Saul Milton and Tory Turk present Super Sharp Reloaded, the second instalment of RETURN II JUNGLE. 🔊🔊🔊
Held at Selfridges on the 3rd floor in the Designer Studio, the latest instalment comprises of a static installation inspired by British music and fashion of the golden years of Jungle music from the mid-late 90’s.
Initiated by Saul Milton’s extensive Moschino Collection – the unique display will explore the way in which the Jungle era played host to the appropriation of Italian high fashion labels.
Drawing on Jungle music whilst also transporting it into the present day, and re-vamping the genre for the modern-day music fan, the installation will be accompanied by a specially curated soundtrack by Saul featuring audio quotes from jungle artists such as Navigator, Uncle Dugs and renowned writer Brian Belle-Fortune.
There will also be a specially created film by Tom Archer, featuring rare footage by Garry Clarke from his archive of junglists and ravers at popular club nights such as One Nation and at venues like Sanctuary.
When the rave served as the runway: introducing Super Sharp Reloaded by Chase & Status at #SelfridgesLondon. Head in store to discover Saul Milton's personal vintage @Moschino collection or find your own vintage gem from the likes of Wavey Garms pic.twitter.com/ruO65z07QY
Fresh from a sell out carnival stint, the event will see a tantalising line-up of cutting edge acts from the full spectrum of dancehall, grime, garage and jungle, culminating in an unmissable show. Some of the biggest names in the business including Shy FX, D Double E, Donae’o, Crazy Cousinz, Benny Page & Sweetie Irie and more will take to the Boxpark stage, bringing a taste Jamaican heat to Croydon. 🔊
Founded in 2016 by legendary producer Benny Page and manager Hal Hudson, the night was set up as a home for real lovers of Jamaican music right from its roots in the carnival, inspired dancehall and reggae anthems that were on rotation on sound systems around the country, with a huge mix of bass-heavy electronic sounds thrown in for good measure. Previous shows have seen the like of Congo Natty, Gyptian, Frisco, AJ Tracy, Toddla T, Logan Sama and many more perfrom to sell out crowds throughout the UK.
The undisputed king of DnB Shy FX will be taking the reins for the Boxpark Croydon exclusive, bringing his inimitable Digital Soundboy rhythms to eager crowds. D Double E, widely seen as one of the greatest UK MCs to have graced the mic will perform, as well as London collective Crazy Cousinz, Benny Page & Sweetie Irie and many more.
It’s 2001. Garage is the anthem of the UK. Nadia feels like it’s her time to shine.
A hot summer’s night of love promises endless possibilities. Swept up in drinking, dancing, hope, ambition, lust, greed… Nadia will make decisions that will determine the rest of her life.
Rhythmically underscored by your favourite UK Garage bangers. This is theatre you can rave to.
Sabrina Mahfouz brings all those garage music memories flooding back in her hit theatre show With A Little Bit of Luck. Following a sell-out run at The Last Word 2016, the show returns to the festival, this time turning our Main Space into a full-on garage rave with the help of sets from UK Garage legends DJ Luck and MC Neat, Mighty Moe of The Heartless Crew and DJ Steady.
Back for a bumper summer special with old favourites and all round garage legends, DJ Luck & MC Neat topping the bill, alongside Rinse FM’s Slimzee who will be performing with microphone champion and godfather MC Creed. Another Rinse FM cohort Plastician will also be in attendance laying down an exclusive UKG set. All this with and the usual host of residents providing the hip-hop, R&B and bashment in room 2, once again this is not one to miss…
A star studded affair of UKG talent celebrating 20 years of House and Garage. The event takes place at The Coronet Theatre London with 15 hours of UKG spanning across six arenas packed with over 200 DJs, MCs, PAs and attractions.
Celebrating 20 years of UK Garage 1994-2014.
Matt Jam Lamont
Norris Da Boss Windross
DJ Luck & MC Neat
Sparks & Kie
Big Eyes, Little Soles is a sneaker blog and European wide collective, dedicated to the female fiend. Since the site’s inception in 2010 the community has continued to grow exponentially. They have been voted one of the Top 5 sneaker blogs by Guardian Online as well as being featured by the likes of Vice and Mint Magazine.
Liminal Sounds are teaming up with Big Eyes, Little Soles to celebrate their 2nd birthday.
Ouzo (GET SOME)
Hosted by Crazy D
@ Camp Basement, 70-74 City Road, Shoreditch, London EC1Y 2BJ
With a strict music policy of UK garage and a bit of old school grime, this night is all about 2-stepping to classics, rare duplates and all things bubblin’. Merk Chicken have enlisted the UK garage legend Sticky to fill the headlining slot and do what he does best – hype up the dance! Kiss 100’s Logan Sama the prolific grime selector will be playing an old school garage set. Resident DJs Alruii, White Tyson, Dozy and Collapse unite in their passion for garage.
RWD magazine is turning 10 years old, to celebrate they have teamed up with loyal supporters Adidas to exhibit ground breaking images that document the rise of UK Garage, Grime and Dubstep on 15-21st October at Shoreditch Underground.
As well as an outstanding display of exclusive never seen before photography, Shoreditch Underground will also house a custom built installation housing video footage documenting underground music and culture over the past decade.
Toddla T’s ‘Watch Me Dance’ Album Launch is presented by Trouble Vision, with TODDLA T & friends.
Friday 26th August sees the Launch of the new album. Toddla enlists some fellow cohorts from the record to help get the party started.
In Room 1 alongside T Weez himself, we have Coldcut head honcho Jon More bringing the selection. UK Garage legend Zed Bias will keep things bumping unil the early hours and Shola Ama will be performing a rare live PA.
This will be a truly unmissable way to kick off carnival!