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Monthly Line-Up List List: January 18'

We bring you this article two weeks into the month as we’re sure you’re now at the stage of wanting to go out again, after what may have been a big new year or to follow on from failed promises of a ‘Dry January’. January is a typically tamer month for parties, but some of the events listed here could down as some of the best of the year… Here’s BabyStep’s picks for January. Enjoy! 19th of January: Artwork + Peggy Gou + Or:la @ XOYO, London https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1032030 Set to be one of the key nights of Artwork's 13-week residency down in the Shoreditch basement. He brings along two of the most talented women in dance music right now for a big ol’ party. These heavyweights

Girls Against: Combating Sexual Assault At Gigs.

We spoke to the people behind Girls Against, a campaign that aims to combat sexual assault at gigs. They told us all about the campaign and how we can help! 1) When did the campaign ‘Girls Against’ begin and what caused you to start it? We began in October 2015, when Hannah was sexually assaulted at a Peace gig. We were all so angered by this and the lack of discussion about the issue, so we decided to take matters into our own hands and do something! 2) You recently had your logo shown on the main stage screens at Reading Festival, you are also approaching 16k followers on Twitter, how does it feel to see so many people supporting such a worthy cause you? It's honestly incredible, we never

Face to Face with:The Blinders

Credit: Louder than War Last year we went to see The Blinders supporting Cabbage in Leeds. What followed was a devilish display of sweat, face-paint and raw energy. After the show, the guys were nice enough to let us interview them in their tour van. What followed was a conversation about pre-gig rituals, their influences and growing up with other bands. Please say your name and your role in the band? Charlie: Bass Thomas:Guitar and vocals Matt: Drums and backing vocals How was your summer? Thomas: Amazing Charlie: Playing in the Isle of Wight was probably a highlight! Matt: We played at this festival called Rec Rock, which was a charity festival. We got treated better there then any of the

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BABYSTEP MAGAZINE Est. 2017