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Trap x The Blast – Summer Special pt1 (Friday – Bristol)

On Friday 14th June from 10pm til late at Old Crown ourts (City Centre). Line-up: Trap Magazine x The Blast. Summer special part 1 feat: dBridge (2hour set/ Exit), Phaeleh (Black Box), Paleman (Swamp 81), The Blast vs Trap DJs. Hosted by KOAST. Room 2 hosted by Idle Hands – featuring Kevin McPhee (Nakedlunch/ Idle Hands), Chris Farrell (Idle Hands), Kelly Twins (Idle Hands). Get your tickets for theis special summer treat now:

For tickets CLICK HERE

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Rhyme & Reason presents KRS-One & Pete Rock (Friday – Bristol)

On this night you will see KRS-ONE, Pete Rock, Mystro, Leafdog + BVA, Rag ‘n’ Bone Man and Split Prohets. Throughout KRS-ONE 20 year career trajectory legendary pioneer Krist Parker who goes by the pseudonym KRS-ONE (Knowledge Reigns Supreme Over Nearly Everyone) has given fans over a dozen classic Hip-Hop albums, spoke at more then 500 universities/colleges including Harvard, Yale, Princeton and Oxford, been nominated for Grammy Awards, received multiple RIAA certified gold and platinum sales accolades and become the definitive source for conscious urban music. Nicknamed “The Teacha” the New York native and acclaimed MC has been honored by the United Nations, Billboard Magazine, The Source, BET Hip-Hop Awards, VH-1’s Hip-Hop Honors and Harvard University to name a few. He has been given the keys to the city in Kansas City, Philadelphia and Compton, was nominated for the NACA 1992 Harry Chapman Humanitarian Award, holds the Reebok Humanitarian Award and three Ampex Golden Reel Awards. KRS One is viewed as the embodiment of the philosophical, sociological and political worldview espoused originally by those that participate in Hip Hop’s culture. He is presently one of the most outspoken leaders of Hip Hop’s politics and tradition. His integration of Hip Hop and metaphysical knowledge resonates throughout his music, lectures, and writings as his powerful presence continues to inspire generations. As Rolling Stone once put it, “He’s one of the most influential lyricists of all time.” This is a brilliant chance to see this man so make sure you do:

For tickets CLICK HERE

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Nass Launch Party at Motion Skate Park (Saturday –Bristol)

Motion Skate Park brings you a whole host of talent for the official NASS Festival Launch Party, and with their brilliant Love Saves The Day Parties it seems Motion have done it again. This is the place to be in the WEST + WALES area, as you can tell with this line-up

Room 1: Mistajam, Crissy Criss, Nicky Blackmarket, Devolution, Jus Now (live), Jello Room 2: My Nu Leng, Forget Me Not, Bromley, Maxx Baer, FWD Motion

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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