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Should he persist in the rather ungentlemanly practice of guarding the pot thusly, he risks the wrath of countless predecessors, some of which are quite sturdy and formidable. In a particularly controversial event, one member of the Christian Union presented a long monologue in which he made a sweeping attack of Atheism.

Although their diverse supernatural beliefs are unconvincing to me, I am impressed by their community spirit, their positive outlook on life, and their considerable generosity. The new club will not simply be antagonistic to religious believers.

Instead it has been given a broad remit, allowing it to explore any challenging issues that interest freethinkers of the college. The Community could broach many pressing topics, and perhaps it could help revive the college populace from its near-fatal state of apathy.

Traditions Dear Dave, Apologies in advance for being a whiney old fart, but does anyone else feel as I do about the current state of the Union Pots? They catalog notable members of Union folklore for the past century. I know of several pots which have not been engraved for more than a year Council Chair being a notable example. One Deputy President, who as the only current 2 year DP should remain nameless, has taken to storing the.

Yours sincerely, Bob the Builder Name and department supplied. Send your letters to felix ic. That and the Apple store. You see, as a student, you should be minding the pennies, as apparently most stuff.

Like food, washing products the stuff your mum gets you for Christmas and most importantly beer, clothes and tickets. So how do you cobble together the money to afford that latest, must-have pair of shoes? Or that extra pint, or that pizza? By saving money on the rest of your clothes of course!

The best thing about living in south west London is that the quality of clothing in the charity shops is much better than average. Until you wash them. In other words, you get to enjoy yourself and get a fantastic bargain, whilst helping out the unfortunate. Of course it would be better just to donate, but altruism really is dead nowadays. Amongst those with no money of course.

So next time you want clothes, take a gander at the fabulous stuff in a charity shop NB: She had a wicked time. Not until now, anyway. The performances put before me, by these substandard village drama society actors in the film reel of university life, are comparable to movie-oke think karaoke in front of a silenced movie picture performers break-dancing to a boudoir scene. Most of us would rather sensibly I might add, given the quality of Imperial men play the field until someone fitter, richer or more stimulating comes along!

Perving is certainly an activity. The ultimate form of superficial flattery from the beholder is a great way to make that essay in the computer labs complete. Rather productively, I decided to go and work on my essay instead.

I find younger men tend be better. He tried figuring out what to do, whilst attempting to chat me up. If you want more fun without compromising quality If you want a student newspaper to be proud of VOTE. Candidate interviews Felix has interviewed all the candidates for the Imperial College Union sabbatical elections.

How do I vote? After reading the interviews on the next few pages, we hope you will be inspired to log on and cast your vote. The elections will be taking place online from To vote, just go to www.

If you are a registered student but do not have an IC login for example, because you are studying a joint course between Imperial College and another institution such as the Royal College. STV is a form of preferential voting, which means that instead of casting a single vote for a single candidate, a voter can express a list of preferences.

Not a single vote in these elections is wasted. Why would voting RON make the Union better? By re-running the election, we have the added bonus off pissing off our esteemed President, Mustafa Arif. Voting RON sends a message to the candidates that we are no longer happy to accept mediocre sabbaticals; we only want the best.

The Union is going through a time of great upheaval. We need sabbaticals with a clear, powerful vision, with strength and determination to see things through. We need Deputy Presidents who are capable of supporting the President in his or her role.

Looking at the Presidential candidates, some of them have a distinct lack of exp in high-profile roles. People should vote RON because we only want the best. When it comes to counting the votes, a quota is calculated which sets the number of votes a candidate must attain to be elected. This is simply the total number of votes cast, divided by one more than the number of candidates to be elected, plus one vote.

By following this formula, no more than the required number of candidates can reach the quota. First, votes are counted according to the first preferences, and any candidates who have achieved the quota are elected.

