Fruit Palace at The Magic Garden | Feat. Dizraeli & DownLow / Hot Border Special / Louis Masai (Live Art) + Sounddhism DJs

 23 May
 The Magic Garden
 231 Battersea Park Road - SW11 4LG - London - United Kingdom
 Fruit Palace
Slap bang in the middle of Spring, after a packed out February show, we’re back at one of London’s best kept secrets with a killer night of audible and visual treats.. Fruit Palace presents: │LIVE │ ►Dizraeli & DownLow◄ Bringing verbal majestics, brain-popping turntablism and live MPC action from the rapper and DJ of the mighty Small Gods…Constructing a live Hip Hop show unlike anything you’ve seen before. Sharing stages in the UK, France and Germany with legends like The Pharcyde, Mos Def, DJ Yoda, Foreign Beggars, Beardyman and DJ Format. ►Hot Border Special◄ With Influences ranging from afrobeat to rock, highlife to funk, and a dash of samba Hot Border Special combine raw, rootsy and percussion heavy rhythms underpin lush interwoven guitar melodies - and it’s seriously rich, so rich in fact that you don't even notice the absence of a vocalist! Hot Border Special features musicians from The Noisettes, Quantic, Heliocentrics, JetTricks among others. Their blisteringly energetic and danceable live performances are an exhilarating experience. "These guys are scorching! Both live and recorded HBS deliver tropical treats like no other act around. Proper deepness!” - Dom Servini (Wah Wah 45s) "Joyful, deep afro funk and high life vibes from a band clearly enjoying every second of making this music" - Mr. Bird (BBE Records) │ART │ ►Louis Masai◄ Exquisite studio and mural painter whose subject matter focuses on animals but always strives to find a human reference to juxtapose an element that might not be previously obvious. │DJs │ ►Sounddhism DJs◄ Mr Sounddhism and Omah, purveyors of international soul, hip hop and jazzy dance floor fillers bring the party vibes. Residents of one of the UK's most eclectic club nights - Sounddhism - described by Ruby Wood [of Submotion Orchestra] as "one of the best places to watch homegrown UK talent”. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ♦ Entry: Free before 8pm, £7 from 8pm 'til 2am ♦ Venue Details: The Magic Garden 231 Battersea Park Road, London, SW11 4LG A stone’s throw from Battersea Park, The Magic Garden has built a reputation for being a beacon of musical and artistic revelry with one of the best gardens in town. It's also known for serving hearty pub fare, delicious wines and unique cocktails. One love, FP Video:

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