Wat a Ting # 2 featuring Radikal Guru (Poland)
VenueThe Valve Bar
LocationAgincourt Hotel, 871 George St, Sydney, NSW 2000 Australia
2017 is set to blast off with 2 big b2b sessions Wat a Ting #1 & Wat a Ting #2. -> https://www.facebook.com/events/119343031898789/
Featuring 2 heavyweights – YT (27JAN) and Radikal Guru (03FEB)
Big vibes in the Valve basement with Foreigndub’s Soundsystem in the place, and the Foreigndub crew joining forces with RPK.
Special guests Dunj Crew joining RPK and Foreigndub.
Tickets avalable online http://reggaecarnival.com.au/ticket/
One of the brightest lights of the roots-influenced underground community for the past half-decade, Poland born Mateusz Miller has pioneered a compelling and unique fusion of sounds that encompass dub, reggae and dubstep under his Radikal Guru moniker. Inspired by an appreciation of soundsystem culture, his music has become synonymous with suffocating degrees of dread bassweight, vibrant and eclectic palettes of tone, and varying energy levels that cater for both dancefloor focussed ruckus and for more meditative listening. Heavily influenced by the likes of King Tubby and Scientist, Matt first gained worldwide acclaim and recognition through a string of killer 12” releases on leading reggae/dubstep imprint Dubbed Out, before forming a creative partnership with fellow label Moonshine Recordings where he has gone on to cement his reputation as one of the strongest proponents of the scene. His Moonshine discography boasts highlights that include his debut LP ‘The Rootstepa’ the mighty ‘Dread Commandments’ 12” and his second album ‘Subconscious’, and keep an eye out for some seriously exciting developments in the pipeline.
Not only an talented producer, Matt is also a fine selector, conveying his passion for music through DJ sets that pay homage to the sound and culture’s rich history as much as they showcase the freshest cuts of sonic innovation from himself and his contemporaries. He has hit spots all around the world to assault soundsystems with bass-fuelled beats and positive vibes. Catch Matt bringing heat to a series of festivals this summer, and with a landmark tour yet to be announced, there is plenty to look forward to on the horizon.