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Friday, 28 September 2012


What? Catz ‘N’ Dogz mixed edition of Body Language release date
Where? Everywhere
When? September 28th

Buy, play and dance, or even just play and dance – either way so long as you play this mix at least once over the next few days your weekend will be complete.

Catz ‘N Dogz, otherwise known in life as Grzegorz Demiañczuk and Wojciech Tarañczuk, are a Berlin-based Polish duo once named 3 Channels. They’ve been pushing their liberal style of tech house for years and are regular names on Claude VonStroke’s Mothership label, while also running their own imprint, Pets Recordings. Body Language Vol. 12 is their first official mix CD, and it shows them weaving together staples of their club sets. Featuring exclusive tracks from Eats Everything, Trikk, Squarehead and Chmara, this is a corker of a listen.


01. Desolate – Ambrosia
02. Soul Clap feat. Mel Blatt – Ecstasy (Catz ‘N Dogz Body Language Remix)
03. Safeword – Let Go
04. Saturn Never Sleeps – Take It Out (Sean Thomas Drumsong Remix)
05. J. Antoni – Lost
06. Rhythm Plate – Lean (Atjazz Remix) (Remastered)
07. Squarehead – You Are
08. Justin Martin – Molokini (Pezzners Water Mammal Version)
09. Braiden – The Alps
10. Gant – All Night Long (Clay & Deller’s Industry Standard Dub Plate Mix)
11. Zack Toms’ Parade – Get Up Everybody (Catz ‘N Dogz Body Language Remix)
12. Till von Sein feat. Jon Hester – Out Of Love (Chez Damier & Bosco Dub – SLG Body Language Edit)
13. Eats Everything – Trouse Hack
14. Trikk – Driven Movement
15. Schatrax – Mispent Years (Remastered)
16. Laverne Radix – Dick Control
17. Elon – Right On, Babe
18. Alien Alien – Sambaca
19. Chmara Winter feat. Kari Amirian – Tucy Chacy
20. El_Txef_A – In
21. Tin Man – Constant Confusion
(Image: HHV)
What? Thomas Schutte: Faced and FiguresWhere? The Serpentine GalleryWhen? All weekend

Artist Thomas Schütte showcases key sculptural, photographic and painted portraits at the Serpentine Gallery. Although the artist has returned to portraiture throughout his career, this is the first exhibition dedicated entirely to these pioneering works. Key pieces from the artist’s most famous series are presented together with new work made especially for the Serpentine.

(Image from The Guardian)
What? Bethnal Green’s Affordable Vintage FairWhere? York Hall, 5 Old Ford Road, Bethnal Green, London, E2 9PJWhen? September 30th, 11am-5pm

Already six years old, Bethnal Green’s affordable vintage fair returns with a plethora of award-winning, hand-picked stalls live entertainment and free tea. Their line-up consists of over 50 affordable vintage fashion traders, as well as having a room entirely dedicated to vintage homeware and furniture.
As well as this there’s DJ’s from Glue, a Pop-Up bar, balloons, bunting, street style and vouchers. Plus there’s a snooze-alarm friendly starting time. For all eager beavers and hardcore shoppers, there’s early bird entry from 11am for £3, then from 11:30am onwards entry is just £2.

(Image from Judy's Affordable Vintage Fair official website)

What? The Manchester Contemporary Art FairWhere? Manchester CityWhen? September 28th – September 30th

The Manchester Contemporary art fair returns to Manchester for its fourth year. The event features a carefully selected range of UK and international galleries that will come together to display the work of some exciting emerging contemporary artists. Combined with a collection of art, which is all-available for sale, there will also be a full programme of events including artist talks and guided tours of the stands.

Opening Times
Friday 28 September 201211am – 7pm
Saturday 29 September 201211am – 6pm
Sunday 30 September 201211am – 5pm
Remember folks that if you have a spare minute and wish to update your wardrobe then check out our sale over on www.arteecollage.com 

Enjoy! x

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