Thursday, 28 July 2011

One Day Festival Sat 30th July

With sunshine finally upon us we invite you to join us at this year’s One Day Festival to celebrate the return of the great British Summer. We will provide the finest vintage clothing, seminal beats via Funktion One Sound and delicious treats for you to eat and drink…tally ho!”
Entry £2 all day and night!
For press, stall or other enquiries email us….details below
Saturday 30th July 2011
12:00 – 21:00
£2 entry all day and night
Vintage and Food market stalls
DJs & Funktion One soundsystem
Fully licensed bar serving Kopparberg cider, beer and Pimms

Friday, 22 July 2011

Madhatters by ACF Coming Soon....

Designs by ACF (Always Cut First)
Hats hand made by Manami Sugita

Thursday, 21 July 2011

Favourite artist of the month :Theophilus London

Theophilus has just given everything you need to know about his upcoming July 19th Warner Bros Recrods debut Timez Are Weird These Days.

Let’s start with the cover shot by legendary New York photographer Jonathan Mannion, which catches Theophilus in what is possibly the trademark pose for the young MC: relaxed, inquisitive, stylish and ready for action. 
Timez Are Weird These Days Tracklisting

1. Last Name London
2. Love Is Real (featuring Holly Miranda)
3. Wine And Chocolates
4. All Around The World
5. She’s Great (interlude)
6. Why Even Try (featuring Sara Quin)
7. Stop It
8. Girls Girls $
9. One Last Time
10. Lighthouse
11. I Stand Alone

You can hear full album stream here 

Theophilus London - Humdrum Town

 Theophilus London - Flying Overseas ft. Devonte Hynes & Solange Knowles

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Thursday, 14 July 2011

Associative Creative Friend: Mhla M. Ncube Book Publishing Event

7 Ways of Getting God to Reveal Himself to You 
Novel By: Mhla M. Ncube
23rd of July 2011@ Westminster Reference Library

Visit for Synopsis

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Folly For A Flyover

On the 24th June, a building will appear in the gap between the East and Westbound traffic of the A12.

Folly for a Flyover will host a six week programme of cinema, performance and play, including boat tours, screenings and drop-in workshops, produced by Assemble CIC in conjunction with CREATE 2011 and The Barbican Art Gallery, with support from muf architecture/art.
Folly For a Flyover is the winner of the 2011 Bank of America Merrill Lynch CREATE Art Award