Awry + Wilful Missing + DownReno (formerly Broken Hearts Club Band)

Edinburgh's Awry bring their psychedelic ceilidh back to Bradford with support from Wilful Missing and DownReno (formerly Broken Hearts Club Band).
No advance tickets, just pay on the door. £3 for club members / £4 for non-members. A bargain at twice the price.


Saturday August 31st

Away With Words presents: THE FINAL WORD

8pm The 1in12 Library

Oh man, Away With Words is at its end, so let us say 'Tara!' with a reet proper Bradford send off!

This special edition poetry night will surround us in the words of the famous 1-in-12 Club Library, where we'll be joined by some fine Yorkshire poets and bards to talk us through the night.

To see the night off good and proper, we'll also be joined by DJ Callan who will be spinning everything from Hip-Hop classics to Shangaan Electro, so may we dance!

This Bradford, is a Word Party!

Donations can be made on the door, to support our usual charity stories4change...

We will open the mic up for a short while, welcoming artists to chat two poems/stories each. If you would like a slot, please let me know in advance!


Saturday 21st September

Emily's Leaving Do

Regular bar-lovely Emily is heading off to Indonesia for a year... and is going to miss an awful lot of your faces as well as the good old 1in12 club and doing some ridiculous dancing. She'd like to incorporate all of these things into one jolly good evening and hope you'll join her to make it a good 'un.

Bradfords finest Illusory Centre, playing you some dreamy alternative rock for you to groove on to.
http:// illusorycentre.bandcamp.com /

Michael Thomas Chater and band bringing you some toe tapping music with blues, rock, pop, ska and reggae vibes.
https://www.facebook.com/ michaelthomaschater

The wonderful Gerrard Bell-Fife bringing you some mesmerising mellow music for you to all be in awe at.
http:// gerrardbell-fife.bandcamp.c om/album/devil-folk

Wrong Side of The Pennines, who incase you didn't know is Me and Tess playing you a mixture of acoustic covers and original songs played on a guitar and a uke.
https://www.facebook.com/ WrongSideOfThePennines?fref =ts

Once bands have finished some CLASSIC tunes will be played by the one, the only, DJ MLE!

All members and their guests are welcome at this event

£4 Guests / £3 Members



21st - 22nd September

Saltaire Festival

The intrepid bar collective will be heading out to the green space that is Robert's Park to provide refreshments for the thirsty revellers at this year's Saltiare Festival.


Bar Road Trip - Woop!

(picture taken when 1in12 provided the bar for Pride in Centenary Square)

Thursday 26th September

Bar Collective Meeting 8.30pm

Interested in how the bar is run collectively? Want to join the collective? This meeting would be the place to find out more.

Saturday 28th September

7pm Soundshack

Pop into the club and check out the flyer for further details as we don't yet have a digital copy of all the information.  It's a good excuse for a pint ;)


Saturday 5th October

Punk All-Dayer - Antifascist Benefit Gig

2pm start

Punk all dayer anti fascist benefit gig at the 1 in 12 club Bradford on the 5th October, great line up should be a great day so please do your best to support this one.

Red Alert
www.facebook.com/ redalertsunderland/events
Hailing from Sunderland, England, Oi! punk band Red Alert recorded one album for the No Future label in 1983, We've Got the Power. When the label went bankrupt, Red Alert became a ship with no harbor, and eventually disbanded when satisfactory arrangements could not be made with another label. However, the band re-formed and began recording again in 1990; in 1992, the rhythm section of Keith "Stix" Warrington on drums (Cockney Rejects, Angelic Upstarts) and Gaz Stoker on bass (London Red) signed on for the album Blood, Sweat 'n' Beers. Other albums from the band's comeback include Breaking All the Rules, recorded for Dojo.
Doing it our way! Still carrying the same ideals n morals to this day. Fighting racism n fascism since day one! Always a people's band.Thanx to all our friends for the support thru the years! And of course our enemies around the world for inspiration and motivation...34 years and we're just gettin' started - here's to the next 34!!

