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  • Players Ball comes to London
    Friday, January 07, 2011 19:37

    On Friday 7th January, Southern Hospitality is very excited to offer you another chance to party with us all night like it’s NYE in ATL. DJs Rob Pursey and Davey Boy Smith will be bringing you the livest bass, buck and bounce anthems from all regions all night, so don’t miss out…

    Friday 7th January
    Upstairs @ The CAMP
    70-74 City Road, EC1Y 2BJ
    Right near Old St tube

    Damien Hirst...Wallpaper?
    Wednesday, February 17, 2010 13:07

    The bad boy of Brit art is back at it again, this time using his signature butterfly print to create wallpaper. Say what you want about Damien Hirst but he definately knows how to merchandise.
    If you have nothing more important to spend your money on, the wallpaper is available to buy through Other Criteria at £675 per roll.

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    Banksy x Mr Brainwash Doc...'Exit through the gift shop'
    Notorious street artist Banksy, has turned his hand to film-making entitled, 'Exit Through The Gift Shop'. It will be the first time the elusive artist, has spoken on camera. Described as "the world's first street art disaster movie", the film first debuted last month at the Sundance Film Festival.

    Exit Through The Gift Shop is due to open in UK cinemas on 5 March.


    Abbey Road Studio up for sale?!

    “Troubled music company EMI Group PLC is talking to potential buyers for Abbey Road Studios, the hallowed London facility where the Beatles did most of their recording, according to a person familiar with the matter.
    The talks are the latest sign of distress at the world’s No. 4 music business, which has floundered since being acquired in a 2007 leveraged buyout by private-equity firm Terra Firma Capital Partners Ltd.
    Terra Firma is attempting to avoid default on a £950 million ($1.49 billion) loan backed by EMI Music, the company’s struggling recorded-music business. It needs to raise more than £100 million from Terra Firma’s investors to keep from defaulting on the Citigroup loan. A sale of Abbey Road—which EMI hopes is worth tens of millions of pounds—wouldn’t have any impact on that effort, a person familiar with the matter said. The transaction is too small to make a difference, and in any case wouldn’t likely be completed in time to boost Terra Firma’s latest fund-raising effort.”

    Continue reading at The Wall Street Journal

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    'WHEN THE SKY FALLS' Shank Theme Song
    Tuesday, February 16, 2010 13:09
    This is the official theme song for the upcoming release of Shank (in cinemas 26th March). As Bashy's first release of 2010 it definitely cements his position as one of the UK's finest. For this release he teams up with Loick Essien again (previously colloborated on Black Boys) and I must say it looks like another hit.


    'Jail Tales'
    Friday, February 12, 2010 14:45
    As part of a new multi-platform project by BBC3 Bashy & Lionesss have put down some words,

    absolutely love what she does, and Bashy definitely puts down


    Thursday, February 11, 2010 10:34
    Described as the UK's Step Up, this film looks quality. An English love film with an urban edge that attempts to examine race and class divide this is definitely worth a try.

    Make sure you check out for release details