To decide which of the remaining candidates are elected, the votes are transferred from candidates who have more than the necessary number to achieve the quota and from the candidate with the least number of votes. This means that where the first preference of a voter was not able to be used to elect a candidate or not necessary, in the case of a candidate who has reached quota , their subsequent preferences come into play.

This process of transferring votes continues until the required number of candidates have attained enough votes to be. All in all, it empowers the voter. For more information, go to www. We have over volunteering opportunities in our database, so there should be a project for you.

The easiest way to get regular updates about volunteering is by signing up to our mailing list. You will receive all the latest opportunities on a weekly basis, directly to your email inbox. Simply send us an email to volunteering imperial. Why are you standing for President? For a lot of reasons really. The Union should most definitely be campaigning for his release.

In my opinion, no. What are your views on hall rents? Rents at the moment are getting towards extortionate levels, and I would like to see them held for the next few.

I think Imperial is far too isolated and we need to address these issues. Can the Union really make a difference on those issues, or would it be better to spend the time and resources on clubs and societies? Should richer students pay more for the same quality of accommodation? You say in your manifesto that you support moves to modernise Beit Quad. Which moves in particular? As I said, I think the current moves to modernise the Quad are excellent, and I am fully behind them.

However I am fully in favour of modernising the. The current President claimed to work hours a week during the autumn term. How would you manage the workload? I think Mustafa complains a lot, but I do understand it is an extremely demanding job. I am involved in a lot of things across the board, and I think President would be a good step up. Within that, it should be random which hall. How would that make you a good President? Well initially I got involved in a handful of clubs and societies in my first year, as I think most people did.

I went on to be chairman of Musical Theatre Society, before becoming chairman of the Arts and Entertainments Board this academic year. Working as a volunteer officer you can get a very idealistic viewpoint of what you should be achieving, but working as staff.

I understand that College Residences have to be self-funding by law, so I think we should be campaigning for this to change. Most people would see the biggest change as a drive to General Meetings, one student one vote, instead of Council meetings. I think most students would see that as a positive change.

Why should people vote for you ahead of the other candidates? In actual fact I will say explicitly now that I am against two-year sabbatical positions.

Sabbaticals are there to give the ideas, the representation and the leadership, not to do the day-to-day work. After people become removed from the student body, they become removed from student opinion. I believe that I offer a realistic outlook for the Union. Also, with the website, it would be so easy to create a forum where students can post their comments and questions to the sabbs. I think political issues that deal with things that are directly relevant to students, such as top-up fees and hall rents, are issues where the Union should campaign on behalf of the students.

It should be the role of the Union to ensure that people can express their views and act within the law to support those views, such as through demonstrations. First of all, I think the website and Felix are underused for two-way communucation. I think the sabbs in. Give them what they want, and serve them in the way they want to be served.

I want to get a Union that the students are proud of. Because I think I can make a difference. What qualities would you bring to the job? I think if students have a passion for something then they should be encouraged to follow that passion. So if they have a passion for this cause, they should be given advice and helped to follow it.

Representation, because nobody else can do it. The Union is the only body charged with that responsibility. If the majority of students are in favour of it, then we should go for it.

At the end of the day, you have to do the sums, and it might be better to put money into staff than campaign against George Bush. It comes down to prioritising. There will be weeks when you can take it slightly easier. How will you achieve that?

At the moment, what hits you when you walk in is the bar, basically. We have late licences on Wednesdays and Fridays, all broadly based on a European mentality of going out. But should richer students pay more for the same quality of accommodation?

I think the issue is that we need to ensure that financial aid is available for students who are unable to pay the higher prices. In your manifesto, you say the College must put students first. How will you make sure they do that? By working with them, not against them. How will you make your manifesto pledges happen? But the most important thing is to vote. We need someone who can hit the ground running and continue these projects, rather than having to learn them.

