Thursday, 28 April 2011
Wednesday, 27 April 2011
A Chronicle Journey Through Vinyl, celebrating W11's Musical Heritage.
Music is in the DNA of Portobello. Over the past 100 years musicians have been drawn and inspired by the area. Calypso, Soca, House, Reggae, Pop, Punk, Drum 'n' Bass, Break beat, Dub- an eclectic mix of music has been laid down and played out on these West London streets. Portobello's musical diversity is reflected in its personal record collection; Portobello ReCollection. A public art project by Natasha Mason and Teresa Crawley located on Portobello Rd.
Saturday, 23 April 2011
And geeks ahoy, the Sci-Fi London Film Festival starts Today
Sci-Fi-London celebrates its tenth anniversary this year and with a varied programme that includes premieres, all-nighters, panels and of course the 48 Hour Film Challenge, this looks set to be their biggest year yet.
Running from the 23rd of April to the 2nd of May the festival features a number of interesting films including world and UK premieres. Sitting alongside fiction films such as James Gunn’s Super, the notorious Uwe Boll’s Blubberella and the intriguing Beyond the Black Rainbow, there are documentaries such as Let There Be Light, a film about the making John Carpenter’s Dark Star, and the conspiracy theory doc The Truth is Out There.
Tickets for Sci-Fi-London are now on sale. Head over to the official site for more details.
The London International Ska Festival
Thurs 21st - Sun 24th
Clapham Grand Theatre, London
Thursday, 21 April 2011
Favourite band of this month, TV On The Radio lost its bass player Gerard Smith to lung cancer this morning. He was diagnosed with the disease shortly after the band wrapped up recording their latest album,Nine Types of Light (released April 12)
Tuesday, 12 April 2011
TV On The Radio - Will Do
From upcoming album Nine Types of Light