Sunday, 5 June 2011

WAH WAH 45's LIVE in Brighton.

Big new night for Brighton's descerning clubbers!
The excellent WAH WAH 45 record label are bringing their heavy dancefloor sound to the seaside.

A few words from label head Dom Servini; Wah Wah 45s are one of London’s leading independent record labels, who not only specialize in bass heavy soul, dub reggae and big band funk, but also know how to put on a top notch event. As well as their regular London monthlies at venues such as Favela Chic and The Vibe Bar, the last couple of years have seen the label host two massive events at London’s famous Scala. Both nights saw over 1000 people attend and lose their minds to acts such as Quantic, Hackney Colliery Band, DJ Format, The Apples, Bonobo, Stac and many more.

Saturday June 11th sees the Wah Wah 45s crew take the Wah Wah Live show on the road. First stop for this year is Brighton, a city close to the label’s heart. The line up is a who’s who of the great and good of the left-of-centre music scene in the city. Whether it’s the uplifting dub reggae of the Resonators, the skanking soul of Tin Roots, the wobbly bass music of Tru Thoughts producer Hint, or exciting new beat maker Ambassadeurs, we’ve got it all under one roof. And with Wah Wah head honchos Dom Servini & Scrimshire taking up the rear, plus local boys done good, Pause and Mickey Duke, running things in the bar, we’ve got all corners covered.

Add to that the added bonus of bespoke optical delights, and the Wah Wah Shop for all of your limited edition tees, bags for life, stickers, vinyl and CDs and you know we really, really are spoiling you.

Spoiled indeed! If you havn't checked the WAH WAH sound, it's about time you got on board.

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