Old time, New Time Sound ft Jago / Interrupt / Deemas J / Midnight Zu / DJ Jun
July 3 @ 7:00 pm - July 4 @ 2:00 am£7
A night at the Magic Garden bringing you the old time and new sound of reggae featuring:
Jago (Unit 137, Onlyjoe)
Jago first caught the attention of the UK underground music scene as front man for reggae band onlyjoe, as well as South London sound system unit 137. Ever since he’s been a regular performer at festivals and music venue events alike. Most recently working alongside Jungle legends Serial Killaz, Chopstick Dubplate, Reggae Roast and Bristol based all round bass music crew Kaotik Kartel (Glastonbury Festival sound clash stage champions) A signed artist to Tru Thoughts with releases on a ton of various labels working as a vocalist and producer. Jago has a serious body of work behind him and the future is set to be full of a ton more releases and big shows.
Interrupt (Reggae Roast Soundsystem)
Interrupt is a reggae/dancehall producer and DJ based in London, UK. He is a core member and music producer for Reggae Roast Soundsystem, co-producing their debut album ‘Turn Up the Heat’ in 2020, as well as putting out a steady stream of releases as Interrupt on labels such as Scotch Bonnet, Raider Records, Cubiculo Records, Reggae Roast, Chopstick Dubplate and Born on Road.
His contemporary take on the classic early dancehall and digital reggae sounds of the late 80s and early 90s has quickly gained him a reputation as an exciting, in-demand producer, working with high profile vocalists such as Parly B, Daddy Freddy, Tippa Irie, Carl Meeks, Ponchita Peligros, Donovan Kingjay, Little Harry and Taiwan MC.
March 2021 saw him put out the first release ‘Mash Up the Dance EP’ on his own label ‘Interrupt Music’, featuring vocalists Mowty Mahlyka, Parly B, Ponchita Peligros, Ras Mat-I, Jago & SK Simeon. The EP has received great feedback and support from the community and he is set to release many more quality tunes in the upcoming months.
You can check out the ‘Mash Up the Dance EP’ here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/interrupt1/mash-up-the-dance-ep
Deemas J is known for his Reggae and Drum and Bass style and is also a
prominent figure in the Garage and House circuit. Primarily known as an
MC, he has also become an established vocalist, recording everything
from Funk, Drum and Bass to Reggae music.
After Wrongtom’s release, ‘Duppy Writer’ with Roots Manuva, Wrongtom
collaborated with Deemas J for his next album, ‘Wrongtom
meets Deemas J in East London’ which garnered 4 to 5 star ratings in Q
Magazine, Mojo, Rolling Stone and others.
He works alongside sound systems such as Unit 137, Reggae Roast and
Solution Sound, as well as artists such as Manudigital, Daddy G (Massive
Attack), Nicky Blackmarket, Ras Kwame, DJ Shepdog (Nice Up records),
Count Skylarkin’, Don Letts, Pied Piper, EZ, Kenny Ken, Tenoshi, Sleepy
Time Ghost, Hylu (Unit 137) and more. His songs have been remixed by
artists such as Ed Solo, Wickaman, Benny Page and Mo’Matic.
You can catch Deemas J performing with Manudigital at Notting Hill Carnival every year. He also features at many other
British, Irish and European festivals such as Electric Picnic in Ireland, Boomtown, Guernsey and Meet the Beats in
Live band: Midnight Zu
Midnight Zu are a collective of musicians and singers based in Bristol, bringing together elements of funk, folk, electro, dub, ska and soul.
These guys revel in spreading good vibes and happy times, layering conscious verse, head-bopping rhythms and sensual melodies that will hook your heart all night and make you breakfast in the morning.
Jus is from London South East Lewisham unity sound system
Playing playing 80s-90s dancehall.
Bus right out side 44. 344 24-hour bus and night 44 bus 137. Bus 452 5min walk nbus 44 n bus 137 bus 436. 156
5 minutes walk from Battersea Park Station