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Hvywght004 Presents: Sector 7 vs Bandulu
27 July 2018 @ 11:00 am - 28 July 2018 @ 6:00 am BST£5
Bigger. Better. Louder. Heavier.
After 3 roadblock parties we are turning things up a notch for HVYWGHT004. Moving across to Fire London – Bigger Room, Bigger Sound, and one of the Biggest and most exciting soundclashes you are likely to see this year. Join us July 27th as we host a mammoth Bristolian clash between Sector 7 Sounds & Bandulu Records ❄🔥😱
The parallels between the two labels run deep. Both hailing from Bristol, both pushing the finest in Grime & Dubstep, both very DIY & both entailing a very close knit group of artists – It was inevitable that the two labels were to one day meet for a colossal soundclash and we are delighted to host it.
Featuring 2 extended Bandulu / Sector 7 ‘vs’ sets – Topping the bill we have a very special, unprecedented, 150 minute clash between Bandulu label heads – Kahn & Neek & Sector 7 label heads – Boofy & Lemzly Dale all hosted by legendary Grime MC and member of Roll Deep – Flowdan. We have deliberately made sure they have a set long enough to be able to dig to the deepest depths of their record bags in what is arguably going to be one of the exciting & unpredictable sets London has seen for a very long time.
Making up the rest of the lineup we have the extended Bandulu / Sector 7 family featuring a 2nd ‘vs’ set & another never before seen pairing between Ishan Sound & Hi5 Ghost hosted by Rider Shafique along with Lamont, Jook & rising star LUCY for what is sure to be a night of unrelenting Bristolian Bass in the heart of London.
As always, we will be installing extra subs to hear & FEEL the music the way it should be.
See you all in July 😎
Nikki has worked in various positions in the Music industry for over ten years including Artist Management, Booking Agency and Record Label Management. She runs Synchronicity, Spentshell, UKBM and Manages Flowdan & Ruby Black.
“Bass does something to me. I absolutely immersed myself in Drum & Bass during my teens and early twenties, and when Dubstep came along I was thrown into that love once again, not just the music, but the whole community surrounding it.
Working in the industry has been a dream for me, and being involved in such a vibrant scene means that I constantly come across incredibly talented individuals who I just want to shout about and that’s what I use the UKBM platform for, to promote talent whether known or new.”