The AutistiX minidoc has had over 50,000 views so far and brilliant comments so if you haven't seen it yet, here is the link: https://vimeo.com/133864265 and add a comment too (only nice ones, of course!). Please like us on facebook and follow us on twitter!
The AutistiX next live performance will be at the London premiere of a new film called 'I Used To Be Famous', inspired by Saul and The AutistiX on Saturday 12th September!
Thanks to our many new and existing facebook friends who have responded so positively to our music video "Just The Same', the ITV news broadcast about The AutistiX and the music video and the new minidoc released on the Guardian website.
Our next performance will be a very special one as we will be playing live at a film premiere! It will be for an amazing short film called 'I Used to be Famous' made by Superplex Pictures, a very creative young film company. This film was inspired by our drummer, Saul and he has a cameo role in the film! The film is about 2 central characters: a musician who is a drummer and has autism who transforms the life of a 'has been' ex boy band musician.
The details of the event are below, just the location is still to be decided, which we will advise when the information is available.
On Saturday September 12th, there will be a private premiere of “I Used to be Famous”. 'I Used to be Famous' is a South London fairytale of a culture-clash between a washed-up singer from 1990s boy band 'Boyzz Inc' and a musically talented young man with autism. Two opposite characters who transform each other's worlds through the power of music.
The film was directed by Eddie Sternberg and produced by Chris Pencakowski.
Tickets are £33 each. Get them here:
The Premiere night will include:
A glass of wine or two.
Screening of 'I Used To Be Famous' + Our short film 'Just Desserts'.
Q&A With director Eddie Sternberg and the main Cast and Crew.
Concert by The AutistiX - the band that inspired the film! The AutistiX are a rock band of musicians with Autism and other disabilities creating their own unique sound.
Hi all! Well The AutistiX have been overwhelmed with the amazingly positive and encouraging comments following the news broadcast on ITV news last Friday . If you missed it, you can see it through this link: http://www.fixers.org.uk/news/12935-11208/autistic-band-fix-on-itv.php
Hi all. More news from The AutistiX! Our mini doc made by Grasp The Nettle film makers Dean Puckett (director) and Becca Wolff (producer) has gone live on The Guardian website today and we are featured on the homepage! See it here and please post comments on the site afterwards and on our facebook page! : http://www.theguardian.com/news/video/2015/aug/10/autism-rocks-meet-the-boys-from-the-autistix-video
Hi all Sorry to say that the ITV broadcast about The AutistiX has been postponed until tomorrow Friday same time. This is due to lots of London news due to the tube strike. Sadly bad news takes precedence over our good news...
NEWS AT LAST! The ITV news item, on the Fixers UK channel, about The AutistiX and our video 'Just The Same' (made by Fixers UK) is finally due to be aired this Thursday 6th August between 6-6.30pm
The Fixers UK news item on ITV about The AutistiX and our 'Just The Same' video that Fixers made for our band, due to role that we play in transforming the lives of others, is due to be aired this coming Thursday 6th August at 18.00-18.30 hours, unless there is some other major London news that takes precedence over our news bulletin.
We hope that you will watch out for it and let us know how you like it on our social media sites. Please pass the news on to friends, colleagues and family to reach as many people as possible.
To see the video that Fixers UK made for The AutistiX, due to the way that we transform the lives of others can be viewed at:
A busy festival weekend ahead! Gigs at East Barnet Festival on Saturday 4th July and Hampstead Summer Festival on Sunday 5th July
The AutistiX are looking forward to a very busy gig weekend ahead with performances at East Barnet Festival on Saturday 4th July a in Oak Hill Park, EN4 8JS at 6pm. This is a new festival for us, on the door step of our bass player Luke! We will be in the Big Top, which will be easy to find was its in a striped tent. Here are some links to this gig:
We hope to see you there!
Next day, we will be returning to the Hampstead Summer Festival in the heart of Hampstead, taking over the whole of Heath Street. We will be on the music (lower) stage performing at 2.30pm. This is a very busy festival with about 100 stalls with things to buy and food to eat and, most of all, your favourite band performing!
As usual, they have listed us without the all important 'The' ie 'The AutistiX!!!! We all know who we are however and we hope that you will come along to enjoy the festival and see The AutistiX!