Main Squeeze with Shortee Blitz | 28.10.17 | Bussey Building, Peckham

MAIN SQUEEZE return once again to take over the Bussey's turntables for another all-night throwdown of extra heavyweight proportions. This month Mo Fingaz & BobaFatt are joined by the legendary SHORTEE BLITZ. Expect Hip Hop, Funk, Soul, Swing, R&B, Dancehall, Reggae, Garage, Grime, Jungle, D&B, Broken Beat and Breaks.

This month we are joined by good friend and badboy party rocker SHORTEE BLITZ. Shortee is the UK's #1 hip-hop and club DJ and one of the scene’s most popular personalities. He is a tireless supporter of urban music and, through his numerous performances with artists ranging from De La Soul and LL Cool J to Jay-Z and Nas, he has firmly established himself on the international scene. Shortee’s skills are undeniable and he has the natural ability to destroy a dancefloor whenever is called upon. Recognized by the industry and his global fan base, he has won Best DJ at the MOBO's in 2003 and subsequently been recognised as the UK’s Best Hip-Hop DJ and Best Hip-Hop Personality, Shortee is no stranger to award nominations or award ceremonies. In 2007 he was nominated for Best Radio DJ (U.M.A.). We are hyped he's coming to rock the spot.

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.
Bring a towel.