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“Music Millennium has always been a community centre, if you go back in to the 50s and 60s, it was a place where, especially younger people, would gather. They could find out about new music, but they could also find out about all the cultural things that were going on at the time.” Terry Currier
“Independent record shops are important to a local community I think, a lot of them become a meeting place or kind of a cultural hub… being a place that shares music and art and things like that, I think is important to every community essentially.” Dan Drinkard
The story behind a cult classic that offered an outsider's perspective on UK rap.
We are delighted to be featuring two albums from the founding father of afrobeat for our November events worldwide.
Here's the full info on Fela Kuti political protege Leka Babalola's appearance at CAS Birmingham and his African Arts Weekender.
The Strokes were the epicentre of the Lower East Side's early Noughties rock n' roll reincarnation and this is the album that put them there.