Tuesday, 30 March 2010
Monday, 29 March 2010
Peers in the House of Lords say the plan to leave behind FM and AM could backfire when between 50 and 100 million analogue radios become largely redundant and around 20 million car radios stop working, unless they are converted.
The Communications Committee's findings suggest there is "public confusion and industry uncertainty" about the switchover, illustrating its point by insisting that many consumers are still buying analogue radios, even though they will soon become museum pieces.
They have warned of a "major public reaction" against the proposal, particularly when people realise that only 1% of all cars can receive digital, even though 20% of all radio listening takes place on the road.
There are serious concerns about how the elderly or members of disadvantaged communities will cope with the change. The report also criticises the decision to close 6 Music and the Asian Network, suggesting it sends out the wrong signal to listeners.
"No-one can be satisfied with the present position. There is an urgent need for clarity which was emphasised by almost all those who gave us evidence. No way forward is entirely painless but at the very least the public deserve to know what is being planned," stated the committee.
Monday, 22 March 2010
Sunday, 21 March 2010
Choice FM sounds just like Kiss 100 and that sounds like a rubbish mixture of BBC Radio 1 and Capital FM. I think it was only the other day where i heard 3 Lady Gaga tracks 2 Ndubz and 3 Chipmunk tracks in the space of an hour, its not like theres only a handful of artists in the world
oh and that damn Bedrock track..okay now i bet that some of you are thinking why don't you just go on youtube or plug in an mp3...well i could'nt be bothered at all =]
Friday, 19 March 2010
Israeli students take a break from their studies to master the art of joint rolling. . . . so no damn more!
Monday, 15 March 2010
Friday, 12 March 2010
Monday, 8 March 2010
Monday, 8 February 2010
Sunday, 7 February 2010
Friday, 5 February 2010
IN MY DAY (now i feel like a very old man) we had some serious cartoons, like proper serious, ones like Doug, Sister Sister, X-men (the original one), Rugrats (when they were babies)
I do love the 90s!
have the new TEE
Tuesday, 2 February 2010
Thursday, 28 January 2010
Monday, 25 January 2010
Friday, 22 January 2010
This year there is a change of venue, its been at Cargo but now its going to be at Scala....i hope its just as good!
THE DOCTOR’S ORDERS PRESENTS
J-DILLA CHANGED MY LIFE
A night in tribute to the life & work of a true Hip-Hop genius.
7pm-Midnight Sunday 7th February 2009
@ Scala, 275 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross, London N1 9NL
Minimum donation £5 in advance or on the door.
£30 VIP Tickets grant exclusive access to VIP bar and balcony & include an exclusive J-Dilla T-Shirt & CD.
Advance tickets from
www.ticketweb.co.uk / 08444771000.
All proceed from the night will be donated to the J-Dilla Foundation & Lupus UK
DJs performing for free on the night in loving memory are…
Shortee Blitz (Kiss FM / Extended Players)
Mr Thing (BBE / Extended Players)
Spin Doctor (The Doctor’s Orders)
Sarah Love (1xtra / MTV)
Marc Mac (4Hero / Visioneers)
DJ LoK (Dilla breaks set)
Bruce Wayne (Unreleased beats set)
Room 2 hosted by
Hip-Hop Karaoke Dillaoke Special & Livin’ Proof.
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
01 Ci'iy Life Feat. Tranqill
03 Winds From The North
04 Black Broadway Feat. X.O
05 Brain Wash Remix Instr.
06 Riiight Feat. Stik Figa
07 Carry On instr.
08 The Warm Up Feat. Homeboy Sandman
09 Queue With No Coat
10 60901 Instr.
11 All Because She's Gone Instr.
12 It's Over Feat. Tranqill
13 Blizzard Of 09
But just incase u havent heard
heres the link to Odd Summer
Oddisee - Odd Summer Ep
Saturday, 16 January 2010
Thursday, 14 January 2010
On The Real
Bringing you true school Hip-Hop & Soul
from Prince & Premier to Motown & Mos Def
9pm - 4am Friday 19th February 2010
@ Plan B, 418 Brixton Road, London SW9 7AY
£5 in advance through ticketweb.co.uk / 0844-477-1000
£7 ON THE GUESTLIST HOLLA AT JUSTYN SOCKZ NEBULON!!!!!!
£10 on the door
Klashnekoff performing live
With Resident DJs
Shortee Blitz (Kiss FM / Extended Players)
DJ MK (Kiss FM / Extended Players)
Spin Doctor (The Doctor's Orders)
Snuff (Speakers Corner / End Of The Weak)
Hosted by MC Prancster
& Trill London hosting Room 2
The Doctor’s Orders are experts at keeping away the winter blues and for this February special they are bringing a little Caribbean heat to South London’s No.1 Hip-Hop party with a special live appearance from Klashnekoff.
