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Oh what a tune. Boy were we happy to find this in our inbox this morning! Not to be predictable; but the chorus speaks a thousand words. Catchy to the max!

WE ARE SHINING is a project comprised of two London based music makers, who together have created a hypnotic blend of vocal led beats.

Meeting in London, the duo Acyde and Morgan discovered an affinity for making music combining Morgan's innovative production technique with Acyde's unique vocal style.

Their music exhibits an outright lack of restraint - intense ups and downs, instinctive outbursts, raw beats and random noise - what holds their music together is what should in fact tear it apart. It adheres to no single style or genre but stands out for its unique and forward thinking approach.

WE ARE SHINING have been working on their debut album which features a host of surprise collaborations.

Watch this space for more from WE ARE SHINING…


Three years after breaking through with her self-titled debut album which entered the charts at #3 and sold over 500,000 copies, ELIZA DOOLITTLE makes her long-awaited return with the release of  new single ‘BIG WHEN I WAS LITTLE’ on JULY 28TH through Parlophone Records.


Produced by Steve Robson (Paloma Faith) and Wayne Hector (Christina Aguilera, Nicki Minaj), the self-penned ‘BIG WHEN I WAS LITTLE’ will be the first single to be taken from her upcoming second album and demonstrates Eliza’s increasingly mature songwriting direction and incredible vocal range.


As Eliza explains: “I was in the studio and I was rambling on about something saying 'that was big when I was little' and Steve goes 'that's a great song title!' So I wrote down some ideas and references and we wrote the song. It's the first song off of the new record and I can't wait for the whole album to be in your ears."

Have you heard the latest from those clever Disclosure brothers? No? Well you're in for a treat, because they've also just dropped some visuals to the track, which arguably, make it even better.

Some beautiful people doing amazing things in this video - we can't stop watching it.

The track is sure to be a summer smash, with big brit talent Eliza Doolittle coming out of the woodwork to feature. Gorgeous vocals, and incredible lyrics. Our favourites? "In your big house on the hill, where you keep your dollar bills..." and "Home is where the heart is, and i gave it to you in a paper bag. Even though it's tarnished, you told me it's the best you ever had. You got my secret combination, and i don't be giving that up easily." Gorgeous, lovely; the ecstacy of being in love.

Eliza has the voice, Disclosure have the beats. It's  win/win combination. We're happy.

Moschino Cheap & Chic brought many many recognisable faces from the fashion crowd to its front rows and as usual they had a firm theme for London's AW/12 Fashion Week, make-up. Known for going all out with their themes they hosted a beauty-themed reception for their guests - who included Pixie Lott, Mary Charteris, Sunday Girl, Eliza Doolittle and Nicola Roberts.

The show was good yes but the the gathering of ambassadors there was just as much so.

Moschino creative director Rossella Jardini said 'It's about making up your life, you will see the nude tones and the eye and lipstick prints on dresses,'

The Moschino Cheap & Chic event was at 29 Portland Place with live music and goodie bags in the form of Vanity Box bags.

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The Klaxons have confirmed their first UK festival appearance of 2011 in the form of Relentless Boardmasters.

The annual festival which takes place in Newquay will also include performances from Bombay Bicycle Club, Fatboy Slim, Eliza Doolittle and The King Blues. Throughout the festival, which takes place between 12-14 August, surfing competitions are held at Fistral Beach with the Watergate Bay site (situated a little further down the road from the beach) playing host to the music side of things.

To book tickets for the festival head to www.relentlessboardmasters.com