Preview: Natty, Congo Natty, Mad Professor & Trojan Soundsystem @ Electric Brixton (London, 4th November 2016)


We challenge you to find a more upbeat night in November. Because, if you line up Natty, Congo Natty, Mad Professor, Trojan Soundsystem and Subajah, chances are that you have organised the coolest gig of the month.

The crème de la crème of the UK reggae scene will be indeed under the same roof and on the same stage on the 4th of November, when Electric Brixton and Soundcrash will host what it promises to be a one-of a kind show.

From 10pm to 6am, it will exclusively be about reggae, dub, dancehall, jungle and bass. The glorious Brit-Caribbean sound of the last twenty years will be the absolute protagonist of the event, and you’ll inevitably dance the night away thanks to the root and soulful vibes of Natty, Congo Natty and his “revolutionary” jungle, the established and influential sound of Mad Professor, the strictly-vinyl attitude of globally renowned Trojan Soundsytem, to close with talented MC, songwriter and composer of Martinican origins, Subajah.

Anything more IRIE than this?

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