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Preview: Babyshambles’ Adam Ficek at Revolution this Sunday, 29/5/11

How are you spending the last bank holiday until August this Sunday? If you have any sense, you’ll probably be at Revolution checking out Adam Ficek on the decks. The former Babyshambles co-writer and drummer is making an appearance at new night Electrindie, and little did you know, this is actually his hometown gig. Ficek was born in Bletchley and made his first music in the glamorous Bletchley Leisure Centre. “There wasn’t that much happening in the alternative music scene but small pockets existed,” he told Beatcheck. Since then there’s…
23rd May 2011

Revealed: Milton Keynes’ very own superhero We were hoping that MK's caped crusader would be some kind of heroic flying concrete cow, but according to this footage, it's actually Bat Man. No, you fools, not Batman, BAT MAN. This clip may be a bit too Kiss Ass for our liking, but it made us chuckle so we thought we'd spread the love. 
20th May 2011
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Beatcheck podcast 001 with Krafty Kuts

To celebrate the launch of our shiny new website we have put together a shiny new Beatcheck podcast. This edition Sees DJ Parker take on the almighty Muse, with his re mix of Knights of Cydonia, while local boy and Beatcheck DJ Nasty Neil E takes on the five minute mega mix.
18th May 2011

‘We turned our local boozer into an underground Mecca’

Let’s face it. If you live in Milton Keynes, you probably have a terrible pub on your doorstep. You know the type – run down booze holes full of chubby, balding men in England tops. But what do you do if you have one of these boozers as your local? Avoid it like the plague? Laugh about it to your mates? Put on football top, sink a few Stella and go and join the regulars in their dirty, cultural void? Or you could go one better and turn your local…
16th May 2011

Watch this space

Hello. We've got a new site and we're launching it soon. From here we're planning to inject some life into Milton Keynes’s hidden cultural scene - helping to re-educate the people of the city to the ways of urban culture; guiding lost souls towards the love, life and lunacy that exists in our concrete jungle; and redirecting misguided beings towards a bright, happy culturally-educated city life. We're going to show Milton Keynes that deep dark and dirty is better than cheap, quick and nasty and convince everyone to get deep,…
19th April 2011