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Saatchi & Saatchi is to move east from Soho to a new landmark office on the former site of the celebrated Turnmills nightclub in Farringdon, ending months of uncertainty for London’s best-known advertising agency.

Fatboy Slim plays the House of Commons for Last Night A DJ Saved My Life Foundation in London, Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Fatboy Slim to headline at Bestival's 10th anniversary

Fatboy Slim has been announced as the final headliner for Bestival's 10th anniversary event.

Fatboy Slim to play gig at the Palace of Westminster

DJ in the House! Fatboy Slim to play gig in Parliament tonight

Music and politics rarely mix well, what with Radiohead's Thom Yorke recently threatening to sue David Cameron if the Tories ever use his tunes on the campaign trail. But superstar DJ Fatboy Slim has no qualms about mixing things up and is due to perform a gig tonight at the House of Commons.

IoS album review: Mexican Institute of Sounds, Politico (Chusma Records)

Mexican producer Camilo Lara has been making kitsch, cool, funky sonic collages from the old, new, borrowed and blue for six years now.

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Chill out at coolest festival of them all

Snowbombing, a dance extravaganza in the Austrian Alps, has become a highlight of the musical year, says Elisa Bray

Album: Black Eyed Peas, The Beginning (Interscope)

Hands in the air if you care to join the joyless party

Album: Various composers, Fiction – Quatuor Ebene & Guests (Virgin Classics)

Lorraine Hunt Lieberson did it first.

Snowbombing Festival, Mayrhofen, Austria

Mayrhofen is a tranquil, quaint mountain village. But for one week in April, by 9pm it is a hive of activity, its chalet-lined streets filled with revellers in fancy dress. The day's snowboarding and skiing has taken place, so music takes over.

Album: David Byrne and Fatboy Slim, Here Lies Love (Nonesuch)

Put on your dancing shoes: it's Imelda Marcos – the musical

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The director and star of 'Where The Wild Things Are' discuss their new film

This little piggy will feed 150 people...

Crispy yet tender, hog roasts are the latest must-have addition to upmarket barbecues. Nina Lakhani and Gareth Francis report

Album: Brighton Port Authority, I Think We're Gonna Need a Bigger Boat (Southern Fried)

Brighton Port Authority is the latest incarnation of Norman Cook. The concept is that BPA's songs could have been recorded "sometime during the Seventies", which really means it's a repository for stuff that wouldn't get the Fatboy Slim fans going nuts. And also an excuse to hook up with his friends. The novelty Afro-pop single "Toe Jam" has David Byrne in supremely irritating form, but Martha Wainwright's lover's rock number "Spade" is worthy of Susan Cadogan or Janet Kay.

Trail Of The Unexpected: Carnival in Salvador

Making merry in the capital of Afro-Brazilian culture

The last dance: The End opens its doors for final time to host party to end all parties

The End, the London nightclub which helped Fatboy Slim find fame, shuts on Saturday. But recession is not to blame for the latest closure in clubland. Jerome Taylor reports

Rhythm king: The return of the Roland 808 drum machine

The TR-808 drum machine was the sound of the Eighties. Now it's back – courtesy of Kanye West's new album, out today. Rhodri Marsden feels the beat
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