Thursday 29th of November will see the Kurupt FM gang take the stage at The Warehouse Project for the closing show of their ‘The Last Tour Ever (Probably)’. Renowned for bringing Garage music to the masses with Stevie and DJ Beats on the decks and MC Grindah spitting bars, the team have become infamous amongst the British population.
Catch Kurupt FM and more at Store Street, Manchester on Thursday 29th November.
The People Just Do Nothing crew have set up a closing night to remember so here are our top picks for who to see on the night.
Very special guest David Rodigan will be gracing the stage with his presence always donning a suit and hat. Looking like he’s about to pitch a sale to you don’t let this fool you the man will be bringing reggae and a mixture of Dnb and Dancehall into his sets. Sampling his ‘Together’ track he even has a spot on Kurupt album The Lost Tape’s ‘Hard’. The Radio 1Xtra DJ is surely to get everyone dancing with his smooth mixes and airy vibes.
Grime artist extraordinaire Ghetts has always showed his talent with his hard hitting, punching lyrics and slick beats. Catchy, infectious and always known for delivering a great show he will surely be there to get you hyped up and raring. Hoping to hear ‘Hell to the Liars’ and ‘Slumdog Millionaire’. The West Londoner never fails to deliver a face slapping performance.
Scott Garcia and Sticky
The legendary Scott Garcia who is best known for his hit track ‘It’s a London Thing’ and Sticky who was the one who produced Ms Dynamites ‘Boo!’ will be taking part in the evenings events. True pioneers of the U.K. garage scene, the duo will be teaming up, showing us how Garage music should sound. If you want to see a few OGs at their best be sure not to miss this set.
Manchester’s own DnB duo North Base, who have been at it for 8 years, will have their own set on the 29th. Tracks such as ‘Head Space’ and ‘Third Eye’ don hard basslines, stark drops and rapid lyrics. The two have played along with the likes of Andy C, Chase and Status and DJ Hype, they are masters of the DnB scene who will surely shake the night up.
You obviously would not go to a Kurupt FM night without actually seeing them. Known for bringing a bit of comedy to their sets as they are always in full character from their BBC sitcom People Just Do Nothing. Sampling well known Garage tracks and the occasional Grime you will be able to hear songs from their debut and probably only album, The Lost Tape. Tracks such as ‘Suttin Like That’, ‘138 Trek’, and ‘It’s a Kuruption Ting’ are a few of many which bring you back to the late 90s - early 00s. Quick and witty, pumping and brazen the PJDN crew are surely to make this night memorable.
Get tickets to see Kurupt FM’s closing show on their ‘The Last Tour Ever (Probably) tour at The Warehouse Project’s Store Street in Manchester on Thursday 29th November.
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