Issue 74

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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28 Issue 74 / 2015 DNB Whether it's his remix of Eastcolors 'Mad Day' or one of his impressive DJ sets at Hospitality events across the UK, Ed:it is making himself known for all the right reasons. So far he boasts releases on Shogun's SGN:LTD, Blu Mar Ten and most recently Addictive Behaviour. He creates technical drum & bass with a sharp liquid edge. Focussed for the floors, its all heavy rollers laced with deep basslines for that raw industrial vibe. Expect to hear bigger and better things from Ed:it as 2015 goes on. Artist of the Month ed:it Nottingham based Ed Warrener, better known as Ed:it has been catching the attention of a fair few. More @ Chronic Rollers Volume 2 Various Riccochet Reso Mid Mic Crisis DRS Illustrations Various Here's the DnB on our playlist this month: oUr PLAYList dnB news KooLLondon.coM KiLL it with their new shows Kool London introduce a host of new shows! Known for cutting up his amen breaks, the original bad boy Remarc is joined by Eksman and MC Fearless for their new show - Monday Mayhem! This show is on weekly rotation with Chris Intaface who will continue to take you to Liquid Heaven 9-11 on a Monday night. The Jungle Revolution Show with the legendary Congo Natty live and direct from the Kool London studios is on every first Tuesday of the month. This is his first "proper" radio show on Kool London with absolutely no playlist, just how it should be. The Ratpack join Kool London for a regular show on Friday afternoon, 1-3pm, showcasing a mixture of rave music and new material so you get to hear it first. Billy Bunter also has an additional show straight after when he will be showcasing the latest upfront drum & bass and jungle classics, making Fridays a big one in the Kool London schedule. The majority of the old school crowd will be familiar with the name Demolition Cru from events like Elevation and Moondance. The boys have been away for a couple of years but now they're back and will be broadcasting live on Kool London from Sunday mornings between 11am- 1pm. They need no introduction, they have a great history on radio and they can't wait to get started. Old skool from 87-97, expect to hear what the Demolition Cru does best! Munich's own, Rowpieces gives more proof that drum & bass can come in funky flavours with his new track 'Only Rich in Paradise' out on Fokuz Recordings. It has the rolling snares, groosebumpy breaks and soulful vocals, all the elements for that perfect liquid cut. Giving depth to any set that the track may grace, its clear cut precision and blissful melodies will bring a perfect atmosphere to any party, whether that's at your mate's flat or Fabric's room 2. trAcK of the Month rowPieces - onLY rich in PArAdise Rowpieces presses the latest in his fight to prove that drum & bass isn't all about big drops

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