The ‘Godfather of Jungle’ – LTJ Bukem headlines a night of mind-altering Drum and Bass at the one of a kind – Village Underground, 21st August 2015.
Featuring support from Om Unit, two of the most respected and hard working members of the bass music community come together to catapult you through the sonic scapes of electronic music.
Emerging out of the late 80’s as a DJ, LTJ Bukem discovered his passion for drum and bass when exploring the realms of jazz fusion. So it’s natural that when Bukem’s career as a DJ progressed in the early 90‘s and he found himself delving into the studio, it was these frantic breakbeats in tandem with the melodic, yet almost awry basslines of jazz instrumentation that informed Bukem’s creations, developing a progressive and textured sound equal parts anthemic and tranquil. The album was titled ‘Logical Progression’ and marked Bukem as an innovator, a tag that has stuck through his work on his own esteemed Good Looking Records imprint, and still bears strong today as Bukem continues to DJ extensively across the globe under his ‘Progression Session’ banner.
“Drum & bass will never roll over and die as long as Bukem is around, and he’s not content just to sit on his breakbeat throne either” NME
Om Unit is the alias of Jim Coles. Producing since his early teens, he started with jungle before graduating via the world of turntablism under the 2tall moniker and representing the UK in the DMC world DJ championships. Om Unit has established himself as one of the most consistent and original artists in the electronic sphere. With a solid foundation established through hard work and sticking to his guns amid a dance music scene obsessed with shallow revivals and trends, Om Unit is no stranger to making bold statements with the works he produces, both as a solo producer and with his various collaborative works alongside some of the most respected producers and labels around.
Featuring two dynamic producers and DJ’s highly respected throughout the realms of electronic music there’s no excuses for missing this one!
Tickets: £19.25 Advance
Times: 21st August 2015
9pm – 4am
54 Holywell Lane,