Pictures from Manchester!

November 10, 2011 bonics


Amazing night in Manchester once again!  We were here earlier in the year but now we’ve double the size and sold out on our return!  I got a chance to walk around the city and it was bustling at night! Big shout to @niallgfx and his crew for showing me around! After the show I rocked at TIGER TIGER! It was super poppin’ even on a Tuesday! ALso big up to @DjG2UK , @DjStylusUK, Amer and Turbz! Enjoy the pics!

MANCHESTER PICS: http://s111.photobucket.com/albums/n133/djbonics/Manchester%20Nov2011/?albumview=slideshow

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The O2 Apollo before the storm…

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Young, Rich, and High…

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@Niallgfx and young Wiz

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Pics of the fans!

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@DJG2UK AND @DJSTYLUSUK

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DJ Craze “Monster” Brixton Academy London 11/7/11

November 10, 2011 bonics

I’m not gonna write the “Why it’s so awesome to tour with DJ Craze blog… yet”  The video speaks for itself….  He’s a 5 time DMC world Champion.

Here is the original Craze Native Instruments video below:

London – Brixton Academy

November 10, 2011 bonics

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(Here’s a cliche intro sentence)

Someone told me that you don’t make it in England until you sell out the Brixton Academy.

I’m talking a legendary venue here guys.  Madonna, The Clash,  The Police, Dylan, Sex Pistols, The Roots, Fat Boy Slim vs. Armand Van Helden, the list goes on.  Songs have been recorded here.  Videos have been shot here.  Even Amy Whine house blessed this place.  And guess what world.  Wiz Khalifa and the Taylor Gang sold out the roughly 5,000 capacity venue! BITCH! What a magical night in London!  It was huge!  First of course Yelawolf destroyed it.  I’m sure there was a gang load of cats who came in there not really knowing about Wolf but left fans.  Of course DJ Craze who has been doing his Native Instruments routine on tour killed it.  I have the video of Craze rocking the spot which should be in the next post!

As far as our performance?  It was a magical night!  The crowd hung on every word of Khalifa’s! There’s not much to say but THANK YOU to London.  I feel so incredibly lucky to play a place with that much history.  If it all ended for me tomorrow I could at least say I rocked Brixton.  I am completely humbled by all of this.  To have fans and to get love thousands of miles away from home doesn’t get old.  I’m amazed every step of the way as we continue to make history and spread this TG music for the world!  Enjoy  the pics from the show!  And please if you have any pics to share with me!  holler at me on twitter @djbonics .

A night in Brixton Pics: http://s111.photobucket.com/albums/n133/djbonics/London%202011/?albumview=slideshow

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Gang in Bristol

November 8, 2011 bonics

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Yes another sold out show in Bristol!  I did’nt get much chance to see round the city but I did manage to get some great shots of the show!  THe place was mad and the sound system in them joint was MASSIVE!  Pretty much tho every venue’s sound is huge.  I would have to say for the record that they take the live music game pretty serious out here!  Great venues and superb sound!  Afterwards I drove about an hour and a half away to Winsdor for a MASSIVE after party at MANTRA for @mickeymantra’s BDAY!  sick night!

BRISTOL SHOW PICS: http://s111.photobucket.com/albums/n133/djbonics/BRISTOL%20nov11/?albumview=slideshow

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Newcastle

November 7, 2011 bonics

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On top of taking pics of Yelawolf around Newcastle I got to do some random exploring.  In Newcastle, yes there actually is a castle which were the original city lay.   I got to check out the Castle Keep which was one of the main part’s of the original castle.  The city lay upon the Tyne river which makes the city have a diverse group of bridges.  Another thing I noticed was there was a lot of Old Architecture right next new modern buildings.  Other than that the cit seemed like most of the UK cities so far.  Really impressed with the shopping centers!  They literally build these things in between old buildings and city monuments.  I also got to check out the Grainger market.  It kind of reminded me of a dirt mall right in the middle of a metropolitan area.  I even caught a glimpse of a #occupy Newcastle gathering.   As far as the show, the show was huge!  Sold out and LOUD!  Big shout out to my dude DJ Play form Newcastle who runs the DJCITY UK site who came through the show and let me cool out after.  I got to link up with DJ Doc jr. You should definitlely checked out his site docjnr.com! He’s got some real dope mixtapes as he is also a DJ for DJ City UK.  Also shoutout to Jackson a DJ City Blogger (http://blog.djcity.co.uk/) I got some vid of he and I cuttin’ it up which I’ll hopefully post soon!

Newcastle Pics: http://s111.photobucket.com/albums/n133/djbonics/Newcastle/?albumview=slideshow

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Jackson (

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DJ Play and DJ Craze

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