Just A Little & Tremors: Global Rhythms W/ Gilles Peterson, Romare, Channel One, Auntie Flo, Werkha + more

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A 15 hour day & Night terrace party with....

Gilles Peterson
Channel One Sound System
(Mikey Dread & Ras Kayleb)
Romare
Auntie Flo
Werkha (Full Live Band)
Warren Xclnce
Tudor Lion
Pool Tax

Carribean BBQ on the Terrace by White Men Can't Jerk
+ More

Topping the bill is one of the most revered selectors in the world - Giles Peterson. From his seminal label - Brownswood Recordings, to his BBC 6 Music show, to the revered Worldwide festival in Sète. His career spans 3 decades and his sets are some of the most eclectic and exciting to watch.

Channel One Sound System are one of the world's best known dub reggae sound systems. Running for over 30 years, Channel One built up their reputation as one of the main sound systems at Notting Hill Carnival, and have won the Red Bull Culture Clash TWICE - Channel One is made up of selector Mikey Dread playing roots reggae and consious steppas, the sound is completed by MC Ras Kayleb.

We are joined by Auntie Flo & Romare, producing some of the finest African inspired house and techno. Romare's album has really pushed him to the forefront of the house scene.

Rounding off we have Werkha playing with his full live band. Tru Thoughts & Brownswood have released his quirky soulful jazz. He has toured extensively across Europe as the support for both Bonobo and Chet Faker's support. Accolades don't get much higher than that.

To get your stomachs full for the long day & night we have invited White Men Can't Jerk to provide some Caribbean delicacies on the terrace.

Tickets are set to go fast:
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