Issue 81

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2 Issue 81 / 2015 GUESTLIST inside Anti- estAblishment AppArel Protests are the place to be this month, so if you need a new look to show off, we've got your back with this season's must- have marching gear - think Guy Fawkes masks and megaphones. JAh Cure This is an artist whose next milestone is to become an icon in reggae music. He's delivered smash after smash and collaborated with some of the biggest names in the business. We caught up with him in Paris to find out why he's being spoken of as the future of reggae music. the frontline of peACe In the month when Tony Blair failed to properly apologise for the Iraq War, we ask - are we doing enough to promote peace in the world? We take a look at some of the people taking up the fight against warfare. four tet All nighter The Four Tet all nighter at Brixton Academy showed us there's light at the end of a 'Long Dark Tunnel' for London nightlife. The stripped back approach - cheap tickets, no visuals, big sound system - was a return to the core of British clubbing. loyle CArner live On the second leg of his four-date UK tour, South Londoner Loyle Carner managed to sell out Corsica Studios. We were there to see him captivate his eager audience with expert lyrics, delivered with quality. bAd history In our new feature, we bring you essential enlightenment into world events and explore the things they should have taught you at school. First up, we profile Nigerian political activist Ken Saro-Wiwa, who was hanged in 1995 for leading a protest against Shell's pollution of Ogoniland. online lots of great stuff inside like 2 2 2 p8 p12 p53 p25

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