Beatroots

Beatroots
When:
18/07/2015 @ 7:00 pm – 19/07/2015 @ 4:00 am
2015-07-18T19:00:00+01:00
2015-07-19T04:00:00+01:00
Where:
Passing Clouds
1 Richmond Road
London E8 3JT
UK
Cost:
Free before 9pm, £5 before 10pm, £10 after
Contact:
Passing Clouds
020 7241 4889
Beatroots @ Passing Clouds | London | United Kingdom

Beatroots is into double figures with this our 10th night of the finest UK underground: Jungle, Hip-Hop, Ragga, Ska and Reggae.
What a night we had in May! Once again we’ll be bringing you big doses of brass and bass with 4 live acts and our favourite DJs. Bring a friend, get your purple on.

Saturday 18th July 2015

=-=Hosted by resident lady of the mic – Fedzilla =-=

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— Live —

♪♫♪♫ – Mr Woodnote Ft. Lil Rhys & Eva Lazarus – ♪♫♪♫

Unmistakably phat, Mr Woodnote, Lil Rhys & Eva Lazarus ignite stages and streets from Bristol to Bombay and beyond. Armed with a saxophone, loop pedals and practically whatever he can get his hands on, Mr Woodnote creates every track, live on the spot, from scratch whilst Rhys and Eva drop their distinctive vocal flavours into the mix. Each with their own back story, Mr Woodnote from Australia, Lil Rhys from Bristol and Eva Lazarus from somewhere in outer space, these three artists found each other through music and the bonds became as tough as the sounds they produce. Notorious street performances, heavyweight stage shows, regular collaborations and never playing the same set twice has been a driving force for the group and enabled their momentum to continuously build. They have supported, and collaborated with a wide array of acts including Dub FX, Foreign Beggars, Pete Philly, Dub Mafia, MC Xander, Snareophobe, Krafty Kutz, Joe Driscoll and Ill Skillz and relish any opportunity to make new and original music with creative and passionate artists.

♪♫♪♫ – Jehst – ♪♫♪♫

Having been at the forefront the UK’s Hip-Hop scene for the past decade and a half, Jehst has asserted himself as possibly the most influential rapper to ever emerge from these shores.

Bursting onto the scene in 1999 with the cult-classic ‘Premonitions’, the independently released EP was hailed by critics and fans alike for its poetic vocals and forward-thinking production; launching the now iconic YNR Productions label and the career of this truly inspirational artist.

Pushing the boundaries of his chosen art-form while providing the blueprint for countless sound-alikes, Jehst’s sound has defined a generation. With a discography now stretching into triple figures his career has been typified by a restless creativity and side-projects galore.

With a fiercely loyal fan-base spread not only throughout Europe, but across the Atlantic and as far afield as Australia, Jehst’s reputation is set in stone. Still on the cutting edge in 2015, this cult-hero is building an empire, one brick at a time.

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♪♫♪♫ – Audiopharmacy (SF) – ♪♫♪♫

Audiopharmacy (Full live band show): a Global Hip Hop/Dub band from San Fransisco who tours abroad playing concerts as Official Ambassadors of American culture and music, while also visiting orphanages and schools to facilitate musical workshops.

♪♫♪♫ – Antimatador – ♪♫♪♫

Antimatador are an 8-strong synth laden, horn heavy outfit from SW:UK, fusing hiphop, funk, jazz, electronica, soul, rock and DnB. They deliver a nuclear explosion of high energy and positive vibes and have crafted a sound all of their own. Whether it’s the cerebral vocals and tricksy horn licks or huge synths and earthy rhythms, they bring something for everyone to every show.

For 2015, their first official single “Find Your Way” is out in June followed by a host of live shows around the country and some eye-popping video exclusives.


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— DJ’s —

♪♫♪♫ – The Sultan – ♪♫♪♫

DJing since he was 17, The Sultan has turned heads and ears with his skill for mixing music aimed for the dancefloor. Having held residencies across Bristol and Manchester, his quick style of mixing through different genres earned him a place in the final of the British Student DJ championships, and airtime on Radio 1xtra and Kiss fm. Whether it be Dancehall, Garage, House, Jungle or Hip Hop, the Sultan is well practiced in creating a party atmosphere that always leaves an impression.

♪♫♪♫ – Omah – ♪♫♪♫

A record collector from the age of 13, Omah’s musical outlook draws influence from all corners of the world. Having grown up in several countries across Asia and Africa he finally settled in the UK, and whilst studying in Nottingham for several years regularly played out for some of the city’s biggest music events.

Now based in London, Omah’s DJ sets have earnt support from the likes of Loefah and Jamie xx, and – with a knack for blending beats to fit the crowd – you can expect to hear him play everything from Hip Hop to House to Funk to Afrobeat and all kinds of Bass music, as long as it’s got a groove.

Sounddhism podcast #10 – Omah by Sounddhism on Mixcloud

♪♫♪♫ – Born Cheating – ♪♫♪♫

One of Beatroot’s resident DJs, Cheating is the lovechild of Grace Jones and Roger Troutman. He has been bringing serious syncopation to dancefloors all over the British Isles for several years, and loves every second of it.

♪♫♪♫ – Jung Girl – ♪♫♪♫

Jung Girl is a musician/DJ who blends an eclectic, ecstatic tracks with mind expanding samples and subliminals. Expect bass heavy breaks, junglistic tribalism and some remixed classics straight outta leftfield and onto the dancefloor!

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7pm till late
Free before 9pm, £5 before 10pm, £10 after

Follow us on
Twitter: @_beatroots
Facebook: Beatroots

Purple is encouraged. See you there!

For table bookings email gary@passingclouds.org

***If you would like to get involved in our events in anyway shape or form please don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’re always looking to expand the family and bring new up and coming acts to the stage.***

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