Monthly Archives: September 2013
Following the exciting BACARDÍ Beginnings 24-hour A&R collaboration between Rudimental and Bipolar Sunshine, renowned DJ and producer Toddla T and his chosen emerging artist, Roses Gabor, will continue to push the boundaries of music releases with the mentoring programme’s second creative project titled ‘Beats Per Minute’.
On 4 September at 7pm, these two artists will release their new track ‘Pandora’s Box (BACARDÍ Beginnings)’ together using the power of social media. In a creative twist to standard single releases, only the first beat of the track will be released online – with each ‘tweet’ on Twitter and Facebook ‘like’ the track receives, more of the track will become available to listen to, until it is entirely released.
Once the track is fully unlocked, a remix competition will begin for budding producers. The stems (individual parts of the track) will become available for people to reinterpret. The winner of the remix competition will be chosen by Toddla T and Roses Gabor. The winner’s prize will include a production masterclass in the studio with Toddla T, remix software and, finally, the winning track will be played at the next BACARDÍ Beginnings event.
Fans can unlock, listen to, and remix the track at www.BacardiBeginnings.com.
To celebrate the growing trend in socks and slides (the wearing of poolside flip flops with socks as illustrated in the picture), Adidas threw a rooftop soiree at the Boundary in the heart of London’s Shoreditch on one of the summer’s warmest evenings. Guests were invited to wear a pair of Adidas branded socks and slides, as well indulge in cocktails and grilled foods.
Despite some initial concerns about looking like someone’s Dad it was actually a lot of fun. The combination made for a comfortable fit and the chilled atmosphere helped tremendously. Definitely a look for hanging out at home, and who knows maybe I’ll be tempted to wear these down to the shop on my morning milk run.
Check out some of the faces that attended the event in our gallery below: