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SoulHouse Music: News Release


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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 2017
Soulhouse Music Releases: Mr Brian Power Presents:  Amber featuring Lifford
COMMERICAL RELEASE: 24.02.17
GENERAL RELEASE: 03.03.17

Mr Brian Power, Amber Featuring LiffordThe latest release from SoulHouse Music features Lifford, a formidable voice that has worked with the likes of Trevor Horn, Omar, Chaka Khan, East 17, Gabrielle, Artful Dodger, Sugababes and more recently, Wipe The Needle.

The track is a gentle, soulful accolade called Amber.

More information:

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NOTES TO EDITORS

  • SoulHouse Music has been releasing music since October 2016 and can be accessed globally via Traxsource, itunes, and most other outlets.
  • Founder of SoulHouse Music, Brian Power presents the monthly SoulHouse Radio Show on Mi-Soul Radio, First Saturday of the month 9-11pm.
  • SoulHouse has featured artsits such as, Ronnie Herel, Lloyd Wade, Rebecca Scales and Ali Tennant.
  • First Release: Mr Brian Power presents ‘So Long Gone’ featuring Rebecca Scales reached number 2 in the Traxsource Soul Charts and has been heavily supported by UK Radio.
  • Second Release: Mr Brian Power presents ‘I Really Don’t Need No Light featuring Lloyd Wade reached number 3 in the Traxsource Soulful House Chart and has featured in over 26 Top DJ’s top 10 such as Paul Trouble Anderson and Nick Power.
  • Mr Brian Power’s remix of Roachford’s ‘Ain’t No Sunshine’ was released Dec 2016.
  • Third Release; Ronnie Herel and Mr Brian Power presents ‘I Wanted Your Love’ was released end of January 2017 and is making waves across all commercial charts.

Media Enquiries:

For Press Please contact Andrea Britton: hello@onlinepruk.com, T +44 7957 264576

For Radio interviews please contact Steve Ripley/Soulfood 07702 161290, T: +44 7957 264576

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Let Dan Lewis Paint your Favourite Place


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Having come across the artwork of Dan Lewis at The Artful Pelican’s launch back in July, I had to know more. Whether it be his heavy love of London or his Lowry-esque interpretations, it was completely up my street. Colourful, humorous and emotional his paintings reflect London life but with a certain amount of cheek 🙂

I commissioned Dan to do a scene of a certain London pub where I happened to meet my beloved and what a gift it made. If you are looking an utterly unique gift, then this is perfect. Ask him anything! Dan is not only talented, but a jolly nice chat to boot! Take a look at some of his work:

Contact Dan Here: Website | Twitter | Facebook e: southlondonartistdan@gmail.com

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Milan Expo 2015


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The Milan Expo is now fully functional and open. Running from May to October 2015, this colossal event site has been transformed over the past 6 years to showcase key messages of sustainability, future food and an overall theme of ‘Feeding The Planet, Energy For Life’. It encompasses technology, innovation, culture, creativity and traditions and how they relate to our food and our diet. It’s principal focus is the right to healthy, secure and sufficient food for all the world’s inhabitants. With over 128 countries involved, each present their own unique attributes to these key issues.

Interestingly much of the locals are boycotting the event, anti-capitalist groups caused a fair bit of trouble protesting in central Milan burning cars and throwing bricks through shop windows. This Expo bothers some people. A lot.

Big brands and the biggest countries certainty rule and perhaps this is the perfect way to show off how they will ‘save the world’ to some (while they’re having their 5 minutes of fame) but we of moral minds know that the real power lies mostly in the underdogs, the runners up, the ‘little people’ with passion, fire and truth. Lindt, Nutella, Coca-Cola, Baccia, Illy, Lavassa… All doing their bit to help developing countries, no doubt, but…finding examples of independent coffee and chocolate makers here was like looking for a needle in a haystack.

I have to admit, I learned a lot about how I am even more determined to source my requirements ethically. I also got a real insight into the wondrous countries in the world I have yet to visit and what they offer in the way of sustainability. Some pavilions were spectacular, a designers dream, a photographers phantasmagoria. But the overall site lacked soul, spirit and individuality. Although for kids visiting with the school, it sure beats sitting around a globe learning geography.

McDonald’s, (who we did boycott) had no shame in promoting their world power but their helium filled balloons and plastic giveaway bags were somewhat contradictory. Ahem.

Everyone had their chance to say ‘We produce this. We can survive on our own. We provide this, we do our bit for the world.’ but the underlying myths of how the event was funded, where the profits go, the ridiculous amounts of imperishable waste and extortionate prices took the shine away for me. Stand out Pavillions were Korea, Argentina and Spain.

More personal disappointment dawned when after 4 hours of searching for the ‘Gender Equality/Women’s Empowerment area, I was met with the below. A mere puff of smoke and lack lustre statement of a key issue in sustainability in the developing world. What I learnt from that board, I could have Googled in less than a minute. Surely in a world cultivating for a sustainable future, promoting ethical buying and the future of our planet, this fact that empowering women in developing countries is part of future success and an positive step towards ending world poverty?

Underneath the surface, it may be controversial, politicely confused and uber brandtastic, but you certainly can’t argue that the message is a good one.