Love Music? Love Live Music?
If you answered yes to these questions then we are the society for you.
LiveSoc are heavily involved in the University and Southampton music scene, making it easier for YOU to find a gig you want to go to.
As if you need anything else, LiveSoc have won awards at the last three EVAs, including Best Society and Best Event!
To join Livesoc, cast your eyes to the right for instructions. You can also join our Facebook group or follow us on Twitter. Once you’ve joined you’ll be kept up to date on events through our newsletter (which we aim to release once every two weeks, and from which you can opt out).
If you play an instrument you will also be able to add your musician’s profile to the database and get in contact with other musicians.
If you want to find out more either e-mail us or come along to our fortnightly meetings – Tuesdays, 6pm to 7pm at The Bridge (just before the Open Mic Night).
This week has been a great start to what promises to be a great year with LiveSoc. We opened proceedings with the Bunfight which was a great success. We had a laugh, good banter with the new freshers and over 300 sign-ups! That night we headed down to the Bar Monte for our first gig of the year. LiveSoc and AIM hosted the event and the atmosphere was great. The music was great and the bar was full of students loving the music creating an atmosphere that was simply immense! On Friday we headed down to The Hobbit Pub to see an old favourite band of LiveSoc, Yellowgroove. They delivered… [full article]
LiveSoc, Aim and SUSU put on a great gig last night at the Bar Monte and thanks to all of those came and made it such a good atmosphere. If the rest of LiveSoc's events are this good then we will be a freekin' awesome society this year. We opened proceedings with Jack Winter who played good, relaxed set. The Dave Gillani Experience then stepped up and were great! It's all about the Cobras, Cobras, Cobras! (sorry, inside gag). Then the infamous Dance Barry Dance headlined and got the crowd nice and pumped up with the fun madness! Great music, great people, great atmosphere, great night! Hopw you can all come down to our next event.
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That’s it! You might want to create your musician’s profile after that, by clicking the link in the members’ area.
Finally, meet us for a pint, meet some other members and make a lot of noise.
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Jamie is the hugo boss of LiveSoc. He is responsible for 'looking after' the committee and making sure everything runs smoothly. He is also responsible for communicating with SUSU, and is partly responsible for looking after practice bookings and equipment rentals.
Ethan is a general handyman in LiveSoc, responsible for carrying equipment and helping set up and run events. He is also the go-to man for technical assistance.
Andy is responsible for organising LiveSoc's infamous jamming sessions. They currently run every other sunday in the SUSU building (1:00pm - 3:00pm). He is also responsible for looking after LiveSoc money.
Sofi is the second in command of LiveSoc. She looks after the society when the president is not available, and she organises and takes minutes from committee meetings. She is also partly responsible for looking after practice bookings and equipment rentals.
Stephen is the chief organiser of gigs and events in LiveSoc. He also assists the president with LiveSoc issues as necessary. He is alsp responsible for finding bands and local talent for our gigs and open mic night. Contact him if you have a band and are looking for gigs to play.
Willy is the head of all matters of socialism... ummm, we mean socials. He organises social events for LiveSoc, such as pub trips, pub crawls, and group trips to gigs.
Karan is the chief promoter of LiveSoc and is responsible for generating promo material and advertising for the society and it's events.