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Welcome to the

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IT’s been hard work putting this together but, fun. We have enjoyed working with everyone that has been involved in the process. We are about supporting and working with the many up and coming talents around at the moment. Please give your feedback, get involved, send us a love email if you so wish. And we hope you like it as much as we do!!!! You can catch us on duttyteam@hotmail.com Love Mary “dutty Grit” & Lloyd “Dutty Boi” xx

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CONTRIBUTORS Elliott Morgan Tommy Chatt Tommy- Lloyd Baker Lillee Cathcart Lizzie Flint David White Jaye Cook Anastasia Ku James Tozer

Thank you to all of you. Special thank you’s to Scottee & Scally Dan Dan for getting involved. Thank you to: Beyond Retro & Cucumba

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Editor’s In Chief/Creative Directors lloyd-Scott Tyler & Mary Cormack Published by DUTTY Publications a part of Dutty Promotions

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scottee scottee Photos Provided by Scottee Scottee Words Lloyd-Scott Tyler

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Have you always been interested in entertaining? Yes, to a cetrain extent – I don’t think people largly come to my shows to be entertained and I don’t really set out to create something entertaining. I’ve always been a showoff and love to create and perform, I was that kid at the back of the class glancing out the window day dreaming and I’ve recently realised that’s mainly how I still work, my friends always know when I’m off in cuckoo land – I can still hold a conversation but my mind is elsewhere dreaming up silly things to do infront of people. What is your draw to Avant Garde performance? I think I was nurtured that way. When I was young I joined a Youth Theatre, the theatre was a fringe venue that support new, innovative work and they installed this into their youth theatre too. When we were 17 we were locking people in basements and throwing water over them to system of a down – I don’t think you get more avant garde than that. Also growing up I was into bizarre things like Victoria Wood, French & Saunders, Diana Dors and Hattie Jacques so my oddity started young. Do you use make-up and costume to enhance characteristics of your personality -or is it merely a tool used as part of your act? A tool, if it was my everything I would be a ‘host’ – I’m not intrested in being wallpaper in nightclubs anymore. I use makeup to convey emotion and costume is handy to give context and stature. My main tool is surprise – I love surprising people. We have just recently seen your show Origami Shark at Circus. Where did your inspiration for the show come from? Since I was 7 I’ve been petrified of Sharks, My aunt made me watch a re-run of Jaws when I should have been in bed and I was horrified – I wanted to experiement with irrational fear, hence I present myself as a mimed clown – lots of people are scared of clowns and people who are mute, I backed it to the soundtrack from the film Jaws and its an experiment if something that scares you can be enjoyable. How do you ensure that you keep your work fresh and original? I have a studio in Vauxhall and I try and lock myself away in there at leaste once a week. There I’ll make and outfit, expierment with a new trick, paint my face or sew bits of paper together, I think this helps genrate ideas and make you fluent in your skill.

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Your shows always have a unique and captivating unpredictability to them; are they scripted, or improvised around a special theme? I have a basic idea set out before I perform them – technical shows that involve bits of magic or illusion have to be rehearsed but I leave the emotion until the moment I go on. So who gets to see them first- or do you just do a performance as the test run? The audience! So tell us about your recently released DVD? Never Trust a Man in a Wig is about 6yrs old – I make a film every year in 24hrs and this is the result – 6 films, made, filmed and edited by me. Is making a DVD something you have always wanted to do? For sure, Im a bit like Katie Price in my head, which is a bizarre visual I know. Can you tell us a bit about EYHO? Where did that come from? We are a collective of artists who promote progressive performance. Each event we celebrate experimental work from the UK’s most pioneering performers & film makers (dont worry you wont have to sit through a fatty bleeding over your your Primark heels - we’re post-90’s). Are there plans to develop EYHO? We are ontour most of this summer in Brighton, Sheffield, Bristol, Edinburgh and London. Its going to be one hell of a year! Do you think anyone can do what you can do? Yes. Is there more to come? What else can we expect from you? I don’t know. If I knew It wouldn’t be special.

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How Dutty Are You??? Gold or Silver?

Gold, Silver is for Argos non? How do you take your Nando’s? I don’t Im vegetarian. Drink of choice? Ammeretto Sours Ultimate 80’s tune? Freedom – Wham – its was no1 when I was born – its explains a lot. If your alter-ego was political , who would it be- and why? Mo Mowlam – I like to piss people off and be the batty old dear in the corner. (plus she achieved so much for my homeland Ireland) Okay so personally I think Scottee is a perfect example of being Dutty! 22/25 - Nando’s do do vegetarian!! But we gave you 2 points for standing up for vegetarians!

