The Alife crew have upped some pictures of their New York office furniture..
Check out the ALIFE blog and the whole set: http://blog.alifenyc.com/
Cable hosted the Wheel & Deal Album launch party on Friday. With a heavy weight line up, consisting of an N-Type & Youngsta 90 minute B2B special, Chefal, Seven, Walsh, DJ Madd, Wookie and more it was another sick night.
Can’t hate on the originators…
Not sure when/if it’ll show in the UK. But keep an eye on the site for any info.
On Thursday I Went down to the “One For The Heads” exhibition afterparty at Rhythm Factory. With a line up consisting of Vivek, Crises, Youngsta, Darkside b2b Cryus, Loefah, Tunnidge, Lost and Shivers and no door tax it was a busy night.
Once again last week saw yet another plethora of superb mixes in circulation on the internet.
Out of the ones that I came across I have selected my top 3.
- First off is the latest mix for i-D magazine from BNTL extended family member Moxie.
This mix is fantastic and the eclectic selection has definitely introduced me to a number of new tracks and sounds.
This is 100% one for the iPod!
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Check the i-D magazine feature and interview HERE
- The second mix of the week that caught my ear was Ben UFO’s “Gimme5 Outlook Festival Mix”
This is yet another outstanding mix from one of Rinse FM’s top DJ’s which is crammed to the brim with heaps of exclusives.
All about the last track on this mix for me from Becoming Real ft Trim!
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- The final mix I have chosen this week is from another BNTL extended family member; Motive with February’s version of his monthly mix.
As usual the tracklisting is solid and features a combination of up-front tracks along with those tracks currently causing a reaction in the clubs.
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Puck are a collective of illustrators who are showcasing original work in their first group show, which will be held at East London’s The CAMP from March 3rd until March 16th.
Comprised of Puck illustrators Babycrow, Kristina Grundberg, Robbies Brown Shoes, Samuel Esquire and Patch Keyes, the show is an exciting and playful display of imagination and creativity.
The private view will be a bit of a party too, as they’ll be DJing later on. They say ‘I think you ‘ll see some bold lines, bold colours and bold shapes. Both on paper and on the dance floor.’
Thursday 3rd March 2011 6.00pm – 1.00am
Puck DJS from 9.00pm
The CAMP (City Arts and Music Project)70-74 City Road, EC1Y 2BJ
Tube station: Old Street exit 5
Thereafter the exhibition will be open Friday 4th March to Wednesday 16th March 2011.
Loving bntl like a fat kid loves cake.