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Merlin Emmanuel on Smiley Culture’s death

Smiley Culture was a UK icon, responsible for being the first UK artist to successfully integrate London urban slang into secular music, there would be no Tinie Tempas or Dizzy Rascals without him. Let us honour his legacy by searching forth truth into how he died, let us leave no stone unturned, over 400 deaths in the last decade bears witness that the police need to be more accountable and transparent, that’s one death a week!

No justice, no peace!

- Merlin Emmanuel

Justice 4 Smiley Culture t-shirt


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Dâm-Funk killed club Fasching in Stockholm

Dâm-Funk and Master-Blazter killed me opening the show last night in Stockholm, only to have me resurrected on the third bar. I stayed lively for the rest of the night, as did the whole club. Actually, Club Fasching was jumping and sweating, and I kept wondering how a trio could make such a rich sound.
J1 delivered a steaming drum solo and Computer Jay offered a long 8-bit solo that had the crowd cheering and jumping. Dâm-Funk sang and shouted, alternately riding and driving the backing. At one stage Dâm-Funk and J1 seemlessly changed behind the drums.

Big up to the DJs for the great classic funk tracks they threw at us for warmers, many of which at least I hadn’t heard since they were new.
And kudos to Flaco Productions for bringing this on.


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Stockholm Jazz Fest jumped with Chic

Finally, Nile Rodgers brought Chic back to Stockholm again; some seven or eight years later than promised. Snags as he entered and left our city didn’t show at the Stockholm Jazz Fest Chic concert. Even the cold and rain could not stop the crowd from jumping and singing with Chic, and the band seemed to be all smiles.
Ticket prices were high, but then you got the brilliant Goran Kajfes, Lizz Wright, Lagaylia Frazier, Zap Mama and a host of talented musicians on the same ticket.


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A Xootr and a Tee is all you need

Xootr Ultra CruzSoul Shack och Xootr Urban Transport har ett sommar-erbjudande till alla som vill ta sig fram med stil i sommar. Köp en Xootr Ultra Cruz och vi bjuder på transportkostnaden. Normalt kostar en Ultra Cruz 2.245:– inkl. moms och transport. Du får din Ultra Cruz för endast 1.995:– inkl. moms.

Här hittar du vårt erbjudande » www.soulshack.se/2011/05/offer-xootr-ultra-cruz/


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VA-Gltd dropping new line this weekend

Visual Artists Garments LTD are dropping their Unorthodox Collection SS ’11 on Sunday at Streetfest ’11; online on Monday. Stunning tees and crazy application design work shirts. The Wayfarer theme and skull designs are still Soul Shack favorites from VA-G. Big up to the brothers in London!


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Soul Shack IRL this weekend

The Soul Shack is setting up shop IRL twice this weekend. Tonight we’ll be representing at Time Machine – Seriously All Styles Battle @ Skytteholm in Solna in a nice small setting. Be there from 1700 hours!
Tomorrow, Saturday 28 May, we’ll be present at the Sneaker Swap Meet at Nalen, a great annual event. Trade or get new street wear.
At both events we’ll be offering special prices.

Meet us in the flesh on Friday or Saturday.


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VA-G on my radar

My interest in printed t-shirts is turning more and more into an interest in affordable independent designer clothes. I have been eying British VA Garments (Visual Arts Garments) for some time. Experimenting with application patterns and contrasting materials VA-G make exciting clothes, like my favorite, the VA-Eclectic Blackout Limited Edition jacket. Get yourself one right now; wish I could.


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Thawing with Fresh Fox & Kayobi

I set out for my usual late night walk around midnight yesterday. After a chilly but beautiful day it was ¤&(%& snowing again! This morning patches of snow still lay on the sidewalks like mould. Viking on no viking, I still hate the snow, especially this time of year. I have had my bike out for a coupla weeks already, but on days like these it has to idle in the garage.
On the upside of things are my new tees from British designers Fresh Fox Apparel and Kayobi Clothing. The cocky fox image on the longsleeved tee from Fresh Fox goes perfectly with my biker leathers and the peace message from Kayobi makes people I meet smile. After all, spring means thaw, and our undervests are transforming into statement tees. I thaw with Fresh Fox and Kayobi.


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Merlin Emmanuel on Smiley Culture’s death

Smiley Culture was a UK icon, responsible for being the first UK artist to successfully...
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Dâm-Funk killed club Fasching in Stockholm

Dâm-Funk and Master-Blazter killed me opening the show last night in Stockholm, only to...
article post

Stockholm Jazz Fest jumped with Chic

Finally, Nile Rodgers brought Chic back to Stockholm again; some seven or eight years...
article post

A Xootr and a Tee is all you need

Soul Shack och Xootr Urban Transport har ett sommar-erbjudande till alla som vill ta sig...
article post

VA-Gltd dropping new line this weekend

Visual Artists Garments LTD are dropping their Unorthodox Collection SS ’11 on...
article post

Soul Shack IRL this weekend

The Soul Shack is setting up shop IRL twice this weekend. Tonight we’ll be...
article post

VA-G on my radar

My interest in printed t-shirts is turning more and more into an interest in affordable...
article post

Thawing with Fresh Fox & Kayobi

I set out for my usual late night walk around midnight yesterday. After a chilly but...
article post