Cochera | 1 | P Money, Logan Sama (2 Hour Set) & Bugzy Malone ++ Tickets | South Manchester  | Fri 8th May 2015 Lineup

Cochera | 1 | P Money, Logan Sama (2 Hour Set) & Bugzy Malone ++ tickets

South in Manchester

Friday 8th May 2015

10:30pm til 5:00am (last entry 12:30am)

Minimum Age: 18

Cochera | 1 | w/ P Money, Logan Sama (2 Hour Set) & Bugzy Malone + More // ***Sponsored By GRMDaily***

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Cochera | 1 | P Money, Logan Sama (2 Hour Set) & Bugzy Malone ++ on Friday 8th May 2015

Cochera | 1 | Presents: P Money, Logan Sama, (2 Hour Set) & Bugzy Malone ***Sponsored By GRMDaily***

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Cochera is back this spring for our first birthday, and our fourth instalment. Back in September we brought garage legend DJ Q to Manchester at our new stomping ground, South.

This time round we’re bringin an all star grime line up including two of the biggest names in LDN, Rinse & Radio 1Xtra, along with one of Manchester very own, fresh out the booth!

Expect fire at this one! Tickets available on skiddle starting at £6, or shout Cochera on Facebook or twitter about paper tickets!

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P Money - Listening to the way P Money’s flow subtly changes according to the beat he’s working with, it’s not hard to understand why he’s risen so swiftly from underground grime MC to near-household name. His is an immediately distinctive voice: his bars run into one another with rough-edged, breakneck intensity, but never lose even a fraction of their clarity. Though he’s able to turrinse logon on a sixpence from languid to rapid-fire, and from gritty to smooth, each word is picked out with surgical precision. “I always had a really quick flow but you could still hear me,” he says. “That’s one thing I’ve always noticed – I’m always clear about what I’m saying. That helped me a lot. People love how fast you can go, but at the same time, if they can understand you, it’s even better.”

It’s that versatility that’s marked out his music so far, and it’s taken him all the way from teenage MC to daytime radio airplay and stages across the globe. P Money’s route in to music began as a garage and grime loving teenager in South London, learning to MC alongside friends in the playground and slowly developing his abilities in the Fatal Assassins crew, onstage at local events and on pirate radio. Far from public preconceptions around grime as negative music, he explains, P was drawn to MCing because of the opportunity it provided for expression. “I’m a quiet person, I’m not loud, but I like to analyse stuff. Everyone’s got their own opinions about what goes on in the world and wants to voice situations and experiences they’ve been through. I noticed that when you have a mic – no matter who you are, no matter what you’ve got to say – people will listen.”

His unique, swift flow and lyrical agility – able to blur serious subject matter with witty asides, day-to-day realism and surreal humour – swiftly caught the attention of grime DJ Logan Sama, who began regularly playing P Money’s tracks on his show. As well as being part of the grime collective OGs, he followed by releasing a series of mixtapes and tracks – his debut Coins2Notes, the blistering ‘What Did He Say?’ through No Hats No Hoods, and 2009′s widely praised Money Over Everyone. The latter in particular established him as someone to watch, and as well as regularly making appearances on Rinse FM, his tracks began getting regular play on mainstream radio stations.

It was in 2010 that attention began to focus even more squarely on his music, with the release of crossover hit ‘Slang Like This’ and guest appearances on Magnetic Man’s single ‘Anthemic’ and Doctor P’s dubstep club hit ‘Sweet Shop’. As well as bringing him a new level of recognition, they also established him as an MC equally skilled at adapting to the ebb and flow of a dubstep beat as to grime’s more upfront energy. As a result, he found himself making appearances on massive stages and at festivals.

P Money's latest EP for Rinse Round The Clock is a characteristically thrilling, sharp shock of a transmission from the South London-born MC. Title track ‘Round The Clock’ is a thrilling, metal-plated hip-hop beat produced by Loadstar, pairing P’s warnings of “If you want it you can get it / But be careful when you get it” with brittle-edged percussion and kickdrums EQ’d to rattle the ribcage. Following its success, filmmaker Chas Appeti - the man behind the slickly playful 'Round The Clock' video - has now produced a second video for one of the EP's highlights, 'Mad'. The track itself is a blistering affair, with Swifter's rhythmically deadly trap-influenced beat - all boom-tick rhythms and grimey strings - playing perfect foil for P's distinctive, abrasive-yet-effortless flow. Appeti's video heightens the effect, cast in cooly stylised monochrome as if to further emphasise 'Mad's intrinsic drama: a portrait of an MC on firey and vital form.

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Logan Sama - is an English Grime DJ from Brentford, who currently hosts a show on London's Kiss FM. He also runs the record labels Adamantium Music and Earth616 which specializes in vinyl releases.

He began his radio career on local pirate station Plush FM hosting several cover shows playing underground Garage in 2002. Towards the end of 2002 he was recruited to London then-pirate station Rinse FM where his show became a popular place to hear the newest music and regularly featured the biggest MCs performing live. His last Rinse show was captured on video on the Rinsessions DVD and showcased such names as Wiley, Skepta, Trim, Ruff Sqwad, Tinchy Stryder, Newham Generals and many others.

He moved to London's Kiss 100 in the spring of 2005 and began a late night specialist Grime show running from 2-4am on Thursday night/Friday morning. The popularity of this show soon saw it move to Monday night 11pm-1am where it has steadily grown to its current position as the leading show amongst young people within London at that time, capturing over 61,000 listeners in the Greater London area as certified by RAJAR. His exposure of live mix sets and first played new tracks has led to him becoming the leading figure in radio for Grime music. His shows are now also captured on video and streamed as youtube clips which have proved very popular.

The show now is broadcast at 1am on Monday and has become very popular on social networking site Twitter using the hashtag #KissGrime which has trended nationally with great frequency. New additions to the show the 'Versus Sessions' where an artist picks their favourite current beat and performs live as well as the 'After Hours' classic Grime sets are also made available via his YouTube channel 'KeepinItGrimy'

Logan has achieved a position of respect in the Grime scene for his work since the foundations of the genre, and this has been reflected with the multiple 'Grime Awards' he has collected voted for by the fans. He currently holds the record for most awards won by a single act with 7 separate wins.

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Bugzy Malone - 24 year old wordsmith Bugzy Malone is fast developing a reputation as one of the UKs brightest talents. Dubbed ‘The evil genius’, Bugzy has amassed a loyal fanbase through the heart felt lyrics and knock out delivery displayed in his latest mixtape ‘The Journal Of An Evil Genius.’

Attributing his unrivalled focus and work-rate to his former boxing past, Bugzy’s scrupulous attention to detail makes him the unique artist he is today. His 360 involvement in his videos (that he writes the treatments for), merchandise and image as well as music makes Bugzy the perfect fully rounded modern day artist. Bugzy Malone has some impressive stats for an unsigned artist.

He holds the accolade of being one of the most watched on the influential ‘Jdz Media’ Youtube channel with (420,000 + views). In 2012 saw Bugzy embark on a nationwide promo tour, amassing 900,000 YouTube views and receiving 10,000 downloads of the The Journal Of An Evil Genius mixtape. He also won the Manchester heat of Converse MC competition. 2015 looks set to be a breakthrough year for Bugzy Malone with support from SBTV, Jdz Media, P110 Media and many more. Link Up Tv recently posted ‘His JDZ Media Spitfire was the best freestyle of 2014, his Elite Session was fire too.’ with a new mixtape and EP in the pipeline it is without doubt the name Bugzy Malone is one you will be hearing a lot more of in years to come

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