Little Thoughts, U-4-IC, Wingnut, Ade Laugee
Tribe is a new event concept holding its inaugural night at the Inspiral Lounge, Camden Town on Saturday April 2nd.
It fuses ultra-cool, post-modern beats with conscience, inviting a leading environmental or animal charity along to raise awareness and funds for its cause.
With expert crew and artists hand-picked from the alternative London club scene and sharing experience from many top London events, the first Tribe will be providing a soundtrack which is every bit as organic as Inspiral’s cuisine, with world-inspired global earfood blended with cutting-edge, sub-quivering, deliciously fat basscakes.
And we’ll be raising money as we go for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. Famous as the organisation starring in the BBC’s ‘Elephant Diaries’, Tribe will be giving you the opportunity to learn more about DSWT’s work in Kenya with orphaned elephant and rhino calves, habitat conservation and local education initiatives. You don’t have to donate and there’ll be no hassling, but you will have the opportunity to give some money if you want, or even adopt an elephant orphan on the night and sponsor its future care and rehabilitation.
And the best bit? It's completely free to get in. Just turn up, get yourself around the outside of an organic cider or three, and enjoy...
Artists (in chronological order):
8 – 9pm - Little Thoughts (Acidic Records)
A unique performance of original downtempo and electronic dub tracks from this talented Brighton-based producer.
9 – 10.30pm - U-4-IC
A rare public appearance from one of London’s leading world dance music DJs.
10.30pm – 12 - Wingnut (Acidic Records)
Ice-cold techy tribal beats, warm wonky basslines and intergalactic genre fusion.
12 – Close - Ade Laugee (Acidic Records)
The Inspiral Lounge regular changes up a gear to conclude the night with dubwise breaks, uplifting drum n’ bass and a healthy dose of summat nice…
Tribe is held with the valuable cooperation of the Inspiral Lounge and is affiliated with Acidic Records, part of the Virus Project.