MAIN SQUEEZE return once again to take over the Bussey basement's turntables for another all-night throwdown of epic heavyweight proportions. This month Mo Fingaz & BobaFatt are joined by UK legend, DJ & Producer Daddy Skitz. Expect Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Swing, R&B, Dancehall, Reggae, Garage, Grime, Jungle, D&B, Broken Beat and Breaks.
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DADDY SKITZ is one of the UK's most formidable Hip Hop producers and selectors. His album 'Countryman' is a certified classic, cementing his rep in the scene with his inimitable blend of JA-style basslines and rugged beats, introducing many in the world to the talents of Roots Manuva, Estelle & Skinnyman, working with US stars like Masta Ace & Kardinal Offishall, and enlisting UK legends such as Million Dan, MCD, Dynamite MC and Rodney P, his partner on infamous BBC 1Xtra Hip Hop show 'Original Fever' and MC for the legendary London Posse, a crew he also DJs for. He's played across the globe with artists like Jay Z and Kanye West, and continues to be a champion of Bass music, smashing down clubs with his fusion of Hip Hop, Reggae, Dancehall, Jungle and so on. A true don, we can't think of anyone better to mash up the Bussey basement with us on carnival weekend.
BOBAFATT has been DJing parties since the early '90s. His mixes, radio shows and club sets have seen him awarded acclaim over the years from BBC 1Xtra, Mixcloud and Fact Magazine readers. In addition to his regular Itch FM show, he's recently spun for BBC Radio 6, is a resident at Soundwave Festival in Croatia, and label manager of First Word Records.
MO FINGAZ began DJing in the early '00s, as part of Bristol D&B collective Drive By, and as part of The Snugs, alongside Swaby of The Heavy. These days, when he's not making beats or digging for breaks, he is resident DJ for London's longest serving Hip Hop party, The Doctor's Orders, a regular player at Hospitality, amongst others, and a founder of Near Mint Club.
MAIN SQUEEZE combined have four decades experience rocking parties, with cuts of precision and tracks of fusion. Their unmistakable brand of dancefloor murkage incorporates Hip Hop, R&B, Swing, Dancehall, Reggae, Soul, Funk, Disco, Garage, Grime, D&B, Jungle, Beats, Bruk, Bass and whatever else they manage to squeeze into the session.
Dancefloors get merked officially, efficiently, standardly, regularly.
Bring a towel.