James Priestley will also play at the forthcoming party in Brixton.
Having launched with a hybrid bass soundtrack via Rinse's Braiden and rising force James Fox, the second Full Tilt event moved into dubbier techno territories with guests Youandewan and KLIC, head of Brighton's Hit and Hope collective. For the next installment, Fred P, AKA Black Jazz Consortium has been invited to play a three-hour set, taking the party off on another tangent towards deeper house and techno realms. Whilst Fred P has primarily used his own Soul People Music as a release platform, his records have found homes on a range of labels, such as Laid and DJ Jus Ed's Underground Quality.
He'll be joined by Secretsundaze man James Priestley. Support on the night comes from local DJs Lee Hume and Samuel Bellisimo.