This show was rescheduled from 7th November 2020.
Mark Stewart & the Maffia
Mark Stewart was the lead vocalist and revolutionary sloganeer behind the Pop Group, now cited as one of the most influential post-punk bands. In the 1980s and through the 1990s he went on to form Mark Stewart and the Maffia releasing a range of heavily politicised, boundary-pushing albums fusing electronic, dub, twisted disco, and industrial-strength hip-hop into a unique ground-breaking sound.
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African Head Charge
Formed in the early 1980's, they were one of the biggest dub reggae bands around at the time.
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Hailing from Kingston, Jamaica, reggae veteran Horace 'Sleepy' Andy has been producing nothing but the finest music in the industry for over thirty years, earning him legendary status both in Jamaican music and reggae worldwide. His highly distinctive, unique voice was unleashed in 1970 with his first release 'Oh Lord, Why Lord'. He went on to release a plethora of classic tracks throughout the '70s and '80s, including 'Money, Money', 'Skylarking' and 'Natty Dread A Weh She Want' to name a few. Collaborating with Bristol trip-hop stars Massive Attack in the '90s gained him recognition and respect outside the reggae scene.
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Pinch, aka Rob Ellis, is Bristol's leading man of dubstep, responsible for a catalogue of deep, dark and innovative bass music. Alongside his own material, his Tectonic Recordings imprint has given a platform to early releases from the likes of Skream, Flying Lotus and Addison Groove.
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Tackhead, Creation Rebel, Little Axe, Tessa Pollitt
- 9-17 Highgate Road
- Kentish Town
- NW5 1JY