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  1. Dear Jungle,

    I am writing to invite you to come and meet the Panic-Revs Team. It all started back in 2010 with a bunch of brazilians crazy about motocross (MX) riding on weekends in the UK MX tracks – mainly around London.

    Now we have a bunch of brazilians, english, polish, romanians you name it. Its a great diverse community with something in common love for the sport.

    We are have a race meeting in one of the most traditional MX tracks in the South East, its called Canada Heights. Its going to be a family day and the first ever race for some of us including me.

    Its on Sunday July 07/07/13 at 10:00 am at Canada Heights (Button Street, Swanley, Kent, BR8 8DX) FREE.

    Lets us know if you guys can make it,

    Valeu Bro

  2. Hi!

    I am opening a new restaurant t in the city of London celebrating Brazilian and Japanese culture.

    I am looking for some contemporary dancers/performers as well as some progressive DJs who will play a set with a Brazilian twist. Also I wanted to ask do you know anyone who does visuals as well (with a Brazilian twist?)

    Please do let us know…I look forward to hearing from you!

    Kind regards


  3. Hi!
    I’m a producer on The Strand – a daily live arts programme on BBC World Service (Radio).
    We are doing a Brazilian special this Friday and one of my colleagues recommended I get in touch about finding someone who is a specialist on the Brazilian Music Scene. Would you be able to recommend someone who is across what is happening in Brazil music wise at the moment and who is prepared to come into the studio to record an interview?
    If you can help (or even if you can’t!) would you be kind enough to get in touch either by email nicky, or by mobile 07714 286 8685
    Many thanks and best wishes
    Nicky Barranger
    BBC World Service
    The Strand

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