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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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BIG NIGHTS OUT Camden Rocks Festival Various venues 30/05/2015 The most rock & roll one dayer of the year returns to Camden, with 200 bands playing across 20 venues. A secret headliner is yet to be announced, but the line- up includes a mix of new and established acts - Funeral For A Friend, Little Comets, Modestep, Black Spiders, Turbowolf, Glen Matlock, the list goes on. If you're into indie, you need to be in Camden. HOUSe INdIe HIp HOp reGGae dNB SpeCIaL @ GUeSTLISTdOTNeT / SearCH YOUTUBe fOr GNTV YOUr HOrOSCOpe Legends Of Reggae 2015 UK Tour The Troxy 31/05/2015 Hosted by Daddy Ernie and Bobo El Numerou, the Legends Of Reggae Tour offers up live performances from the likes of Gyptian, Queen Ifrica, Ken Boothe, Leroy Sibbles, and Chaka Demus And Pliers, all backed by a live band. If you consider yourself a reggae fan, this is the chance for you to catch icons of the genre doing their thing at one of the capital's best venues for live music. Fabriclive: Playaz, Hazard, LTJ Bukem & Hatcha fabric 29/05/2015 Once again Fabriclive have curated a stellar drum and bass line-up. Playaz are taking over Room 1 with a 2 hour set from DJ Hype, and support from Hazard, Pascal and Potential Bad Boy. LTJ Buken, Utah Jazz and Madcap are on duty in Room 2, and Hatcha goes all night long in Room 3, with Crazy D on hand to help out. Venus is waxing which means luck is on the way in. Not winning the lottery kind of luck, but finding an extremely shiny pebble is something to shout about. This is not a good month for investments. Keep your money wrapped in a sock inside a casserole dish and play the waiting game. As the moon wanes your romantic prospects take a turn for the best. Capitalise on this good fortune by wearing snazzy clogs to the supermarket. The offers will roll in. It's going to be a hectic one this month so you need to prep. Buy ten blocks of cheddar, make sure everything on your desk is perpendicular, and trim your fringe. You'd be wise to engage with something other than your refrigerator this month, or it'll be another Bank Holiday with just jam for company. As Venus enters your sign, office politics rears its ugly head. Diffuse the tension by wearing a chicken suit to work. If you're feeling a bit down, go and take a lap round your office car park. The walk will clear your head and spur you own to finally invest in a unicycle. Feb 20 - Mar 20 pisces Oct 24 - Nov 22 Scorpio May 22 - Jun 22 Gemini Jul 24 - Aug 23 Leo Jan 21 - Feb 19 aquarius Jun 23 - Jul 23 Cancer Dec 22 - Jan 20 Capricorn Apr 21 - May 21 Taurus Nov 23 - Dec 21 Sagittarius Aug 24 - Sep 23 Virgo The stars align for you this month - grapes will go on offer at the shops, your cat will stop hating you, and you'll finally be able to open your desk. Sep 24 - Oct 23 Libra Birds are not your friends this month. If you wear green, they'll think you're a tree and try to nest amongst your hair. Dress in clashing colours to avoid becoming a bird sanctuary. Yellow is making a comeback this month. Go head to toe lemon and watch your career prospects explode. You'll attract a load of bees, but it's worth it. Mar 21 - Apr 20 aries Beware of all condiments this month. A bit of ketchup on a chip may seem innocent at the time, but could cause a dodgy looking rash. Nobody needs that. An overeager high five between you and a colleague will result in a trip to the hospital. Avoid any positive show of emotion, unless you like having your hand in plaster. 2 Issue 75 / 2015 GUESTLIST Wu-Tang Clan O2 Academy Brixton 04/06/2015 Following the huge success of the Wu Tang 20th anniversary tour, and with RZA and Raekwon having patched up their differences, the hip hop legends return to the capital with their brand new album A Better Tomorrow. Expect rap classics and new material from the hugely influential collective, and get ready for Brixton to blow up when the entire orginal crew (minus the late Ol' Dirty) take to the stage. Black Butter Records 5th Birthday Electric Brixton 29/05/2015 Black Butter Records are turning five in style at the end of the month with their biggest party to date. The line-up is being kept firmly under wraps, but expect an epic selection of artists from the Black Butter family. Having held a sell-out NYE party at Electric Brixton, BB have once again turned to the venue for this extra special night. We may be thin on details, but we can for certain, you won't want to miss this! Krankbrother present Day and Night Terrace Party TBA 30/05/2015 Krankbrother are back with a 14 hour party in the heart of East London. Starting outside in the sunshine (hopefully!), proceedings will take over two rooms after dark. Ellen Allien is on call for her first London date of the summer, with Tim Sweeney, Tom Demac and Wolf Music also lining up. This one's going to be big, see you on the terrace!

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