DOPO LE STREPITOSE SERATE DEL 17 DICEMBRE E DEL 14 GENNAIO TORNA INNER CITY JUNGLE QUESTA VOLTA CON UN GUEST DA LONDRA CHE HA FATTO LA STORIA DELLA DRUM’N BASS: TENOR FLY !! accompagnato da TU SHUNG PENG
Inner City Jungle è una delle più influenti Crew Drum’n’Bass fiorentine. Da più di 10 anni sta promuovendo la scena D’n’B a Firenze e altrove, con lo scopo di far rifiorire un genere narcotizzato dagli anni.
Nel corso delle stagioni di residenza in club fiorentini come Ippodromo, Viper e Cargo, si sono alternati accanto ai nostri dj locali guest internazionali di altissimo livello come Social Security, Congo Natty (Navigator+Rebel Mc), Dillinja, Storm, Noisia, Sigma, Hatcha & Mc Easy Rider (RIP), Miss Pink, Vapour, Herb n Dub, Benvinda, Shimon, Marlow, Benga, Skream & Youngsta, Foreign Beggars e italiani come Bonnot, Ninja , Gruff, i Colle, Drumboy, Maztek, Andypop, ecc..
Inner City Jungle è nata nel 1998 ed è continuata fino al 2011 come trasmissione in onda sui 101.5 e 107.3 di Novaradio ideata e condotta da Danex e Riccardino occupandosi del panorama dance alternativo internazionale dalla sua nascita al suo sviluppo.
special guest from UK: TENOR FLY (Congo Natty/9 Lives/Run Tingz)
TU SHUNG PENG (da Pisa)
DR01D 8 (Gold/Grogg)
Ingresso 5 € tutta la sera!
Born Jonathan Sutter, Brixton, London, England. Tenor Fly began his career with Lloyd Coxsone’s International Sound System, working alongside such dignitaries as Jah Screechy and Blacker Dread. In 1989 his debut release, “Roughneck Fashion”, topped the UK reggae chart, and was swiftly followed by the equally successful “Inner Cities”. His growing reputation led to collaborations with the Ragga Twins (under the guise of Demon Rocker), the highly acclaimed DJ Top Cat, and seasoned vocalist Nerious Joseph. He has also enjoyed crossover success, having three consecutive Top 40 hits with the Rebel MC, “Tribal Bass”, “Wickedest Sound” and “Coming On Strong”. In 1994 his satirical interpretation of the Monty Python Life Of Brian chant, “Bright Side Of Life”, over a sample of Nina Simone’s “My Baby Just Cares For Me”, rewarded him with a UK Top 50 hit. His success was followed by the Big Orange duet, “Let’s Play”, reuniting the DJ with Nerious Joseph. In 1996 Tenor Fly toured Japan, appearing alongside Top Cat and Sweetie Irie at the annual Japan Splash Festival. On his return he was invited to perform on the Louchie Lou And Michie One album, Danger Us, for the track “Before The Night Is Over”. In 1997, he embarked on recording sessions for his long-awaited debut, to be released by his advocate Top Cat on the DJ’s own Nine Lives label.