It’s been a very bleak few years for skateboard print magazines, but luckily we have Grey – a real Phoenix from the ashes. In its small form size its super easy to grab from your local skate store an read on the go. Always packed with the interviews you wanna read an shots you need to see. Grey magazine have been a truly essential part of the UK scene for the past few years, an it shows with this brilliant retrospective
Here’s to another five more amazing years of Grey!!!
In todays day world of USB stick playlists and lip syncing, it’s getting hard to tell what really is ‘live’ music? This goes doubly for electronic shows, where some of the most popular ‘acts’ consistently pump out pre-baked shows for extortionate price tags. Luckily we still have acts like Four Tet, currating ridiculous line-ups for honest prices while also pioneering a truly live electronic experience – a unique journey through the sound and vision of Kieran’s music.
Four Tet’s show last night at the Institute of Contemporary arts was a prime example of this, a simply beautiful electronic a/v show like nothing I’ve seen before; A perfect matrix of lights dancing to the sounds of his latest piece Morning/Evening sprinkled with classic tunes along the way.
Warm Up In The Woods is a woodland-based rave put on by the Warm Up crew.
“As a brand Warm Up is very dedicated to representing melodic techno and electronica. Expect deep progressive grooves and lush warm melodies from our residents and friends”
WUITW 2 was my first warm up event, it was such a special morning and epic party – The vibes were happy, uplifting and deeply felt by all. The deep, melodic branch of techno that the warm up crew radiate brings a real sense of unity and oneness with the music, nature and everything. Progressing to deeper groves throughout the early morning through sunrise, Aidan kept the crowd on a heart string powering through in to the new day.