We are back at The Shacklewell Arms this Saturday July 5th. You can find us in the back room recreating the feeling of Carnival in the middle of Dalston. On the night we will have residents Murlo alongside HDD head honchos and party starters Kazabon & Hootie Who.
It’s been a 2 months since the last session so we are incredibly excited to be back. We are on the road to carnival, you don’t want to miss out! Fete hard or go home!!! More info here.
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Tagged afropop, azonto, bashment, dalston, Dancehall, event, garage, hip hop, house, kazabon and hootie who, murlo, reggae, shacklewell arms, shoreditch, soca, world carnival
We are back at The Shacklewell Arms this Saturday May 3rd. You can find us in the back room recreating the feeling of Carnival in the middle of Dalston. On the night we will have residents Murlo and Illanja alongside HDD head honchos and party starters Kazabon & Hootie Who.
Murlo has had a busy month; April has seen this guy take over the BBC, with his Xtra talent shows as part of DJ Cameo’s show, and a Light’s On guest mix for Monki’s BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra show.
Illanja, the understated but incredibly versatile veteran dj of the Irish scene and is someone whose tastes are impecable. We missed having him at the Shacklewell last month and are glad to have him back with us this month.
After the success of Kazabon & Hootie Who’s incredibly popular Afropop mix for Mixpak FM the DJs behind the World Carnival sound are back for another set of Dancehall, Hip Hop, Afrobeats and Soca. So whether you want to dance Azonto, Atigi, Moggela, Whine and/or Kotch, don’t miss out on their set.
We will not be having a monthly event in June due to a Field Day takeover at the venue so join us on Saturday and party hard enough for two months! Fete hard or go home!!! More info here.
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Tagged afrobeats, afropop, dalston, Dancehall, hipsters don't dance may, hootie who, Illanja, kazabon, may session, murlo, shacklewell arms, soca
Your boy Murlo remixed the best club hit at the moment Tinashe’s 2 on. Please note no Schoolboy Q and the 3rd verse which Tinashe interpolates Sean Paul.
This is great, combining great afropop bits with one hell of a baseline. Shout out Major Notes because this one is big, Murlo has played it at the past 2 HDD raves and it’s gone off. It’s taken from the Nu African disco EP which is out now.
This saturday we head to Manchester alongside Murlo to play at Swing Ting. To say that we are excited is an understatement. Also on the bill Swing Ting residents and Brackles. We are extremely happy to be playing and we see you there on Saturday.