We caught up with the Liquid Funktion duo ahead of our party this Sunday at Sub Club to download their musical knowledge and see what plans they have on the horizon.
We catch up with the riotous trio that is Keep It Rolling ahead of our party at Sub Club.
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Eden announce their first stellar headline acts for 2017.
Introducing Mat Hatingson, designer and illustrator based in Edinburgh.
It will be our biggest event to date.
Here's what we are up to in April
Time-lapse of TMFC doing live illustrations at our first 'Hip Hop & Jungle: Art School Takeover' in April 2014.
250 acts will perform live over 11 stages, set in the stunning Raehill Meadows of Dumfries, from the 9th-12th of June 2016.
We're joining up with Handpicked once again for our first Art School Takeover of 2016.
Two ladies. 7 days. One music festival. No plan.
Sunshine, boat parties, soundsystems and an abundance of UK music exports. The mighty Outlook festival is upon us once more. Our good friends, wannabe-journos and partners in crime Christina Knowles and Leony Mayhew are out there wobbling amphibiously to more bass than can you can shake your butt at. They’ll be reporting back on the festival first hand through way of a diary of the best sights and sounds they experience in and around the sun soaked fortress.
Check out the new video from the Furry Chillum Warm Up party back in March.
Some choice grooves from Frogbeats and Handpicked live at Sub Hub.
Welcome to the first instalment of Peaz Inna Podcast from Frogbeats and Samson Sounds!!
This session is dedicated to The Furry Chillum Warm-up party (March 20th, Artschool, Glasgow), a night we are hosting for a taste of the Eden Festival 2015. We present a showcase of all the acts performing on the night - with three special live tracks from Samson Sounds - to get you in the mood for this fantastic party to be :).
Our 25th podcast sees Hex mixing up a solid selection of Drum & Bass varieties.
We are joined by Rebecca Vasmant at Stereo on the 15th of November where we'll be playing an afro-latin selection of house, jazz and funk.
We are joined by the very talented and up and coming producer Stray (Critical / Exit) for our first night at The Art School.
The Frogbeats collective has been booked to provide a one-off swing extravaganza at Cabaret Voltaire on the first bank holiday Sunday of the Edinburgh Festival. The theme of the night is Jazz, and we’ll be playing electro-swing, nu-jazz, funky beats, dub, house and other groovy oddities all-night long.
It’s £5 all night and fancy dress is definitely recommended. Doors open at 11pm.
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By Russell McMahon
Eden festival is fast approaching and organisers are getting primed and ready having been on site with a team of creatives for the last 4 weeks preparing the captivating bits and bobs of decor the festival has become known for. With the recent news that De La Soul will be pulling out of Eden (for family reasons) coming as a disappointment to many we are still set for what is shaping up to be an incredible Eden. King Charles will be stepping in for De La Soul as headliners. In any case the spirit of Eden is the audience and the network of artists that play and saying that we thought we would put together a list of the acts we are excited to see this weekend in the garden.
Have you read our 2014 Guide To Eden?
THE JOHN LANGAN BAND
’High energy, unhinged, and musically extravagant, taking traditional acoustic idioms and delivering with punk abandonment and virtuosic flare. A dynamic three piece offering a unique sound emerging from Celtic, Gypsy Swing, Roma and Flamenco and tuned in savvy. Wrapping pan European traditional acoustic music with infectious grooves, epic, pounding, sing along, punch the air anthems to intricately arranged instrumentals.’
DUNCAN DISORDERLY & THE SCALLYWAGS (GOOD TIMES MUSIC)
A quartet brimming with character. ’Duncan Disorderly & the Scallywags are not like your normal band. It’s more a way of life! Living, eating and breathing music. They live together as a comunity and Music is how they survive. With exceptional influences from Latin and Reggae to Gypsy and Swing/Jazz; charismatic Duncan and his Scallywags never fail to entertain. It isn’t all sweet jazz and chilled Reggae ‘smokers’, The Scallywags do love diversity with a few ‘banging’ party tunes not going amiss in a late night show.’
One of Eden’s regulars. Variety is the spice of life and musical variety is what Mayawaska offers in abundance. Collecting music is an addiction of Mayawaska’s, one that he channels in to mixing. Each mix is an adventure through an extensive collection he gathers when he isn’t working on his sustainable housing project around the Galloway. Only the crème de la crème makes it through the speakers. His sound tends to the incorporate band music fused with electronic ranging through ethnic sounds and guitar. Check out his extensive collection of mixes on Mixcloud.
Where: The Lost Disco / Vishnu Lounge
This 4-piece Dub, Reggae, African and Blues band and soundsystem collective have been with Eden since it’s conception, hosting the Furry Chillum tent alongside Jumble Sale Sounds. Samson Sounds reside in Glasgow but are originally from Dumfries & Galloway which makes this gig a whole lot more special for them, so expect a jolly atmosphere to accompany a fresh, jazzier set primed for Eden. They have been causing a stir over the past year since releasing their debut Sunrise EP on Dub Combe Records playing many gigs all over Scotland including the Wee Dub Festival, Loch Lomond and supporting Horace Andy. If you are around London on the 28th of June we will be playing a boat party with them.
When: Saturday 5:30am / Sunday Evening
Where: Vishnu Lounge / The Furry Chillum
Described as ‘The Thinking Man’s Grandmast Flash’ by Fatboy Slim, JFB is one to look out for. Expect plenty of scratch routines from the UK DMC champion of 2007 and 2011 as he mashes it up through styles crossing over Hip-Hop, Jazz, Funk, Glitchhop, Electro Swing, Breakbeat, Dubstep and Drum & Bass. JFB has plenty of experience having regularly collaborated with the likes of Beardyman and Ed Solo, not to mention many-a-mix on BBC Radio.
Where: The Lost Disco