First of all, persuade people within the current Union structure that these pledges are worth delivering on, then following through to make sure they happen. Not to change anything unless I had a good reason. I think, particularly with the strategic review, there will be a lot of changes arising, not necessarily done in the best interests of the students. What I think sets me apart from the rest are my skills as a leader, communicator and team worker.

Why are you standing? Coming from the position of Equal Oppportunities Officer this year, I can see that there is some modernisation needed in order to comply with legislation that will be coming into force towards the end of this year. How can the Union improve ents to attract more students? You get many people within the College who like the ents that we have.

I know how hard it can be for treasurers to do. Do you think the Union wastes money? Where, and how will you stop it? For one thing, we do a lot of duplication. Lots and lots of paperwork gets duplicated. We can do all these things on the web, using the data from College. Where will it come from? We need to prioritise properly. Money will still come from the block grant from College, but also by looking at our commercial outlets, things like catering, bars, the shop and the newsagent.

If we give our members what they want, they can go in and buy it, and we can recycle that money back to them via their club or society. That could bring a lot of savings in terms of staff time, and also efficiency and quality.

We do need to review the amount of space that different clubs and societies get for storage purposes and just for general meetings purposes. Rooms like the Union Dining Hall are nigh on impossible to book sometimes. We need more room for clubs and societies, because there are something like of them here. The ideas of having a dedicated Council chamber or a whole set of new offices are probably not necessary.

A lot of experience that comes with participating, being a member of staff, having good working relationships, and generally having a good feel for what people want in the Union. Nothing is entirely efficient. Arts clubs are horrifically underfunded.

Basically it comes down to finding out what the students want, and then doing it so you actually get feedback. I think it needs a little more thought, it needs more consultation of students as to what they actually want, such as the coffee style venue and non-smoking areas. More consultation than the strategic review, which has just taken place?

Yes, I think we need more detailed reviews on specific aspects of it. Some people might think that having three bars on the same floor is excessive, but they all serve different purposes, and you can get a coffee just about anywhere around here. Ask the students what they actually want, using an incentive-based survey.

How would you improve them? By taking closer looks at parts of the Union, parts of the process, you can find a lot of inefficiencies and make the place run smoother and at lower cost. Should clubs and societies be given more money? In principle yes, because my origins come from clubs and societies. Obviously we have the subvention from College which goes towards pretty much everything in the Union. In principle it is definitely a good idea, but.

I also have the track record of doing what needs to be done. How will you provide that? I plan to be available five or six hours a day. I still have the idealistic view that I can spend time in my office, so people can come up and ask me questions and I can help them.

I would plan to be around almost all the time for people. I feel I have the experience at the grass roots level. They need the help from someone who has done it and knows about it. I think my experience on both sides of the bar brings me out as a stronger candidate on the services side than both of them. The Union has to be there to handle the bureaucracy and make sure the clubs can do what they want to do.

Having been involved on the club side, I also wanted to be involved on the Union side and put something back in. My main aim is to be there for the club officers. Hopefully if I do my job well, the students should know nothing about me. Do you think there should be a separate sabbatical officer to deal with sports clubs? At the top of the building, we could make much better use of the space up there, and renovation will give us the opportunity to do that.

The CSC chairs have to work very hard to do the jobs that they do, but I think they do them really well. I think its important that we have continuity. Personally my goals are to make an immediate impact and improve things like room bookings, commu-. Why should people vote for you ahead of Simon or RON? Why should people vote for you ahead of James or RON? How would you address the recent problems with exam and lecture timetables?

Concerning exams, the problem this year was mainly with aeronautics, because the exams were straight. I can make changes for the future, but not for the next few years because term dates have already been set, As for lectures being at the wrong time of day, I think this is an issue that has to be dealt with.

I think students should have a say on whether they want an expensive or a cheap room. I want to galvanise the dep rep scheme. Firstly I need to make sure that dep reps are enthusiastic about being People need to realise that the Union is there for them. Not everyone is confident, and not everyone knows what is there.

