IN THEIR OWN WORDS: “After a crazy response to our first release, we thought it was only right we throw another party to celebrate. It took us about 5 minutes to decide on who we could bring to shell the roof off Bongo and heat up a November night: MARK BLAIR. The Belfast DJ and Producer is one of the most exciting underground house prospects, due to a prolific string of viral, dance floor focused releases. His production skills have created a perfect brand of contemporary House: music firmly focused for the club and for the people. This approach has seen some of his tracks rack up more than a million views, such as: “Biggie Was a Jazz Fan”. His well received productions being spun by artists like HAAi- and Patrick Topping. Such talents have seen him become a household name in his hometown and within the wider vibrant Irish scene. Recently, he has been attracting eyes from an international audience, playing parties in New York and bagging himself an Australian tour in 2018. As a pioneer of the current Ireland takeover in house and techno, we are absolutely buzzing to be giving Mark his full Edinburgh debut and bringing a bit of that energy to the capital. What to expect? Heavy house, acid, rap edits, grime edits and everything in between. Dress to sweat.” FACEBOOK
South London’s all vinyl & dubplate specialist Riz La Teef brings a big bag of UKG & Funky north of the border, to headline another Garage vs Funky special at Headset. Check out any number of the Boiler Room shows he’s lit up for a taster of the vibes. Garage vs Funky All Vinyl Special w/ Riz La Teef. Skillis b2b Greenman & Headset’s Gay Garage on support. Hip Hop, Funk & Easy Vibes upstairs. FACEBOOK TICKETS
We know what you’re thinking. You’re thinking: “Why should I care about The Urban Voodoo Machine? They’ve been around for ages, haven’t they? Aren’t they a novelty band who wears funny make-up? Don’t they sometimes play jazz? Aren’t half of them dead or something?” So bear with us, sunshine, cos you clearly need educating.
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