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Jess Glynne Drops Debut Single "Right Here"

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6A7tKcwMhKc&feature=youtu.be UK soul singer Jess Glynne greets us with the groove that is “Right Here”. With her sultry vocals fused with an unstoppable beat, Glynne is bound to have you running to the nearest dance floor. “Right Here” is three minutes and forty seconds of shoes off and fists in the air, capable of catchi[...]

STUFLY & RAFF Meet "In The Middle"

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I'm In falsetto disco heaven listening to the latest collaboration with Australian electronic/pop instrumentalist STUFLY and London-based vocalist/songwriter RAFF. RAFF may be singing of demons and dark vibes, but we the chills make for an amazing track. Listen to "In The Middle" below. 

Tokio Aoyama's latest exhibition "The Loop" opens Aug 1 at Cre8 Gallery

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Japanese born painter Tokio Aoyama is back this summer with 2nd solo art exhibition entitled The Loop. “The Loop” will showcase Aoyama’s latest surreal psychedelic paintings from his 2013 art series “Dogu.” Through his paintings he creates a mystical landscape that explores music, color, birth, life, transformation, the spiritual world and ancient Japanese m[...]

Loughborough’s pursuit of the latent discovery of self

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Ashes…The crap and treasures left behind in the crevasses of your car… Memories of a past relationship… What remains. All of these things though insignificant in size and perhaps intangible leave behind meaning, a big cluster of emotions, and evidence of existence. Joseph Loughborough’s solo show Deciphering the Ash of Effigies embodies that idea. Exhi[...]

Let Me Set The TONE

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UK based urban pulp iconographer and Art Nouveau cover artist TONE kicked off his solo exhibition at Dock St Market recently (Nov 1). He was kind enough to give us a few words about his bright and graphic inspired works of art. Art Nouveau: You go by the name TONE, tell me about the origins of the name? TONE: Basically as my name is Anthony/Tony i need[...]

Mellow like a cello

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Michael James Bell also known as BAEL is a melancholy type of artist. Mellow like a cello, his work is dark, almost brooding, sensual, and slightly hopeful all at once. Born 1983 in East Yorkshire UK where he's currently based, the self taught artist from East Yorkshire in the UK, has show in various group shows and solo exhibitions across England and curren[...]

TONE's solo exhibition at Dock St Market in Leeds

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UK based urban pulp iconographer TONE kicked off his solo exhibition at Dock St Market recently (Nov 1). He was kind enough to send us a few snaps of the vibe. TONE's bright and graphic inspired art works looked amazing. The show runs through November so if you're in the area make sure to check it out.         &[...]

Takes you to a strange place

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UK songstress Ellie Goulding burst onto the music scene with her sparkly brand of electro pop. Since then she and Skrillex have become an item and besides adopting a similar haircut to his, they have also collaborated a bit. Her sophomore disc Halcyon features a more mature sound with more pensive and personal lyrics. "Don't Say A Word" opens the album wi[...]

It ain't all too bad, but it ain't all too good

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 UK based painter George Morton-Clark just tipped us off with images of his latest paintings. The work continues in his pastiche paintings. Take a closer look at the images below.   On Left: It ain't all too bad On Right: It ain't all too good  on right Early mornings, late nights. 76cm x 102cm oil on canvas Late nights, early mornings. [...]

Unofficial Best of London’s LoveBox 2012 Festival – Sunday Set

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Historically, music festivals like Woodstock and Glastonbury were created to celebrate idealism (one ‘ism that we agree is worth buying into). Lovebox is no different. Add to this idealism the inclusiveness that you find on the best dancefloors and the diversity you find on our capital’s streets and you have the beginnings of a manifesto for a world-class fe[...]

Unofficial Best of London’s LoveBox Festival 2012 – Saturday Set

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Historically, music festivals like Woodstock and Glastonbury were created to celebrate idealism (one ‘ism that we agree is worth buying into). Lovebox is no different. Add to this idealism the inclusiveness that you find on the best dancefloors and the diversity you find on our capital’s streets and you have the beginnings of a manifesto for a world-class fe[...]

Malerei: Painting As Object

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Rudolf Polanszky, Documentation of Compression Spring Paintings', 1983 'If destiny will grant me enough time I shall discover an international language which will endure forever and which will continue to enrich itself… its name will be Malerei [painting]' Hans K Roethel & Jean K Benjamin, 'Kandinsky' (1979) Malerei: Painting As Object investigat[...]

Art and Aesthetic Aces: New Oil Paintings From UK Based Painter George-Morton Clark

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After being away, moving into a new flat and studio UK based painter George-Morton Clark has finally got down to some painting. And from the looks of these new oil paintings George sent over to us, he's up to his same magical tricks. The twist is the shards of an evolved style which now plays off a collage like style he achieves through brushstrokes. [...]

StooShe: Girl Pop That Won’t Give You Cavities

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Normally you might not associate Barbie pink with a crew of girls whose name means either ‘rich girl,’ ‘a girl who thinks she’s nicer than she is,’ or, well, just plain stoned. But StooShe, a girl group borne of Southeast London (which I’m told is usually said by locals as ‘Sowfeese London’) combining pop, soul, and hip-hop vocals makes the color that cove[...]