Issue 76

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 Foo Fighters Wembley Stadium 20/06/2015 The Foo's return to Wembley for the first time since their record breaking shows of 2008. And if one of the greatest rock bands of all time, with songs from their new album in tow, isn't quite enough for you, the legendary Iggy Pop and rock upstarts Royal Blood are also on the bill. Looks like this is going to be another one for the history books! HOUSe INdIe HIp HOp reGGae dNB SpeCIaL @ GUeSTLISTdOTNeT / SearCH YOUTUBe fOr GNTV YOUr HOrOSCOpe Rompa's Reggae Shack Red Stripe Rub-A-Dub Club Turntables 21/06/2015 The open deck, vinyl only, rub-a-dub club is back! Food will be served all day, complete with Rompa's rum punch and hot wing challenge, and special guest Trevor Sax will be ensuring that the vibes are on point. Daddy Nature, Steppin Razor and Young Culture will all also be playing and the event is completely FREE. Stush Let's Celebrate Life Brixton Jamm 27/06/2015 After a sold out Valentine's event and a successful Amsterdam weekender, the Stush crew are back at Brixton Jamm with another mammoth night. Grooverider, Kristel Morin, Jumpin Jack Frost, MikeE B, Navigator, BookerT, DJ Reebz, Gary Strife, and Lipton MC all line-up for this road block affair. You'll hear a lot of clicking noises this month that nobody else acknowledges. Don't be deterred, follow your ears and you will be rewarded with a giant flan. A painful will blister will remarkably lead to love. As you stop a fellow runner for a plaster, sparks will fly as they hand it over. Twitter is working well for you this month. You'll get a retweet off a minor celeb, a link to a hilarious cat pic and you'll be able to finally source that lobster you've been after. A cracked mug signals it's time for a career change, mainly because you spill coffee all over the office supply of white paper. Pantaloon is your watch word this month. Buy some jazzy trousers and say the word over and over. You'll be amazed by all the attention Your hayfever goes off the charts this month. To prevent everyone in your office staring at your red eyes and runny nose, don a diving helmet. Stay away from the scales, numbers are not your friend. In fact, neither are words. Communicate only in emojis or morse code this month. 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 Romance is in the air for all Libras this month but only around the Hammersmith area. Head west or cross your fingers and hope for the wind to change. Sep 24 - Oct 23 Libra Staring at the computer screen 10 hours a day will start to strain your eyes, but during a trip to the opticians you will bump into a cute guy with an eye patch. Sight is small price to pay for love. It's not all sunshine and rainbows for you this month - your cereal boxes need stacking and that's a big task. But at least you'll be able to breakfast in peace. Mar 21 - Apr 20 aries Although initially uncomfortable, pinching shoes actually work out well, as a potential employer remarks on your honesty as you cast them aside during an interview You've got a lucky streak coming your way, so capitalise on it by keeping everything crossed, flinging a ton of salt over your shoulders and degreasing your oven. 2 Issue 76 / 2015 GUESTLIST Public Enemy The Roundhouse 27/06/2015 The Roundhouse continues its impressive recent run of acts by welcoming more hip-hop legends to the stage. Public Enemy's show will span all three decades of their politically-aware hip-hop, and seeing Chuck D and Flavor Flav do their thing live, well, it's going to be interesting. Ben Frost and Tim Hecker provide the support for this absolutely massive night. Midsummer Terrace Party The Prince Of Wales 20/06/2015 What better way to celebrate midsummer than with a 12 hour party in Brixton? Things kick off at 5pm with rum on the terrace before the party moves inside, going non-stop until 5am. Henry Wu and his crew play live, bringing house, hip-hop and jazzy vibes, with K15, Alexander Nut, and Al Dobson Jr, are also playing. 20 Years Of Sankeys Studio 338 27/06/2015 To celebrate 20 years of the legendary Sankeys, from Soap to Ibiza, Studio 338 are hosting a massive mini festival, taking place across the terrace, basement, spectrum and car park. Danny Tenaglia takes charge with a very rare extended set with the likes of Argy, X-Press 2, Jozef K, and Greg Vickers also on the line-up.

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