Wednesday, 28 April 2010
Tuesday, 27 April 2010
Monday, 26 April 2010
Sunday, 25 April 2010
Friday, 23 April 2010
The Vibrations - Shake it up
It's been a minute since we last did a 'RGF'. So here we are with a rare groove classic, a tune that is also very sought after on 7".
Long live vinyl!
Wednesday, 21 April 2010
I bought this piece of artwork about two years ago from Nelly Duff and as you can see the message portrayed is very relevant and appropriate.
'Use your vote' and make that difference. You can do so on the 6th May 2010, because if you don't the unthinkable just might happen.
This piece of artwork was created by Dave the Chimp go check him out.
1) Witness - Roots Manuva
2) Police and Thievs - Junior Murvin
3) Michael Jackson - PYT
4) Huggin & Kissin - Fred Everything
5) Jupiter Room - Digitalism
Check out DJ Ayr One's latest offering. A nolstalgic and immense Four to the floor set.
DJ Ayr One - In the Mix Part 3 (four to the floor) by TURN OFF THE RADIO
Tuesday, 20 April 2010
Peterborough's pop duo Scott McEwan and Glockenshiels not only steal candles but, have just stolen over forty minutes of my life that I am never going to get back. Am I complaining? Absolutely not.
The spectacle wearing pair have just released their debut album and what an endearing effort it is. Think 'The Bird and The Bee' meets 'The Magic Numbers' . It's a massive, heap of uplifting pop, a definite well timed release for the pending summer.
There is a reoccurring theme of death, however, this is not a morbid album it's quite the opposite and with track entitled We're All Gonna Die (Have Fun). The message is simple, enjoy yourselves.
I definitely enjoyed this album and no doubt you will too. Stand out tracks are 'Sharks and Bears' and 'Catching wasps'.
This album, Sunshine and Other Misfortunes, is certainly not unique but it is bittersweet and bright and worthy of a listen.
TOTR rating: 3/5
Thursday, 15 April 2010
Wednesday, 14 April 2010
Tuesday, 13 April 2010
Monday, 12 April 2010
Where: Underbelly, Hoxton Square
When: 14th April
Time: 7pm-2am (clubnight form 10-2am) Pulse is on at 9:15
Price: £10, But there is unlimited £6 guestlist for those that come before 9pm
Thursday, 8 April 2010
Tuesday, 6 April 2010
The East End Film Festival showcases hot new talent and homegrown films alongside larger independent releases and special events, informing and inspiring a new generation of filmmakers and audiences from across London and beyond, and raising the profile of this vibrant and diverse area - London’s East End.
One of the films to be premiered during the film festival is 'The Rime Of The Modern Mariner'. A new documentary film about the London Docks in the uniquely atmospheric church setting of the Hawksmoor Church of St Anne’s at Limehouse.
‘The Rime of the Modern Mariner’. directed by journalist Mark Donne and narrated by musician Carl Barat, focuses on what happened to the culture, community and folklore of the London Docks - for hundreds of years the watery capital of a maritime nation and the largest port on earth until its closure in the late 1960’s left an entire way of life sucked into a vacuum.
The Rime of the Modern Mariner will be premiered on Friday 23rd April to book tickets click here.
I've been watching this TV programme religiously and I love it. However, I think I love Louis more (just a tad more).
It's all about him (just him) and how he still has the ability to dance and how fabulous he is. Believe it or not he still does have the ability to dance but I can just imagine how much of a twat he must be in reality.
Check out his best bits.
Monday, 5 April 2010
Saturday, 3 April 2010
I'm kinda feeling this tune, it has similar elements to Dizzee's bonkers and no doubt it's going to be a big summertime hit in its own right.
Hat's off to Lethal. Potential UK No.1 who know's?
Thursday, 1 April 2010
1) John Mayer - Daughters
2) Mya - Now or Never
3) Nouvelle Vague - God save the queen
4) Pete Rock - I Originate
5) Machine Drum - Conconcon