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New Norman Jay Album Out Today!


The wait is over… Norman Jay MBE’s new Good Times compilation SKANK & BOOGIE is OUT TODAY on Sunday Best Recordings from all good record stores!


“Norman the music conqueror… original selector…club culture owes a lot to Norman Jay”
Gilles Peterson

“Another killer selection from the brother that put the J in DJ”
Don Letts

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New Dizraeli Video & Website!

Screen Shot 2015-10-07 at 12.47.53Dizraeli has just gone live with a brand new video of a brand new song and a brand new website! In his own words:

This is a song I’ve been playing live recently, and thought it was time to share it on the Line. Dedicated to my dad, in gratitude for him bringing me up pissed off and hopeful.

I’ll be recording a studio version which’ll be on the EP I’m releasing of new material early next year. Until then, here’s where it exists:

Get Comedy Win Big at Edinburgh


Our brothers and sisters at Get Comedy have won big at Edinburgh Festival’s Comedy Awards, with Sofie Hagen nabbing the best newcomer award! Full details below.

The winners of the 35th Foster’s Edinburgh Comedy Awards were announced today at a ceremony at the Dovecot Studios, Edinburgh.

The Awards were presented by last year’s Best Comedy Show winner John Kearns and special guest, cricketer Freddie Flintoff.

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MR SMILEY by Howard Marks


MR SMILEY: My Last Pill and Testament
by Howard Marks

The last pill and testament from Britain’s most famous and well-loved drug smuggler, Howard Marks

Published by Macmillan on 24th September 2015, £18.99  •  Hardback  •  9781509809660

Howard Marks is the most famous drug smuggler of his age, and a hero to a generation. On his release from one of America’s toughest prisons, Howard made a promise to himself to go straight. No more drugs, no more smuggling, no more fake passports. He would retire to a quiet life with his family in the Balearic Islands of Spain. It didn’t quite work out that way.

This was the mid-nineties, the height of the ecstasy and clubbing boom, and Ibiza was at the very centre of the vortex for the ‘E generation’. Pills had taken the place of marijuana, Paul Oakenfold had replaced The Rolling Stones as the music of the masses, but some people are just born for life on the other side of the law.

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