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Win Dephect Clothing

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To celebrate the release of the Spring/Summer 2010 range from Dephect Clothing, we have teamed up with them to give away some serious wardrobe ammo.

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Graffiti Planet 2 book competition

Graffiti Planet 2 book competition »

We have 3 copies of the book ‘Graffiti Planet 2: More of the best graffiti from around the world’ up for grabs in our competition.

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Win Dephect clothing

Win Dephect clothing »

Dephect clothing are launching their ultra stylish Spring / Summer range for 2009 and to celebrate, we have teamed up with them to offer you the chance to win some goodies.

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Win Mr. Jago ‘Play Nice’ tshirts

Win Mr. Jago ‘Play Nice’ tshirts »

Bristol based artist and seasoned recruit of the urban art and design scene Mr. Jago has a lot going on at the moment. September sees his first solo art show in London and the release of his ‘Play Nice’ clothing range.
We have details of the show and a set of 4 ‘Play Nice’ tshirts [...]

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Best of the beats

Our pick of the best podcasts:

  • The Beat Magistral (Con Anima) (mp3)

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    A massive deep dark flowing mix by Dj Heisa. A beautiful trip through abstract hip hop, jazz, classical and folk music. This man makes classical, jazz and folk music sounds like hip hop. Tracklist at http://bit.ly/1NmgzU »
  • D-Styles and The Glitch Mob (mp3)

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    Another Low End Theory podcast - this one is just amazing! One of the best scratch DJs on the planet backed with the Glitch Mob. Beats are huge, bass looooow and you'll love it. Heavy head nod beats sprinkled with some classic hip hop tracks. A great example of how the LA beat scene is flying. »
  • Glitch Mob mix for XLR8R (mp3)

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    "Long before the LA beat scene threatened to take over the pages of XLR8R, The Glitch Mob was turning heads with its party-starting and hip-hop-informed take on bass music. Now, on the heels of their debut album, Drink the Sea, Ooah, Boreta, and edIT have moved beyond the confines of their Southern California stomping grounds and taken their low-end rumblings to the masses. Fresh off a massive US tour, the boys put together an exclusive mix for the XLR8R podcast, right before they hit the road again for another lengthy run of dates." Link: http://dlrg.co.uk/xl-gm »

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