Wah Wah 45s return to BrixtonJAMM for another huge session, this time with a strong reggae and dub flavour, featuring label favourites, the mighty Resonators, live! Since releasing their sophomore album, "The Constant" on Wah Wah 45s over a year ago this nine-piece outfit have been touring the UK and beyond to rapturous, sell out audiences, and have earned themselves the accolade from none other than David Rodigan of being called "British reggae at its best".
Onlyjoe are a conscious, highly energetic and multi-faceted ten-piece reggae outfit from London. In the last three years this incredible live band have rubbed shoulders with Mad Professor, Zion Train and many more. Having them share the stage with Resonators is a rare treat and an essential experience for all lovers of dub, reggae and soulful music period!
On the decks we welcome Tru Thoughts signing, and one of the greatest producers around, WrongTom, who'll be joined by MC Mark Professor for some dancehall, dub and hip hop flavours. Plus we have the bonus of Brighton's very own Richie Phoe on the decks too. Having released his cult dub version of "Thriller" on Wah Wah 45s last October, we had to add this party rocking DJ to the line-up.
Plugging the gaps and keeping your feet moving in both rooms will be your favourite Wah Wah residents, head honchos Dom Servini & Scrimshire, and young upstart Bopperson, joined once again by the incredible Unwanted Family DJs and their heady mix of all things good for you from bass to bossa and beyond!
Don't forget to check the Wah Wah Shop, run by United 80 duo, and Brixton legends, Chris & Cyndi, for all your CD, vinyl and merch needs!
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