Loud Mouth
Loudmouth are a four piece punk rock band formed in Sunderland Tyne & wear in the United Kingdom.
Loudmouth have played with the likes of Red Alert, TV Smith, The Damned and UK Subs many times and in April 2003 played an all day punk festival at the Manor Quay, Sunderland featuring those bands as well as Dead Kennedys & Vice Squad. Many other great bands have had Loudmouth entertaining their audiences, including, Glen Matlock, 999, Lurkers, Menace, Vibrators, Generators, Angelic Upstarts, Total Chaos, Red London, Cockney Rejects, The Grit and Anti Nowhere League. All performances received rave reviews and a strong fan base.
In 2006 Loudmouth toured Europe with Red Alert, playing Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and also embarked on a mini-tour of Scotland, starting with a gig supporting Rancid at Studio 24 in Edinburgh, then moving to Ex-cathedrapunk Glasgow and ending in Aberdeen.
The band has now set a high standard of performance and aim to tour America and record an album next year.
Check out the Loudmouth website www.loudmouthbaby.co.uk for more free Mp3’s, Gig Dates, Merch, Photo’s and a whole load more!

Lowlife UK
https://www.facebook.com/ pages/Lowlife-UK/ 31575187819
Black Flag meets Black Lace hardcore WMC punk. Abusing the public and themselves since 1995.

Total Bloody Chaos
https://www.facebook.com/ pages/TOTAL-BLOODY-CHAOS/ 70805786651
NO FRILLS, PUNK AS IT SHOULD BE, MAKING A FUCKING NOISE. And the lead singer’s even uglier than Beaker!!!

An Anarcho Punk band from London. Formed in 2012 from the ashes of various other bands.
We've played a few gigs so far and have quite a few lined up for the rest of the year.
We're not in it for the money or fame, but for the love of punk and we've got quite a lot to say on various issues we feel strongly about as well!

No Decorum
https://www.facebook.com/ pages/No-Decorum/ 212457085436691
Not so long ago, in a galaxy not really that far away, there were four 'musicians', or whatever else you can call them, were in possession of a bass, a guitar, a kit, some lips, and enough skill to write a few songs decided to form a band. And so Joey, Adam, K8 and Joel set out to make some articulated rythmic noise. What they will achieve has yet to be seen. However, I declare that those collectively known as NO DECORUM have absolutely no mandate to kick your arse but consider it their perogative to do so anyway.
Any racists, homophobes, Xenophobes and arseholes can jog on. Boozers and nutters welcome!

Andy Carrington
https://www.facebook.com/ andy.carrington
Specialising primarily in prosaic poetry, with recurring themes such as sexual obsession, illness and the act of writing, Carrington has more recently developed a following (left-wingers and far-righters alike) for his outspoken anti-fascist sentiments, including human rights, class struggle and pro-immigration. To date, he has published numerous digital books and four collections of poetry independently -- one of which was declared "a damn-good read" by DJ Lord, from the legendary Hip-Hop group Public Enemy.

Paul Carter
https://www.facebook.com/ paul.carter.5477
(Review from Sugar Buzz!!??)
If there is such a thing as unorthodoxed punk, folk punk is it. Paul Carter challenges the punk world with his own DIY all-the-way approach and unplugged. sound. With a brief stint with Avoid and later made his first solo appearance in 1998 at the annual Derby Punx Picnic (UK) and has been impressively supporting other bands such as The UK Subs, TV Smith, 3CR and even the American punk band, Leftover Crack. He has also performed in the past 4 years at The Hits/Wasted Festival in the UK. Not as ugly as Bar Bowen

Bar Bowen
https://www.facebook.com/ james.b.bowen.9/about
Political singer-songwriter playing original folk-punk tunes on his acoustic guitar. toured all over UK, Europe, NZ and done some gigs in Boston, USA, as well as numerous punkrock and other festivals. music is in a protest singer-songwriter style, with influences from folk, punk, ska, pop and bluegrass,. influences range from Billy Bragg, Stiff Little Fingers and Buddy Holly to the greats of political folk (Dick Gaughan, Christy Moore, Robb Johnson) won the Raise Your Banners Festival of Political Song songwriting competition in 2009 (with Never Never Land gigged with such luminaries as Attila the Stockbroker, Robb Johnson, The Men They Couldn't Hang, Oi! Polloi and Miss Quincy. Another ugly fooker!

