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The Clash – London Calling From The Westway To The World

Twenty-five years ago, The Clash completed and released their third album, 'London Calling', stepping out from the shadows of Punk, 'London Calling', pushed the boundaries of the genre by embracing the beloved influences of the band's four members.

Grand National Two piece London synth act

The Prince Bonaparte, located within the luxurious and tranquil borough of Bayswater, is the setting for today's intellectual exchange between two of Britain's most innovative and exhilarating song writing partnerships.

Slam Longstanding Scottish dance-act

Their name was inspired by Acid House pioneers Phuture and the dawn of the late 80's and early 90's dance culture that inspired a generation and revolutionised a music scene. 15 years later this revolution has come full circle…

The Mooney Suzuki Rock 'n' roll from NYC

Far away in a land where all amps go up to 11, live The Mooney Suzuki. They are a gentle group, but armed with guitars they are wild and uncontrollable. Descended from 60's Brit Rock and American Garage Rock.

Rob da Bank Radio One DJ and all-round good bloke

2004 is set to be Rob Da Bank's year. The founding father of the groundbreaking Balearic Sunday Best nights, chief A & R man at Sunday Best recordings, Radio One DJ and one half of the genre hopping Lazyboy

Neville Staple The Special One

Neville Staple, he of the baritone voice in the Specials and later The Fun Boy Three, is currently striking out on his own, riding the crest of the ska-revival wave.

DJ Zeph Supertar Santa Cruz DJ

DJ Zeph has been on the West Coast scene for years. He got into DJing through being part of a breaking crew when he was at school in his home town of Santa Cruz.

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