Monday, 15 March 2010

Sorry for the lack of posts recently.. been a bit busy working. Here's some new Klashnekoff from his new album Back to the Sagas. Available at when released on April 12th from HERE.

Saturday, 13 March 2010

Last night out before South America.

In attendance.. Trim, tali, trimvan, shankvan, trimble, trim's tall, trim's kl, trim trim cheroo, trimski, trimvan helsing, badboy trimothy..

Saturday, 6 March 2010

Jankrows Mindout

Just been listening to the new Klashnekoff album (Back to the Sagas) promo cd. It's sounding pretty good. Good to see him back performing again these days too - Klash was away for too long. Check this..

Theory of Rhyme

Fliptrix is making some very sick and on point UK hip hop. Check the link below and get down to his album launch next Friday at Vibe Bar, Brick Lane. The album features collaborations with the likes of Jehst and Verb T - definitely worth listening to.

Monday, 1 March 2010

6 hour missions.

Clifton Suspension Bridge

Some 6 storey Georgian mansions near the uni.

The People's Republic of Stokes Croft is an organisation set up to help improve living conditions and the social environment within this historically neglected area of the city. As most mini-driving, Starbuck-drinking students do, it is very easy to overlook and ignore such parts of town. They are missing a treat. The area thrives with activity and is entrenched with multiculturalism. Graffiti, squats, eco-gardens, independent shops, record stores - reminded me a lot of Berlin. As the PRSC describe the area, its Bristol's cultural centre.

Cheers Ciaran for the camera and all the Bristol crew for a very big night at Dojos.

Sunday, 28 February 2010

Real talk!


From approximately 1975 through 1987 Naji Al-Ali created cartoons that depict the complexities of the plight of Palestinian refugees.

Naji Al-Ali wrote: “The child Handala is my signature, everyone asks me about him wherever I go. I gave birth to this child in the Gulf and I presented him to the people. His name is Handala and he has promised the people that he will remain true to himself.

Handala was born ten years old, and he will always be ten years old. At that age, I left my homeland, and when he returns, Handala will still be ten, and then he will start growing up. The laws of nature do not apply to him. He is unique. Things will become normal again when the homeland returns.

I presented him to the poor and named him Handala as a symbol of bitterness. At first, he was a Palestinian child, but his consciousness developed to have a national and then a global and human horizon. He is a simple yet tough child, and this is why people adopted him and felt that he represents their consciousness."