Main Squeeze with Mr Thing | 25.11.17 | Bussey Building, Peckham

As we enter the colder months, we proceed to keep on bringing the heat at Main Squeeze as we welcome back our regular special guest and good friend, Mr Thing, once again to do damage!

Since first touching turntables in 1987, Mr Thing has earned the title "your favourite DJ's favourite DJ" with good reason. Brought to notoriety touring the globe as a member of The Scratch Perverts and as a DMC battle champion, his skills on the wheels are matched with an astounding knowledge of music. A professional digger, he's released a series of acclaimed compilations for BBE, and produces music too - the Record Store Day trilogy for First Word being a prime example; a project that saw him collaborate with Tall Black Guy, Eric Lau and Kidkanevil. He’s dropping a collaborative LP with Micall Parknsun very soon. Despite his gentleman-like good nature, don't get it twisted; he will destroy everyone in his path on the ones and twos.

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, 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.