You have to make it down for this.
“The music is like a underground exploration…and I am specialized in the tunnel excavation.”
Pupajim is fast emerging as one of Europe’s best new vocalists from any genre and I cannot get my head around how a Frenchman from Brest can deliver such insightful and playful lyrics in English delivered cooler and deadlier than Nitty Gritty on ice.
“Do you want my DNA? Mr President there is no way. I can give you some but only in a spray.”
He is accompanied by the full Stand High Patrol in the shape of Mac Gyver and Rootystep and the sounds these guys are producing are phenomenal. With releases on Jahtari and Scrub a Dub and collaborations with the Nextmen and Tayo they are fast becoming International Farmers. Check their tunes TV Addict, Amplifier and Business of war before you come so you can sing along.
And needless to say – get down early. This is the last night Mungo’s Hi Fi is playing for now in Stereo. We want to say a big thanks to all the staff and massive who have been brilliant.
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Mungo’s Hi Fi are back with some seriously heavyweight selection and an MC combination to make any soundbwoy’s mouth water.
Mungo’s Hi Fi Sound System featuring Dixie Peach and Afrikan Simba
Stereo, 20-28 Renfield Lane, Glasgow, G2 6PH
Saturday 19th February 2011
£6 advance tickets only available at scotchbonnet.net
£8 on the door
Judging by January, we would recommend buying tickets in advance, and we will get a more efficient door strategy to avoid the queues – we promise!
Afrikan Simba is a respected rasta statesman, broadcaster, singer and MC who takes his musical mission well dread. Dixie Peach has the sweet textured voice of a sound system veteran, trained by years on the road with Jah Tubbys. We will be running the dance wicked and wild with plenty of 80s digital and original productions.
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Mungo’s Hi Fi kick off their new residency at Stereo with the return of dub superdons Disrupt and Soom T, who have chosen the night to launch their stunning new album on the Jahtari label entitled ‘Ode to a carrot’.
NEW VENUE! Stereo, 20-28 Renfield Lane, Glasgow, G2 6PH
Saturday 22nd January 2011
£5 advance from www.scotchbonnet.net£8 on the door
We are moving the sound system underground to Stereo’s bass cavern where we will reach sub frequency amplitudes never experienced before. To get things rolling we’ll be concentrating matters like a particle accelerator with the help of green energy experts Disrupt and Soom T who are releasing their brand new album collaboration ‘Ode to a Carrot’. Click here for a preview
The duo have been travelling the world spreading Jahtari niceness through Disrupt’s pioneering digital laptop reggae sound and some serious vocal jiggery pokery from Scotland’s number one bigmouth, Soom T. Soom moved to Leipzig in the summer to finish off their works and this will be quite a homecoming, with a special performance with Mungo’s Hi Fi in the afternoon to mark the opening of the new Robbie Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway.
Come down early to get Soom’s High Grade Carrot Cake and free Bunny Ears, cos stereo will be rammed to the gunnels and ready for a rumpus.
Soom T live with Mungo’s Hi Fi at Reperkusound
Soom T – Bong Bong live in Galway
Beatboxing in Japan
Soom T – Flying High – Disrupt / Mungo’s Hi Fi
Mungo’s Hi-Fi – Did You Really Know (feat. Soom T)