19/03 - Congo Natty & Friends @ Brixton Jamm

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    Congo Natty, Tenor Fly, King Tubby's (with Sound System), Channel One and many more...

    Friday 19 March
    21.00 - 06.00
    Jungle, Reggae, Hip Hop, DubStep
    261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
    £5 before 10, £8 Adv, £10 OTD

    http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region=gb_london&query=detail&event=373541&interface=

    Under an alliance of conscious vibes and positive musical expression, Trinity Music London bring together a selection of London’s most formidable sounds at Brixton’s musical hub, Jamm.

    This huge line up features...

    CONGO NATTY aka REBEL MC featuring
    TENOR FLY, CONNIE B, JAH SOULJAHS: LADY MC & PRINCESS JAHNA

    KING TUBBY'S SOUND SYSTEM [powering Room 2]
    CHANNEL ONE, MIKEY DREAD & RAS KAYLEB [decks & effects]
    SPEAKER'S CORNER QUARTET [live]
    HASAN SALAAM [live]
    RAS ASHEBER & THE AFRIKAN REVOLUTION [live]

    FORMULA featuring
    COBES & DABBLA & AYNZLI JONES
    CODEBREAKER 4.1 [live]
    DJ STILLZE & MC PLUTO
    SLUGZ B2B BOYSON B2B KROOKS
    CRISES
    SKIN SHAPE
    EYES DOWN

    Congo Natty AKA Rebel MC: Jungle Godfather and creator of seminal tracks such as ‘Champion Sound’ ‘Police in Helicopter’ and ‘Junglist’; his sound is the authentic Jungle sound. True to his Rastafarian devotions, his music is conscious and steadfast in its message of peace and Love.

    Tenor Fly: has paid more than his dues in Reggae, Jungle and Hip Hop. The Human Teletext has topped the reggae chart several times over and hit the national top 20 with Tribal Bass, Wickedest Sound, B-Boy Stance amongst many others. Tenor Fly cuts the true raw sound of Jungle vibing with vocal dexterity and booming delivery that sets him apart from other MCs the world over.

    King Tubbys: Spanning almost four decades and originally from St Thomas, Jamaica, King Tubbys is fundamental to sound system culture in the UK. Having mastered the art of musically murdering other sounds, King Tubbys has grafted and built a following and commands respect in Dub Reggae music that stands tall and unfaltering.

    Channel One: Their sound roars, no doubt. Legends in the UK, Europe and the World, the sound is headed by brothers Mikey Dread and Jah T and has built a reputation upon formidable selection and indisputable clarity of heavyweight sound.

    Ras Asheber: Vanguard of the Afrikan Diasporic Renaissance. The multi-talented musician, producer and workshop leader creates spiritual music that points to the cradle of humanity. He makes visionary musical pieces are representative of a wealth of experience in Reggae bands, working with many accomplished international artists and musicians and profound journeys to Zimbabwe, Sierra Leone and Ghana.

    Code Breaker: The MC/ Producer has been a Junglist since day, releasing tracks on high profil labels such as Congo Natty, Dread, Formation and Ganja, as well as Hip Hop releases with BC400 and The Mighty Avatar on Buttercuts Records. He hit the radio airwaves on the Grand Theft Auto 3 and ‘Liberty City Stories’ games, MCing with Rob Playford (Dj Timecode), taking his talents to the consoles of over 18 million gamers. He has a show Flex FM and tours with both the Congo Natty and Dread camps respectively.

    Formula: Key to Trinity productions and the Blocsonic family, has been grabbing much attention in UK Hip Hop circles. His ‘Overcast Project’ delivered the dark intricacies of his beat production finesse to truly exemplify his substantial groove construction. He’s joined by MCs Cobbes and Dabbla, who collaborated with him on the project. He is deep within the realms of production with the Trinity camp, working with the likes of Tenor Fly, Rebel MC and the Alabama3.

    http://www.brixtonjamm.org

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