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Time for Tea

Written by Mary Cormack & Lloyd-Scott Tyler

Tucked away on Conduit Street, you will find the most stylish of restaurants by the name of Sketch. If this place was a drink it would be a Lychee & Pear Martini – you wouldn’t think it would work but it just does.

The mix of modern art combined with vintag wondrous atmosphere to please any artistic before you’ve even sat down. Greeted by eleg mannered door staff, the wait was well worth ings are not taken for tea between the hour décor and the classically dressed staff is com presentation of the food. When it came to o a classic combination of earl grey and scones modern option of earl grey with white and da were presented on such a beautiful and delica prestigious of grandmothers would be proud

After being served with our delicious tr a little surprised that none of the parlo to check if we were satisfied with our a Perhaps this basic of customer service more elaborate meals in the restauran returned to enquire our reply would sim superb!”

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ge furniture cultivates a mind. And all this happens gantly dressed and pleasant h while (unfortunately bookrs of 3-6pm). The detail in the mplimented with the intricate ordering Grit was quick to pick s, whilst Boi chose the more ark chocolate Grenache. Both ate tea set which the most of.

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Photography & Words by James Tozer

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ART (n) 1. The products of human creativity; the creation of beautiful or significant things

2. The sane visions of a fucked up mind

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Anastasia Ku We caught up with student fashion designer Anastasia to see what she’s all about and why she does what she does, what makes this fascinating designer tick. Anastasia’s designs are opposite and here is what she had to say......... “I have been determined to succeed in what I am most passionate about since early childhood. I drew inspiration from the most intricate details of everyday life such as the motion of a falling leaf, noticing this fascination, my mother enrolled me in an afterschool crafts club. From then on, I entered textiles competitions and worked with many challenging materials such as leather and wood embellishment which consequently led to winning my first competition at the age of seven. Heavily influenced by Hussein Chalayan and Victor and Rolf, I aspire to follow the surrealist approach in contemporary fashion design, specializing in the creation of bold pieces which would be fitting both on the catwalk and as installation pieces in a gallery. Accordingly, my work reflects an innate ability to experiment with bizarre ideas and work without limits. Having always been captivated into incorporating unorthodox resources, in my work I embrace a range of materials including fiber optics, LEDs, plastics, wire and smart materials. As I continue to design, I am consistently drawn to abstract, architect inspired garments. Interpreting ‘Making a building is like putting on clothes’ by Aaron Betsky from the book Landscapes, I took the opportunity to change the traditional silhouette into a garment alive with sharp contours, lending itself a power to shock that would distort proportion and make a statement with its structure.” Contact Anastasia -

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her t o M y M , n o i L A m I A ther a F y M d n A h c t i W Is A Is A Wardrobe By Lizzie Flint lectronic. The e e th f o h c o p e extraordinary e th in n conceiv, o ia n e rn m a o N n e in h p rn a o b s was he internet wa T . e n concern. o *TWEET TWEET* I h a p s e a il w b e o c m fa e ru th o d an an time when y a in e c a p -S laptop, the walkm y M that chins d d n a te c k e o p o x b e e c e a m F a f c o n e where it be g a im y ing the generatio d o b t n d diets and e fa g n in o tr t s n f e o w ra ly e e e iv s th We all obses . I was made in d e k c n pounds. u s te r re e e v o w r s fo ie y m r m e v tu I was free deli l. were tucked and il p e out of d m t re e e g th … e s y o it r h c b I le ls. nted to be ce a w ll a took slimming pil e w ; s e ro; Big Mac, 6 ti r e a h p ir r e ta th rs e e k p li u s e d rg nted to go la a w Skinny lattes an n e m d n a him too. ro e z to t e o iz g s y e re e th w ; y n a e s here! Wom us you might io r to o N c. a P 2 illed . I and pack, and they k rd a iz w a r, e d n o warlock, a w a m a I . d a e h ers. The re w fo o T y o m n Tw o e g h T in . tn g h g destroy one rin to t I was born with li s e bomb e b u tu q e a th n o n e rk h a w b m re t to e em, I was the th it h is not e a fellowship wen n ld r la o p w e e th th n e m h e w th as there Apparently to r. a w d re Twin Towers. I w la c e d ce to prevail e la o w s n f e o h w m tu re n e a th u as more than a q d e e went off and I w n u o y ; h c u ll you this m te ll I’ t u b h g u o n e over this. ors. The s s e c ro p rd o w d processors an d o o F e house. . it g h in w s s e e c th ro in p f y o il e m e tim lack fa I was formed in th y had marmite ideas and put a b y world is m in g in th y r e e h v T E . u eat yours? o y o P.C’s and non P.C’s d w o H . it or you hate it now! d e e n I d You either love it n a l a u x , textual or se m o c t o d r o l a it dig

