HE’S a big bloke, from a very big band and he’s got people excited in a big way about his set at the Book Club on Friday night.
Daddy G, of Massive Attack, returns to London after a long time away from the capital with his record bag brimming full of funk, dub, reggae, hip-hop, drum-n-bass and house for the masses to absorb.
The vocalist/producer/DJ’s contribution to the British music scene is un-questioned with tracks such as ‘Unfinished Symphony’ and collaborations with Mos Def and Snoop Dogg, just the start of a glittering career.
Count Skylarkin & MC Honey Brown, Del Gazeebo, Peepshow Paddy will be supporting the Bristolian legend too.
The Book Club
100 Leonard Street
Time: 8pm - 3am
Door: £5 before 9pm / £7 after
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