I want to make people more aware, and I think I can do that. I think people might pick up on that wrong. That affected me this. Why should people vote for you ahead of Aleks or RON? Why should people vote for you ahead of Sarah or RON?

Constitutionally, Felix is supposed to provide students with College and Union news and that kind of thing. But I think Felix would be better serving the students if it not only gave them the facts, but also some different opinions about the events, and why things going on at Council, for example, are relevant to them. What writing and editing scope for improvement. As you can see in my manifesto, I think I can continue to push things forward in Felix. It also has a central role in communicating what the Union is doing for the students, and especially in communicating what clubs and societies are doing.

What relevant experience do you have? Also because I want to be a journalist and this would be great work experience. Mainly because I want to give something back to the students, and also because I think Felix needs improv-. How would you attract more contributors to Felix? The thing to do is start off well. You need to have a good base of writers at the beginning of the term, to fire people up and kick-start the opinion column process and the comment section.

Why have you never been involved with Felix regularly? I also produced a Scouts newspaper last summer. Also to give people something to get involved in, because the contributors can get a lot out of it as well. Would you go back to the A4 magazine style? I think the decision was originally made not just on the format but on financial considerations as well. I think the newspaper format has gone down surprisingly well.

Which is more important: Why should people vote for you ahead of the other candidates or RON? The single biggest change is that I would encourage a broader group of writers to write more humorously. I think people should vote for Darius if they like the science section and want more science. Subject to that, my personal preference would be for keeping it as a newspaper. Which is more important:. Therefore I will start the article like this: The Ultimate Wheel is the ideal thing for people who think unicycling is for wussies.

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The emphasis is on the tougher varieties of dance music, in particular hard house and hard trance. The basic structure is an eclectic first hour, with a broad spectrum of dance music, followed by a live mix in the second hour, where I pick the latest hard dance and put it alongside some older material, all for the listening pleasure of anyone who tunes in.

Although the above is a. For most of the shows I do, I simply arrive with a stack of vinyl and a rough idea of the order I want to play it in. Also typical is that I play what I want to. There are plenty of opportunities for. The chances are that at university you will always find someone whose musical tastes are similar to yours, and specialist music shows are about presenting that music both to people who know and love it, and also to people who might not have come across it before.

The opportunity to play the music you love on air is very rare outside university. Locking up the studio for the night, I walk out of Beit Quad and pass some people leaving the Union. Everyone wanted to show up for some paddling on different dates, and drive to Yorkshire from different Christmas holiday locations. Harry responded by throwing technology at the problem.

Ludicrously complex spreadsheets and wiki websites were put in place, and eventually we all came together Theo, Nick and Jeurgen were the only ones driving up in the minibus from London. Unfortunately they never quite made it, after toppling over on the M1 in Derbyshire.

Luckily the only injuries where to Nick, his laptop and a throwline. The police obligingly rescued the cans of beer, which had rolled out of the broken rear window all over the motorway. They all spent the night in Doncaster watching DVDs and reducing the volume of the rescued beer bucket. Alice also never quite made it, electing to drive up with Jon the next day instead. The afternoon paddling plan was abandoned due to lack of boats and paddlers, so Harry, Clare and Robin checked into the hut.

On Tuesday morning, everyone finally met at Kettlewell to paddle the Wharfe. Well, not quite everyone. Canoeist Emily stays afloat whilst enjoying the picturesque Yorkshire surroundings was cold as predicted, and Alexa kicked off the swimming, but a pleasant paddle was had by all.

Theo and Tim ran Linton Falls at the Takeout with many spectators. Everyone ran the drop, with Jim experiencing complete submergence and Claire playing with the stopper for extra excitement. His luck ran out at the start of this river. Stainforth force presented a rather forceful looking towback, and so only Tim attempted it. Harry had forgotten dry clothes, and so we slung him in the back of the van with all the other wet gear.

