Issue 110

Monthly newspaper and online publication targeting 18 to 35 year olds. The ultimate guide to the hottest parties, going out and having fun. Music, fashion, film, travel, festivals, technology, comedy, and parties! London, Barcelona, Miami and Ibiza.

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CLUBRADAR FABRICLIVE Carnival Special @ Fabric 24th August Celebrate sound system culture at one of the biggest weekends this year - Carnival! To get you in the mood and feeling the vibe, Fabric has already delivered a hot lineup. Hitting Room One is no other than local figurehead CASisDead, Kenny Ken, roots king Kiko Bun plus rising MC star Yizzy and Carnival DJ Gully B. Room Two will see Dillinja and DNB orginials Carlito & Addiction hit the decks as well as a B2B with Om Unit and Kid Drama. UNMISSABLE 6 ISSUE 110 / 2018 GUESTLIST UK Cubana with My Nu Leng @ Marble Factory, Bristol 15th September Tory Lanez @ SWG3, Glasgow 19th September Reggae All Dayer @ Concorde, Brighton 2nd September Nightmares On Wax @ Sub Club, Glasgow 8th September The Magic Gang @ Rock City, Nottingham 29th September LIVE WORLDWIDE Damian Lazarus @ Club Space, Miami 8th September Leon Vynehall, Baldo, El Búho @ Razzmatazz, Barcelona 1st September Anëk, Tim Andresen, Shaq & more @ Culture Box, Denmark 15th September BAYNK @ Audio SF 25th August Mittwoch: Cinthie Invites Mike Dunn @ Watergate, Germany 29th August Little Festival On The Terrace @ Studio 338 24th August Lord Of The Tings presents: Hot Wuk x Mixpak Carnival Special @ E1 London 24th August Flava D (All Night Long) @ XOYO 24th August Cosmic Carnival @ CamdenAs- sembly 24th August Trouble Vision with Avalon Emerson, Call Super @ Corsica Studios 24th August LONDON HOTSPOTS Coconut Beats of Brazil: Gilles Peterson (Brazilian set) & HAAi @ Phonox 25th August Sankeys London Bank Holiday Special @ Studio 338 25th August South West Four @ Clapham Common 25th August Metalheadz Carnival Afterparty @ Egg London 26th August Krankbrother Presents: Summer BBQ @ Walthamstow Assembly Hall 26th August NEWS FLASH HIP HOP / RNB HOUSE / TECHNO DRUM & BASS INDIE / ROCK REGGAE Ludacris Pays for Strangers Groceries Ludacris isn't a stranger to helping people in need. The Ludacris Foundation is his vehical for giving. When a woman went over budget at a checking counter, Ludacris step up and with zero interaction paid for his groceries. Electric Pickle Announces Closure Miami club, Electric Pickle has just announced that they'll be closing their doors June 2019.The club which is known for house and techno DJ sets as well as live performances. Andy C @ Wembley Andy C will become the first DJ to perform all night at Wembley. He'll perform one of his mental all night shows on November 17th at one of the UK's biggest venues. Despite the size he'll still probably sell it out so grab your tickets now! Glass Animals' Drummer Injured in Cycling Accident Glass Animals' drummer Joe Seaward suffered from brain damage following a cycling accident in Dublin. Fellow bandmate and vocalist David Bailey took to Instagram reassuring fans that Joe was on his way to recovery. The band cancelled all their remaining tour dates. Stephen Marley remixes Bob Marley's iconic Kaya Celebrating 40 years since the release of Bob Marley and the Wailer's Kaya, Stephen Marley will reimagine and remix the album. Drawing from the original sound of the LP Stephen will synch Bob's vocals with different instrumental arrangements to create a authentic and powerful sound. REVIEW ELROW TOWN 2018 IS GOING TO BE OFF THE CHAIN! Elrow Town returns to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on the 18th- 19th of August with a lineup bigger than ever. Thousands will be gathering to see legends take to the stage. From Fatboy Slim, Solardo, Claptone, Idris Elba, Shy FX, The 2 Bears and plenty more. To add to the fun the festival will also be hosting a range of party games, theatrical skits, inflatable toys and a summer of a lifetime! This will be one for the ages. The vibrant fields of Hertfordshire were replaced by a futuristic music utopia for this year's Standon Calling Festival. For those who like folk rock there was the infamous George Ezra who simply radiated romance throughout his set. But for those who like experimental psychedelic rock there was the mesmerizing Acid Mothers Temple. Even families with children where left enchanted by the Horrible Histories live on the Main Stage. Whoever you are and whatever you like, there was definitely something for everyone at Standon Calling. REVIEW REMINISCING STANDON CALLING 2018 Being able to break away from Sónar to experience the OFFSónar parties at Poble Espanyol this year proved to be a thoroughly rewarding experience. For us, it kicked off with Marco Carola's epic night 'It's all about the Music' at Plaza Mayor. With Apollonia and Paco Osuna all billed to play for the day, the scene was pretty much set for a cracking night. Day two took us down to Elrow and their flagship 'Singer Morning' extravaganza. Which saw Solardo and Eats Everything on disc jockey duties and were the stand out selectors of the evening for us. The next day we tackled Drumcode and witness a B2B between Adam Beyer and Joseph Capriati, which was a little short of magical. PREVIEW THE OFFSÓNAR PARTIES THAT "POPPED OFF" AT SÓNAR THIS YEAR more at

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