Oh my giddy aunt. Our first instalment. A knees up for charity, fundraving for Transform (http://www.tdpf.org.uk/) a charitable think tank that campaigns for the legal regulation of drugs both in the UK and internationally. Prohibition cannot be judged a success on any front. Handing control of the drug trade to organised criminals has had disastrous consequences across the globe.
Join us in raising awareness and FUNds for this worthy cause ... with the freshest core and stalest breaks served on a platter of nonsense.
At the notorious Jam Jar just before Stapleton Road, on the left. Bring your Own Booze! Yes you heard me right... BRING YOUR OWN FUCKING BOOZE. Get your unregulated moonshine out, it's gonna be a blinder.
Headliners will be going on relatively EARLY in order to have them turned up as loud as possible. Watch this space for line up times.
Vinney has long been dishing out junglist riddims to make your ears bleed. With releases on pretty much every jungle record label worth mentioning, we are stoked to cajole this man out of the land of webbed feet (Norfolk) and give the Jam Jar speakers a good rinse.
DR. BASTARDO (Peace Off)
Another producer going so long his mum is starting to wonder if he'll ever grow up, expect acid-infused beautiful yet brutal breakcore that grabs you by your genitalia and doesn't let go.
Enough of these old codgers. P-Tay is here to give you something fresh. With releases already out on Jigsore, Peng Selection and Stomp, his recent EP proved he will be a force to be reckoned with in years to come.
Thrackh has just returned to the UK after over a year. Bagul on the other hand, probably doesn't even own a passport. Thrackh is a notoriously hairy individual, whereas Bagul shaves his head and probably waxes his ballsac too. Together, they are like yin and yang, dark and light, negative and positive. We are excited if slightly nervous to see what these boys will cook up for us.