He sat in pitch blackness, and only after the journey realised that the van had an inside light. Emily got down everything with good high braces. Perhaps he decided that it would be compassionate to Theo to have a little accident of his own. Nick was left hobbling, but nothing was broken it turns out just torn and it gave him a good excuse to stay off the dancefloor that night. In fact, Theo had an interesting time with the barmaid.

The less said about that the better. The next day, we did a lot of faffing around before finally ending up at the put-in for the Lune, at Teebay. Near the end of the river, we encountered carnage on the strid, with Robin deciding that swimming the rapid would be far more exciting than paddling it.

But no one was paddling to full ability, due to the hangover. A very pretty river though. The water was cold but the levels were OK and everyone bimbled down most things successfully.

Theo was comically backlooped in the gorge section, but if he insists on paddling a stupidly small boat, things like that are almost inevitable! Right at the end of the trip we all did Force Falls blind for comedy value. After the river, some set off on the long journey home whilst Theo, Tim and his Dad sneaked in a quick descent of the nearby Leven.

Theo made up for earlier muppetry with the best line of the day. They did get stranded at the takeout for a while as Jeurgen driving the minibus missed the turning for the takeout and tried to do a scenic tour of the lakes. As it was, we all enjoyed an excellent week of Yorkshire paddling! Tickets on sale now at Union bars, shop and reception. Come along and find out for yourself! Get a team together and see how much you really know.

Fri and Sat only: Sat to Thurs only: Sat to Thurs only:. Mon to Thurs only: To ensure an open forum for news and views 2. More humour in Felix 3. To deliver a new termly science and culture magazine 4. To support Clubs, Societies, and Union events 5. To revamp Felixonline and expand our online content.

New Finance System 2. A smoke free bar area 7. Bio fuel for Union minibuses 8. Debit card payment for club membership in the Student Activities Centre 9. Our staff are a huge asset to the Union, more recognition for their performance Keep the night bus service and save money Support for Fairtrade University status Support for more faculty union sabbatical presidents Spending your money legitimately on behalf of the Union?

Save money, no loss making ICU summer ball Support for a Faculty of Medicine Summer Ball Support for a Faculty of Engineering Summer Ball Better recognition for those who make a contribution to our Union. Less paperwork just like they all say.. Less paper, and more of that recycled! More convenience, focus on student needs.

Support for the individual identities of our faculty unions, ICU is here to help, not hinder. Real support for our Union officers A listening Union, your emails will get an answer.

Commitment to building a functioning Post Grad representation structure A Felix article from your president every week, every single week. More salsa nights Commitment to make accessing the union easier for students Partnership with college, not divorce. Take the lead on refurbishing the Union building. Think about your needs as students. Even more salsa Treat everyone staff, students, college, even random people fairly. We all enjoy freebies, but there are limits. Follow through with the strategic review.

Try to serve coffee in the Union. Integrate all those forms, a one stop shop for clubs and societies. Make mistakes although hopefully nothing too bad.. Learn from them, not repeat the same ones Teach others from my mistakes Sit in lots of boring meetings and stay awake to argue for the best interest of students.

Not hold unnecessary meetings. Not waste my time. Not waste your time. Leave meetings once my purpose has been served. Go around reminding people that Students ARE important to college. Support initiatives like the drive by the Royal Academy of Engineering to encourage women to join engineering.

Take people seriously, your concerns matter! Try and get EVEN better food from catering. EVEN better beer in the bar. Make the sun shine every day for the whole of next year. Put Imperial Students first. Support our membership of ULU Do more to support our sports clubs. Better promotion of union employability skills workshops Personally praise people who do their jobs well, both staff and student officers.

Share knowledge, not silo it. Take personal criticism and act on it, not ignore it. Tidy my office regularly Not waste your money. A new section of the new union intranet to help you get internships, putting you in touch with those who have done them in previous years.

