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1st November 2017

Playaz New Year’s Eve 2017 ‘Winter Carnival’ announce Roots Manuva

Plus Holy Goof, Subzero and MCs Eksman, IC3, and AD added

Playaz has announced that Roots Manuva has been added to the festival-sized line up for Playaz’ New Year’s Eve 2017 ‘Winter Carnival’. Roots Manuva will bring an exclusive performance of his ‘Dub Come Save Me’ album to London’s biggest New Year’s Eve Show. Playaz has also just added bassjacking, rising star Holy Goof to the main room line up, plus  Subzero and MCs Eksman, IC3, and AD will also now be performing.

Playaz returns to the capital after hosting an incredible stage at London’s SW4 festival to present Playaz’ New Year’s Eve 2017 ‘Winter Carnival’ at the iconic 02 Academy Brixton, the drum & bass label’s biggest ever event.
Original UK hip hop artist Roots Manuva will perform the special dub remix version of his UK gold-selling album ‘Run Come Save Me’. The seminal rapper, who grew up in the shadow of the Brixton venue, will perform his bass-heavy ‘Dub Come Save Me’ album project, which has only been performed at festivals before.

Roots Manuva
Roots Manuva

Coventry-based bass DJ/producer Holy Goof has made major inroads into the bass house scene with elements of grime and dubstep woven into the fabric of his streetwise mix. They will join a role call of legendary bass artists including Hype & Hazard performing a special back to back set, My Nu Leng, Bad Company UK, Heartless Crew, Crissy Criss b2b Mampi Swift (7-deck set), Benny Page b2b Potential Bad Boy featuring General Levy, DJ Die b2b Randall, Danny Byrd b2b Mollie Collins (Full Spectrum set), and Taxman b2b Tyke b2b Annix. Very special guest will be Clipz. Rum ‘N’ Riddim will host Room 2.

In the world of drum & bass there are few labels that match the events record set by Playaz. The imprint has notched up over 150 shows since their first party at legendary London venue The End, before relocating to world-renowned Fabric and running sold out shows at the majestic Electric Brixton. This summer, Playaz’ stage at the landmark 2017 edition of SW4 became one of the festival’s highlights, leading SW4 promoters Lock N Load to choose Playaz to host London’s biggest NYE 2017 event.

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