As a photographer Beezer was in a unique position in Bristol in the 1980s. Close friends with the Wild Bunch (later to become Massive Attack) and other Bristol hip hop crews, he was able to capture on film the rich urban culture at the heart of the underground music and art scene prevalent in Bristol at the time. Many of the shots are of the Wild Bunch performing at the Dug Out Club, the infamous Red House Jam and at St Paul's Carnival, but there are many more shots from festivals and events and a selection of portraiture. This book has previously only been available as an import from Japan where it was originally published.
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Andrew 'Beezer' Beese was one of the key figures in Bristol's post-punk hip-hop scene. He carried his camera everywhere and developed the film in his mother's high-rise flat in Redcliffe, Bristol. Beezer's archive is a unique collection of images from the house party scene, the Dug Out Club. St Paul's Carnival and many other events. Beezer moved to Tokyo is the late 80s where he still lives and works as a photographer and runs a photographic school.
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