Our clubs are for everyone, not just undergrads but post-grads too! Support Wye students in their arguments against the closure of Agricultural study at Wye. Work for better careers support for Physical Sciences students.

Continue the campaigns against Visa Charges and Top-up Fees. Encourage all departments to strengthen their personal tutorial system, because it helps students. Southside is being demolished; make the Union a more welcoming place for Post grads to drink. More consultation, fewer long surveys. Decent and useful offices for all our faculty unions. An outward looking union, providing and supporting opportunities for our students to develop themselves.

Help college to provide better careers advice. Encourage the college to be flexible in its approach to students in general.

Ask the college to review charging interest on tuition fees. Take personal responsibility for my mistakes. Commitment to follow through with the conclusions of the strategic review. Ask the college to review the issue of non-academic debts, which stop students progressing through college.

Raise the profile of the academic appeals procedure. Congratulations, you made it to the end! Thankfully, Death From Above are not your average two man ensemble but instead are out to insult, expose and educate you.

So are Death From Above the answer? Listening to the album, I could only be inspired by the bass lines exceeding the scope of many modern guitar parts, whilst Sebastien Grainger provides not only original drumming but lurid vocals of women and love. Thickening the mix with imaginative. I would love to find a bad word to say about the overuse of distorted bass or the at times substandard songwriting, but Death From Above capture your heart and fly away with it, leaving a shrivelled shell of the person you once were.

I doubt any significant success will come from such an outstanding and rule-breaking LP, but when has anything groundbreaking been out in the mainstream? There is no doubt this album is paving the way for something big.

I would like to feel that this is just the beginning; guitarists need not apply. Sex-obsessed guitarless duos If you like this, try: When they broke out a few years ago with their hit Danger! Death From Above Every other song has Dance in the title, which would tire out even the mighty Bez whilst high on a bag of sherbet. The attempt at satire and humour is weak as well: There are some good tunes to be found here though, which remind us what made them big in the first place.

Vibrator, which was free. Camp novelty rock If you like this, try: HHHII Being one of the most influential men in music history, Eric Clapton has spanned the decades, making music before you or me were born. Robert J Johnson, like the majority of great musicians, died before his time, at the rockstar death age of The magic of Johnson is the mesmerizing lyrics of desperation and a man in search of happiness to lift him out of a world of sorrow; Clapton captures this well in a compilation of his personal favorite covers found on this combination.

Unfortunately, the close up cuts and three camera angles of the studio footage become tedious by the third track of sixteen, leaving only the accompanying CD with any longevity. This is an easy listening introduction to Robert Johnson, at twice the price of the original material; better examples of Johnson and Clapton are out there. Some had come from as far away as Norway, so they had a right to expect a damn good time.

They were not disappointed. Openers Apocalyptica were a revelation. Seated on angular metal thrones against a stark background, they played the heaviest of heavy metal on cellos from hell. Classically trained to a man, these Finnish maniacs offer a novel take on the archetypal hard-rocking metal usually purveyed by the likes of Pantera and Slayer, and it works surprisingly well.

Live, their purely instrumental renditions of everything from the Metallica covers of their early days to self-penned anthems from their newly released album, the self-titled Apocalyptica, are like a window into another world. The rich, soulful tones of the cellos cut smoothly through your brain to clutch at your heart, contrasting beautifully and magnificently with the jagged melodies coaxed from them. The audience lapped it up, going from what-thehell-is-this bewilderment to jumping-up-and-down enthusiasm in seconds.

They sang along to Enter Sandman and roared their appreciation at every pause: No one knows how to put on a show like Rammstein. Opener Reise Reise began with clearing smoke revealing the band posed on a giant two-tier stage of industrial-looking platforms. The first deep, guttural notes of overpowering German vocals set the tone for what was to come: The show really kicked off with third song Feuer Frei, when singer Till and guitarists Richard and Paul donned masks to breath twelve-foot flames over the audience; the heat could be felt at the very back of the venue.

