Epic Records

25 Jun 19
Ban Ban Ton Ton

For those that dig vinyl Lovefingers is a legend.  For those, like myself, who were part of the DJHistory.com musical community, the obsession for looking for obscure records had been reignited by DJ Harvey`s Sarcastic Study Masters Vol. 2, and the rediscovery of Daniele Baldelii`s Cosmic cassettes. This was a period of a great deal […]

25 Jun 19
The Freeze

Known for his acerbic tongue, Joe Budden has been steadily building a little media empire over the last few years. The former artist was an early adopter to vlogs, amassing a cult audience in the halcyon days of YouTube. So his transformation into a media personality seems like a logical lateral move after changing times […]

25 Jun 19
The Median Man

“Ain’t No Shangri La,” comes barrelling in with some furious fret work, taking charge and crashing together in a symphony of swirls and melodies. “Gimme The Shakes,” takes things to another level. It has a phasing riff that soon gives way to a barrelling monster of a song. “Feldman’s Exit,” is another absolute corker, taking […]

25 Jun 19
The Scottish Sun
GLASTONBURY means lots of food and drink — and the urgent need to relieve yourself.  But often this means an epic odyssey to locate the toilet. Here’s how to find them plus a bunch of festival tips. People make use of the on site toilet facilities Finding the toilet  According to the festival organisers there will be more than 2,000 long drop seats across the site this year, with over 1,300 compost toilets which should only have toilet paper thrown down the hole with your waste.  Urinals are dotted around everywhere. In fact there are 700 metres of male urinals across the site.   There are female urinals known as “Shepees” with four sites across the compound at the: Cider Bus, The Park, Glasto Latino and in the Kings Meadow. Compost toilets are designed to break down the waste and the toilet paper to compost with a “bulking agent”. There is a long drop which means many people can use them.   There are some disabled toilets on the site, which have easy access for the wheelchair users on viewing platforms at all the main stages.  What should I take?  Don’t take items you don’t need.  Think to yourself do you really require the spare gazebo? Check out your camping kit in advance — do you have all the guy ropes, ground sheet or pegs.  Also, take a mallet because that ground is likely to be hard.  And don’t forget your ticket.  Thousands will be heading to Worthy Farm for a fun few days What items are banned? Basically stuff that will trash the environment or harm revellers.  Glass bottles are banned. So are mirrors.  Festival authorities will confiscate them should they see them.  Non-biodegradable body glitter is also barred.  While Glastonbury isn’t forbidding fans from getting all glammed-up, they are urging people to be using products that are biodegradable. Disposable wipes are a no-no-no. They are known to quickly break down into micro-plastics — which has been an ongoing environmental problem. While not officially banned, gazebos are highly discouraged from being brought to the event. Also banned are portable laser equipment and pens, animals other than registered guide dogs, sound systems, drums and generators. Drinking it all up!  Yes, you can take alcohol onto the site. But be warned if you take too many slabs of cans, the organisers may think you are trying to sell them on and could confiscate your stocks. Beer tents on the site are run by the Workers Beer Company and Avalon bars.  These have London pub prices. A festival-goer shows of his unusual way of carrying his beer supplies Charging your phone  You might have the best phone out there, but it’s useless unless it works. Charging your device is getting easier with each passing year and often your provider will be on site to help.  But queues at any charging spots will be epic.  So it is best to buy a couple of portable charges.  Better still ration your phone juice.  Arrange to meet your friends at a good meeting place.  Reception is likely to be bad as well, so phoning and texting might not be effective.  A festival goer checks her mobile phone in the rain Keep an eye on the weather  The weather is going to be hot with temperatures probably peaking at 29C.  But there could be a chance of thunder and lightning, which can be dangerous if you are standing out in the open.  Check out the Met Office Glastonbury weather for up-to-date forecasts.  [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”8″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] What should I try and see at Glastonbury? The best advice is to check out the Glastonbury Clashfinder. And try not to try and see everything because you might end up missing a lot.  Go for a wander and see what you stumble on.  Perhaps take in some comedy, spoken word, theatre or even circus performances. Maybe have a massage or do some chilling  in the Green Fields or going to see some jazz.  Download Find My Friends App You will lose your pals during Glasto, as sure as night turns to day. But the Find My Friends app allows you to find each other during the maelstrom. And should you wish not to be found you can always turn off the GPS location on the app.  [bc_video video_id=”6051666827001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Met Office weather report says this year’s Glastonbury festival could be the hottest on record”]  
25 Jun 19
The Sun
GLASTONBURY means lots of food and drink — and the urgent need to relieve yourself.  But often this means an epic odyssey to locate the toilet. Here’s how to find them plus a bunch of festival tips. People make use of the on site toilet facilities Finding the toilet  According to the festival organisers there will be more than 2,000 long drop seats across the site this year, with over 1,300 compost toilets which should only have toilet paper thrown down the hole with your waste.  Urinals are dotted around everywhere. In fact there are 700 metres of male urinals across the site.   There are female urinals known as “Shepees” with four sites across the compound at the: Cider Bus, The Park, Glasto Latino and in the Kings Meadow. Compost toilets are designed to break down the waste and the toilet paper to compost with a “bulking agent”. There is a long drop which means many people can use them.   There are some disabled toilets on the site, which have easy access for the wheelchair users on viewing platforms at all the main stages.  What should I take?  Don’t take items you don’t need.  Think to yourself do you really require the spare gazebo? Check out your camping kit in advance — do you have all the guy ropes, ground sheet or pegs.  Also, take a mallet because that ground is likely to be hard.  And don’t forget your ticket.  Thousands will be heading to Worthy Farm for a fun few days What items are banned? Basically stuff that will trash the environment or harm revellers.  Glass bottles are banned. So are mirrors.  Festival authorities will confiscate them should they see them.  Non-biodegradable body glitter is also barred.  While Glastonbury isn’t forbidding fans from getting all glammed-up, they are urging people to be using products that are biodegradable. Disposable wipes are a no-no-no. They are known to quickly break down into micro-plastics — which has been an ongoing environmental problem. While not officially banned, gazebos are highly discouraged from being brought to the event. Also banned are portable laser equipment and pens, animals other than registered guide dogs, sound systems, drums and generators. Drinking it all up!  Yes, you can take alcohol onto the site. But be warned if you take too many slabs of cans, the organisers may think you are trying to sell them on and could confiscate your stocks. Beer tents on the site are run by the Workers Beer Company and Avalon bars.  These have London pub prices. A festival-goer shows of his unusual way of carrying his beer supplies Charging your phone  You might have the best phone out there, but it’s useless unless it works. Charging your device is getting easier with each passing year and often your provider will be on site to help.  But queues at any charging spots will be epic.  So it is best to buy a couple of portable charges.  Better still ration your phone juice.  Arrange to meet your friends at a good meeting place.  Reception is likely to be bad as well, so phoning and texting might not be effective.  A festival goer checks her mobile phone in the rain Keep an eye on the weather  The weather is going to be hot with temperatures probably peaking at 29C.  But there could be a chance of thunder and lightning, which can be dangerous if you are standing out in the open.  Check out the Met Office Glastonbury weather for up-to-date forecasts.  [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN NEWS” posts_category=”346″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] What should I try and see at Glastonbury? The best advice is to check out the Glastonbury Clashfinder. And try not to try and see everything because you might end up missing a lot.  Go for a wander and see what you stumble on.  Perhaps take in some comedy, spoken word, theatre or even circus performances. Maybe have a massage or do some chilling  in the Green Fields or going to see some jazz.  Download Find My Friends App You will lose your pals during Glasto, as sure as night turns to day. But the Find My Friends app allows you to find each other during the maelstrom. And should you wish not to be found you can always turn off the GPS location on the app.  [bc_video video_id=”6051666827001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Met Office weather report says this year’s Glastonbury festival could be the hottest on record”]  
25 Jun 19
Newslanes | The News Hub

