After a brief hiatus, April saw the return of Glug London for a special ‘Music Matters’ evening. As always, Source were on hand to dish out free beer and chat to slightly drunken creative-types about the James Baldwin Trust (our sponsored charity) only to then send them off on a special Source Easter egg hunt around Cargo. It’s all about the ‘Not Working’ after all folks…

Studio Output and Glug did an amazing job of putting together some super-cool independent agencies and speakers, which included the likes of FieldFoam andRichard Robinson Design.

Richard Robinson is an award-winning designer specialising in music, which has seen him work with the likes of Polydor Records, The Klaxons and Kate Nash. He creates striking images alongside simple backdrops, enabling him to create eye-catching album art and posters.

Field are ahead of their game in terms of digital art and installations. They have a futuristic, ‘other worldly’ aesthetic, which is both cutting-edge and wholly unique. Founded by partners Marcus Wendt and Vera-Maria Glahn, they spoke to Glug about their involvement with art and music.

As a special treat, Source arranged for an Easter egg hunt around Cargo – check out the images on to see the happy smiley faces of our competition winners!

If you’d like to see what Glug is all about, keep an eye on the Source blog and our Twitter and Facebook pages for details about the next event.

p.s. A special shout-out to Dephect – we love our new Oyster Card holders. Thanks!