Sunday 6th October

Monthly Members Meeting 8.30pm

Come along to the Members Bar, have a drink and chat about how the club is running, what events are looming on the horizon, and what problems we can collectively solve together.

Thursday 10th October

Monthly Staff & Finance Meeting 8pm

All members are welcome to the Staff and Finance meeting where, surprisingly, issues relating to Staff and Finance at the club are discussed

Friday 11th October

Black Star Dub Collective, The Sporadics, RUFUS

Manchester Reggae Upsetters BLACK STAR DUB COLLECTIVE join Anarcho Ska favourites THE SPORADICS and RUFUS (G.O.D. collective) playing a live dub set at The 1in12 Club in Bratfud on October 11th!

More info and noises from the bands at:

Black Star Dub Collective: http:// www.blackstardubcollective. co.uk/
The Sporadics: http:// thesporadics.fourfour.com/
Rufus!: https://soundcloud.com/ rufus123

£5 Members / £6 Guests

Saturday 12th October

Pearl Jammer

Ten Tour - Revisited


Friday 18th October & Saturday 19th October

Means To An End #9

DIY Hardcore Punk Fest held annually at the 1in12 Club, Bradford and Wharf Chambers, Leeds.

18th, 19th & 20th October 2013
Friday and Saturday at the 1in12Club, Bradford,
Sunday at Wharf Chambers, Leeds




Saturday 22nd  February 2014

1in12 Benefit Gig in memory of Protag

In memory of Protag

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Punk/Trip-hop/D&B from good old Bradford. this is one band you have to see.

Too Many Cats
Stripped back chilled out versions of old great diplomats songs,
w/ special guests :O

Blues rock band with a touch of funk.

http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=XhA9J79w-OA

Gerrard Bell-Fife
"Songs of heartbreak and tales of trying to find your way through the world in difficult and confusing times are delivered with a poetic lyricism that manages to be touching and familiar without falling into cliché or sentimentality." Nicked this quote from andy abbott of that fucking tank fame, but only because he really knows what he's talking about

http:// gerrardbell-fife.bandcamp.c om/album/ seeing-in-the-dark-demo

http://www.youtube.com/ watch?v=doMjePvu3zE

koala playing some lovely chilled out acoustic renditions of their catchy pop tunes.

http:// heyitskoala.bandcamp.com/

with dub from I-SHENCE CULTURE till 1 !!

doors at 8:00
first band at 8:10

this is an event for members and guests. if you are not a member and would like to join the club there is information here

£4 entry
£3 members



Thursday 27th February 2014

Jasmine Kennedy and support

Jasmine Kennedy is an acoustic singer/songwriter who sings from the heart; her lyrics a collection of throw away observations and bittersweet tales from the teenage heart which possess a remarkable power to stun an audience in to silence. At the age of 16 her debut album ‘I Don’t Have An Uncle Pat’ was self-released and since then she has toured the UK and shared stages with the likes of Seasick Steve, Joseph Arthur & RM Hubbert, as well as performing at a number of festivals including Live at Leeds and Bingley Music Live. All whilst preparing material for a second album and maintaining a loyal devotion to Coronation Street. Potentially the next Tracy Chapman, this young musician has immense talent and an endearing charm.

