:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #79}: Saturday 12th November //

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:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #79}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com //
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with DJs:
Prolix // Spencer Rocks // Arnold Trubshaw // Blindness // Lord Muck //

Saturday 12th November, 4pm-12am //
FREE – donations welcome in aid of
British Lung Foundation: World COPD Day //
@ THE LYTTELTON ARMS
//
1 Camden High Street, corner of Mornington Crescent, Camden, NW1 7JE :{MAP}: //
www.thelytteltonarmscamden.co.uk //
nearest tube: Mornington Crescent //

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005. :{UA}: is also the perfect warm up for BASS WARS! with Goldie + Emalkay + 16 Bit + Mt. Eden across the road at KOKO.

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

:{BRITISH LUNG FOUNDATION}: World COPD Day
www.lunguk.org
“One person in seven in the UK is affected by lung disease.”
WORLD COPD DAY: Wednesday 16th November 2011
“Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an umbrella term for a number of conditions including chronic bronchitis and emphysema. It is a progressive, irreversible lung disease which kills around 30,000 people a year in the UK – more than breast, bowel or prostate cancer.”

:{UA#79}: Asa Long
In 1984, Asa Long became the oldest United States checkers champion, aged 79. Having first won at 18, he became both the youngest and oldest national champion, and was a grandmaster for 70 years.
WOMEN PLAYING BEACH CHECKERS: Venice, Los Angeles, California
“Four pretty checker enthusiasts playing four-handed checkers– a game invented by Howard Wood of Los Angeles- on a huge beach checker board. The “referee” is there to silence the comments of the kibitzers, while the players move their pieces across the 18 foot board with long poles.”

:{THE LYTTELTON ARMS}:
www.thelytteltonarmscamden.co.uk
“The Lyttelton Arms is a new bar/venue in Mornington Crescent offering the best array of beers and wines in Camden Town. Situated across the road from Mornington Crescent tube station, opposite KOKO and around the corner from The Purple Turtle, The Lyttelton Arms is the perfect place to go and grab some amazing, fresh home-cooked food, and catch some of the most cutting edge DJs, Live Acts, Comedy, and Spoken Word artists.”

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
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KEN MAYNARD & AL ROGELL PLAYING CHECKERS ATOP HORSE
“Getting a Real Thrill Out of Checkers. Ken Maynard, the fast riding, hard fighting two gun hero of the screen, and director Al Rogell introduced this new equine method of playing the game between the filming of scenes for ‘Senor Dare Devil’. Maynard’s famous horse Tarzan carries the players.”

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #78}: Saturday 22nd October //

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:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #78}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com //
Unplanned Facebook Group //
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with DJs:
Prolix // Arnold Trubshaw // Lord Muck // and The Unplanned Allstars //

Saturday 22nd October, 4pm-12am //
FREE – donations welcome in aid of charity //
@ THE LYTTELTON ARMS
//
1 Camden High Street, corner of Mornington Crescent, Camden, NW1 7JE :{MAP}: //
www.thelytteltonarmscamden.co.uk //
nearest tube: Mornington Crescent //

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005. :{UA}: is also the perfect warm up for Mr. Scruff across the road at KOKO.

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

:{UA#78}: 78 rpm
“Early disc recordings were produced in a variety of speeds ranging from 60 to 130 rpm, and a variety of sizes. It is unsure why 78 rpm was chosen for the phonograph industry, apparently this just happened to be the speed created by one of the early machines and, for no other reason continued to be used.”

:{THE LYTTELTON ARMS}:
www.thelytteltonarmscamden.co.uk
“The Lyttelton Arms is a new bar/venue in Mornington Crescent offering the best array of beers and wines in Camden Town. Situated across the road from Mornington Crescent tube station, opposite KOKO and around the corner from The Purple Turtle, The Lyttelton Arms is the perfect place to go and grab some amazing, fresh home-cooked food, and catch some of the most cutting edge DJs, Live Acts, Comedy, and Spoken Word artists.”

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #72}: Saturday 2nd April //

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:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #72}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
:{Unplanned Facebook Group}:
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with DJs:
Prolix, Blindness, Johnny O,
Simon Nash [StyleFree], Sun Wukong
and Buttoned Down Disco’s PETE WHEELER:

www.facebook.com/wheelsdj
www.buttoneddowndisco.com/deejays.htm

Saturday 2nd April, from 2pm
FREE – donations welcome in aid of the
Japan Tsunami Appeal:

www.redcross.org.uk
@ THE LYTTELTON ARMS
1 Camden High Street, corner of Mornington Crescent, Camden, NW1 7JE :{MAP}:
www.thelytteltonarmscamden.co.uk
nearest tube: Mornington Crescent

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{PETE WHEELER}:
www.facebook.com/wheelsdj
www.buttoneddowndisco.com/deejays.htm
Buttoned Down Disco’s own Pete Wheeler will be joining us at The Lyttelton, before strolling across the road to play
the excellent BDD at KOKO.

