Together debuts at Cable, Sat 2nd April with Ms Dynamite, Mums of Death & more!

Nov 24, 2009

Lock N Load Events & We Fear Silence present
Saturday 2nd April 2011
Cable, Bermondsey St Tunnel, London, SE1 3JW

Click here for limited £8 early bird tickets:

Main Room:
Ms Dynamite
Mums of Death (Mumdance and Drums of Death) – 1ST EVER SHOW
Girl Unit
Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem
Tom Lea (Fact)

Room 2:
The Kool Kids Klub

After welcoming in the New Year with an unforgettable event at the world famous O2 Academy Brixton, Together is back. Mark Ronson, Annie Mac, Katy B, Fake Blood, Caspa, Herve, Zinc and co were just a few names on a mouth-watering line-up that made Together the hottest ticket in town. With 2011 no fully underway we are ready to announce our first event of the year; hosted under London Bridge’s illustrious arches at Cable. Boasting an incredible soundsystem, an underground experience and intimate vibe, Cable is without doubt one of our favourite venues in London. So who’s on the bill we hear you ask? Well we’re delighted to showcase another spectacular lineup featuring a who’s who of the hottest names in the scene…

Sharp, talented, original, streetwise, outspoken and opinionated, Ms Dynamite is the first lady of UK hip hop. Since bursting onto the scene with UK garage act So Solid Crew, she landed the prestigious Mercury Music Prize in 2002 for her first album ‘A Little Deeper’, before her second album ‘Judgement Days’ hit our airwaves in 2005. After taking a break from music, Ms Dynamite returned to action in 2010 with tracks like ‘Wile Out’ and ‘Light’s On’. Taking in shows up and down the country, this underground MC turned British music princess, is set to perform in London once again, when we welcome her to Cable for Together.

A massive coup for Together, we present the first ever show of Drums of Death and Mumdance aka Mumdance. Having electrified dancefloors worldwide over the last couple of years, Mumdance draws inspiration from Grime, UK funky, American Baltimore Gutter, Afro-beat, High life, and Latin ghetto music. Drums Of Death emerged from London's club scene in early 2008. Whilst keeping his real face a secret with black and white paint, he performs to thousands around the world. In addition he has delivered killer remixes of the likes of Kele, Fenech Solar, Hot Chip, Franz Ferdinand, Drop The Lime, Alphabeat and Mika. A set that has certainly got tongues wagging, we cannot wait to see Mums of Death!

Sin City label supremo and Kiss FM radio show host, Hatcha is one of the Godfathers of dubstep. With nearly 20 years of DJ experience under his belt, Hatcha has gone on to DJ all over the world whilst releasing productions on some of the genres leading labels. He mixed the very first ‘Dubstep Allstars’ compilation and was the first DJ to host a commercial radio show playing only dubstep (on Kiss FM alongside Crazy D). His Sin City label and events alongside fellow pioneer N Type, have helped firmly cement his name in the history and progression of the scene and in a real stamp of integrity, Together is privileged to welcome Hatcha.

Girl Unit makes his debut at Together as a name recognised on the lists of clubbers as ‘one to watch’. Girl Unit started putting out mixes as Girl U No Its True in 2006, starting off with playing Miami Bass, Electro, Ghettotech and Chicago House tracks. Having expanded upon these genres ever since to create a more contemporary house sound, things have recently come full circle and now his productions are revisiting the Detroit/Chicago 808 sounds that originally interested him. With releases forthcoming on Night Slugs and remixes on the horizon for Silverback Recordings, Hemlock, Numbers, 679 and Sony, Girl Unit is one hot property indeed.

Expect massive beats, low frequency vibes and one hell of a party as Together welcomes the Deadly Rhythm Soundsystem. The DJ crew from South London specialise in bringing together the most exciting and ground breaking producers for their Deadly Rhythm showcases. Recent guests include Four Tet, Scuba, James Blake, Jamie Woon, Loefah and Space Dimension Controller. Their music policy effortlessly glides between dubstep, garage, house, 2step and techno, resulting in a melting pot of forward thinking sounds. An outstanding addition to the Together lineup at Cable, we cannot wait to hear what they have in store for us!

Click here for limited £8 early bird tickets:

Cable, Bermondsey St Tunnel, London, SE1 3JW
Open from 10.00pm – 6.00am
Fully licensed bar until close
Nearest Tube: London Bridge (Jubilee & Northern Line)
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