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Soundcrash’ first mini-festival at the Royal Albert Hall w/ Roots Manuva, Hidden Orchestra and others

heDD Team August 25, 2016 Music Comments Off on Soundcrash’ first mini-festival at the Royal Albert Hall w/ Roots Manuva, Hidden Orchestra and others

Soundcrash presents:


at the Royal Albert Hall


Soundcrash presents its first mini-festival at the Royal Albert Hall, bringing you a historic evening of game-changing sights and sounds in the world’s greatest venue.

2016 represented a true return to form for a name in music that needs little introduction – Roots Manuva. He heads up the bill at the Royal Albert Hall with a rare and special performance in addition to unmissable sets from the spectacular Hidden Orchestra and spine-tingling Andreya Triana, with one of the freshest DJ talents in Henry Wu filling in the gaps. This almighty line-up brings a variety of exceptional and genre defying sounds and styles to London’s greatest space.

Rodney Smith AKA Roots Manuva is coming to the end of his biggest year to date, after bringing out the LP that everyone has waited for featuring some of his most groundbreaking tunes. Described as one of the most influential men in British music history, his performances are always special. The whole night will be a celebration of music.

With a decade of some of the most game changing shows London has seen, Soundcrash embarks on it’s second decade with the purpose of creating the most interesting, innovative and exciting show in London. Led by Rob Waller and his band of creatives, there is no prejudice between beats, bass, jazz, funk, disco, world, as long as it has soul.

It’s exciting times ahead with their huge calendar of London shows, brand new east London venue Echoes, and their boutique festivals (The Soundcrash Funk & Soul Weekender, Paradise Island, and Soundwave Croatia), the next few years look set to be stellar for the London promoters.

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