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Dubwiser XMAS W/Don Letts, Megative + More on Wednesday 4th December 2019
The return of Dubwiser, the legendary night that ran for 3 years from 1998 to 2001 involving Dreadzone djs, Renegade Soundwave, Don Letts and many special guest djs is back with a vengeance at Subterannia, the perfect location for a brand new West London soundclash special Xmas party hosted by Greg Dread (founder) and Don Letts featuring Megative, Danny Renegade and very special guests.
This event celebrates 10 years of Dubwiser the label with a massive christmas party - it's an event not to be missed.
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Megative: Brooklyn based. dystopian dub punk. mod suedehead reggae 4 the endtimes. 808's, space-echo, sirens & spring reverbs.
Don Letts’ reputation came to notoriety as the DJ that single handedly turned a whole generation of punks onto reggae in 1977. Don has been firmly established in the film and music world by a substantial body of work from the late 70's and well into the millennium. Using the punk D.I.Y ethic he made his first film going on to direct over 400 music videos for a diverse range of artists from The Clash to Bob Marley. In the mid-eighties he formed the group Big Audio Dynamite with Mick Jones (ex-Clash). He directed the hit Jamaican film ‘Dancehall Queen’ and films for Gil Scott-Heron, Sun Ra, George Clinton, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and The Clash’s ‘Westway To The World’ for which he won a Grammy in 2003.
Greg Dread - Founder of the original Dubwiser club night and of Dreadzone, whose two decade plus career has been championed by the late John Peel, signed to the legendary Creation Records and Virgin before finally securing their independence by founding their own aforementioned Dubwiser record label.
Danny RSW 'The Chemical Brothers have cited RSW as one of the biggest influences in their sound. Debuting on Rhythm King label with the 'Kray Twins' single, their early records mixed together the sound of the then embryonic dance scene, east-end hip-hop, dub, sampling and electro-industrial noise. Later singles such as 'Biting My Nails' and 'The Phantom' became early dance-floor classics'
Music Genres: House, Punk, Reggae
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