Mon, 01/19/2015 - London E: Prepare for Exciting Upcomings
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    Mallow & Marsh

    Old Street Station, EC1Y 1BE London
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East London Photo Trip
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Hi Gast,
you have:
Goodbye Ruby Thursday

As most of you know Cargo is one of my favourite places to go for live music in East London, and this Thursday they are hosting a really good new band called The Ruby Suns. Expect a textured and utterly dance-able sound with anything from tropical rhythms to pop beats to 80s rock. They are also giving away free tickets in a competition on the Cargo website!
7-11pm, Cargo, EC2

Bright Young Things

I’m a huge fan of East London’s super-cool creative/fashion label Lazy Loaf, and have long been an admirer of their trashy seaside look of bright graphic garments and über-kitsch stationery and accessories. It’ll come as no surprise then that I heart the latest additions to their collection, and my favourite piece, the rainbow coloured racksack. Perfect for getting noticed!

Hip Hop Karaoke

Have you ever wondered why your favorite rap songs are not part of the repertoire of your ordinary karaoke bar? If the answer is yes then this long-running night at The Social is your place to be. Finally you can rhyme to all those classic rap tunes, from Jay-Z via NWA to KRS ONE.

6pm, The Social, W1W

London Living: Rare Books

Looking for a Gutenberg Bible? How about a rare first edition of your favourite book? If those are a bit out of your price range and you just want to browse head over to Magg Brothers Rare Books in Berkeley Square, one of the world’s largest antiquarian booksellers. The actual shop alone is worth a visit; it’s said to be haunted and maintains an olde world feel.

Magg Brothers Rare Books, Berkeley Square, W1
Full Of Energy... could call this art project of the New York Times, where some of the world's top female tennis players were filmed in slow motion. The wow effect is there without question, I'm just undecided if it is 'wow, so muscley' or 'wow, so sexy'. Watch it

Pimp My Ride For The Ladies

To pimp a car is normally more of a male hobby, but the car beautification through car lashes goes better with a car of a female driver. Lashes instead of rear spoiler, more about it here.

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