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Back To The Beats: Krafty Kuts, Plump DJs, Freestylers on Saturday 10th March 2018
After last year’s sold out Back To The Beats show, heavy-weights Krafty Kuts, Plump DJs, Freestylers, Deekline & A. Skillz return to their South London Hub Brixton Jamm for another hit of Beat, Bass and Breaks.
With his ‘Classic Breaks’ podcast hitting half a million downloads and topping Apple’s download chats, well respected turntablist Krafty Kuts takes over Jamm with his Golden-era Breaks set. Prepare for a comprehensive schooling in Breakbeat as Krafty Kuts will be showcasing his underground gems with a pimp tight character.
Plump DJs, the biggest names in Breaks, are also locked in to unleash their classic to current sound, incorporating broader dance styles by fusing Electro, Rave & Breakbeat to create ‘Plump Music’.
Fresh from their US mini-tour tour, The Freestylers celebrate their 20th anniversary with a special FSUK set, honoring the Big Beat sound of the early ‘90s with rare cuts and nostalgic stompers.
Hot Cakes chief and bonafine Bass icon Deekline will be taking over the main room, mashing up the Jungle, Breakbeat and Bass vibes. DJ Technician Conte Crux will be warming up the dancefloor beforehand, with funky re-edits of Old Skool tunes.
A Skillz, Evil Nine, Rennie Pilgrim, Drumattic Twins, Jay Cunning & Jurassik also join for a sonic journey in Bass, on Jamm’s new Martin Audio MLA Compact sound system.
Strictly over 18’s only. ID required for entry. Tickets guarantee entry before midnight only. Tickets are non-transferable. R.O.A.R. Re-Entry is discretionary.
Music Genres: Bass Music, Breaks, Electronic
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