Competition for 12×12 @ Scala tickets

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A Guy Called Gerald (London), Arthur Baker (London), Jazzie B (Soul II Soul, London), Martyn Ware (Human League, Heaven 17, London), MJ Cole (Prolific, London), Peter Hook (Joy Division, New Order, Manchester), Robert Owens(Fingers Inc., London), Roni Size (Full Cycle, V Recordings, Bristol), Shades Of Rhythm(London), Shy FX (Digital Soundboy, London), X-Press 2 (Junior Boy’s Own, Skint, London), Zinc (Bingo Beats, London) & Dynamite MC (Strong Records, London).

For one night only, the Red Bull Music Academy offers a celebration of the history and backbone of London’s club culture. 12 seminal anthems. Performed by their 12 heavyweight producers. Playing for 12 minutes each and celebrating those 12 inches of pure black gold that have changed dance music forever. Add some mind-bending visuals by Hexstatic to this mix, and what you get is one journey into sound. From way back right into the future.

If you’d like to go, all you need to do is tell me what A Guy Called Gerald’s seminal musical moment was. If you don’t know that, then you’re a big spaz. Hit me up at christopher.tubbs@mac.com!


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