Saturday 5th May EAT YOUR GREENS Presents:
Rack’n’Ruin ft. MC Sage:
Part of the new generation of dj’s pushing UK bass music forward, it has proved increasingly hard to pigeonhole Rack ‘n’ Ruin into any sort of genre. With the sounds of garage, hip hop and jungle ever present in his productions and a clear focus on the dancefloor the future looks bright for this talented producer.
Curtis Lynch ft. Mr Williamz:
Since 2006 veteran dj and producer Curtis Lynch, along with his Necessary Mayhem imprint, “has established himself as one of Britain’s most successful reggae producers”. Collaborations with the likes of Marcus Visionary, Benny Page and Frisk have resulted in a series of heavyweight jungle remixes which have been received to critical acclaim.
Storming onto the international stage with his debut release ‘Babylon in Helicopter’ (Necessary Mayhem), Mr Williamz is one of the UK’s most promising new reggae/dancehall acts. With a string of releases due to drop and bookings coming in from across the globe, 2012 looks to be a promising year for the Necessary Mayhem family.
Hailed by Knowledge Magazine as one of 2010’s best new producers, Mikal has released a string of hits on top labels from Metalheadz to Symmetry and has collaborated with the likes of Break and Icicle. Mikal’s productions are epitomised by his trademark precision, building dark rollers with huge b-lines, tempered by his reggae influences.
One of Liverpool’s most prolific grocers of grime, Horza can be found in clubs and venues across the city on a almost daily basis. Bring crowds his eclectic style of all things 140, Horza has carved a niche for himself based on quality tunes, tight mixing and his big bouncy fro.
Plus Residents Barry West, Jonas and (probably not) Rave Mears
advance tickets are available NOW from lost art and django’s with no booking fee, and on ticketline…
The Kazimier… 10-4
5th May 2012