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Motherfucking Bike

21 Mar

Just like me on my bike!

Motherfucking Bike by Sons of Science.
Share the road and watch out for cyclists – especially these ones.


Sneaky Skanking… what here in London? Yeah, it could happen to you!

14 Oct

Fridays at Cable are all about Dubstep & Bass. With that in mind here are some moves to get you going.

“Sneaky Skanking” (definition): performing a popular dance move known as ‘skanking’ – involving wild arm movements and on the spot running
motions – behind an unsuspecting member of the general public.

Cable have made sneaky skanking a way for you to get into your favorite Friday night on the guest list. Just follow the simple steps below and have fun!


• Upload a video to YouTube of you or your mates Sneaky Skanking. No
need to edit or cut it to music if you don’t want – just Get Skanking!

• Post it on the Cable Official facebook page / Tweet it! #sneakyskanking /
email it to

• Each genuine Sneaky Skanker will be rewarded with guest list to
their favourite Friday night at Cable.

• Best Sneaky Skanking videos will get featured on the Cable blog and
YouTube channel.

• Vote for your favourite video by ‘liking’ it on Facebook & YouTube.
Most popular video will WIN the ultimate Sneaky Skanking prize -a
‘Bass Bin’ packed with Bass goodies – a new prize will get added every week!

A handy free Glastonbury 2011 app from Orange

1 Jun

Glastonbury and Orange have teamed up to create a handy free app for iPhone, Android and Nokia. For those lucky enough to be going to Glastonbury this handy app will help you plan your weekend of music.

Features include:

* Schedule and programmable ‘My Planner’ in association with the Guardian Guide allowing the user to customise their own line up for the weekend.
* Interactive map with one click ‘now and next’ listings for stages and ‘mood map’.
* News section featuring up to date content from Glastonbury Festival and The Guardian including direct updates from the festival over the weekend
* Ability to share line-ups via Facebook before and during the festival

Download for free now

Them Changes – Lie To Me

25 May

This is the debut single from Them Changes, a three-piece group from Muswell Hill, North London. One to watch I think! You can catch them at their monthly night they put on at Wheelbarrow in Camden, `Hooligan Soup’.

‘Lie To Me’ is available for download from itunes at

Check out for more info.

Mazes – Most Days

9 May

Mazes – Most Days from FatCat Records on Vimeo.

Fun video from Mazes!

Ch-Check it Out

20 Apr

Beastie Boys have produced a 30 minute short film based on their breakout 1987 hit single ‘(You Gotta) Fight For Your Right (To Party). Features appearances by the likes of Elija Wood Seth Rogen and Danny McBride as young Beastie Boys, Will Ferrell, Jack Black and John C Reilly as an older incarnation, as well as cameos including from Kirsten Dunst, Steve Buscemi, Susan Sarandon, Alicia Silverstone and more.

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