The turntable wizard with a sense of humour brings his new AV show to the legendary Roundhouse
Yoda is back with an all new audio-visual show, and rather than playing KOKO or making use of the country’s biggest screen at London’s BFI IMAX cinema (he done did that already), the always refreshingly tongue-in-cheek turntablist will be shaking up the Roundhouse with his inimitable brand of killer beats and nostalgia-heavy awesomeness. On a full, cinema-sized screen.
Ninja Tune wax warrior returns to London to wreak more musical havoc
Turntable wizard. Only man to get a perfect score in the World DMC finals. Guaranteed to knock your socks clean off. DJ Kentaro is back in London! Playing XOYO on Saturday 21st May, the Japanese beat maestro with lightning hands will be joined by Bristol’s raucous Smerins Anti-Social club. And, in room 2, the good folk at Bonafide Magazine will be tearing the place up with a little help from the man like Bullion and Infinite Livez. Plus, all profits go to helping the Japanese tsunami relief.
Having helped significantly forefront the nineties hip-hop turntablism scene through organising the renowned Beat Junkies, along with lending his turntable and DJ skills in collaborating with the likes of Madlib and the late great J Dilla, J. Rocc is definitely a musical force to be reckoned with. And finally, he has graced old fans like myself and soon-to-be-new fans with
Canadian wax manipulator returns to London for show at Koko
The last time I saw Kid Koala play in London was when Shadow and Cut Chemist were touring their new The Hard Sell show at Camden’s beautiful Roundhouse. Already hyped enough by the main attraction (as you would be), the news that Kid Koala was on support duties sent me over the edge – the pint sized Canadian turntable wizard is, well, jaw-dropping to watch.