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Music Is Life favourite songstress Belle’s style is heavily rooted in hip-hop, soul, dubstep and reggae. This enigmatic vocalist has all the laidback sultriness of Erykah Badu, with a pinch of old school soul singers like Etta James and Spanky Wilson. Indeed Heidi Vogel (Cinematic Orchestra) described her as having “fresh, funky neo soul vocals, but with an edge”.

Join Belle and the Wah Wah 45s DJs Dom Servini & Scrimshire spinning reggae, tropical funk, bad-ass boogie, deep soul & feel-good hip hop!!

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Roll up roll up you lacky (lucky) people, as the ever-heavy Aesthetic Sounds are giving you not ONE but TWO fantastic shows within the space of a week!

First up is the ‘In Case You Missed It Carnival show’ ft Choklate & Terri Walker on Monday Aug 30th at Blag Club, Kensal Rd, London, swiftly followed on Thursday the 2nd September by Aesthetic Sounds ‘Live’ ft. Cecilia Stalin at Vibe Bar, Brick Lane, London E1 6QL. Flyers with more information on both events are posted below or check out Aesthetic Sounds on their website MySpace | Twitter


Spotlight Sessions April 8th 2010

As featured on Catch a Vibe: your guide to black culture and going out in London

On April 8th 2010, The Spotlight Sessions returns to London, taking over Vibe Live, upstairs from the mighty Vibe Bar on Brick Lane, holding a night to raise awareness and funds for The WAYout Project

The Line up of musical artists for the night is: Benin City , Shean Williams  Kelli-Leigh , Belle and Shuanise 

The event is hosted by DJ Su-Prize with music supplied by Nemo (Uniq Beat DJs)

You can view photos of previous Spotlight Events here: June 2009 | August 2009 | October 2009

About the WAYout Project:

WAYout is working in Sierra Leone providing educational and production facilities and resources, such as music studios, training in arts and media, and film facilities, providing opportunities to young people which will lead to their progression into music, film and other educational and employment opportunities.

Their current projects include Street to Street, supporting street youth to make video diaries of their lives to communicate with kids in the UK; the WAYout scholarships allowing disadvantaged children to gain scholarships to the country’s only music academy; and the WAYout creative hubs – a series of creative hubs with WAYout Macs set up to support young people to create music and film.

Their new fundraising appeal is ‘A Quid for the Kids’. They are asking for a minimum of £1 per fortnight (so actually 50p per week) – its small, but if all their readers donated this amount then they should be able to open their first centre by the end of this 2010!!

For information on how to set up a direct debit, email them here info@wayoutarts.org. or you can donate at the WAYout website http://wayoutarts.net/

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