Fresh from smashing out arguably the standout Boiler Room moment of 2021, Freeoform is proud to present Yung Singh’s Bristol debut show.
06 Nov 2021
22:00 - 04:00
Yung Singh [Daytimers]
Yung Singh Fresh from smashing out arguably the standout Boiler Room moment of 2021 alongside the Daytimers crew, we’re hyped to present Yung Singh’s Bristol debut show. But Yung Singh isn’t just about a moment, he’s at the forefront of a movement, and the centre of a thriving underground scene for the South Asian Diaspora. His Punjabi Garage mix for Shuffle ‘N’ Swing firmly put him on the map and quickly became the most talked about mix in the UK’s Garage revival.
DJ Mag named him ‘one to watch’, Mixmag listed his recent Boiler Room as one of their mixes of the year and Resident Advisor chose it as mix of the day. His sound is firmly rooted in UK soundsystem culture, UKG, Grime, Hip Hop, Breaks combined with the Punjabi sounds he grew up with. On the night you can expect a barrage of bassweight energy from across the hardcore continuum, regardless of bpm, genre or space.
The ‘Queen of Blends’ hits Bristol with her inimitable mix of global club cuts, house, grime and Bollywood samples. If you’ve ever seen Manara you know she absolutely kills it everytime, mixing on 4 decks like it’s nothing and hyping up the crowd to a frenzy with her ridiculous skills and notorious club edits. She's has brought her mind melting sets to everywhere from Berghain to MOMAPS1 in New York and is a bonafide radio star holding down Residencies on BBC Asian Network, Rinse FM & NTS. Hot from shelling it down on The Mixmag Lab South Asian showcase last month with an iconic appearance, this is bound to get pretty spicy!
Bristol’s finest Ghost Phone is known for his unique formula of chopped, screwed, twisted and re-imagined R&B. He’s a stalwart of the Bristol scene never failing to deliver sets that will wobble your head in the best way possible. Recently he’s been slaying the festival circuit with his unique fusion of UK techno, off kilter dub, garage, and his beloved R&B flavours. He’s gained support from Shanti Celeste, Ben UFO to name a few as well as from dancers from Bristol to Manchester and beyond.
Freeform means ‘to not conform to a regular or formal structure or shape’ and it’s more than just a name, it’s a statement of intent. This is a brand new monthly night pushing the boundaries of electronic and club focussed sounds and bringing the freshest, most innovative and diverse artists to Bristol, regardless of genre.