Disc

Fanzine from the era.

» Loaded Fanzine

» React Fanzine

» R.P.M.

» Everlong Bristol Punk Fanzine

» St Pauls Riots

» Keep Upright, Do not Bend

» Future Days

» Out West

» International Year Of Peace

» Black Dwarf Fanzine

» Venue 1983

» Bath Arts Magazine Feb 1984

» Melody Maker

 

Video.

» St Pauls, Bristol 1980
» Punk in England 1977 "What was it?"
» Mikee Freedom @ the-musicworks
» Reggae Man Dan @ the-musicworks
» Smith & Mighty
» Santa Cruz
» The Bristol Sound
» Colonel Kilgores Vietnamese Formation Surf Team Napalm Blues
» Bamboo Club and Western Star Domino Club

 

 

People from the era tell their stories.

» Steve Haley

» Dave Massey

» Alice Perera

» Dave Cohen

» Ken Lintern

» Martin Elbourne

» Pete Webb

» John Stapleton - Def Con

» DJ Derek

» Mick Freeman

» Richard Burley

» Seng-gye Tombs Curtis

» Mike Darby

» Chris Martin

» Sapphire

» Simbarashe Tongogara

» Dan Ratchet

» Bunny Marrett

» Buggs Durrant

» Soultrain

» Neil Davidge

» Gary Clail

» Jody Wisternoff

» Sam Wisternoff

» Rob Smith and Smith & Mighty

» Steve Risley

» Chris Scott

» The Hot Bear Club - 1977

» Daddy G

» GBH Studios / Andrew Peters

» Simon Edwards

» Cavan (Kev) Saunders

» Tony Dodd

» Andy Batten-Foster

» Dick O'Dell

» Chris Damico

» Steamers Mod Club 1980

» Popsy Curious

» Joshua Moses

» Chris Brown

» Dave Fisher & Thabiti

» Shoc Wave with Gene Walsh

» Tammy Payne

» MC Kelz

» John Nation

» Rob Vega

» Andy Allen

» Tony Orrell

» Tim Williams

» Tim Williams (Story No. 2)

» Andy Leighton

» Martin Elliot - Bristol Beat

» Jerry Underwood

» Jimmy Galvin

» John Shennan

» Punk in Weston - 1977-79

» Shane Dabinett

» Beezer

» Reuben Archer

» Dennis McCalla aka Dallas

» Jamie Hill

» Tony Wrafter

» Mike Crawford

» Roy Hackett

» Peter D. Rose

» Krissy Kriss

» Flynn (Fresh 4)

» Joe Peng

» Rich Denman

 

 

STEVE HALEY


Steve Haley ran the Vision Factory on Zetland Road in Redland and was a video and film maker who provided Bristol's musical luminaries with many visual backdrops. He made video's for Smith and Mighty, Mark Stewart, Fresh Four, Gary Clail, Carlton and Massive Attack as well as many others.

Steve also promoted some great and memorable parties in Bristol including the infamous 'Apres Ski' party in an old snooker hall on Colston Street where Tricky and Mark Stewart first played a live version of the track that would become Tricky's debut single 'Aftermath'.

Steve also became the manager of 'Monk and Canatella' and saw them through some ferocious twists and turns in a major deal with Telstar Records (check out the video!). Steve Haley is one of the important characters of the Bristol milieu and someone who has been a part of many different projects over the years.

 

Thanks to Pete Webb for permission to use this text from www.electricpavilion.org/dugout/

 

steve haley

 

 

 

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