Issue 45 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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8 GUESTLIST BIG NIGHTS OUT Grin Recordings Macy Gray @ KOKO Radio @ The Roxy Every Thursday The informal basement bar and club located just off of Tottenham Court Road offers the best indie tunes, cheap drink offers and a friendly atmosphere. For all the greatest classic indie tracks from The Smiths all the way through to Primal Scream, The Roxy is the place to be. With exceptionally cheap priced entry, especially for those who take advantage of the £1 entry offer when signing up online, The Roxy is the perfect place to start your weekend early to the very best guitar tunes the indie world has to offer. 28 November Grammy Award-winning artist Macy Gray will be performing Talking Book in full at Camden's heritage November 28th. Her latest album is a 'love letter' to Stevie Wonder, which consists in a re-imagined version of Wonder's timeless album, Talking Book - out the 30th October - coinciding with the 40th anniversary of the original recording. The artist pointed out that: "This is not a tribute album or concert; it's a love letter and a big thank you card on record and on stage." venue KOKO, on Stevie Wonder has had a huge influence on her music. During the show, Grey will also perform some of her classics. Skankers presents a@ O2 Academy, Bristol 1st December Following last year's success, the old mates DJ Sly and MC Shaydee are partnering again to headline a party that will please the most exigent of Drum&Bass fans. Skankers brings once more to Bristol's O2 Academy, the Most Wanted best beats with the likes of Logan D and Evil B, Grooverider and IC3, Sub Zero B2B Majistrate and Nicky Black Market amongst others. DJ Sly and MC Shaydee started partnering in early 90s in a pirate radio station, until they moved to Kool FM in London. Both are members of The Shadow Demon Coalition, whom are making lots of noise on the UK DnB circuit. already Showcase @ Westbourne Studios, 242 Acklam Road, Notting Hill 24th November Looking to promote the very best in underground House music, Grin Recordings will showcase a range of event in Notting Hill. The digital label, which was created by a group of DJs and producers from South West London, has the sole purpose to support upcoming talent that is emerging on the House scene, as well as continuing to promote more established artists. To this end, their showcase event will feature Mark Batch, So Called Scumbags and Cole Jonson, who will no doubt bring the label's unique sound, which has been influenced by the rapidly evolving House, Electro, Techno and Progressive sounds found in the UK, Europe and Ibiza. their artists at this YOUR HOROSCOPE Jan 21 - Feb 19 Aquarius formulate thoughts and opinions. Therefore you will follow horoscopes. You are unable to your own Jul 24 - Aug 23 Leo who had tribal tattoos were consider godshites. Pick something else. Even the tribal men Feb 20 - Mar 20 Pisces Wham! say, you cannot put into anyone's heart. You'll need a defibrillator. Contrary the 'boom boom' Aug 24 - Sep 23 Virgo vendetta marathon to smite any middle class non-Afro-Carribean Latino person using the phrase 'Be all like' or 'Trippin'. You will go on a or to what Label In:Motion : Annie Mac Presents… @Motion, Bristol 24th November Radio DJ Annie Mac, the host of Radio 1's show The Mash Up, spent her career discovering new talents. To put them all together, she created 'Annie Mac Presents' parties four years ago - you can't miss iTunes No.1 new album Annie Mac Presents 2012. From the existing musical medley, Mac selected the dubstep titans: Magnetic Man, Rudimental (live), RedLight, set), Dubious and Vii.Y. event, to perform in Motion club - accompanied by Disclosure (Dj for this herself, and to create a blow-up spectacle. The show is part of the AMP: The UK All The Way tour, which will also take place in Glasgow, Manchester Bournemouth. Annie Mac and Troy Ellis & The Hail Jamaica Reggae Band 7 December 2012 - Bath City F.C, Bath, UK A real treat for all Reggae fans is this collaboration between Troy - a true Jamaican music soul with the appetite to sing and dance as much as the audience, and Hail Jamaica. The two have joined, along with seven acknowledged friends, to raise the bar of Reggae music. This is a concert that promises the best of reggae - sit back, chill out and live for the moment. Tickets will be available soon, so watch out and don't miss it! Issue 45 / 2012 BY FIN CAREW - FOLLOW ON TWITTER @FINCAREW Mar 21 - Apr 20 Aries brick road. According to Google Maps, it's a State Highway. Follow the yellow Apr 21 - May 21 Taurus Truman Show, they'd have to inject some major nice characters kids from acting like total wankers. If your life were the to Sep 24 - Oct 23 Libra upbeat will people weight. Being quirky not look past and help your Oct 24 - Nov 22 Scorpio phone will condemn you to hell. Just wait. Your touch screen dissuade May 22 - Jun 22 Gemini about Justin Bieber to judge him fairly. So become more judgemental. You don't know enough Jun 23 - Jul 23 Cancer It'll make it harder for God to be mad at you for not believing in him. Do something good. Nov 23 - Dec 21 Sagittarius a tourist to stand on the correct side of the escalator using a cricket bat. Patiently remind Dec 22 - Jan 20 Capricorn a tuft of public hair protruding out of the top of your underwear. Something for the ladies. Lesbians also welcome to this tip. Guys - try leaving INDIE HIP-HOP DRUM AND BASS HOUSEHOUSE DUBSTEP REGGAE - DUB

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