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Indian E-music – The right mix of Indian Vibes… » Rachel Preece


Ready for the Weekend?

Delivered... Rachel Preece | Scene | Mon 5 Sep 2011 6:49 pm
We get the low-down on one of the most interesting movies this year with director Andrew Haigh

Weekend was the darling at this year’s SXSW festival. Opening alongside Duncan James’ highly-anticipated Source Code – a tough film to be up against; the low-budget British movie triumphed – and the praise continues. Two men meet in a club on a Friday night and enjoy an alcohol fuelled one-night-stand. Their chance encounter matures into an intense bond and their lives become entwined. Passionate, gritty dialogue and intimate, the film has picked up film prizes throughout the US – and soon, it will come to Europe.

Don’t sleep with mean People

Delivered... Rachel Preece | Scene | Fri 29 Jul 2011 5:12 pm

Baba Brinkman performs what has become known as lit-hop. Currently on stage with The Rap Guide to Evolution at the Soho Playhouse in New York, Brinkman has been pulling in the crowds since his well-reviewed adaptation of Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales at the Edinburgh Fringe. Electronic Beats caught up with the Canadian troubadour to talk inspiration, evolution and group selection.

Was your primary aim with the Rap Canterbury Tales / The Rap Guide to Evolution to teach? Or was it something that was borne out of fun?

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