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No Bounds magazine launch party!

No Bounds | 08.06.2012 13:34 | August Riots | Anti-racism | Culture | Free Spaces | Birmingham | Liverpool

To celebrate the launch of the magazine No Bounds have organised a party on June 26th 2012. The launch night will be held at the Rich Mix in East London, with an eclectic array of performances, ranging from poets to musicians. It will be a free event. All welcome!!!!!!

Screening exclusive clips from the forthcoming documentary
Hip Hop Revolucion (featuring Lowkey)
Directors Pablo Navarrete & Jody McIntyre talk about its making and Venezuela's hip hop revolucion movement.

Vibrant Poetry by:
Anthony Anaxagorou - E. S. T - Jody McIntyre, Red Hoody

Live performances from a unique blend of artists with flow.
Hip Hop, Soul, Funk and beyond, from London to Colombia!

* Marcel Cartier (from the Bronx- USA)
* J the Exodus and Soul Clef ( Live band )
* JHT (UK debut)
* Zona Protesta
* Terror Bliss from the Legionnaires
* Trench Farda
* HLI ( ELai Immortal & Sensei C)

DJs spinning on the night:

*Agent of Change (Music producer and Anti- imperialist organizer)
*Cosmo Dub (Global beats and rhymes for your body and mind)
*Cal Jader (Latin beats combining classic rhythms with contemporary cutting edge dance floor and urban beats)


No Bounds is proud to present the launch of their free monthly publication specifically targeted at the youth of London.
Identifying the relationship between conscious arts and the youth, the No Bounds magazine’s primary aim is to educate, inform and provoke the minds of young people in London; promoting positivity, culture and social awareness.

The free No Bounds magazine will feature articles and reviews about music, film, visual arts, poetry, ecology and sustainability, indigenous people and how to maintain a healthy body and mind. The magazine will also have a dedicated international arts section featuring articles on culture from reporters across the globe.

With the recent quandary surrounding young people across the U.K, No Bounds seeks to educate and encourage the London youth to become life-long learners and positive, productive community members. Speaking the language of the youth, the magazine aims to bridge the gaps in society and connect with young people to overcome the societal issues that they are facing today.

Not only will the magazine enlighten readers, with its educative and conscious arts focus but it will also stand as a strong niche platform for artists, individuals and grassroot organisations working towards social change and who seek exposure and publicity.

The magazine’s strong affiliation with grassroot organisations is evident from issue one, which will feature a profile and report on the Stephen Lawrence foundation, an organisation that is incessantly working towards providing creative opportunities for the youth.

From home-grown Hip Hop to home-made food, No Bounds has no limitations when it comes to creativity; expressing it’s ethos through a 32 page free magazine containing a diverse range of lifestyle articles. The magazine will be distributed for free in South East, East and North east London.

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  1. what about the women? — an invisible woman