BLOC 2010 - Day 1 photo gallery
Model 500 (live)
Skream B2B Benga
Roots Manuva (live)
Deuce DJs: Marcel Dettmann & Shed
Matt Whitehead (live)
Anti-Pop Consortium LIVE
Ellen Allien feat. Pfadfinderei VJs
Luke Slater aka Planetary Assault Systems (live)
Surgeon A/V LIVE
Nathan Fake (live)
Channel One Sound System feat. Mikey Dread and Ras Kayleb
FWD + Rinse.FM
Boy Better Know ft. Skepta, JME, Frisco, Shorty and DJ Maximum
Youngsta b2b Ntype
Roska b2b Scratcha
MCs Tippa and Crazy D
Congo Natty aka Rebel MC feat. Tenor Fly
Loops Haunt (live)
N>E>D vs Punksi
Mark Ernestus feat. Tikiman (Rhythm & Sound)
Pinch b2b Distance
Mary Anne Hobbs
Mungo’s Hifi feat. Soom T
Appleblim b2b Peverelist
MCs Crazy D, SGT Pokes and Dread
DJ Hype & MC Daddy Earl
The McMash Clan
Raffertie b2b Kanji Kinetic
Reso b2b Vent
AGT Rave Cru
Hosted by Bass 6
Man Make Music
Radioactive Man (live)
Point B LIVE
Michael Forshaw LIVE
Luke's Anger LIVE
Ben Pest live
Al Tourettes (live)
Subliminal Criminal LIVE
DJ Planet Mu
DMX Krew new LIVE show
Neil Landstrumm (live)
Bass Junkie B2B The Dexorcist
Girlcore feat. Isa GT & Naomi //
Joe Hart aka Mr. Bodyhammer
Make Me DJs
Human Shield feat. Ali Renault, Casionova, Tommy Walker 3 & Peter
Things are hotting up over at BLOC HQ as we steam roll towards 2010. Renowned for being eclectic, forward-thinking and truly inspirational, BLOC have built a reputation on breaking new talent along side hand pick
legends and musical icons; and next year will be no different!
We are delighted to announce just a taste of what's in store for next year's ground breaking BLOC.
Making their BLOC debut, is a major player in UK music, and one with almost unique longevity in a genre in which people usually produce one or two great
albums and then vanish. Roots Manuva sums this fearless approach which means he continues to be one of the most vital, exciting, honest artists
working in the UK today. Huge plans are a foot for next year with Mercury Music Price winner Speech Debelle.
Adam Beyer has become synonymous with the techno sound of Sweden, which has quite literally shaken the world since the mid-nineties. From the driving percussive force of his Drum Code label to the more open electronic miasma on his current Truesoul and Mad Eye imprints, Beyer remains one of the biggest and most influential producer/DJs on the planet.
Blip, Buzz, Zap - Sean Booth & Rob Brown the two knob-twiddlers behind Autechre, are along the leaders of the electronica renaissance of the mid -
90's. Blending 70's pioneers such as Kraftwerk and Brian Eno with avantgarde noise and the block-rocking intensity of 80's Hip-Hop and electro-funk.
Next up are two underground legends from BLOC, after another storming show back in March, Soundtracking the sounds of suburban (Croydon)Skream & Benga trademark minimal sound found a resounding ear with
urban youth across the world.
Gravity-defying beats and pads, all buoyed by a tidal wave of sub bass! Whether it's moulding cosmic Indian flavours, electro dancehall, or skankinï
reggae e it all gets squeezed through the Skream & Benga filter and ends up sounding like ites been beamed from the dark side of some asteroid.
Finally, one of our many headlines across the weekend will be presenting a full live show for the first time in years. Salt-n-Pepa featuring the original line
up - Cheryl James ("Salt" now Cheryl Wray) Sandra Denton ("Pepa"), and DJ Spinderalla Deidra "Dee Dee" Roper. The group has sold over 15 million albums and singles worldwide. Salt-N-Pepa is the bestselling female rap group and six of their single releases have been certified either platinum or gold in America by the RIAA.
"Push It" sold over a million copies, topped the R&B and rap charts and earned the women their first grammy nomination for best rap performance.
This will be there first LIVE show in the UK for nearly ten years! This is a show
not to be missed, welcome to BLOC ladies!
Attracting talent from around the globe and provides an opportunity for internationally renowned performers to play alongside the ground-breaking
stars of tomorrow, this is just the tip of the iceberg for BLOC 2010.
Once again BLOC exceeded the expectations of UK's most discerning audience in only its third year. With a sold-out audience of over 5000 attendees to what must be the UK's most modern day music festival in every
sense, whilst sending ripples through the music industry.
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Sat, 11 Jul 2015
Sat, 18 Jul 2015
The Boiler House Graffiti Project
Sat, 18 Jul 2015
Sat, 25 Jul 2015
108 Lower Dock Street
Sun, 26 Jul 2015
Fri, 31 Jul 2015
Sat, 1 Aug 2015