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Never miss another 'Dub Pistols' show
Dub Pistols have done everything it's possible to do in a band and still want more. Fronted by infamous Londoner, Barry Ashworth, they have toured the world more times than most of us have changed channels, they have spent years breaking America down into tiny, eager pieces via extended jaunts with punk-rock roadshows, whilst remixing the likes of Moby, Korn, Limp Bizkit and a host of others along the way. Simply one of the best live bands in the UK.
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The men behind classic old skool anthem Hooligan 69, the Ragga Twins have spread the talents throughout dance music for over a decade. Producers, MC's, DJs and talented recording artists in their own right.
Ragga Twins tour dates
Rodney P cut his teeth as a member of the late-80s hip-hop act London Posse. He has been touring constantly since then, as well as being involved in making radio documentaries and recording collaborations with artists such as Bjork and Roots Manuva. His solo material blends reggae and hip-hop to create intelligent music people can party to.
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A heady blend of brash, hip-hop-inspired grooves, underplayed by breakbeats, the band aren't tied to any set sound, with the likes of drum 'n bass, dancehall vocals, house rhythms, electro and hip-hop all employed in the mix.
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Brighton-based DJ / producer who fuses funk, hip-hop and breaks with his own highly innovative take on scratching, sampling and mixing. A long-time collaborator with Krafty Kuts.
A-Skillz tour dates
Half of the legendary Atomic Hooligan, now a Bass=win label co-owner, Terry is Turntablist / DJ extraordinaire that is known around the world for his terrific shoulder scratch and mash up of tunes that say bass.
Terry Hooligan tour dates
Federico Marin is Kiko Bun, a reggae artist based in London. Raised on a diet of classical, salsa and hip hop, it was eventually the sun-soaked sounds of reggae that became his musical love. He mixes his deep love of Jamaican roots music with the sound of modern London bass culture.
Kiko got a lucky break being asked to record a cover of Toots and Maytals' '54-46 Was My Number' for the Channel 4 drama series 'This Is England '90' and has gone on to sign to the legendary Island Records label, home of course to, amongst others, Bob Marley.
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