:{JAPAN TSUNAMI APPEAL}:
www.redcross.org.uk
“The massive earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Japan on 11 March have caused widespread destruction and suffering. More than 8,000 people have died in the disaster, thousands are injured and at least 12,000 are missing. Many people are living in evacuation centres as 14,000 homes have been destroyed and around 100,000 are damaged. The Japanese Red Cross has been on the ground since the disaster began and has sent 230 response teams to provide first aid and emergency healthcare, as well as distributing relief items. The teams are made up of more than 1,200 staff, including doctors and nurses.”

:{THE LYTTELTON ARMS}:
www.thelytteltonarmscamden.co.uk
“The Lyttelton Arms is a new bar/venue in Mornington Crescent offering the best array of beers and wines in Camden Town. Situated across the road from Mornington Crescent tube station, opposite KOKO and around the corner from The Purple Turtle, The Lyttelton Arms is the perfect place to go and grab some amazing, fresh home-cooked food, and catch some of the most cutting edge DJs, Live Acts, Comedy, and Spoken Word artists.”

:{72 PENCILS}: by George W. Hart [2008]
www.georgehart.com
“72 Pencils is a geometric construction of 72 pencils, assembled into a work of art. The form is an arrangement of four intersecting hexagonal tubes that penetrate each other in a fascinating three-dimensional lattice. Each of the sculptures in the edition is constructed with a different type of pencil, so each is a one-of-a-kind object. The one shown above is made with CMYK pencils. This idea is due to Jeff Rutzky, an NYC designer who often works with printers in the CMYK color space. For some viewers, part of the interest lies in the form of the interior. The four hexagonal tubes are hollow, so the sculpture as a whole is hollow. But, what shape is its cavity? What would someone on the inside see? To the mathematician, the answer is “the rhombic dodecahedron,” a geometric solid bounded by twelve rhombuses.”

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{UA#69: UNPLANNED CHRISTMAS}: Saturday 18th December

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:{UA#69: UNPLANNED CHRISTMAS}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
[Unplanned Facebook Group]
ridiculous festive eclecticism, guaranteed, with Prolix, Spencer & Ruby Rocks, The Cardinal, Simon Nash [StyleFree], Arnold Trubshaw, Ogrizovic, The Smackmaster Generale, Johnny O, The BeATMAN

Saturday 18th December, 3pm-1am
FREE – donations welcome in aid of charity
@ THE ROYAL GEORGE

Goslett Yard, 133 Charing Cross Road, WC2H 0EA
www.theroyalgeorgewc2.co.uk
nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

Unplanned Christmas Special,
in a Central London/Soho-ish venue,
spitting distance from Tottenham Court Road tube,
with ten DJs playing
ten hours of tunes,
on a meaty PA system,
with a 1am license,
plus FREE mince pies,
and, did I mention,
CHRISTMAS
?

:{THE ROYAL GEORGE}:
www.theroyalgeorgewc2.co.uk
The Royal George is a lovely pub right around the corner from Soho Square and Tottenham Court Road Tube Station. We couldn’t be in a better place, bringing together like minded people from all round Soho; our neighbours from Denmark Street and people who discover our great gem of a pub just off the beaten track of Charing Cross Road.

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #68}: Saturday 20th November

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:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #68}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
[Unplanned Facebook Group]
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with Prolix, Ruby Rocks, Arnold Trubshaw, Blindness [DJ set]

Saturday 20th November, 3pm-12am
FREE – donations welcome in aid of charity
@ THE ALWYNE
, 83 St. Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2LY
www.thealwynecastleislington.co.uk
:{directions and stuff}:
nearest tube: Highbury & Islington

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{THE ALWYNE}:
The Alwyne is a charming boozer, only a stones-throw from Highbury & Islington tube and the north end of Upper Street. They’ve got 22 draught beers and ciders, a large wine list and a full menu.

