Fracture, Doc Scott, DJ Stretch – Brighton Loves Jungle special
28 September @ 11:00 pm BST£8 – £10
Brighton Loves Jungle return again for our September Special!
A triple threat of top pedigree heavyweights drawing the finest jungle selections
Fracture – Fracture runs the Astrophonica label and has been making and releasing music for over fifteen years, including collaborations with long-term partner Neptune. His music has appeared on pioneering labels such as Metalheadz and Exit Records UK. This man knows his beats and we are buzzing with anticipation to hear him play for the BLJ massive! Expect a deep journey through all elements of jungle across this exclusive 90 minute set.
DOC SCOTT – This legendary scene figurehead is one of the genre’s founding fathers. Helping to create and shape the jungle sound at it’s birth with his NHS releases on Absolute Zero and on Reinforced Records as Nasty Habits, through to sharing the first ever release on Metalheadz with Goldie, and still continuing to push the music forwards to the present day with his own label 31 Recordings. Get prepared for the Doc to perform some serious dancefloor surgery…. Here Comes The Drumz.
DJ Stretch – A welcome return to Brighton Love’s Jungle for Stretch, another stalwart of the jungle scene, earning his stripes with Reinforced Records in the early 90s, contributing to the Tom & Jerry series, and earning hall of fame status with his anthem ‘Worries In The Dance’ as New Blood, Stretch is still landing heavyweight blows and going pound for pound today with his AKO BEATZ, representing the freshest sounds and artists, expect some serious dubplate pressure.
Ilk – local young talent Ilk has made a name for himself with his deep rhythmical productions, earning releases on Med School, Lightless, Bun The Grid, Warm Communications [official] and Repertoire, and gaining plays and support from leading names in the jungle/dnb scene!
Biggsy – (Cut Loose, Brighton Loves Jungle)
Room 2 (Oldskool, Garage, DnB)
Fresh Methods, Klynch b2b Jah 9, Redford
Lara started out at the age of 16 as a blogger, setting up her own platform, MakeItGood which ran for 5 years, featuring mixes and interviews with Dubstep artists in collaboration with FatKidOnFire.
“With over 6 years experience working in music promotion, I feel so glad to be running UKBM again, creating more space for new comers and talented artists. It’s amazing to be able to promote and support Bass culture!”