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6 GUESTLIST Tuning in CLUB North VS the cut 7 St Nicholas Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne, England, NE1 1RE. Issue 54 / 2013 CLUB South Plastic people 147-149 Curtain Road, London EC2 events Point Blank Radio began life in 1994 when they were trying to get some quality house music out to listeners. Still going strong today, the Station offers a wide range of music from funk, jazz and soul to liquid drum and bass, tech and breakbeat although the main focus of the station continues to be house music. The station can be heard throughout the UK and is now also available worldwide via their website. They offer around the clock tunes, and promise to always deliver a balanced and varied blend of music. Point Blank sets itself apart from most commercial radio stations by refusing to follow trends or change direction. The station keeps it LABEL OF THE MONTH events Situated in the heart of the city centre, yet far removed in style and substance, Newcastle's theCUT is the city's top club for those looking for something a little different. Special events breaking down different genres from house to hip-hop to dubstep to disco. Similarly with theCUT, Plastic People doesn't stick to just one genre, it embraces techno, house, hip-hop and other more experimental nights. Plastic People also welcomes big named DJs through its doors. DRINKS DRINKS For around £5 entry each night and reasonably priced drinks, theCUT is not only an individual but inexpensive experience for all music lovers. With entry usually in the region of £5£10 depending on the night, Plastic People is still reasonably priced for the unique style it provides its patrons week in week out. VIBES VIBES The atmosphere of the club is completely underground. Nights like Tuesday's Rub a Dub Dub (dubstep/ dnb/electro) pride themselves on being totally non-serious and nonjudgmental – a theme that runs through the rest of the nights too. Plastic People is a tiny basement club in the heart of East London's Shoreditch. With a combination of infamously dim lighting and a world-famous sound system, the experience is "all about loud music in a dark room". UNMISSABLE 10th - 14th September Unknown Festival @ Rovini, Croatia CLUBRADAR TOP LIVE 6th September -- Queens of the Stone Age & Palma Violets @ Itunes Festival 14th September -- Babyshambles with Pete Doherty @ Brixton O2 Academy With a Mumford & Sons member at its heart, indie label Communion have the insidescoop on exactly how to succeed in the music industry. Formed in 2006 by Mumford & Sons' member Ben Lovett, Bear's Den bassist Kevin Jones and esteemed producer Ian Grimble, the Communion label is an artist led organisation that promotes some of the best new alternative artists around. With a particular focus on fresh indie, rock, acoustic and folk releases, Communion are currently championing artists like Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Canada's brilliant Half Moon Run, Gotye, Ben Howard, Zane Lowe favourites Catfish and the Bottlemen, Daughter, Dan Croll, Matt Corby and many more. This impressive roster sees Communion feeding the indie kids cravings for new music, backing a diverse range of compelling new artists from London, the UK and the rest of the world. Make sure you check out Communion's incredible canon of artists now! LONDON HOT SPOT 21st September -Huxley/Maxxi Soundsystem/Friend Within @ XOYO 6th October Eveson & Fabio @ Jamais Vu, Shoreditch 13th September -DJ EZ @ Fabric 22nd September -DJ 279 @ Jamais Vu, Shoreditch 27th July - 30th September -Floating Cinema @ Various locations around London 7th September -inner City Soul @ Buffalo Bar WORLDWIDE 6th - 7th September Berlin Festival @ Templehof Airport, Berlin 14th - 16th SeptemberLabyrinth @ Naeba Greenland, Japan 13th - 15th September Great American Techno Festival @ Denver USA

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