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Events Deep in the Jungle: Doc Scott - Patterns Brighton

Published on July 9th, 2018 | by Tariq Ziyad

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Foundations x Tropicalé -Deep in the Jungle: Doc Scott – Patterns Brighton


Foundations x Tropicalé presents: Deep in the Jungle w/ Doc Scott.

Date: Fri 13 Jul 11-4

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“A true veteran and leading tastemaker in D&B, Doc Scott has been an essential and pivotal figure in the scene since before its inception and continues to push things forward. Founding member of ‘A Bunch Of Cuts’, his DJ sets in the mid-90s became legendary, notably at the Metalheadz Blue Note sessions and ‘Speed’. Although primarily a DJ, his productions are definitive classics within the scene, such as ‘Here Comes The Drumz’ on Reinforced, the first ever Metalheadz release ‘VIP Drumz’, to the more mellow sounds of ‘Tokyo Dawn’ on Good Looking Records. His own label 31 Records, sparked by Scott’s ground-breaking ‘Shadow Boxing’, has also been a hub for new talent, pushing some of the biggest artists today in their early days.”

Tropicalé is Brighton’s answer to seminal party starters Elrow, albeit with a soundtrack influenced more by the vibrant rhythms of Latin America, the Caribbean, and Africa, alongside the burgeoning UK Bass and Grime scenes. With an explosion of colour, confetti and bubbles alongside a fully immersive decorative experience, it is definitely not a party to miss. Past events include: KXVU, Hamdi and Zero at Mono (9th October 2017), Tropicale & Friends Christmas Carnival (13th December 2017), Foundations & Tropicale: The Tropics w/ Jus Now (2nd February 2018) and Tropicale presents Dismantle x The Busy Twist

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