Monday, 24 October 2011

Supa Dupa Fly
90s Hiphop VS Old Skool Garage

Bonfire Night Special
w/ Dixon Brothers
@ Plan B, Brixton

FREE ENTRY? Email your 90s Hiphop Vs Old Skool Garage tune requests

Fresh from a continuing string of road-blocked nights at Jazz Café Camden, hyped 90s Hiphop and RnB night, Supa Dupa Fly has launched a second monthly event at Plan B, which has become a monthly necessity in any 90s hiphop lovers diary! Last month's event WENT OFF bigtime, so thank you to all of our ever increasing following for the love! We love you back. As well as spinning the best of of Dre, Snoop, Nas, Bigge, Tupac, A Tribe Called Quest, Gang Starr, Missy plus DJ set from the Dixon Brothers and performances from three of the hottest acts on the scene right now, we’ll be treating you to the old skool garage tracks we grew up on… So if ‘Booo’ ‘Destiny’ ‘My Desire’ ‘Lovebug’ ‘Doolally’ & ‘Crazy Love’ ring a bell, this is one for YOU! As this is our Bonfire Night special, expect lots of fireworks (not literally), look out for our Supa Dupa Fly Guy Fawkes too.

Djs & Live Acts

The Dixon Brothers' base ingredient is relatively simple – music. What sets them apart is over two decades of brotherhood combined with constant ‘turntablistic’ practice and of course the sibling rivalry to be the best. Since 2004 Justin and Adrian Dixon's talents have seen them spin at Glastonbury and for Adidas, Land Rover, Nokia, and many many more. Do not miss them!

The Vibeadeliks formed in 2009 when Jak Dans, illson, Dre and Casper came together for a one off gig at the 02 Carling Academy. They created a sound which is a combination of Hip-Hop, Indie and experimental fusion what can only be described as fresh and new. With witty lyrics, distinctive melodies

Femstar London-born Femstar has been making music since his early teens and has been bubbling on the underground scene for a couple of years. Femstar’s music blends mesmerising electric melodies, heavy dance-influenced bass lines and savvy, street-smart lyrics.

Resident djs Rugrat, Cronikal and JJ will also be on the decks.

Downstairs will be hosted by our long lost cousins Vibes&Vice who will be spreading a whole lot of vibes and partaking in a whole lotta vice! From old school hip hop to D'n'B, from bashy electro to dubstep, the beats get harder as the night goes on.

Concessions lists: £5 via / £7 on the door
Advance Tickets (strongly advised): £4 for a queue jump
Tables: Free to book in advance  for 10+
Times: 9pm-4am
Address: 418 Brixton Road, London, SW9
Transport: Brixton Tube 1 min walk / Stockwell Tube 8 min walk

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