Eek a Mouse Live with Mafia & Fluxy plus guests

Eek a Mouse

EEK A MOUSE - Ludicrous, bizarre and uniquely original, few entertainers have had such a profound effect on the dancehall scene as Eek A Mouse.  Revered for his wit and humour, biting social commentary and infectious energy, Eek A Mouse became a household name in Jamaica through his signature vocal style called ‘sing jaying’ a combination of toasting and singing with a strong percussive element.His high-pitched vocal style would set him apart from his peers, but what truly elevates him above the rest is the quality of his melodies and music. Eek A Mouse’s style is just plain fun to hear, as in the wonderfully playful “Peeni Walli” or the anthemic “Wa -Do-Dem” a song that permanently etched his vocal zeal into reggae history.  Eek A Mouse, the godfather of the Sing-Jay style is to this day one of Jamaica’s most iconic talents. Come and capture the legendary rude boy live, performing in his inimitable style classics like “Terrorists in the City” “Anarexol” “Virgin Girl” “Noahs Ark” and “Ganja smuggling”. ADAM PRESCOTT (REGGAE ROAST) - As an integral part of the Reggae Roast Soundsystem team Adam has established himself as one of the finest selectors in the world. Initially with some early support and guidance from Mark Iration (from the Leeds based Iration Steppas), Adam was quickly recognised as one of the key players in the re-emergence of British Reggae, producing first class origi- nal songs featuring the likes of Cornel Campbell, Macka B, Sugar Minott, Ranking Joe, Rod Taylor, Johnny Osbourne & Earl 16 to name but a few. In addition to his releases on the Zam Zam imprint, DJ Shepdog’s ‘Nice Up!’ Records, New York’s ‘Liondub’ & Moonshine Records he is very much in-demand for his memorable remixes for artists such as Horace Andy, Mungo’s Hi-Fi, & Radikal Guru, plus many more. Add to that consistent play on BBC Radio One & Rinse FM plus huge support from Sir David Rodigan, featuring Adam on his ‘Best Of British’ show on 1Xtra, Adam has be- come one of the hottest prospects in the revival of soundsystem music.

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