Subajah, Natty, Congo Natty, Mad Professor &Trojan Soundsystem


Soundcrash Presents…


Congo Natty

Mad Professor

Trojan Soundsystem


Electric Brixton // 04.11.16

Soundcrash are seriously hyped to present a night of jungle, roots, bass and reggae with huge performances from Natty, Congo Natty, Mad Professor, Trojan Soundsystem and Subajah all in one place for one night only, at Electric Brixton.

London’s very own Natty will be taking us on a journey through love, redemption, self-identity and unity as he performs hits from his recent album ‘Release the Fear’, as well as old material.

Described by the Telegraph as a “soul-reggae crossover sensation” Natty is an artist who brings the revolutionary spirit of the 60’s and 70’s into current times. A seriously talented force who has been building his own unique brand, independently releasing an award-winning EP, setting up his record label Vibes & Pressure and a monthly club night by the same name, he is still very active on the live music circuit so expect big things as he graces the Electric Brixton stage.

Thankfully we have another unmistakable troubadour to catch on the night in the form of Jungle pioneer Congo Natty, the man who lives and breathes the genre and who will take you on a nostalgic trip through the ages. Expect blood and fire, the sternum-buzz of sub-bass, rapid fire drum breaks, sweet hooks, righteous anger and professions of religious fervour when he returns to South London.

To what is already a ridiculously promising lineup, we transpose you into the digital age with performances from the iconic man himself Mad Professor. Known as one of the leading producers in dub reggae’s second generation, he started to make a name for himself outside of the reggae community, and soon found himself in demand as a remixer for rock, R&B, and electronica acts.

Next-up we’ve got the hugely respected Trojan Sound System on the bill, an institution in British Sound System culture who formed in 2004. A legendary team of selectors, vocalists and MCs they relentlessly tour the globe, promoting a strictly vinyl way of life. They’ll be bringing nothing but good vibes only, spreading a message of reggae healing.

To round things off we have the positive meditations of Subajah, a musician who wandered through the musical doors of London on a mission to instigate laid-back tides of music, a progression that has seen him join Natty’s Vibe and Pressurecollective as well as creating the Subajah Family, his own collective that ensures all musicians of the same mentality can join his conquest towards creating constant good vibes.

“The British artist is a creative mind that doesn’t bother about drawers or labels – his music explores the depths of emotions and expressive possibilities ” – ReggaeVille on Natty

Congo Natty always brings confrontational or cultural elements to set the context of the tracks” – The Wire

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

“The group has transcended British music whilst infiltrating the club scene, successfully making reggae and dub relevant in an age of aggressive beats and violent sensibilities.” Dummy Mag on Trojan Sound System

Prepare yourself for a night of pure old school reggae and soul entertainment. Don’t miss out!!

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