Issue 68

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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2 Issue 68 / 2014 GUESTLIST YOUTUBE CHANNEL "GUESTLIST" INDIE The ever-enigmatic FKA Twigs has announced her biggest UK gig to date playing at London's Roundhouse on February 19th 2015. The Mercury nominated artist will be showcasing material from her critically acclaimed debut album titled LP1. DNB Buffalo Charge is out! Manchester based DnB producer Dub Phizix, who cemented his name on the scene with spectacular releases including 'Never Been' and 'Marka' back in 2012. Buffalo Charge is a truly hard- hitting track featuring excellent bars from Strategy. It's been driving crowds mad all summer, and was released on the 27th of October. HIP HOP/RNB Flying Lotus has just announced the addition of a tour date at the Brixton Academy (O2) in April 2015. A groundbreaking producer, FlyLo's tour coincides with the launch of his fantastic new album, 'You're Dead!' If you weren't lucky enough to get tickets to the Roundhouse show, get in quick for this new date, as tickets will fly out! HOUSE Magna Carta have just announced their New Year's Day party line up and it certainly doesn't disappoint. Artists playing will include Steve Lawler, Huxley, No Artificial Colours and Sidney Charles b2b Santé. We can't wait to experience Magna Carta on NYE- ultimate hedonism! More at Vester Koza Hannah Wants See who has been dropping in with us! Jared of The Dirty Heads WWW.GUESTLIST.NET/TV REGGAE Reggae on the River, America's longest running reggae festival, will return for its 31st edition from the 30th July-2th August in 2015. Previous performers to have graced the ROTR stage include reggae legends like Jimmy Cliff, Bunny Wailer, Toots & The Maytals and The I Three. We can't wait to hear what's in store for next year! GOOD NEWS They may look sweet and innocent, but these girls mean business. Or, as one kid puts it: "What the fuck? I'm not some pretty fucking helpless princess in distress." American "for-profit" (their words) company, posted a video which features five girls, aged six to 13, dressed as princesses asking: "What's more offensive? A little girl saying fuck or the sexist way society treats girls and women?" The children defend the use of language by arguing viewers should be more alarmed by their message than their methods. The video goes on to discuss pay inequality, with one girl saying, "Pay up motherfucker," and another saying, "I shouldn't need a penis to get paid." We think these sassy young girls have got it absolutely spot- on. LITTLE PRIN- CESSES DROP F-BOMBS FOR FEMINISM FCKH8 video showing young girls dressed as princesses while swearing to draw attention to sexism. A flock of sheep in Surrey spent an afternoon stumbling around after making their way through seven large plastic bags of the Class-B drug, worth around £4,000. Nellie Budd, manager of Fanny's Farm, thought someone had abandoned rubbish and said she had "no idea" where the mysterious marijuana came from. Officers took away the remainder of the drugs but said they could face problems finding where they came from because the sheep had eaten so much of the evidence. CANNABIS-EATING SHEEP GET BLAZED OFF £4,000 WORTH OF DRUGS Sheep eat seven large bags full of cannabis that were aban- doned on the edge of their farm Morning Gloryville describe themselves as "an immersive morning dance experience for those who dare to challenge morning culture and start their day in style" They have launched in fifteen cities over the past six months and they show no signs of stopping anytime soon. RAVE YOUR WAY INTO THE DAY! Morning Gloryville invite you to an all out rave be- fore heading to the office! NEWS FLASH

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