He is joining the UK’s strongest line up of resident for what is sure to be another incredible night of the real soul and Hip-Hop sounds that havs seen this and all The Doctor’s Orders events grow from strength to strength.
Klashnekoff first came to prominence as a member of the much respected Terra Firma crew but it is when he broke through on his own through 2004’s “The Sagas of Klashnekoff” that his light really started to shine! With club banger “Murda” receiving mass support from every DJ worth his salt this was just another step in what has become one of the most exemplary careers in UK Hip-Hop. Mixing emotional beats with thought provoking rhymes his distinctive style that is distinctly British while nodding to his Jamaican heritage and has seen him much in demand working with Hip-Hop’s top table including Just Blaze, Mobb Deep, Ghostface, Kano to name a few. He will be bringing all of that style and swagga to the Plan B stage for a trade mark roof raising set.
Shortee Blitz is a shining light of the Hip-Hop scene in the UK. Whether supporting traveling US stars, holding it down on one of his weekly Kiss FM show or tearing the roof off clubs all over the globe one thing is for certain and that is that this MOBO award winning DJ is always going to be spinning with a smile on his face. Even more so now he is a resident at for a night dedicated to the Hip-Hop & Soul styles he truly loves.
DJ MK first came to prominence through his now infamous mid 90's mixtapes that are still the prize possessions of those wise enough to keep their tape decks well oiled. They now represent the blueprint for the sounds that MK will be spinning at this new night. When away from his day jobs as Roots Manuva's DJ & as Kiss FM's Thursday night Hip-Hop DJ extraordinaire he will be found doing what he does best, rocking crowds with the sounds of his beloved Hip-Hop.
Spin Doctor is the driving force behind the phenomenal success of The Doctor's Orders and while not planning domination of the UK's party scene is most at ease behind a set of decks. The early influence of his 5 older brothers and sisters record collections developed into an obsession with soul tinged music of all styles which he uses to this day when treating dance-floors to his fearless sets of party platters.
Trill is hosted by a pair of brothers that are some of London’s hungriest and most knowledgeable promoters. Their night is dedicated strictly to West Coast and Dirty South
Hip-Hop from Crunk to G-Funk. With residents including
Hip-Hop Karaoke’s Rob Breezy with offers the perfect room 2 alternative for those that want to get crunked up!
For more information, photos, guestlist, etc please contact
Rod Gilmore: firstname.lastname@example.org 0207-833-9544
Tuesday, 12 January 2010
Monday, 11 January 2010
Sunday, 10 January 2010
The annual dance and electronica festival returns to the Roundhouse with a warm-up weekend for Sonar 2010. The night will feature past Sonar artists plus a preview of some of the artists who will perform at the Barcelona festival in 2010. DOOM and Laurent Garnier have just been announced to headline - see below for more details.
“A Taste of Sónar” London / Friday March the 5th 2010
A key figure in hip-hop, in Europe for the first time
DOOM is the new alias of the New York producer and rapper Daniel Dumile Thompson, who has previously worked under various pseudonyms including MF DOOM, VIKTOR VAUGHN, DANGER DOOM (with Danger Mouse) and MADVILLAIN (with Madlib). An essential figure for those with a taste for underground hip-hop on an outlandish tip, he always hides behind a Doctor Doom style villain's mask.
“A Taste of Sónar” London / Saturday March the 6th 2010
A new album by a classic among classics
The second name to give a shine to “A Taste of Sónar” London is Laurent Garnier, who will be presenting live the material from his latest album, “Tales of a Kleptomaniac” (PIAS, 2009), on which the renowned French producer experiments with various styles of electronic music including techno, dub and jazz-house.
The Red Bull Music Academy will present a line up of fresh emerging talent to perform in the Studio Theatre.
Expect all time dancefloor classics, striking multimedia performances and some more surprises.
Friday 5 March: £28
Saturday 6 March: £28
Weekend Tickets (valid for Friday and Saturday): £50
Saturday, 9 January 2010
Friday, 8 January 2010
Thursday, 7 January 2010
its called 'The Sea'
im actually going to go to HMV and buy a album *then the roots new album and Black Milk's one(s)*
I play basketball, wear Nike, and Blazers are the dopest sneaker ever! ever, ever, ever, ever!
they are comfortable as f**k, look sexy ( i have a sneaker fetish) but anyway
from SB Blazers to Blazer Hi Premuims BLAZERS ARE THE SHIZZLE!