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Domino Records to run stall on Berwick St, London Saturday

 THE FOUNDERS OF THE UK’s GREATEST INDEPENDENT LABELS HIT BERWICK STREET TO SELL THEIR FRESH VINYL PRODUCE AT THIS VERY SPECIAL MARKET! http://independentlabelmarket.tumblr.com/ On 21st...

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Gold-Bears – Are You Falling in Love?

What's that sound in my ears? The Gold-Bear's debut album is messing with my head. And my hands are dancing too! The Gold-Bears have been developing their sound for a number of years. Formed...

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Going Nowhere?

Nowhere is an arts-based event inspired by the infamous Burning Man, but is Nowhere a quaint “Euro-taster” or an event in itself? For the last eight years the Spanish desert has been lit...

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Sir Cliff Richard girds himself for the ‘soulicious’ tour.

London, 9th May 2011; The live tour and album concept conceived by television star and music producer David Gest, Sir Cliff Richard will duet with more than ten soul legends on a brand new album (and...

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On the Brink of Democracy

Nigeria is a confusing country for the stranger, and the situation only gets worse when you start looking at politics.  As such I’m not going to try and give you a nicely crafted or...

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Kid Congo and The Pink Monkey Birds – 100 Club

Underground legend Kid Congo Powers headed a night of Nugget’s era golden rock and roll....

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Fighting Bias with Bias: The David Pakman Show.

Reaching millions across the globe, David Pakman is the head of a non-corporate political talk show recorded from a small studio in Massachusetts. Predominantly syndicated across the US through...

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CHICAGO : Announce Uk Show

CHICAGO  Announce one off Greatest Hits show at London’s HMV Hammersmith Apollo on 6th July   Robert Lamm: keyboards, vocals Lee Loughnane: trumpet James Pankow: trombone Walt...

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Establishing ‘Conflict’ in the Ivory Coast

As the situation in the Ivory Coast draws to a predictably bloody conclusion, it seems worth asking– why did it take so long for the Western media to cotton on to the situation?  After...

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Field Day – Line Up Gets Bigger and Bigger

But Tickets    Field Day    FIELD DAY 6.08.11 Victoria Park London E3 – Buy Tickets – Website Facebook Twitter Bugged Out at Field Day Last year at Field Day...

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Doss Blockos: Oz Beer goes Underground

Doss Blockos have created something special, a street culture inspired brewery hidden in amongst the urban snorescapes of Melbourne. Pretty much epitomising everything Trebuchet admires; righteous...

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Politics in Imperial Nigeria

Last night I was invited to a dinner hosted in Debare’s honour, to celebrate the opening of the university.  The meal was arranged by his friends and associates, all of roughly the same...

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Prostitutes in Nigeria

After a few days here, despite all the doom-laden warnings, I was fairly confident that spotting Nigerian prostitutes wasn’t going to be much of a problem.  The Grand Mirage – a kind...

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Day Of Rage: Diary of a Female Protester

On a day when thousands took to the street and hundreds took up arms against capitalism, one woman marched, chanted and ran alongside them. I recorded my journey through the streets of London, where...

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Attack of the Stereotypes

Attack of the Stereotypes In a dark, dark town there was a dark, dark street, And on the dark, dark street there was a dark, dark building And in the dark, dark building were… BRIGHT JAPANESE...

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Miranda Donovan – The Home Unleashed

Miranda Donovan - The Home Unleashed - Lazarides Gallery, 24th Feb – 23rd March 2011...

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Venetian Snares – XOYO

Ecstatic breaks and camaraderie, Venetian Snares rocks London. XOYO, Old Street, 23/2/11...

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Salem in Stoke Newington: Delaine Le Bas

It is a rare occasion when one encounters a Minnie Mouse doll and is simultaneously delighted and extremely disturbed. Welcome to Delaine Le Bas’s Witchunt: a riot of joyful colour and texture,...

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Shea Seger – Borderline

From the heights to the home, the light remains undimmed. Shea Seger has had a long strange road on her musical journey. In 2001 the plucky Texan waif seemed set for a long life on the broad stage;...

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How do I look: Robert Mapplethorpe?

Glossy photographs in glossy frames create the perfect environment for glossy fashionistas in Alison Jaques gallery. ‘Curated by Scissor Sisters’. Need the gay fashion pack know more?...

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Stateless – Matilda

Who are Stateless? Do they even know? Just how much can be crammed into a band’s sound? Can anyone try to cover, absorb and assimilate everything in their lives, minds and playlists while still...

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Couslon resigns as phone tapping case continues

Andy Coulson the UK PM's director of communications has resigned today over increasing allegations regarding phonetapping while he was editor at News of the World. In a statement released today...

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Small is Beautiful

Small is Beautiful XXVII and Gyunel Rustamova in Cork Street galleries, Dry the River and Clare Maguire at The Social. 14th December One small step for artists but a giant leap for free arts...

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Trouble with Curating?

Ben Street’s Gifted at the Josh Lilley Gallery answers the ICA’S question; why do we need curators? December 2010. Outside the great student fees debate rages. Placards set to one side, a...

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‘I Want to Fuck You’ – Derrick Santini

The Maurice Einhardt NEU Gallery 10/12/10 to 29/01/2011. Redchurch Street, Shoreditch A crowd is gathered in Redchurch Street. This is not uncommon, nor is it rare for the crowd to be enjoying an art...

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Minor Yetis to Major Cranes

Minor Yetis to Major Cranes. Looking for art in London’s late night galleries....

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The Boy Least Likely To – Christmas Special

Bah Humbug! (+1 Records, November 2010) Well it is the season and we all go through the stages of Christmas grief. Anger, because the adverts are already being shown on TV in September. Denial, as...

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Gabby Young and Other Animals – The Tabernacle, Notting Hill

“We’re all in this together”, World Connection records. 20th November 2010. I first encountered Gabby Young and Other Animals at Glastonbury 2010, one of those wandering encounters...

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Venetian Snares. Deep Cuts.

Venetian Snares interview 2004 ...

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Ensemble: Collaborations in solitary sound

Ensemble is the platform created by electronica musician Oliver Alary to explore ‘the meeting point between melodic noise and disjointed pop’. On his eponymous debut for Fat Cat records...

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