(Mostly) London Launch Parties This Week

The rest of the week sees some fantastic artists launching various releases down there in London. Starting at Alphabet Bar (61- 63 Beak Street in Soho) tonight (Wednesday 1st June) with The Harder They Fall EP Launch Party from Foreign Beggars. The EP itself which drops on Never Say Die Records on 6th June 2011 is the first instalment from a three part series and features; Alix Perez, Black Sun Empire, Lazer Sword, Skrillex, Mensah, Medison and Ruckspin.

Foreign Beggars ft Medison, Ruckspin & Durrty Goodz - Bank Job by ForeignBeggars

Next up is Starkey's 'Space Traitor 2' Launch Party over at Old Blue Last on Thursday (2nd June). Joining the man himself is a fine host of guests: Monky, Starlings (Live + DJ Set), Om Unit and The Elementz, all for absolutely free. You may well catch me down there for that one so holler if you're heading over.

Starkey - Space Traitor Vol. 2 (Preview) by starkey

Also on Thursday is an album listening party at Soho's LAVA gallery for Jehsts new album 'The Dragon Of An Ordinary Family'. Contact Zayn@AllYoungKings.com if you want to go (from 6pm-11pm). Space is limited so names will be taken on a first come first served basis.

Download: Jehst - England / alt link

On Friday our bredren Baobinga will be dropping an album of collaborations called 'Joint Ventures' on his own BUILD label. The release features such fellow luminaries as Hyetal, Scratcha DVA, Geiom and I.D. all of whom shall be joining him for the big launch party in Room 3 of Fabric. The other rooms are also taken up with the kind of big bill line up one might expect from the super club (see flyer).

Back in Cardiff we shall be having a launch of our own as Crack Magazine join us to take over the Cardiff Arts Institute on Friday to welcome the city's own edition of the Bristolian paper. They shall be bringing one of the new leading lights of UK Garage, XXXY as well as fellow Brizzle resident Kowton who has fast been gaining a strong reputation for his off key, genre hopping productions.

Ordinary things by xxxy

False Dawn (unsigned) by Kowton

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