So it‘s competition time again, and this time we have a real treat for the UK basketball fans out there with an opportunity to win tickets for you and 5 of your friends to go to this Saturday’s Nike World Basketball Festival in London.
After launching their Playlist series last week, Norse Projects quickly follow it up with the second rendition, brought to us by Danish rapper Jokeren.
Ranks London follow up T-shirt collections paying homage to metal and dancehall with a new series of three featuring Jazz musician Sun Ra, 70′s rock band Steely Dan, and Houston hip-hop legend DJ Screw.
Bristol’s premium streetwear store Donuts highlight the masterful works of London collective Bridging The Gap this Saturday as they host an exhibition in store, and continue the shenanigans into the evening with an after-party in the city’s Stokes Croft district.
Another debut from a promising new talent coming out of Bristol, this time it’s finally Ziro’s time to shine.
Deadplate records come with their thitrd release as we see Hackman and Bluto bring it with a James Fox remix on the flip for a couple of rather sturdy numbers indeed.
Just over a week ago the Jubilee weekend saw the début of Love Saves The Day festival in the Bristol’s Castle park.
Norse Projects launch their own mixtape series, or playlists as they call them. First up; Darkness Falls.
In an interesting partnership, British producer Redlight has teamed up with Welsh hurdler Dai Greene to create a personalised track for Greene aimed at improving his performance when competing.
Yoghurt Warrior team up with Welsh electronic music and arts festival Gottwood on this limited T-shirt for this Summer’s event.
Today, youth organisation ‘Somwhereto_’ launched a new competition with British actor, writer and director Adam Deacon, as part of their campaign to find underused spaces across the UK for creative people to practice what they love.
55DSL invite Leefest to curate their UNCONTAINED evening tomorrow at their BOXPARK store.
As part of their monthly art gallery exhibitions, Rhythm Factory have teamed up with Lucid to bring you Ashes57 and a sturdy after party tomorrow night.
Fantastic Mr Fox makes his long overdue return with the San’en EP on Black Acre.
On Saturday, 30th June 2012 Nike’s very own World Basketball Festival will be held in London. Taking place in Brixton, now a basketball mecca for the UK, this basketball showcase is a one day celebration of everything that makes the game of basketball so great.