Monthly Archives: July 2011

Agave – Tequila and a Whole lot More

Considered by the Aztecs and Mayans as a gift from the Gods, Agave has long been used as a food source, its fibres turned into fabric and its liquid fermented into Mescal/Tequila. Now some clever bods from Oxford University have … Continue reading

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Smirnoff ‘Mojito’ – Vodka, Not Rum – What?

At Pitch Festival the other weekend, which incidentally was wicked, Smirnoff was the main sponsor. Other than the expected vodka bars and usual branding malarky, they’d also set up a ‘Mojito’ Bar. This came complete with their ready-to-drink Vodka based … Continue reading

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The Cool Kids – When Fish Ride Bicycles

The Cool Kids are streaming their latest album,  When Fish Ride Bicycles, from Green Label Sound’s Facebook page. ‘Like’ their page and you can start streaming. Then if you like what you hear you can buy it from iTunes as of … Continue reading

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American Apparel – Reminding Us They’re Ethical

American Apparel built its reputation on stylish basics that are designed, created and marketed in downtown LA. Its ethical irreverence struck a chord with hipsters the world over. Why wouldn’t you buy a t-shirt or hoodie that looks better, is of a … Continue reading

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