UK Garage events are rolling in thick and fast across the capital with two step lovers eager to relive the days of yesterday and soak up the feel good vibes of classic anthems.
For the Love of Garage is the next big UKG party on the calendar of ravers everywhere, who will be getting dressed up, and flocking together as the wheels on the garage bus prepare to go round again this time stopping at Plan B in Brixton for a night of the finest garage, house and more.
The headline act is none other than the chart topping Artful Dodger who since bursting into the charts in 2000 with Craig David singing those infamous lyrics ‘Re-Wind when the crowd say Bo! Selector’. This is by far there defining single which still makes the crowd go wild at London Grooves Musiqology parties at Yager Bar every Saturday.
Artful Dodger will be showing off their DJ skills, plus playing other classics such as ‘Women Trouble’ to name only a few, joining them in the all-important DJ Booth will be the legendary Mike ‘Ruff Cutt’ Lloyd, plus the production outfit that dominated the UK Garage remix scene, the one and only ‘Sunship’.
Sunship easily have one of the longest remix catalogues with creations for everyone from Usher, Kelly Rowland to Misteeq’s classic ‘All I Want’, so all roads will be leading to Plan B on Friday 8th May with tickets priced at £8 but will be more on the door. Be sure to arrive early to avoid disappointment and get ready to skank the night away to the very best in UK Garage.
The brains and face of ‘The Streets’ is returning to his love of music and DJ Roots by spinning an eclectic set at The Old Queens Head in Islington.
This popular venue has been booking some top quality performers and DJs over the years from the likes of British hip hop legend DJ Semtex to DJ Vadim and not forgetting London parties favourite Sir Norman Jay. Now the very quirky Mike a Skinner is all set for his gig on Friday 8th May and fans are booking tickets at Usain Bolt speed.
Mr Skinner has always had a wide musical reach, and the ability to get any party started with his love of bass music translated through genres such as Garage, House, Hip hop, Dubstep, Jungle, Trap and more.
Live music is always on the menu of the Old Queens Head during weekdays, whilst weekends turn into an hedonistic playground of hardworking party people, lifting their hands and raising their voices as they roar to the sound of Guest DJs every weekend.
Tickets are priced at just £5 which is a bargain to be in the presence of award winning artists such as Mike Skinner, with a resume of classic anthems such as ‘Has It Come To This’, ‘Fit But You Know It’, ‘Dry Your Eyes’ and countless more it's certain to be a road blocking treat.
Be sure to book now and enjoy the sounds of classics plus current chart topping anthems played weekly at London Groove parties.
All roads are leading to Egg London this Bank Holiday weekend for dedicated UK Garage fans as the brand ‘Pure Old Skool’ prepares to cause some serious damage this weekend.
Legendary UK Garage heroes will be showcasing their DJ and production skills over two days of timeless anthems on Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd May. The music being served by this allstar line up DJs will stretch across the board of Garage, Drum n Bass, House and classic R&B/Hip Hop.
The line up includes veterans such as Fabio & Grooverider, Nicky Blackmarket, Rat Pack, Billy Bunter, Top Buzz, EZM and more in the classic Drum and Bass Terrace. The Ground floor will be entertained by Old Skook Garage stars such as: Grant Nelson, Matt Jam Lamont, Mike Ruff Cutt Lloyd, Ramsey & Fen, Scott Garcia and more.
The Loft will be rocking with Classic house spun by Block, Alex P & Branden, Philgood & Ram, Huck Finn, Arkoss and Jon Russell, whilst classic 90s RnB, soul and Hip Hop is served by Tony Castle, DJ Frisky, Kenny Redz to name only a few.
Tickets are selling fast priced at £20 so book now and if your celebrating birthdays and special occassions this weekend then get yourselves booked on the Yager Bar guestlist for London Groove RnB Fusion and Musiqology parties at Yager Bar in the City of London.
The first round of Bank Holiday weekend madness is upon us as people prepare their party plans to go hard on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night with the wonderful promise of no work on Monday.
The legendary Norman Jay is organinsing his collection of classic anthems and party gems which he’ll be spinning at ‘Up On The Roof’, inside of the popular POW (Prince of Wales) Brixton on Sunday 3rd May.
This ever growing pub, restaurant and night club have been building quite a reputation for hosting top music events and high profile artist performing live, with genres from Hip Hop to Reggae and Rock being celebrated.
Daytime tickets are now sold out online for Up On The Roof this Sunday, but at least 75 tickets are being held back to be purchased on the door based on a first come first serve basis. The party will be swinging from 2pm till 4am and will feature a marathon 4hour Good Times set from London parties favourite Norman Jay rocking all things funk, soul, r&b, hip hop and more loved across London Groove RnB Fusion parties on Friday nights at Yager Bar.
Other DJs will include Melvo Baptise, John Jones, X Press 2, Colin Dale and many more spinning between the Terrace, Club and Boudoir so book now with entry priced at £15 or miss out on a day and night to remember.
Eclectic music lovers are in for real treat for the upcoming bank holiday weekend as top stars from around the world be flocking to the UK to entertain the masses.
Before raving at various clubs in the capital to the sounds of UK bass, house, dancehall or soaking up your favorite Chris Brown, Drake, Beyonce, Disclosure anthems at London Grooves Musiqology parties at Yager Bar on Saturdays, why enjoy the sounds of Flying Lotus Live in concert.
The experimental artist respected for his production skills, and ocassional rhymes is headlining at the legendary Brixton Academy on Friday 1st May. The creative mind of Mr Lotus has been consumed with the completion of his latest album ‘You’re Dead’ which is the theme and name of his UK Tour.
Now the L.A Star is free to perform the album live which he often does using state of the art electronic equipment combining his DJ ability with his flare of entertaining large festival crowds delivering his music in a sponataneous way. Having recently rocked Coachella (LA’s equivalent of Glastonbury) now Flying Lotus is ready to blow the roof of Brixton Academy, so book tickets now priced at £27.50 for early birds and £29.50 for standard entry.
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