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My first love was my dance instru ctor Johnny. I was only 17 years old; a baby. I was Baby. My mother an d father didn’t approve but it didn ’t matter because I had the time of my life. We had the greatest summer lovin’, happ ened so fast. We swam naked in the sea and go t attacked by a shark. Crickey! Th e fish killed him! We now got sent out for a sm oke. The saddest thing I ever sa w were smokers outside the hospital door. My real love actually though I met on a ship; the largest and most lu xurious which they said would never sink. It sa nk. I haven’t since seen him but I’m ok because I’ve got girl power. He was a corp orate raider and when he told m e what he did my response was that was the same as when stolen cars are cut up fo r parts and sold for more than the whole car is wo rth. We had a rocky relationship; he cheated on me and claimed it was ok becaus e we were on a break. I didn’t ag ree. I got my first job as a waitress; it wasn’t my dream and I soon mov ed up in the world and was working for Bloom ingdales. Now I work for Ralph La uren but my father says I need to stop tiptoei ng around in my ballet shoes and become a street fighter. First rule: never tell anyo ne about our club. Second rule: ne ver tell anyone about our club. My father isn’t with me now. He is in prison; he became perhaps the most famous criminal defendant in American hi story; so famous, that people on ly refer to him by his initials. He was a real family guy and told people he had a licen se to kill. He is yellow. They were all yellow. I looked at the stars and saw how they shone so bright for me, in everything that I do. I am hale bop. My mother has gone as well. Sh e died after a car crash being chas ed down a tunnel by the Press in the city of love. I remember her at the hospital. My brother K and I went to the hospital. She held out her trembling hand to K and had him sit down beside her, she spoke with great difficulty, it was difficult to unders tand her, but what she said was…oops, hang on, I think I’ve gone over 140 char acters.

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scally dandan Words by Mary Cormack

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How long have you been DJing for? And when did you realise it was something you were serious about? A few years now, it got serious for me once I started getting booked for gigs, and I realised I could do it as my full time job. I’ve always tried to live outside of ‘the/their/your system’ and never really wanted a day job anyway, which meant that for the most part of my life I’ve lived as a peasant but realised that DJing could be my career, as I love making people dance and I’m passionate about what I play. My background is in Fine Art, but I fundamentally hate the ‘art world’ and I prefer clubs and more people centered accessible environments, so for me it’s the perfect occupation. Sweet. Do you prefer doing one off DJ slots- or do you like doing regular weekly/monthly nights? Erm, I don’t really have a preference it’s more about the party, or more importantly the crowd, a big crowd who are up for it. So do you have a favourite place to get dirty in when you’re not behind the decks? I think my favourite places to party are Nuke Them All and Chew The Fat in London and in Manchester I would say it’s a night called Carry On. But to be brutally honest I’m a bit of a homeboy and I prefer staying in and downloading music and having a mix, or watching some David Icke type conspiracy films with a fat arse pizza. What nights/ DJ’s at the moment should we look out for? Your Mum’s House is really blowing up right now. DJ wise I’m all over about four DJs at the moment who I think are genii. Radiokillaz, Lambskin, De Funkto and Keynos. They all have mixes lurking around the internet. But I predict big tings for all of them in the next year or so. Radiokillaz particularly are getting exposure in the ‘mainstream’ with their productions being championed by Annie Nightingale on Radio1 etc. My podcast has been a big fan of theirs for a looooong time. If you had to pick 3 music genres that inspire you the most- what would they be?

I actually hate music genres, as the labels are so unfitting to what I play. But if it’s a life or death question, Fidget, Dubstep, Brazillian Funk. But in reality I could name about 30 that make me horny.

What do most people miss- judge about you? People seem to think I’m big-headed and arrogant but I’m actually cripplingly shy.

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How Dutty Are You??? Gold or Silver?

Silver - like the stars. Gold is such an over-rated commodity and has been the cause of so much war bloodshed and control over our lives. If you take gold as symbollic of money, it still controls our lives in unfathomable ways to the point that it dictates how we live and spend our lives, mainly doing stuff we don’t like and enjoy. So I guess I’m a bit anti-gold. How do you take your Nando’s? I hate Nando’s with every fibre of my being, and I know its a very cult thing on the scene at the moment. I’ve been there once and I thought it was completely shit to be honest. They’re pretty good with their hype though and paying off big name producers and DJs to big them up on Twitter etc, but I think they’re gash personally. I’d much rather have a £5 fry up from La Cigale in Camden. Drink of choice? Ginger Beer, this is actually my rider for gigs! Ginger Beer is basically like crack to me. If I’m pedantic I like Bundabergs the best it truly is the drink of the stars! I will settle for a can of DG too, but that Fentimans shit is rank. You can get Bundabergs from the Chinese supermarket near On The Rocks in Shoreditch, it’s the only place I’ve found it in LDN so far though. I’m pretty certain if people could get past my agent I would accept payment for gigs in cases of Bundaberg! Ultimate 80’s tune? I have lots of music from the 80s that I like, but I’m mostly inspired by the music of now, and music being made now excites me more than any other time in history. I’m a situationist and a futurist. Also the 80s were a pretty awful time in my life, as a child growing up in Thatchers North of England. The music from the 80s as influential as it is doesn’t need anymore exposure, the peeps of the now do tho. I face forward, eyes and ears to the front! : ) If your alter-ego was political figure, who would it be- and why? None. I hate and despise politics. I don’t believe we need to be led or governed. Most people cannot imagine a world where we don’t have a top down system of control as they think it would be too chaotic, which I find scary. Bring it all down. Stop following politicians. Live by your own moral compass and ignore laws and courts where they don’t suit you. All political parties are ultimately controlled by the same behind the scene forces if people merely scratched the surface, and the idea of joining that den of corruption and mendacity leaves me cold. As the expression goes, ‘anybody who wants to be a politician should be banned from being one’. Well we thought he’d be a bit more Dutty but he is definately almost there 20/25 I mean he dislikes Nandos? and we also love gold! But he does put up a good fight!

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Photos by Mary Cormack This is the section for the coolest people on the streets thinkg you got what it takes? or want your photos featured see opposite page!

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Wanna get involved with D:VOID Magazine? Send your ideas/contributions to duttyteam@hotmail.com Submit street style photos like the one on the page opposite. Thanks Love Dutty Grit & Dutty Boi xx

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A selection of works from Artist Jaye Cook’s “Chaos and the Self” Cook’s piece draws on the chaos of one’s life and experiences as he tread’s his path through a world unknown. Our minds are chaotic whether positive or bad; new experiences can face us every day and every step we take can lead us somewhere dark or light. To confront life is not always good, pain and hurt can be beautiful, used for strength and for growth, beauty is in chaos, in tears, in our most hurtful of times, to hold our heads high and walk on still baring our scars is beauty and purity. Through art he makes sense of what he goes through and explores his motives - “My life for now is my art”

Photography & Words by Jaye Cook Word Adapted for Print by Lloyd-Scott Tyler

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LILEE’S

1. Fancy- Slice Me Nice, 1984: First hit single for German Eurodance billboard dance chart three times in the late 80’s and was huge on http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzD9CyFtH4o

2. The Flirts- Passion, 1982: Female trio masterminded and produce line-up changes throughout the 80’s the group had several dance moves ever. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BP7Gc4CTS4

3. Total Coelo- I Eat Cannibals part.1, 1982: Taking their name from t British female five-piece vocal band. This new wave, electronic laye that shot the band to success in 1982. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4O1A-mmBWw&feature=relat

4. B52’s- Private Idaho, 1980: The second hit single from their secon cade before the bands signature hit, Loveshack. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7t7cGwN7_0

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5. Patrick Cowley & Sylvester- Menergy, 1983: Patrick Cowley, dubbe dance music, collaborated with musician Sylvester on this 1982 hit celebration of the gay sex scene. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phyU3w9S59w&feature=related


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READ IN A LIBRARY? I THINK I'LL WAT WORDS & PHOTOS BY ROBERT DAVIES

Third Isle to the right---

Ok so all you London folk can jibber jabber about how you have the best club nights, bes best looking men, and you are so so right. BUT. experiencing funky beats within a quaint, t brary may not be one to boast about. Here in the north-west, the city of Lancaster to the city library. This may seem like your box-standard, snooty-being infested Library. But casions, the latest in musical talent are cast upon it's constructed stage, side by side with books. Past appearances have included Florence & the machine and Adele when the two w in the....children's reading section as it were. Frankmusik, Los campesinos, Bat for lashes a bats have also taken to this tale filled stage. If you have every fancied a dose of squelch with your post-modern literature or heavy folk tones with your ancient history encyclo is certainly the place to suit your needs (not that I am in sales or anything). I managed fabulous chew lips chirp out their harmonic tunes in this strange setting. With the cute sion of Fenech-Soler opening, the crowd was quite a mixed one to say the least. Ranging f savvy Library users, bopping away quite uncomfortably, to the common scene-kid crowd to every single library hosted gig (who ever thought the young angst-ers would take refu conservative habitat, the whole situation is just a big pot of juxtaposition). Although the v any kind of closure for the poor bands, taking breaks and sitting pretty much on boxes a right next to the keen crowd, the Library did managed to pull some atmospheric smoke vibrant lighting out of the bag, creating a canvas for Tigs (CL lead singer) to roboticly pran maybe being the best way of describing her stage performance. 02 arena? MEN? who nee for that big kerfuffle when you could pay mere pounds for an educational music experie


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