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Today, a pregnant teenager was slashed with a meat cleaver by her boyfriend when a spontaneous axe fight broke out at Mile End tube station.
Now that is so London.
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One year ago:
2017/12/312017 is almost over, and so, here are my records of the year: Alvvays - Antisocialites ( BandCamp ) The Canadian indiepop band's follow-up to their self-titled album turns up the polish, sounding in
Two years ago:
2016/12/31It's the last day of another year, and time to take stock of the year's musical releases once again: ANOHNI — Hopelessness ( BandCamp ) Formerly known as Antony Hegarty (of The Johnsons),
Five years ago:
2014/1/15Writing in the Torygraph, Alex Proud (of Proud Galleries) bemoans the “Shoreditchification” of London , the process by which the phenomenon of hipster culture (by now, heavily leveraged with marketing) seizes rundown areas of the city
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