:{MAI ’68}:
mai68.ina.fr
www.mai-68.fr
‘Nous Sommes Le Pouvoir’ translates as ‘We Are The Power’; a slogan from the Paris uprising of May 1968. French students took to the streets, triggering the most formidable revolt which almost overturned the French République of President Charles de Gaulle. A general strike involving 11 million workers, roughly two thirds of the French workforce, brought the economy to a virtual standstill. For two months, Paris lived life on the barricades and the whole of the country was seized with revolutionary fever. Mai ’68 was a political failure for the protesters, but it had an enormous social impact. It’s considered a watershed moment when the paradigm shifted from a conservative towards a more liberal moral ideal, which better describes French society today.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
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:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #65}: Saturday 21st August

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #65}: Saturday 21st, for the Pakistan Floods Appeal

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #65}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
[Unplanned Facebook Group]
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with Prolix, Spencer Rocks, The Cardinal, Simon Nash [StyleFree], Johnny O, Blindness [DJ set]

Saturday 21st August, 2pm-12am
FREE – donations welcome in aid of the
DEC Pakistan Floods Appeal:

http://www.dec.org.uk/item/200
@ THE ALWYNE, 83 St. Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2LY
www.thealwynecastleislington.co.uk
:{directions and stuff}:
nearest tube: Highbury & Islington

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

:{more fun than a psychedelic rhino on wheels}:

:{THE DEC PAKISTAN FLOODS APPEAL}:

“An estimated six million children are at risk of malnutrition, diarrhoea and pneumonia as unprecedented super-floods inundate Pakistan. As flood waters rush south through Sindh and southern Punjab, DEC agencies are warning that as the polluted waters hits densely populated urban areas in the south, where poverty levels are even higher than in the north, the health risks to children are huge. Over 1,000 people are reported to have died with that number likely to rise as more information becomes available. In the aftermath of the floods there is a serious risk to survivors from potentially deadly diseases which will spread as a result of contaminated surface and drinking water.”

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{THE ALWYNE}:
The Alwyne is a charming boozer, only a stones-throw from Highbury & Islington tube and the north end of Upper Street. They’ve got 22 draught beers and ciders, a large wine list and a full menu. And, we’re in safe hands, as the The Alwyne is under the stewardship of long-serving :{UA}: devotee, Rory.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{UA#61: UNPLANNED 5th BIRTHDAY PARTY}: May Day Bank Holiday, Sunday 2nd May

:{UA#61: UNPLANNED 5th BIRTHDAY PARTY}: May Day Bank Holiday, Sunday 2nd May

:{UA#61: UNPLANNED 5th BIRTHDAY PARTY}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
[Unplanned Facebook Group]
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with Prolix, Spencer & Ruby Rocks, Arnold Trubshaw, Ogrizovic, Johnny O

May Day Bank Holiday, Sunday 2nd May, 4pm-12am
FREE – donations welcome in aid of charity
@ THE ALWYNE
, 83 St. Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2LY
www.thealwynecastleislington.co.uk
:{directions and stuff}:
nearest tube: Highbury & Islington

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

:{NOW WE ARE FIVE}:

Aah, five long years on this blue and green globe. Baby photos are unrecognisable and but a distant memory. Our first steps inconsequential now we can ride a bike and go to the toilet like a big boy (most of the time). Yes, we have arrived. And, now, it is the proper time of life for looking to the future and what exciting vistas lie beyond the horizon. Spaceman is a definite possibility; princess, a contender; put a maybe next to professional footballer… or, maybe we’ll be Nick Clegg.

In the meantime, let’s put aside these wistful thoughts of our callow youth and focus on the important business of our
:{UNPLANNED 5th BIRTHDAY PARTY}:
So, we want jelly, and ice cream, and sausages, and crisps, and cake, and beer, and all our friends, and jumping up and down, and the best music in the world.

Is that alright, mummy?

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{THE ALWYNE}:
The Alwyne is a charming boozer, only a stones-throw from Highbury & Islington tube and the north end of Upper Street. They’ve got 22 draught beers and ciders, a large wine list and a full menu. And, we’re in safe hands, as the The Alwyne is under the stewardship of long-serving :{UA}: devotee, Rory.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #60}: Easter Monday 5th April

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #60 @ Lockside Lounge}: Easter Monday 5th April

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #60}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
[Unplanned Facebook Group]
ridiculous, Easter eclecticism, guaranteed, with Prolix, Spencer & Ruby Rocks, Arnold Trubshaw, Wrapped In Plastic [DJ set], Johnny O

EASTER BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY 5th APRIL, 1-11pm
FREE – donations welcome in aid of charity
@ LOCKSIDE LOUNGE
, West Yard, Camden Lock Place, NW18AF
www.locksidelounge.com
nearest tube: Camden Town, Chalk Farm

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

What better way to recover after a hard bank holiday’s Easter egging, than lounging by Camden Lock with your favourite, ridiculous eclecticists, The Unplanned Allstars? :{Unplanned Afternoons}: is bringing Easter to Camden on Bank Holiday Monday, from 1-11pm, at the fabulous Lockside Lounge venue in Camden Lock. Ten hours of tunes, FREE entry – and they do food too.