Avengers: Endgame has its eyes on the Avatar box office record. In fact, Endgame has already surpassed Avatar’s original box office takings, before the James Cameron sci-fi epic had its own rerelease. Now Endgame will follow suit, coming to cinemas again with much more new footage. With the extended cut of Endgame, Marvel clearly has […]

https://is.gd/uYGmtU

25 Jun 19
Random Bar Book Club

The Sealwoman’s Gift by Sally Magnusson ‘A remarkable feat of imagination … I enjoyed and admired it in equal measure’ Sarah Perry, author of The Essex Serpent 1627. In a notorious historical event, pirates raided the coast of Iceland and abducted 400 people into slavery in Algiers. Among them a pastor, his wife, and their children. […]

25 Jun 19
Blog

A way to Make money on a blog in 2019 via Jikly Batista while you realize the way to make money on a weblog you will find that many various things are used to certainly make the most income. it is able to be essential to select numerous special approaches to make cash with your […]

25 Jun 19

Hello and welcome to the weekly newsletter from German Shepherd Records…… This week – The first EP from Unseasonal Beasts – Adventures of Salvador album launch and mini-tour – Debut gig for Mark Corrin’s Elastikbande – New video from The Screaming Love Collective – Gigs! THE REAL NORTHERN POWERHOUSE The debut EP from the partnership […]

25 Jun 19
Indie Author

Chapter One While the war may quell, tempers will rage still. And a new generation of saviours will rise. The messenger’s less than delicate steps broke the vampire king’s concentration and he paused, forcing a lull in the blood flow from the vein of the girl in his arms. Sensing the desire for his full […]

25 Jun 19
Mixtape Anthology

Sharmaine E.D.S. Browne | 25 June 2019 After a particularly difficult week, a colleague asked how my class went that afternoon, and I lit up. “It was amazing!” And generally, that’s how it goes. I work hard to create lively, vibrant classroom environs to cultivate intellectual and creative risk-taking. The students, in turn, motivate me […]

25 Jun 19
The Mixed Tape Anthology

Sharmaine E.D.S. Browne | 25 June 2019 After a particularly difficult week, a colleague asked how my class went that afternoon, and I lit up. “It was amazing!” And generally, that’s how it goes. I work hard to create lively, vibrant classroom environs to cultivate intellectual and creative risk-taking. The students, in turn, motivate me […]

25 Jun 19
Experience Invest Blog

Welcome to the Experience Invest property blog. Experience Invest pinpoints areas in UK property hotspots that have a proven demand for buy-to-let property and offer investors higher than average returns. In today’s post we share  how to use your property to boost your income. Alternative property assets. It’s true the UK property investment sector has […]

25 Jun 19
Star Trek Éire

pressrelease_ds9doc   ‘What We Left Behind: Looking Back at Star Trek: Deep Space Nine’ Lands in Cinemas Nationwide For One Night Only on June 26th   Documentary Feature by Directors Ira Steven Behr and David Zappone Features Behind-the-Scenes Footage of the Making of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Interviews with Cast and Creators, and More […]