Excited to bring you this smashing lineup featuring reggae/jungle/hip hop singer & MC Eva Lazarus with beatmaster Chris Munky, plus Bristol's the Inexplicables playing a dance inducing blend of hip hop, reggae and drum and bass, with hints of jungle, jazz and roots!
♬ Eva Lazarus ♬
Big voice, big bass and big hair is what Singer/MC Eva Lazarus is all about! Her musical flavours span across genres from Reggae to Hip Hop, DnB to Jungle and beyond!
With an EP on the way, a collaborative release Mungos Hifi ‘Amsterdam’ and upcoming releases with Sam Binga, Gentlemens Dub Club and Zed Bias already gaining BBC Radio 1Xtra, Radio 1 and Rinse FM plays 2017 is shaping up to be another exciting year for the Bristol based vocalist.
“Bringing you a blend of genres through a legendary voice Eva’s solo show is of shimmering headliner quality and we are deeply blessed to have her come and grace the stage with the edge she wields. ” – Bask Productions
“Eva Lazarus was one of our favourite acts of the entire festival: sharp, sassy, sexy, slick and hugely entertaining.” – Urban75.org
♬ The Inexplicables ♬
The Inexplicables are a Bristol group specialising in a unique blend of live dance music, championing fresh takes on hip hop, reggae and drum and bass, with hints of jungle, jazz and roots.
♬ Chris Munky ♬
DJ & Producer Chris Munky (aka Snareophobe) started touring in 1999 in San Francisco & has since relentlessly toured Canada, the USA, Asia, India, Europe, Australia & the UK; Bombay to Vancouver, ski slopes to Glastonbury, beach festivals to aircraft hangars, both as support and headline act, with a blend of original music, mashups & classic tracks. Soul-laced music selections come from a vast collection of both vinyl & digital archives. DJ sets journey through a range of tempos; spanning jungle, hip hop, garage, breakbeats & dubwise music
Plus a warm up set from DJ Shed Dweller!
The venue is open from 10:30am, serving food from 12-10pm.
231 Battersea Park Road, SW11 4LG
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