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Save The Jungle Charity Rave on Saturday 29th February 2020
Save The Jungle is back once again to help do our bit to save the planet... with your help ofcourse ! The Amazon Jungle and Australian Bush Fires are blazing hard and need any bit of help they can get.
We have to thank everyone involved in making the last one such a success, it was such a great night and we ended up raising £305 for charity in the end.
This time its a change of venue to The Shipping Forecast on Slater Street who have very kindly allowed us to play there. Big up to North Shore Trubadour for hosting the last one for us.
This time around we have another weighty lineup involved with the mighty Tim Reaper (Globex/Green Bay Wax) making his Liverpool debut, Charla Green (UK Jungle Records) headlining for us with massive Support from King Chuga (King Bass Recordings/Jungletrain.net), AndeeJ & The undoubtable MC Cox (100th Monkey), Outhouse Sounds & Nicander Hifi & Tommy Badman B2B with special guest and lifelong friend B-Side. Lets not forget MC Flux hosting over the whole night to add his proffessional touch on things !
Thanks for reading and hope to see you all there fellow Junglists and Junglettes ! :)
DJs & Mc`s;
Tim Reaper - https://soundcloud.com/tim-reaper
Charla Green - https://soundcloud.com/charlagreen
King Chuga - https://soundcloud.com/king_chuga
AndeeJ - https://soundcloud.com/andee-j
Outhouse Sounds - https://soundcloud.com/outhousesounds
Nicander Hifi - https://soundcloud.com/nicanderhifi
Tommy Badman - https://soundcloud.com/user-233355376
MC Flux - https://soundcloud.com/mc-flux7
MC Cox - https://soundcloud.com/mccox
Music Genres: Drum n Bass, Electronic, Jungle
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