The Rambunctious social club penned as ‘Clubbing for the creatively curious’ Rambunctious aims to pull in the party goers in a more interactive, ‘come and play’ fashion. Rambunctious is the collaborative creation of visual art wizard and DJ Lee Hodges (Hod’guez) and Glyn Griffths (DJ Griff – Jelly Jazz), both ardent tune rattlers. Since it’s beginning over 4 years ago Rambunctious has been exciting venues across the south west with fun filled themed nights of interactive play and the hookiest dance-floor tunes your feet can fathom!
“The Itinerant West Country night(featuring stunning poster artwork)…” THE GUARDIAN.
Mexican Night of the Dead Ball 2013 from Lee Hodges on Vimeo.
The Rambunctious social club’s
Mexican Night of the dead ball 2013
What a NIGHT! We want to thank all for coming an d making this a spectacular and magical night at the Exeter Phoenix! Thank you to my friends and closest for support through the stresses and strains….We can’t wait to be back next year! There will be a short film of the night coming soon, but in the meantime here are some photos to whet your appetite. Thanks to all the great bands and those who offered their support out of the goodness of their hearts. The dead were dancing with us all! Gracias Amigos!
See Fiesta website.
The Rambunctious social club’s Mexican Fiesta 2013
28th October – 1st November EXETER PHOENIX.
Arrriibba! The Rambunctious social club in partnership with Exeter Phoenix proudly presents
‘THE MEXICAN DAY OF OF THE DEAD FIESTA’. From Oct 28th – Nov 1st Above you can see the OFRENDA TREE
designed and made by Lee(Hodguez). People have hung many beautiful messages on the tree, now we wonder what to do with them all, something special. Some lovely masks were created by the children in the mask workshops.
Weez in tha City! Come and see us down at the fabulous Bohemianesque ‘BIKE SHED THEATRE’, we lov it there and so will you!
Starting the Rambunctious year with a thigh slapping slam into January! Shake up the barren desert of January and dance the blues away with the irrepressible Rambunctious crew – sink into the sultry haze of artful play, heat up your creative juices with your live inventions….
Steady snapping Gator Grooves with DJ’s GRIFF and HODGUEZ.
8pm – 12am THE BARRELHOUSE BALLROOM, 59A High Street. Totnes.
Come in from the cold and cosy up with The Rambunctious social club’s Winter woodshed warmer!
The woods are dark, the crunch of snow underfoot leads you into a clearing where you can hear a steady chop…a thud…a bang….no, a beat! It’s there! Emanating a warm glow of flashing lights around a the licks of a crackling fire bassline, the jaunt of gypsy horns, the warming swigs of electrical swing, the batterings of latin….it’s the WOODSHED DISCO! Your beat chopping host honchos Hodguez and Griff welcome you in to a wondrous world of seasonal surprises, creatively curious contraptions and special guests….welcome the festive season in with style with the magic of the Rambunctious social club.
£6 on the door. Tickets are a;ready selling f.a.s.t.!!!
Rambunctious brings you a more intimate gig after the magic of the Mexican Ball. Head honchos Hodguez and Griff bring you a tantalsing dose of artful play and leftfield jive down at one of our favourite haunts – The Bike shed theatre. Cosy up with some carefree creative curious play!
Door – £3.
The Bike Shed Theatre
Nestled at the end of an alley in the heart of Exeter, you’ll find the Bike Shed Theatre. With a 60 seat subterranean auditorium and adjacent vintage cocktail tavern, the venue has performances nearly every night of the year. Championing new work and innovation, the theatre has gained national acclaim for its shows, winning a Peter Brook Empty Space award in 2011.
Meanwhile, the bar serves award winning cocktails, local ale, cider and juices and a carefully selected wine list. Add live music on Fridays and DJs on Saturdays and The Bike Shed Theatre & Bar is Exeter’s hottest cultural night-spot. BIKE SHED EVENT
Rambunctious Radio and Soundartradio present A journey into Dia de los Muertos and the sounds of Mexico! Celebrating the forthcoming 3rd Rambunctious Mexican Ball at the Exeter Phoenix on NOV 1st. A magical mix of Magic and musical mayhem and erm…recipies! The Mexican ball enthuses our love of Latin and contemporary latin music – espicially Mexican! Dj – ing ranging from traditional latin styles such as Cumbia to the far reaches of modern Nortec and modern interpretations and remixes of Mariachi and Mexican mash-up – The Mexican institute of sound, Kinky, Nortec Collective, Bostich and Fussible, Los de Abajo, Calexico, Mexican dubwiser…and why not some Ennio Morricone!
Mexican Night of the Dead radio show 2013 by Hod’guez on Mixcloud