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ON-U SOUND

Celebrating the music of Adrian Sherwood's On-U Sound Records label its associated acts forthcoming releases and rare & exclusive mixes. An opportunity for our ON-U Sound family fans and new friends to link-up and soak in the sounds of this legendary label. TICKETS AT TOP OF DESCRIPTION BELOW

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ON-U SOUND
ON-U SOUND

Time & Location

25 Feb 2023, 19:00 – 26 Feb 2023, 02:00

London, 316 High Rd, London N15 4BP, UK

About the Event

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ON-U SOUND FANCLUB - “Disturbing the Comfortable - Comforting the Disturbed”

Celebrating the music of Adrian Sherwood's On-U Sound Records label its associated acts forthcoming releases and rare & exclusive mixes. An opportunity for our ON-U Sound family fans and new friends to link-up and soak in the sounds of this legendary label.

- Powered by two stacks of On-U approved sound.

- Live ON-U Sound visuals and art.

- Merch available from ON-U Sound Records and friends.

- Argentinian Grill available from 7pm

ON-U Sound selections from;

  • GAUDI
  • PANDIT G (ASIAN DUB FOUNDATION SOUND SYSTEM)
  • UNCLE FESTER ON ACID aka DR DUB (ON–U SOUND OFFICIAL ARCHIVIST)
  • RAMSES (OFFICIAL ON-U SOUND SELECTOR)
  • DAN-I (FIELD FREQUENCY /ON-SOUND FAN GROUP)

With a special LIVE performance from;

  • 3HEAD (+ LIVE DUB MIX FROM DR DUB)

3Head and On-U have a long history spanning more than 20 years - starting with a seminal tour of Japan in 2000 the line up of which was: 3Head Adrian Sherwood Dennis Bovell and Andrew Wetherall. This year 3Head will be joined by ON.U Sound reissue curator & resident DJ Patrick Dokter (Uncle Fester on Acid) who will be dub mixing the band live. Check out the 3Head bandcamp page for Adrian Sherwood's remixes of their recent releases.

Stay tuned for more special announcements...

On-U Sound is an iconic independent label that has been pushing the boundaries of sound since 1980 - with a treasure trove of remarkable music and sits in a unique position historically as a junction point between the heavy influence of Jamaican music on UK culture and the development of disparate sounds such as post-punk hip-hop industrial jungle dubstep and beyond.

Setting new standards of dub production Sherwood produced a vast army of reggae funk and rock artistes including African Head Charge New Age Steppers Creation Rebel Little Annie Bim Sherman Mark Stewart & Maffia Judy Nylon Akabu Gary Clail Asian Dub Foundation London Underground Dub Syndicate Tackhead and the dub collective Singers & Players to name just a few…

“Adrian brought together outsiders and we were doing stuff that other people weren’t. We were forcing the boundaries of the equipment.” - New Age Steppers bassist George Oban

“Disturbing the Comfortable - Comforting the Disturbed”

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