:{THE BIG SIX-OH}:
60 is a highly composite number; treble top, the highest score with a single arrer in darts; a diamond wedding anniversary; Alpha 60, a sentient computer system in Jean-Luc Godard’s ‘Alphaville’; ‘60 Minutes’; ‘Gone In 60 Seconds’; ‘Studio 60 On The Sunset Strip’; Miss Sixty, a brand of women’s apparel; E60, the European route from Brest, France to Constanţa, Romania; the highest obtainable level on ‘World of Warcraft’; and, of course, the number of atoms in each Buckminsterfullerene molecule, arranged in a truncated icosahedron.

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #59}: Saturday 13th March

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:{UNPLANNED AFTERNOONS #59}:
www.unplannedafternoons.com
[Unplanned Facebook Group]
ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, with Prolix, Spencer & Ruby Rocks, The Cardinal, Simon Nash [StyleFree], Wrapped In Plastic [DJ set], Johnny O, Corey Haim’s Peanut Allergy

SATURDAY 13th MARCH, 3pm-12am
FREE – donations welcome in aid of the
DEC Haiti & Chile Earthquake Appeals:

www.dec.org.uk
@ THE ALWYNE, 83 St. Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2LY
www.thealwynecastleislington.co.uk
[directions and stuff]
nearest tube: Highbury & Islington

:{RSVP}: on Facebook

Very simple this month:

:{HAITI EARTHQUAKE}:
“A devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on January 12th. It was the worst earthquake to hit the country in 200 years. Up to three million people live in the area worst hit by the quake, which centred 10 miles south-west of the densely populated capital Port-Au-Prince. The latest estimates are 230,000 people killed, 300,000 injured and 1.2 million left needing emergency shelter.”

:{CHILE EARTHQUAKE}:
“On Saturday 27 February, a magnitude 8.8 earthquake struck Chile. The quake occurred under the sea floor, 70 miles north of Conception, the nearest large population centre. The city and surrounding areas are home to nearly 900,000 people. The resulting tsunami caused serious additional damage and loss of life. The Government of Chile has reported that 708 people have been killed and 1.5 million homes damaged.”

:{THE UNPLANNED ALLSTARS}:
As you may know by now, The Unplanned Allstars play the best music in the world, every month and all the money collected goes to charity. We’ve got some old stuff, new stuff and somewhere inbetween stuff. It’s the songs you love and never get to hear, plus new tunes you won’t be able to live without. We’re here to unplan your afternoon and make the world a simpler place.

Good music, with good people, for a good reason and ridiculous eclecticism, guaranteed, since 2005.

:{THE ALWYNE}:
The Alwyne is a charming boozer, only a stones-throw from Highbury & Islington tube and the north end of Upper Street. They’ve got 22 draught beers and ciders, a large wine list and a full menu. And, we’re in safe hands, as the The Alwyne is under the stewardship of long-serving :{UA}: devotee, Rory.

:{UNPLANNED FRIENDS}:
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: mailing list, email:
dj [dot] prolix [at] gmail [dot] com
To join the :{Unplanned Afternoons}: Facestalking group, click this

:{THE SOUND OF THE RAGING HORN 2009}: Friday 18th December

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:{THE SOUND OF THE RAGING HORN 2009}:
That Was The Year That Was
52 Slices Of Pedigree Pop with Prolix
FRIDAY 18th DECEMBER, from 6pm
FREE ENTRY

@ THE ALWYNE
83 St. Paul’s Road, Islington, London, N1 2LY – [020] 7359 7351
www.thealwynecastleislington.co.uk
tube: Highbury & Islington
bus: St. Paul’s Road 4, 19, 30, 277, 393; Highbury Corner 43, 236
:{RSVP}: on Facebook

:{52 Slices Of Pedigree Pop, Guaranteed To Send A Herd Of Bison Thundering Through Your Underpants At A Rate Of Knots}:

Every Friday, I cock my ear to the prevailing winds of Pop and wait patiently for the unmistakeable Sound Of The Raging Horn to greet me. And, having compiled and collated all 52 Horns from the past twelve months, this Friday, for one night only, I will play them all for your listening pleasure. Bang after bang, after bang, after bang.

:{HOW TO FIND THE ALWYNE}: