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DJ INKO

INTRODUCE YOURSELF I’ve first met DJ Inko 6 years ago in Thessaloniki, Greece, in one of my favourite bars where he was resident at the time. I was immediately taken by his melodies, I just surrendered myself to the upbeat rhythms of his music and had the urge to hit the dancefloor and keep going until my legs could go no more. Inko’s musical journey started when he was young studying violin, piano and composition which awoke his passion. As a teenager, he started his vinyl collection with funk, disco and house sounds which later defined his style. But what really stands out is the educational journey he took to pursue his passion and master his craft. From a studying sound engineering and music production at the University of Wales to being a graduate of the department of audio engineering at I.I.E.K AKMI as well as completing ”Electronic Music & Technology” course at…

BEST RESTAURANTS IN LONDON FOR DATE NIGHT

 You made great effort on flirting, being charming and smiling (a lot!) and finally got it! You have your first date!! Then you start stressing out (first dates can be really stressful) because you have to make a good impression and make this first date a good one (this is what I call hard work, right?). You have so many things to think about, like what to wear, what subjects are good to discuss, where to go… and should it be dinner or drinks…? One thing less to worry about as I have a list with the best restaurants in London that offer great food and amazing cocktails and will transform this night to a unique experience. Please remember: love goes through the stomach.   INAMO: Covent Garden, Soho, Camden When restaurants make a quantum leap into the future London leads the way. At Inamo guests use tablets to place their…

5 “MUST SEE” MARKETS IN LONDON

London is well known for the great number of covered, outdoor and street markets. Markets in London have their origins in the middle ages and ancient charter; set up to serve the population of the City of London. Today they have a great number of visitors daily and they are spread all over the city. Most open very early in the morning and close early or late in the afternoon. Some specialise in a particular type of product or sell different things on different days. Over time, some markets emerged as wholesale markets selling products such as meat, fish and vegetables. Below you can see a small selection of our favourite markets and some info that will help you decide which one you would like to visit first. Have a look and enjoy! 1. Columbia Road Flower Market Columbia road is very close to Brick Lane and Spitalfields Market in East London. Apart from the flower market…

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