The Loose Cannons play Bestival this weekend, Britain's favourite festival returns to the Isle of Wight, themed as "30,000 freaks under the sea" it is gearing up to break some fancy dress world records once again, and with a stellar line up of over 300 unique and original acts it promises to be an earfest for participants. The Cannons will be playing th Big Top and Hidden Disco on Friday and the after-party for the Bestival crew and faithful who remain at the end. Bestival organiser Rob da Bank (Sunday Best) recently described them as "Bestival's favourite after-party DJ's". http://www.bestival.net/ + http://www.theloosecannons.com/site.php
Sound supplied more DJ's last night, this time a private party for Thomas Pink in their flagship Jerymn Street store with an intimate party to celebrate the launch of their new 'White Shirt Bar' with UK and US bosses. The epitimal fashio DJ, Dan Lywood provided the perfect musical backdrop to the evening Djing through drinks and the fashion show.
Loose Cannons played Coldplay's after-party at Dex Club on Monday. Following a sold-out gig broadcast live on Radio 1 The Cannons rocked the party with classics, modern funk, and electro beats. The party spilled out on to a two tiered terrace at the newly built Dex Hotel in Brixton just round the corner from their Academy gig.
This Saturday Sound Artist Management Ltd, help Cottage Caterers create a bespoke gothic 18th/50th birthday at 33 Portland Place, complete with sound, light, DJ Jeff Automatic from Club NME, home made movies, and dry ice. see 33 portland place, a decadent previous embassy rumoured to have been won by Sir Edward Davenport as a gambling debt.