After this, nothing could be the same. Whether it be covering the crowd in red, white and blue confetti in Amerika, Till boiling keyboardist Flake in a giant pot heated, naturally, with a flamethrower during recent single Mein Teil, or Paul crowd-surfing around the auditorium in a dinghy for final song Stripped, the Teutonic nutcases just kept on upping the ante. The crowd went wild when Till shot fireworks at them from a giant crossbow and immense gouts of flame lit up the stage during Du Hast; they laughed like maniacs when Flake rode around the stage on a Segway whilst playing Amerika; they whooped when various members ran around in suits covered in fireworks.

The driving percussion, throbbing guitars and visceral vocals that have hypnotised many a metal-club dance floor were all present in a set that covered most of the new album and all the old classics, from Rammstein to Sonne and much in between, meaning that no one could leave dissatisfied. Their industrialmetal stylings have entranced millions across the world for years on record, but truly nothing can compare with them live. When your lead singer had to become a qualified pyrotechnician so that you could perform, that pretty much goes without saying.

But not in this picture, obviously Hal Camden Barfly. All in all, a sober outing for Felix. A minute later his three bandmates emerge, relaxed and cheerful. When it comes down to it, they all seem more than happy to let Dave speak for the band. First up, we clicked on NEWS. Dave happily obliges by informing us that his day has been mostly comprised of badge-shopping in Camden. He likes the spotty one with a dog on it, and then returns the favour with a guided tour of his very own badge collection.

Already fully aware of the badge obsession, we were keen to find out what other unspeakable things Dave was into. Apparently not Green Day have been playing their brand of melodic pop-punk for what seems like forever.

For the world tour of their new album, Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool have drawn on all their years of pop-punk experience to produce a show capable of matching American Idiot in power, passion and imagination. The crowd seems just as excited. The band never let the pace drop, with water pistols, pyrotechnics, sing-alongs and even getting the audience up on stage to play.

For one and a half hours, Billie Joe climbed speaker stacks and charged the length of the stage, seemingly trying to engage every one of the capacity crowd with his trademark crazy-eyed stare. Listen to your heart and to your mind! Finally we were left with Mr Armstrong alone on the stage, playing a stirring solo electric version of the truly anthemic Good Riddence and sharing the wish: Love it or hate it, this song will get your foot tapping with its catchy riffs, reggae overtone and infectious sense of fun.

He drenches it with his contagious outrageousness that cannot fail to make you smile. The Joker is released on 28th February. Fo shizzle ma nizzle. Ben Ramadan Jem They Ato. So, does she have the songs to live up to the acclaim? On this evidence she certainly does. Kicking in with a strong hip hop beat and incorporating elements of Prelude In F Minor, by a certain Mr JS Bach, Jem certainly shows no fear in mixing styles to define a sound which is so infectious it will no doubt burrow its way into your head within minutes of your first listen.

J Blige and Eminem. The spare beat and fifties influence are sure to make this a dancefloor favourite. Once more, strange lyrics flow out of the sharp-tongued mouth of Cedric throughout the operatic track, which opens with unforgettable wailing vocals before the start of the trademark eerie guitar used extensively on their debut LP. HHHII iTunes is selling half a billion songs a year; it is an all powerful marketing machine which iPod users about the whole world are all too familiar with.

Defected used to be at Ministry of Sound once a month, then it had a break over the summer. It went back before Christmas, but there was numerous problems. Therefore, when they moved to Pacha a smaller venue for their album launch, they knew it was going to be huge. And I mean huge. I turned up at about 9. The main queue at this point was already right round the other side of the building, about 75m long.

So, as you can imagine, it was a complete free for all. As the night was so popular, they had decided to cut down the press guest list. These problems would never have had occurred if they had predicted the size of the turnout for the night. Defected have become massive recently, so any event they hold is sold out a few weeks if not months before the event.

