Gentleman’s Dub Club

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Soundcrash Presents…

Gentleman's Dub Club

Their biggest ever headline show at London's last remaining art-deco music hall

Friday 3rd March 2017

Troxy

With very special support from…

Mad Professor, Benny Page & Eva Lazarus, Parly B

Join us for a an unmissable night of dub, ska, reggae, bass, jungle & more, at this iconic venue on Friday 3rd March! This will be a rare chance to catch so much musical talent and energy under one roof!

Gentleman's Dub Club come to London to launch their new album and perform their biggest ever headline gig to date. The Leeds 9-piece mega band have become well known for their high energy live sets and timeless classic tunes. The band formed in 2006 and have gone on to tour the world and become a festival must see - consistently delivering energetic and exhilarating live shows. Having supported massive names such as The Streets, Roots Manuva, The Wailers and more, Gentleman’s Dub Club are ready to take on their biggest headline slot and celebrate a massive decade together.

“The band are fast gaining a reputation as one of the most energetic and incendiary live bands in the country - of any genre” Kudos Records

Support from dub/reggae legend, Mad Professor is set to get the crowd moving. With major support from the mighty Lee “Scratch” Perry, Mad Professor is a cult name when it comes to the scene. Known for his collaborations and remixes of well known album (Massive Attack's, Protection) renamed, “No protection”. His set is sure to be an exciting mixture of dub, reggae, ska and more - not to be missed!

"Mad Professor’s Ariwa Sounds stable is a veritable institution of British reggae." FACT Mag

Heavily inspired by the bass lines of Dub music, Ragga, Jungle and Hip-Hop a Benny Page production does not go unheard. He has also played a definitive role in shaping the sounds of the UK’s drum and bass movement. His name has become synonymous with tight production, heavyweight dance-floor tracks and clinical mixing skills. With remix work under his belt for major record companies such as Sony, Universal and London Records to name a few, he has been able to work with major artists like Jessie J, Tinnie Tempah, Misha B, Snoop Lion, Arlisa & Nas and has established himself as an internationally acclaimed artist.

Known for fast-moving, non-stop sets Benny Page will take you through a historic set filled with jungle classics and exciting new material.

Big voice. Big bass. Big afro. That’s what Singer and MC Eva Lazarus is all about! Her musical flavours span across genres from Reggae, Hip Hop, DnB, Jungle & beyond! Eva Lazarus has tirelessly smashed through this years festivals, including Glastonbury, Soundwave,BoomBap, Outlook and an epic show at BoomTown to a crowd of 16,000+ people alongside Mungos Hifi. With exciting collaborations from big names such as Stanton Warriors, Etherwood, Dub FX, Mr Woodnote, Danny Byrd Eva is a force to be reckoned with, and only adds to the EPICNESS of the show!

“With a strong voice and equally impressive afro, Lazarus’ set of soulful reggae and hip-hop is always well received” Getintothis

This HUGE line up is going to provide a night of genre mixing, high energy talent!

This will be a historic event and is NOT TO BE MISSED!

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