We love Gabicci and this year the iconic Northern Soul brand, proudly celebrate their 40th year in business, since opening their basement door in Maddox St. London back in 1973. To mark the occasion the brand have gone back to its roots and unearthed the archive design books from the very beginning.
Opened in 2010, The Arch London is fast making a name for itself as an exclusive hangout for the rich, famous and Fused! Situated in a peaceful corner of the Marylebone district, the hotel neighbours Bond Street and Hyde Park, as well as Knightsbridge and the Edgware Road. And it spans seven Grade II listed townhouses and two mews homes. CONTINUE READING THIS POST >
For a musician who has previously traded on his overt flamboyance, it may seem a bit risky for Patrick Wolf to strip it back for a wholly acoustic set. However, anyone who has followed the multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter since his debut album ‘Lycanthropy’ in 2003 will know that Wolf doesn’t need the electronic elements that have helped shaped his discography; in a live setting, the talented troubadour proves he’s the real deal by stripping it back and showcasing his voice, his poetry and his musical talent completely free of beats.
We have a pair of tickets to Hollie’s launch party on 17th April at The Bush Hall in London as well as Hollie Cook/Prince Fatty goodie bags including a signed exclusive CD. All you need to do is ‘like’ or new page on Facebook. Easy! Hollie’s new album ‘Hollie Cook In Dub’ is out on the 21 May through Mr Bongo.