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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32 HOUSE / TECHNO Dystopia @Rhythm Factory MARTIN SOLVEIG ARTIST OF THE MONTH Issue 42 / 2012 Dystopia, a movement which tries to support and reinforce the underground electronic music and visual art scene in London. The cast is highlighted by The Black Dog who are universally respected, not least for their classic 'Bytes', 'Spanners' and 'Radio Scarecrow' albums, which literally created new fields of music. Their innovation is grounded in previous genera- tions of artists and musicians, to the beats, the Bohemians, and further back. Also, Andy Stott, blessed with an ear for space, has transitioned from making high-quality dub techno to releasing a singular and more adventurous strain with an approach that favours leaden tempos and unsettling, sample-based textures. Having experienced the developing techno landscape during his adolescence and landmark performances from the likes of Richie Hawtin and Derrick May, he began to take his first tentative steps towards music production. Support will come from Mime, XI, Mr.F and Malkavath. Imagery throughout the night will be courtesy of Anomalous Visuals. The evening will begin with an exhibition showcasing the distinct work of Sarah Janes, Brendon Fraser and Rachael Crozier. The French man has come back this summer to present his new production called "A Summer Night Out". Preceded by the massive success of "Ready 2 go" or "Hello", the new work from the French producer arrives this summer determined to become a massive hit. "A Summer Night Out" is the latest EP from his album titled "SMASH" is a modern day masterpiece, full of pure fun, frivolity and all capped off with timeless trademark 12 NEW RELEASES THE JUNGLE / PLAYA Ali Love (NO.19 MUSIC) STRANGE LOVE EP Michael Mc Lardy (FLUMO RECORDINGS 037) LEVITATE VA (HOUSESESSION RECORDS) GOT MYSELF TOGETHER VA (VAMOS MUSIC) SHADES EP Retrac (INDIGO RAW) THE PARTY HAS COME DJ Exodus, J Nitti, Dynamik Dave (HOTFINGERS) sounds. Involving the unpayable talents of Dragonette, Bloc Party front man Kele, Sunday Girl and US whirlwind DEV. This al- bum brings Martin to new and vertiginious heights. Everything the man comes up to, he does with the same intensity and energy that has spanned his whole career. He has an innate ability to make each and every per- son in a dance floor feel welcome, invited and free of inhibitions. At the end of the day this boils down to one thing, Martin Solveig is one of the most exciting and tal- ented performers in the world. OTHER COLOUR Satoshi Fumi, Electricano, Antifish (SPRING TUBE) BLISS EP Franklin De Costa (RESOLUTE) WHO'S THAT GIRL EP James Pople (FEAST RECORDS) STARDANCER EP Les Schmitz, Alex Del Amo (HED KANDI RECORDS) NANDALA VA (PACHA RECORDINGS) IN A FUNKY SPACE VA (TIMEWARP MUSIC)

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