NOTE: This event will end at 2am

Top Rankin' is back and this time they have teamed up with ROCKERS HIFI. The crew that bought you the road block Congo Natty event at Passing Clouds, and Max Romeo at Brixton Jamm. 

On Friday 14 October, we are thrilled to bring to the stage the mighty Macka B as well as a night of great support, spanning UK club & sound system culture. 

Lineup: 

*MACKA B*
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Ed West Music
Jago
Galak Spiritual
Kosher
(Unit 137)

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Hipsters Don't Dance
(Radar Radio)

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The Sultan & Fedzilla
(Top Rankin')

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Rockers Hifi UK

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POWERED BY URGENT UNION SOUND SYSTEM

*MACKA B*

Simply put, a legend in the game! An artist, performer & activist with a career spanning 30 years, he has been described as "One of Britain's most influential Dancehall toasters". 

From 1986 to the the present day, "A Sign of the Times" to "Never Played a 45", Macka has worked with fellow legends in Reggae and continues to perform and inspire crowds. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HucOdgey9NE


Ed West - A unique sound deeply rooted in Dub, Dancehall, Jungle & Hip Hop.

Jago - A vocalist and is one of the front men for the dub/reggae outfit onlyjoe.

Galak Spiritual - a French MC/Singer from Paris. He began his musical career over a decade ago first as a Hip-Hop artist, before progressing to Reggae music. His unique style has seen him perform alongside some of the biggest stars in the scene, such as Capleton.

Kosher - Born and raised in Hackney, East London, Kosher grew up surrounded by the rise of British dance music and Jamaican roots Reggae. Kosher is a vocalist set to make waves in 2016 and beyond!

https://soundcloud.com/ed-west/badman-ft-galak-jago

(UNIT 137)
http://www.unit137.com/

Hipsters Dont Dance - For over five years the duo have been playing vibrant sets that, thanks in part to Kazabon and Hootie Who’s roots (Trinidadian and Nigerian, respectively), seamlessly mix buoyant soca and West African pop music with Jamaican dancehall, US rap and r&b, and the jagged UK club sounds that have emerged in the wake of grime and funky. Essentially, their sets sound like a day spent walking around Ladbroke Grove on the August bank holiday weekend.

Top Rankin' & Rockers Hifi Residents:

The Sultan
Fedzilla
Rockers Hifi UK

FREE before 8
£5 before 9
£8 after.

DUB / REGGAE / DANCEHALL / STEPPAS / UK FUNKY / DRUM N' BASS