Label boss and Grammy-nominated producer DJ Mark Knight shares his seminal tracks – and the stories behind them – from each of the years that have flown by since Toolroom Records became reality back in 2003.
Since it’s Halloween this week, I thought I’d better recommend something scary – and what could be more petrifying than Roald Dahl’s wig-wearing, child-squishing witches?
There’s a very special venue in east London, holding a unique event every month that is a must attend for all the hip-hop heads out there.
Interview with ‘Escape Plan’ star Faran Tahir: ‘There was a boyish competition between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone’
They may have not been active lately, but their star power still stands. If you thought the undisputed kings of the action genre Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone’s fighting days were numbered, then think again.
Ben Westbeech put years of skateboarding to good use when he was asked to record the soundtrack for a special skatefilm for Sony.
If you want to understand the evolution of a teenage-heartthrob, then immerse yourself into Welcome to Paradise: My Journey, Cody Simpson’s tell-all autobiography that charts his origins from “the beaches of Australia to the bright lights of Hollywood.”
Let it be said that no one could accuse AMC’s zombie series of being a programme that plays it safe.
Two steps forward, 10 steps back. That’s not a description of the series’ progress, much like episode four, this week’s dose of Marvel espionage is entertaining stuff, but rather it is a reflection of how good a job Skye does in this episode of losing all her hard-earned brownie points.
This weekend’s agenda features a 30s style jazz speakeasy in Peckham and an evening of entertainment at a Boys’ school in Shoreditch (featuring the kind of school dinners you wished they served back in the day, we kid you not). Plus, there’s contemporary art, a festival of ancient culture and hip-hop manga magic at the Barbican, thanks to the amazing dancers that make up Boy Blue Entertainment. With a weekend like this, we think it’s safe to say there’s rarely a dull moment in this city.
For as long as they have existed, institutions in the UK, which act as crucial pillars of our society, have failed to fully reflect the diversity of Britain. Absent from the Academy is a film which seeks to raise awareness of the lack of Black professors and teachers in academia, discussing the effects of under-representation on current and incoming students, academics and academic culture, and the educational system.
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