If you would like to play at a bleep.works EMOM night please use the contact form below to get in touch. Press the 'start' button to get started.
We allocate half the available slots for each event in advance, so it's well worth getting in touch. The other half of the available slots are allocated on the night on a first-come first-served basis.
How we allocate slots for bleep.works nights
Everyone is welcome. If you are prepared to spend at least ten minutes making some sort of noise this is the event for you. The longest slot we can allocate is 20 minutes.
There are usually ten slots available per night. Half of the slots are allocated in advance, and half the slots are allocated on the night. So if you have not booked a slot you are welcome to turn up unannounced and there's still a good chance that you will be able to perform. We run the events this way to try and be as fair as possible to everyone. If you turn up without booking and there are no slots available (which is rare) then we hope you still stick around to support your fellow musicians.
What are the rules?
There are almost no rules. If you want to make a noise of any type then you can. The only actual rule is 'no acoustic instruments', but even this rule can be ignored if you are using an acoustic instrument as part of a crazy effects chain or as a trigger for 'who knows what'. There are plenty of excellent singer/songwriter type open mic events in the world, bleep.works is not one of them.
Other than that we expect everyone who turns up at one of our EMOM events to be civil, polite and supportive of everyone who is performing. We have never experienced someone being a rotter during any of our events, but if it were to happen it would be dealt with appropriately. EMOM is a safe space. No judgement. No negativity. In short, we have a very strict 'no arseholes' policy.