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Music-inspired art by Kilford, The Music Painter

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By Ras Kwame in New Art on Thursday 8 March 2012

If your passion is music, but you love visuals too, then you need to familiarise yourselves with Kilford, The Music Painter and his unique approach to art. Described as The Art World’s very own Rock Star, he’s seriously dope.

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Bass Culture: celebrating reggae and British music at SXSW

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By Ras Kwame in New Events on Thursday 8 March 2012

Roll on Bass Culture at SXSW. It’s all about celebrating the influence of reggae on British music as Natty, Little Roy, Rasites, Lady Leshurr, BBC 1Xtra’s Robbo Ranx and more hit the road. The first stop is the world famous and strong contender for my favourite gathering of all time: the SXSW festival in Austin.

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Vivienne Westwood supports Climate Refugees

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By Ras Kwame in New Fashion on Tuesday 6 March 2012

It’s about time fashion made some sense. Big up Vivienne Westwood. The UK’s queen of fashion has gone to great lengths to support Climate Refugees. Through her design of affordable t-shirts for the No Place Like Home foundation, she’s helping raise money for all the people around the world who have abandoned their homes due to severe change in climate: whether it be floods or droughts.

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iMaschine: a cool new beat-making app

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By Ras Kwame in New Music on Tuesday 6 March 2012

I’m banging out the beats with this app and I’m addicted. There’s quite a few mobile beat making apps lurking about, but this one’s the best by far. It’s reminiscent of the constant desk drumming days at school. The kids have got no excuse these days when it comes to self expression. Expect some titanic beats courtesy of […]

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New Pablo Picasso exhibition at the Tate Britain

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By Ras Kwame in New Events on Tuesday 6 March 2012

A masterpiece created in a day? And it’s come to London. Now that’s what I’m talking about. Pablo Picasso’s exhibition at the Tate Britain features the Nude, Green Leaves and Bust. I’ve just been to see it, and it is truly inspirational. The 80 year old masterpiece of modern art is THE most expensive art work ever to be sold at auction. Its mystery bidder bought it for £66 million last year. I’ll grudgingly accept that as a late Christmas present!

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Jack the Ripper inspires Kanye West

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By Ras Kwame in New Music on Tuesday 6 March 2012

Take notes, Kanye! Since the American superstar hit the UK, he’s been retracing the footsteps of the infamous London murderer, Jack The Ripper, for inspiration. Really? Okay, we expect heavy Goth influenced t-shirts with whips and chains attached, plus solo album entitled Watch the Ripper anytime soon. Now, that shizz truly cray.

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