London Lite Monday, 21 September 2009 23 IN&OUTTONIGHT IN&OUTTONIGHT PREVIEWS The Biz cleans up with GrimeLETHAL BIZZLE The album Go Hard is out today. 12PAGE ENTERTAINMENT SECTION CompiledbyLaurenPaxman COMEDYTHEATRECLUBSMUSIC CompiledbyLaurenPaxman Coming SoonTomorrowToday Londons biggest and best newspaper guide to staying in...or going out Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday Coming SoonTomorrowToday GIVEN that he could make the hum of a fridge sound tuneful, Mark Ronson must have his pick of protgs. So its surprising that his latest hook-up isnt with a big-lunged soulstress or an up- and-coming indie band: its with Walthamstow grime star Lethal Bizzle, aka 26-year-old Maxwell Ansah. Marks a really chilled-out guy, buzzes Bizzle down the phone from his new home in Kent. We kept bumping into each other at festivals and he offered to send me some music. I was like, Yeah, cool, but Im a bit picky, a bit fussy. So hed send these tracks over and I was like Nah, those dont work for me, until finally he sent me one and I was like, Oh my gosh, yes! He played hard to get? Yes, he giggles mischievously, sounding less like a hard grime MC by the second. But Mark took it well. We recorded in this studio in Old Street and it was nice, a very memorable experience. The track in question, Lost My Mind, is a stand-out on Bizzles high-energy new album, Go Hard. Its a hip hop number with scratchy violins that shows Bizzles talent for bending grime out of shape. Uniquely, you cant really imagine any of the new songs as ringtones -- was that the plan? I just wanted to make a real party album. Something you can do live and have fun with. Im all about rocking the crowd and giving people a good time. Mark Ronson isnt the first unlikely collaboration for Bizzle. He worked with Babyshambles in 2007 on his second album, Back To Bizznizz, mak- ing him a proper grindie (grime/ indie) artist. Less credibly, he joined forces with Jeremy Clarkson for a Top Gear Comic Relief special. Isnt he worried about losing his cool? No, because in terms of grime, Im up there. Ive made one of the biggest grime hits ever [Pow! (Forward) won him a Mobo for best single in 2004]. Its in my blood. Anyway, keeping it real is whats important. For shizzle, Bizzle. AMBER COWAN Grindie man: Lethal worked with Babyshambles THE VEILs THE haunting rockers, right, are fronted by Kiwi singer Finn Andrews. They split up after their first album, but have since re-formed. Scala, 275-277 Pentonville Rd N1 (0870 060 0100, scala- london.co.uk), 7.30pm, 10. Tube: Kings Cross OK GO ENERGETIC OK GO, right, made one of the best pop videos of the decade -- Here It Goes Again, which scored 48 million views on YouTube. Cargo, 83 Rivington St EC2 (020 7739 3440, cargo-london.com), 7.30pm, returns only. Tube: Old St NAIL THE CrOss AN EClECTIC mix of music and art including sets from Hudson Mohawke, right, Ikonika and Kode9. 10 Oct, Amersham Arms and Goldsmiths Student Union, New Cross (0115 959 7908, nailthecross. com), 5.50pm, 10. Rail: New Cross POPCOrN COmEdy YOUR hosts at Popcorn Comedy deliver another stonking line-up of short films and laughs. Holly Walsh, left, Josie long and Peter Serafinowicz make us giggle between movies. The Tabernacle, Powis Sq W11 (020 7565 7800), 8pm, 7. Tube: ladbroke Grove LAuGHING BOy COmEdy BRENDON BURNS, left, Kevin Bridges and Charlie Baker (MC) turn the audience into laughing boys and girls tomorrow night. Proud, Stables Market, Chalk Farm Rd NW1 (020 7482 3867, laughing boycomedyclub.com), 8.30pm, 10, 8 concs. Tube: Camden Town LAsT sTOP THE PALLAdIum! DARA OBRIAIN, left, Sean lock, lee Mack, Dave Spikey and Paul Zenon (MC) raise laughs and money in aid of Wonderbus, a charity that gives elderly people living in sheltered housing a day out to remember. 25 Oct, london Palladium, 8 Argyll St W1 (0871 297 0746, thewonderbus.org), 7.30pm, 15-30. Tube: Oxford Circus INHErIT THE WINd KEVIN SPACEY, right, stars as a teacher put on trial for teaching the theory of evolution. Until 20 Dec, Old Vic, Waterloo Rd SE1 (0870 060 6628, oldvictheatre.com), Tue- Sat 7.30pm, mats Sat 2.30pm & Sun 5pm, 10- 48.50. Tube: Waterloo summIT CONfErENCE HITlERS squeeze Eva Braun and Mussolinis mistress Clara Petacci meet up and go on the prowl in this dangerous drama, right. Until Sat, New Wimbledon Studio, The Broadway SW19 (0870 060 6646), Tue-Sat 7.45pm, mat Sat 3pm, 12. Tube: Wimbledon THE rIsE ANd fALL Of LITTLE VOICE DIANA VICKERS, right, stars as the painfully shy singer. Also stars lesley Sharp and Marc Warren. Until 30 Jan, Vaudeville Theatre, Strand WC2 (0844 579 1975), Mon-Sat 7.30pm, mats Wed & Sat 2.30pm, 16-48.50. Tube: Charing Cross BITE lYDIA, left, Ian, Markus and Complexus spin electro and indie with hip hop, disco, Motown, doo- wop and rocknroll thrown in for good measure. Punk, 14 Soho St W1 (020 7734 4004, bitebitebite.co.uk), 10pm, 5. 3 concs. Tube: Tottenham Court Rd PIC N mIx COCKABIllY DJs follow live sets from les Doodis & The Divine light Electro Gospel Revue, The Sabretooth Tiger Band and Sound Of The Nudge, left with a mix of rockabilly, disco and pop. The Macbeth, 70 Hoxton St N1 (020 7749 0600), 7.30pm, 5. Tube: Old St CurrICuLum TOPPING the bill at this baile funk, fidget house and dubstep bash is wonky house superstar Riva Starr, left, with Yo Mama DJs in room 2. 29 Oct, Corsica Studios, Units 4/5 Farrell Court, Elephant Rd SE17 (020 7703 4760, corsicastudios. com), 9pm, 5, 3 concs. 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