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BEHIND THE DECKS: ISSUE 01
The inaugural winter magazine features an exclusive interview with Liam Doc. Plus interviews with Frankie Elyse, Sean Muyaba, Jay Celino and more. Get your hands on one of the limited edition copies.
By Bill Rah
LF SYSTEM, the prolific Scottish duo and elite producers are getting the attention they deserve.
Their summer hit ‘Bourgie Bourgie’ has been declared the BBC Introducing Tune Of The Week.
The groovy edit is a fusion of contemporary house and funky disco. The duo recently sat down for an interview.
The track will be featured on the BBC Radio 1 Playlist alongside Calvin Harris and Special Request.
Bourgie Bourgie was released in Scottish imprint Roux Records. A sub label of Eyeangle Records.
Pick it up on bandcamp
Stream Bourgie Bourgie here
In a recent study, neuroscientists at the University of Cambridge investigated the brain activity of 12 sheep that were administered ketamine.
The study aimed to understand the effect of drugs on the brains of people with Huntington’s disease.
Huntington’s disease is a genetic condition that stops parts of the brain from working over time.
According to the recent study high doses of ketamine can temporarily switch off the brain.
Researchers measured changes in the animal’s brain waves once ketamine was administered. Ketamine is an anaesthetic and pain relief drug which is used by over 100,000 people in the UK.
Six sheep were given a 24mg/kg dose of ketamine and within two minutes the brain activity of five of the six stopped completely, one for several minutes.
This has never been seen before in academic research.
The study into Huntington’s disease is using sheep under the influence of ketamine showed that the brain can switch on and off in a matter of minutes.
The researchers think that this pause in brain activity may correspond to what ketamine users describe as the K-hole.
By David Greer
Our crew was at the scene in Glasgow Green on Sunday to capture the protest.
Here are some of the protestors.
The Black Lives Matter movement reached Glasgow yesterday as over 8000 protestors gathered for a peaceful demonstration.
The organisers set up speakers and decks outside the Nelson Monument.
They gave out masks to protestors gathered around Nelson Monument.
The protest was organised by Magic City, a collective of Hip-Hop DJ’s and featured multiple speakers.
The speakers delivered passionate statements sharing anecdotes of racial bigotry.
Many protestors were equipped with masks and gloves.
Protestors were giving out food and water during the demonstration.
No protestor was fined, and two arrests were made however aside from this the demonstration was peaceful, emotional and powerful.