http:// jasminekennedy.co.uk/listen

With Support from Gerrard Bell-Fife https://soundcloud.com/ gerrard-bell-fife

And Michael Chater http:// michaelthomaschater.bandcam p.com/


More information at:  https://www.facebook.com/events/472606106179407/



Saturday 1st March 2014

Luke's 21st Birthday Party and Sophie Lancaster Foundation Benefit


Revenge of the Psychotronic Man, Billyclub, Burning from the inside, and Gallons of Yorkshire punk cream featuring: Lowlife UK, Petrol Bastard, Krayons, Juno, Autopsy Boys, the Swindells, Andy Carrington, Dead Punk, Burning Flag, Andy T, Rattus Noirvecas Collective
https://www.facebook.com/ RevengeofthePsychotronicMan
https://www.facebook.com/ BILLYCLUB.BILLYCLUB
https://www.facebook.com/ pages/ Burning-From-The-Inside/ 512926662054345
https://www.facebook.com/ pages/Lowlife-UK/ 31575187819
https://www.facebook.com/ petrolbastard
https://www.facebook.com/ junoleeds
https://www.facebook.com/ thekrayonslive
https://www.facebook.com/ autopsyboys
https://www.facebook.com/ pages/The-Swindells/ 64276316119
https://www.facebook.com/ andy.thorley.1?fref=ts
https://www.facebook.com/ Dead.Punk2011
https://www.facebook.com/ andy.carrington?fref=ts
Rattus Noirvecas Collective – so new they don’t exist virtually yet and this is their 1st gig!
Plus special guests to be announced on the day.

More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/623602444348647/


Friday 7th and Saturday 8th March

Equal Fest #4

WHO: Bands with at least one female member.

WHEN: 7th - 9th March 2014.

WHERE: 1in12 club Bradford & Wharf Chambers, Leeds

WHY: Benefit for womens rights group.

EQUAL fest is a DIY benefit festival for women’s rights groups and the bands are playing for free or traveling expenses. EQUAL fest supports and wishes to encourage woman’s involvement in DIY punk / hardcore and political music scene and would like to inspire more females to get involved. That’s why all the bands that are playing have at least one non male gender member.

EQUAL fest supports gender, racial, social, generational, cultural etc. equality and opposes any forms of oppression, inequality and discrimination.

This event is happening at the 1 in12 club in Bradford, a members owned and run social centre based on anarchist principals, self-management, co-operation & mutual aid and in Wharf Chambers in Leeds, worker co-op run bar, cafe, venue and community space.

If you wish to get involved in any way to help make this festival happen please get in touch!!!! :)

Feel free to suggest bands but bare in mind that EQUAL fest would prefer to involve bands that haven't already played in previous years. Also if you're suggesting a band link to their music/web presence would be very useful. Thanks :)

List of bands that have already been part of EQUAL fest:

Amorous Dialogues (UK)
Autonomads (UK)
Beards (UK)
Belgrado (Spain)
Black Mamba Beat (UK)
Cloud Rat (USA)
Contempt (UK)
Die Wrecked (UK)
Diet Pills (UK)
Etai Keshiki (UK)
Every Weapon (UK)
Executive Legs (UK)
The Fight (Poland)
Finisterre (Germany)
The Flue Sniffers (France)
Good Throb (UK)
Harry Callahan (UK)
(Hooker) (UK)
I Like Bugs (UK)
Jesus And His Judgemental Father (UK)
Kismet HC (UK)
Last Legion Alive (Belgium)
Landverraad (Holland)
Lich (UK)
Louise Distras (UK)
Mechagodzilla (UK)
Meinhof (UK)
More Than A Joke ((UK)
Nervous Twitch (UK)
Nine Bullets (UK)
Nu Pogodi (UK)
Pifco (UK)
Pudge (UK)
Rabies Babies (UK)
Radio Partizan (UK)
Queer D’Science (UK)
Salem Rages (UK)
Severed Heaven (UK)
Svetlanas (Italy)
Twisted Mass (Ireland)

More info at: https://www.facebook.com/events/326349047502777/

Thursday 13th March

1in12 March Quiz Night

The third installment of the new messy Thursday quiz will be held on the 13th March.

Entrance is only £1 and 1st prize is a round of drinks for the team! All members and their guests are welcome whether you're a pub quiz virgin or a trivia champ. Feel free to get your team together before hand or simply cobble one together on the night.

More info at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1374750096131183/#


Saturday 15th March 2014

Darts To An End Part 6(66)

CANCELLED, due to unforseen circum


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