Artworks created for the 2019 Turner Prize revealed at Turner Contemporary | AFP

The contemporary artworks created for this year’s Turner Prize have been revealed at Turner Contemporary in Margate. Opening to the public on Saturday, the exhibition shows the work of the four shortlisted artists: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani, all focusing on the miseries of our time; on human resilience; on division and reconciliation; on despair and hope.

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Swimmer completes record round-Britain tour

Ross Edgley completes a round-Britain swim, becoming the first person to ever swim the 2,882km journey. Edgley set off from Margate on 1 June and expected to take 100-days. In fact the marathon lasted 157 days, with hundreds of swimmers joining him for the final kilometre of his journey back to Margate.

Delta Heavy – Reborn – OUT NOW

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Quintessential stadium anthems are Delta Heavy’s forte and ‘Reborn’ demonstrates how they’ve gained this reputation. Setting show stopping-agendas since their first release on the RAM imprint, this next one is no different, however, a cinematic roller isn’t all this release has to offer. With remixes from Spoils and June Miller, there’s a colour reel of sound spinning throughout; a host of tracks to suit every palette.
‘Reborn’ embodies exactly what Delta Heavy represents as a collaborative project. An arpeggio of notes leads delicately into emotionally charged vocals, pedestalling the record and creating a musically picturesque backdrop. With the undertow of a pounding morphine bassline and the relentless instrumentation of jungle infused drums, there’s no mistaking the artists’ nod towards their harder productions. Epic, timeless and puffed out with a grandeur composition, Delta Heavy have yet to disappoint.
On the remixes, June Miller carefully crafts their take against the original, uncompromising yet delicately woven and not without its predecessors’ emotional crescendo. And lastly, Spoils introduces us to a genre-infused uptake that catches you unaware, with a steppy melody which stays true to its roots yet delves deep into Spoil’s production aptitude.
So once again, it’s time to take up Delta Heavy’s offerings. They’ve delivered the perfect successor to their ‘Apollo EP’, yet again reasserting their title as one of the bass scene’s heavyweights.

Tour Dates

3rd Nov: Winter Gardens, Margate, UK
4th Nov: Leas Cliff Hall, Folkestone, UK
6th Nov: Winter Gardens, Eastbourne, UK
7th Nov: Rock City, Nottingham, UK
8th Nov: O2 Academy, Sheffield, UK
10th Nov: O2 Academy, Leicester, UK
11th Nov: Guildhall, Portsmouth, UK
22nd Nov: Innovation, Amsterdam, Netherlands
28th Nov: Imagination Festival, Prague, Czech Republic
12th Dec: RAM, Fabric, London, UK
19th Dec: RAM, Harterei Club, Zurich, Switzerland
29th Dec: Rhythm & Vines, Gisbourne, New Zealand
31st Dec: Origin, Perth Australia
1st Jan 2015: Play, Adelaide, Australia
2nd Jan 2015: Billboards, Melbourne, Australia

DJ Support:

Chase & Status, Andy C, B.Traits, Crissy Criss, Calyx & Teebee, London Elektricity, Danny Byrd, Dirtyphonics, Frankee, Mind Vortex, Rene LaVice, S.P.Y, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, TC, Larry Tee, Kove, The Squatters, Taiki Nulight,

“Huge” – Kove
“BIG” – Crissy Criss
“June Miller remix is ill!” – Frankee
“Nice track, and I really like the Spoils Remix as well” – S.P.Y

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