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Friday, 10th Jan 2014
On the closing night of LC:M, we were proud to present an evening of music with Terry Hall hosted at London's ICA. Supported by a DJ set from art director, producer and visual artist Trevor Jackson; Terry's performance featured special appearances from Horace Panter and John Bradbury of The Specials, as well as Lightening Seeds frontman Ian Broudie.
Terry's set included songs from The Specials, Fun Boy Three and Colourfield, as well as tracks from some of his favourite songwriters.
Following Terry's set, Trevor returned to the decks to close the party with a brilliant set in the ICA Bar. Follow us on Instagram to see all the latest updates from our live events.
Tuesday, 18th Jun 2013
As we continue with our 60 Years Auction in aid of the Amy Winehouse Foundation, several new special customisations are now available to buy. Novelist Douglas Coupland, author of 'Generation X: Tales for an Accelerated Culture' has contributed this one of a kind shirt to the project.
Since the release of 'Generation X' in 1991, the Canadian writer and visual artist has gone on to create thirteen novels, as well as several short stories and screenplays for film and television. Coupland has also experimented with sculpture, creating a huge orca whale design that stands at the harbourside of his hometown of Vancouver.
Other styles now available to buy include a signed shirt by The Specials, as well as individual contributions from frontman Terry Hall and bassist and artist Horace Panter. You can see all the customisations currently available at auction here.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation has been set up in Amy’s memory to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse on young people. Their aim is to support, inform and inspire vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to help them reach their full potential.