If you do have tickets, I recommend getting there early. Not just 20 minutes, I mean at least an hour early. As for the guest list, this. Or should that be Defected? Pacha has this weird system of a house list and a club night list instead of just having one nice alphabetised list. If anyone actually managed to get into Pacha then I hope you had a good time, as it was meant to be one of the biggest nights in the Defected calendar.

Or even a heavily overweight midget on a tricycle. You know it makes sense. Aaron Mason File under: Balls up If you like this, try: Standing outside in the cold for a long time. HHHHI I count myself very lucky to be able to live in such a nice area and be so close to bars and restaurants of a high quality. Cactus Blue is one such place. It spans over two floors, the upstairs being the restaurant, which is nice but expensive.

It is an ideal place to go if your parents are down and they are paying, or if you want to eat somewhere cool before going out into London. The best thing about the whole place is the fact that they have a tiny lift for glasses. It was a cage in the centre of the bar, which I have to say has entertained me numerous times when a little bit drunk. Something else important is that they ask for your credit card when they take your order. We immediately knew this night was going to be a little bit special.

A touch of blagging was in order to extend my spot to three people, but the chick with the clipboard was won over by my winning smile and we ventured inside. We checked our coats and that moment of imminent clubbing excitement and nerves was upon. I was struck by how empty the place was compared to the hundreds waiting outside over-enthusiastic bouncers as always but immediately headed to the bar to get things rolling.

Distinctive Breaks were doing their monthly spot in room 2, and Phil K is doing the next in their excellent Y4K cd series, which has seen the likes of Hybrid and DJ Hyper produce quality mixes. There was little movement on the dance floor and I was disappointed by an act that I had heard many good things about.

A few drinks later and 1am had arrived. Hybrid first tune hit the speakers. The lasers came on and the party was in full swing. Phil K is regarded as one of the most talented DJs around and now I know why: Not a single missed beat or still moment, just cranking it up tune by tune. The basslines and hi-hats kept us hypnotically on the floor, boogieing away.

The next hour or so went in a bit of a blur and, before I knew it, Phil. The rest of the night was spent equally between Hybrid, who were also excellent, room 3 for a bit of the UK hip-hop of Rodney P and Skitz, and the stairs for a bit of breather! I met many new and old faces and generally had my best night for a while. Cosmo Shield File under: Breaks If you like this, try: Chew The Fat The End. Nicolas Osman extols the virtues of an epic 20th century novel. Turn off the television.

Put the textbooks back on their shelf. Find a copy of Ulysses, and read it now. I admit that this is a slightly odd opening, but I would really recommend reading this book. Most book reviews would cover the plot. I can do that in a sentence; Ulysses is about a man, who gets up, goes to work, wanders around Dublin, and goes home. Now, you might think that this makes for a dull book especially as this is spread over pages. We are used to reading novels where characters are forced through a series of quite extraordinary events by god-like authors.

James Joyce, on the other hand, takes the role of neutral observer rather than director. The novel is a verisimilitude, like an intricately detailed picture taken from nature, where every brushstroke is loaded with meaning.

However, there is a definite parallel between the novel and its allaction predecessor, the Odyssey. Each chapter of Ulysses is a retelling of an episode of the Odyssey: Also, each chapter is.

Ulysses reflects the fact that Joyce sees his language as dying out. And, as such, Ulysses is a novel to end all novels. Taking the starting point with the ancient tradition of poets passing down their epics, Joyce seems to move through every conceivable mode of written English.

One chapter is written in Middle English; another is written as a play. The most striking chapter is the Nausicaa chapter, in which Bloom fantasises about a young girl on the strand before him. The language is flowing and poetic, building up to a climax, when Bloom suddenly realises that the girl is lame. Numan — who picked his stage name from an ad in the Yellow Pages — What the fund does City Financial Absolute Equity is a targeted absolute return fund. This means it aims to deliver It was a Tuesday in March.

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