Hugely excited to be back at Soup Kitchen in Manchester this Saturday October 19th to celebrate the launch of Fox’s debut album Juice Flow. We’ve had a sneaky listen and the album is incredible and we expected nothing less! It showcases Fox’s versatility perfectly and features productions from Sharda, Finn, Famous Eno, Samrai and Platt.
If you are in Manchester don’t miss this one! With Murder He Wrote, Diemond, RTKAL, plus residents Platt, Samrai, Joey B ready to party alongside Fox, it’s gonna be one hell of a party.
£5 for Swing Ting members, £8 on the door more info on the launch here, and don’t forget to order Juice Flow here when it drops this Friday.
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Last Saturday we partied hard at Soup Kitchen to celebrate our Swing Ting family’s 10 year anniversary. The party continued on NTS Manchester on Sunday with a 3 hour special show featuring Brackles, Trigganom, Anz, The Large alongside residents Platt, Samrai and Joey B. Listen back below, tracklist here.
This Saturday March 24th we’ll be joining our Swing Ting family for their March Session at Soup Kitchen. It’s always fun when we link so get ready for a good night. More info here.
Last Saturday we joined Swing Ting on their monthly NTS show to bring you nothing but remixes for our “This is the remix” special. Listen back below for two hours of remixes spanning dancehall, reggae, hip hop, and garage.
Manchester crew! We’ll be back in town this Saturday May 21st to play at one of our favourite parties at Soup Kitchen. We’ll be djing alongside Swing Ting family Samrai, Platt and Joey B, with Fox on mic duties so you know there will unlimited vibes. More info on the Facebook Event page here.
The Madd Again! album is finally available on the Swing Ting label and is full of heaters from Zed Bias, Trigga, Specialist Moss and Killa Benz. The LP covers a whole heap of styles from bashment, to grime to garage and shows the group’s versatility. Our favourites on the album are Roll Dem Own, Jump Inna Mi Whip and of course Duggu, stream above and pick your favourites, then go support the album here. Madd!