Dead Players (Jam Baxter and Dabbla),Hanoi
Dead Players (Jam Baxter and Dabbla),Hanoi

Dead Players (Jam Baxter and Dabbla)

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00:59 Sat 25 Nov 2017


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--Dead Players (High Focus)--

We are happy to present two of UK hip hops strongest lyricists to Hanoi

Dead Players have written and recorded an album that is equally suited for a Tuesday evening barbecue with your obese Mother to a Friday night SUPER RAVE. It really doesn’t matter; you could be on a sinking P&O ferry or playing strip croquet with Zsa Zsa Gabor, the sheer musical dexterity on display is at times, game changing.

Since appearing with LDZ (LonDon Zoo), Dabbla has proved himself to be one of the U.K’s most valuable and original assets to Rap Music. His skill is evident in the success of the latest Dead Players album Freshly Skeletal on High Focus Records, not to mention his more recent projects with Problem Child & Foreign beggars. Joint CEO of Potent Funk Records, Dabbla’s debut album ‘Year Of The Monkey’ blasted out on High Focus Records last year with the video Psychoville clocking over 2 million YouTube views.

From Iceland to Australia to Glastonbury, his stage-show performance still remains unrivalled by peers. Building on this success and supported by key radio stations across the UK including BBC Radio1, BBC 1Xtra & Kiss FM, the future is set for your favourite, unstoppable killing machine.

Jam Baxter has had an eventful time of it since he was last asked to summarise his musical adventures in biographical form. As ever, roaming around planet Earth, steadily tightening his grip on the very tallest branches of the musical canopy has been central to his movements, as has taking each and every bashment by the scruff of its neck and suplexing it dry of everything it has to offer. Most significantly however, Jam Baxter has continued to prove himself as one of the most outlandish and trailblazing songwriters on the scene. Taking listeners on a voyage through one’s songwriting is a mantra for many, but only a reality for very few; this has and always will remain the bone marrow of his day-to-day.

Best described as a young William Shatner skulking around a London backstreet staring wistfully at pigeons (his own words), Baxter can be found decimating live stages alone or in packs, sculpting releases that ooze unrivaled levels of dexterity, or simply sitting on Highbury Fields in the drizzle. It matters not which one of the above activities he may be doing at any particular time, the fact remains, no-one does it quite like Baxter.

Support from Nook, Tazer, Integ, Harry Badman, Gusman, AC Selekta, Ressa, Flakes.

100k Entry / 12 - late

Event ended

00:59 Sat 25 Nov 2017