Issue 49 - March

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6 GUESTLIST TUNING IN Issue 49 / 2013 CLUB vs CLUB BRIXTON JAMM 261 BRIXTON ROAD, SW9 6LH BASING HOUSE 25 KINGSLAND ROAD, E2 8AA events Project Radio 106.5 FM. The UK���s Leading House & Techno Radio Station. If you love to rave all day and all night, aren���t so keen on the need to constantly be choosing the next track, then this is the perfect radio station for you. Project London is a fast growing house and techno dedicated pirate radio station that delivers you solid, banging tunes all day. None of that Radio 1 bullshit with Taylor Swift crying into a microphone, just nonstop filth so the party never has to end; their motto is more music less chat which works for us. Check out the website www.projectfmlive. where you can hear the radio live and even sign a petition to help them get a legal license for broadcasting. They also throw regular parties with the last one, an intimate underground party with Ion Ludwig, and a selection of their very own DJs, showing London these guys know how to party. LABEL OF THE MONTH events Playing host to a variety of different events, this is an unique venue in the heart of Brixton���s lively music scene. From hiphop with Rodney P and Jehst, to bass with Congo Natty, Coki, and Jah Shaka through to legends such as Massive Attack, The Specials, and Happy Mondays there is definitely something for everyone here. As well as holding music events, they also put on comedy nights, jam sessions, community events and after parties. Situated on Kingsland Road, in the very heart of Shoreditch, this 300 capacity late-licensed venue is the ideal setting for more underground parties. Having had a number of renowned DJ���s, brands and record labels play such as Riva Starr, Alex Arnout, Richy Ahmed, Sasha and Huxley they represent the very best in electronic music from disco, deep house and tech. DRINKS The drink prices at Basing House compare with average London club prices and they have a varied selection of spirits, beers and wine. The magnitude of the drinks bar covers the whole back end of the room, so firstly this gives you a wide selection to choose from and secondly this equals less queuing time as you don���t have to wait too long. The bar offers a no thrills selection at decent prices, pints of Strongbow, Carling, Stella and San Miguel for ��3.50 or go for a bottled beer. Spirits are reasonably priced at ��3.90 and drink offers are always available. The Jaeger shots for ��4 VIBES The venue holds almost 600 people across two rooms and bars and the vibes are always electric. Both the rooms big enough to pack out and the soundsystem quality is good too. Attracting a diverse crowd, with a variety of different music this is a must visit for those who love live music and and an underground vibe. VIBES This is an intimate environment kitted out with the ultimate Funktion 1 soundsystem, so the bass is guaranteed to be on point. Dedicated to bringing you the finest underground music, the vibes can be crazy! This place even has a little rooftop garden, so is the perfect place in the summer to party with a drink or two and listen to some good music. UNMISSABLE FEEL MY BICEP. 5th April - Deviation with Mala @ XOYO CLUBRADAR TOP LIVE 23rd March - Pretty Ugly with H2, Casual Affair (live), Robert Charles & Ollie Gibson @ Dukes 12th April - Hot Creations presents Paradise featuring Hot Natured Live @ Brixton Academy LONDON 28th March - Apexape Records @ Basinghouse Newly formed in 2012 this fast growing label is really starting to flex After five years of running a very popular music blog, releasing productions and remixes, whilst also DJing consistently, Feel my Bicep was launched in the summer of 2012. It was set up by the Bicep boys, Belfast born duo Matt McBriar and Andy Ferguson, and the aim: to release fun and varied music produced only by themselves. They started the label so that they were able to maintain full creative control and DRINKS take the label whichever direction they wanted. This ploy has worked so far as Bicep have been a real success story. The first release through the label was Bicep���s very own, and highly popular, Vision of Love EP. Inspired by the boys��� love of the early US house music scene, the release set the tone of things to come, and with big releases on the horizon this label is set to grow into a driving force of the industry. 28th March - Secretsundaze Easter Thursday with Nina Kraviz, A Guy Called Gerald, Mike Huckaby @ Electric Brixton 28th March - Trouble Vision Easter Warm Up with Deetron, Maxxi Soundsystem, Velvit @ Corsica Studios 30th March - Loco Dice Weekender @ Electric Brixton HOT SPOT 5th April Soul Clap Records Showcase @ Loft Studios 6th April Deep Within 1st Birthday with Clive Henry, Alex Arnout, Special Guest, Matt Fear & EED @ TBA WORLDWIDE 28th March J.A.W x Theo Parrish @ Festsaal Kreuzberg, Berlin 23rd March Eat My Beat presents Toddla T @ the Warehouse, Leeds 23rd March Eat My Beat presents Toddla T @ the Warehouse, Leeds

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