The Stanton Warriors continue their bass assault on London Bridge with another Stanton Sessions at Cable. Always a raucous affair and this show will be much the same with Doorly, Evil Nine and The Freestylers (featuring SirReal) heading up the attack. As per, we’ll also be welcoming back bass badmen the Stanton Warriors as they hold forte on this momentous date! Meanwhile, Cable’s second room will be in safe hands as the Supatronix crew take control with Reveal, Sai, Miss Monument and Charlie Chuckles.
£9 Early Bird / £11 Adv. / £11 Students OTD / £13 OTD / £26 VIP Attic
Yorkshire badman Doorly is in incredibly high demand at the moment and the ‘genreless’ jock spends his summers on Ibiza as the host and frontman for Ibiza rocks and also boasts a long list of studio collabs with artists such as Grandmaster Flash and Beardyman amongst others. ‘Genreless’ maybe, but this technical wizard’s style definitely falls within the booty shakin’ bass-heavy category, hence his Stanton Sessions call up.
Next up, we have a welcome return from Matt Cantor and Aston Harvey aka The Freestylers. Their influences stem back to Hip-Hop and Electro and the pair first honed their production skills back in the mid 90’s. Now with a mixed bag on their shoulder, the Stanton faithful should expect breaks to ragga to dustup and with Drum & Bass spinner Sirreal to feature as part of the performance, a further string is added to their gnarly bow!
Meanwhile another duo will join the party; Evil Nine’s Tom Beaufoy and Pat Pardy first combined skills in 1998 and were quickly snapped up by Adam Freeland who signed them to his Marine Parade label. Since then each of their releases have distinguished Evil Nine as innovators who refuse to blend into the scene, deriving their musical flavour from multiple influences including Post Punk, Italo-disco, electro, Hip-Hop & Techno. Now with an eagerly anticipated third studio album on the horizon, their ‘evil’ sub-sonic sounds will ring true with the Cable crew.