Issue 42 -2012

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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4 THE GUESTLIST NETWORK REVIEWS Issue 42 / 2012 NEWS FLASH HIP HOP MF Doom and Madlib announce UK date These guys will be sharing a bill for the first time since 2005 on 12th October at HMV Forum. This is gonna be a sell out so get your tickets NOW! INDIE "Appy" days for Blur fans SLUM VILLAGE @ JAZZ CAFE 22ND JULY T3, Illa J and Young RJ, better known as hip-hop veterans Slum Village blew the crowd away at the Jazz Cafe last month. Reppin' the old school vibe, the trio partied hard and brought us some old classics such as 'Fall in Love' and 'Tainted', they also dropped the Dwele collaboration 'Call me' and the Kanye West produced hit 'Selfish' which got the crowd hyped. This was an epic gig and we managed to catch up with the guys after the show to get the lowdown on Dilla and the rollercoaster ride of the group. DAMIAN MARLEY @ INDIGO2 27TH JULY Damian joined by his brothers Julian and Stephen Marley in celebration of Jamaica's 50th the Jamaican proud crowd and international reggae lovers the second night which Damian was performing showed obvious indication of his popularity here in London. The drums and epileptic lights while the bassline of Damian's new single 'Make It Bun Dem' surges throughout the audience. Then the modestly dressed Rastafarian makes his appearance with all 5ft 10 inches of his dreadlocks. The end ended on a high with Gongzilla coming out to do an encore of his signature song 'Jamrock' and first single with Nas 'Road to Zion'. And when we all thought it was over for real, all three of them came to do a final homage by singing 'Could you be loved'. year of independence. Clearly from ROLL DEEP X NEW ERA X BOX PARK @ BOX PARK, SHOREDITCH 9TH AUGUST The Roll Deep crew graced the sunny upper deck of Box Park this month to promote their new mixtape 'NO COM- MENT STAR'. New Era were giving away selected tickets to those who popped into their Stratford store. We saw the gang spit on the mic, and was also treated with perfor- mances from Jammer, Opi- um, Discarder, Young Kye plus DJ sets from Logan Sama, Karnage, Target and Charlee Brown. With free beer and sunshine, this was a wicked jam with great vibes. Blur have launched their own iPad App to coincide with their comeback this summer. The free program contains remixes, demos and clips from their shows. DRUM & BASS Londons Calling - 18th August V Recordings bring us their 3rd installment of London's Calling at the unique warehouse venue the Bussey Building in Peckham on 18th August. A Jungle Spe- cial with Benny Page, Ruffstuff and more! DUBSTEP Mala's Mala In Cuba album unveiled Mala has just dropped his new album that has been released through Gilles Peterson's Brownswood label. Travelling to Havana with Peterson to record and collaborate with local musi- cians this is one check out. WWW.GUESTLIET.NET/TV Don't forget to check out out TV channel for lost more new interviews and festival videos. Ashley Walters inter- view with The Guestlist Network watch?v=PGquYhrOPKc Hadouken interview with The Guestlist Net- work watch?v=0mLUlfMj4bo Wayward Daughter interview with The Guestlist Network watch?v=pOMP_ baEeIc&feature=plcp YES ... WE GET YOU INTO CLUBS

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