FRI, 13th SEPT 2019

7.30pm - 1.00am

£5.00 adv + bf


Fred Perry Subculture presents:

Our Friday All Our Tomorrows line up brings together some of the most innovative artists on the urban new music scene.

Headliner Hak Baker, is a proud East-London musician with roots in grime challenging preconceptions with his self styled G-Folk. Providing ultra-honest, relatable and raw tales of modern British life.

“…part radical punk-poet, part party starter, Baker has been winning fans left, right and centre (but largely on the left).” – Clash

Fast rising Manchester trio, Badgirl$ push the genre boundaries with their lo-fi mix of grunge, alternative hip-hop, pop.

“A murky, brooding sort of pop-adjacent experimental vortex that is both downtempo and wholly arresting.” – High Snobiety

Raised on a diet of punk, surf and britpop Master Peace is a South West London based musician striving (and succeeding) to be different with his unique blend of alternative rap.

“His energy is boundless, his charisma is irresistible and his talent immediately apparent.” – Trench

Nayana IZ – is an emerging rapper, singer and multi-instrumentalist from London, with a huge future ahead. Part of the NiNE8 Collective where she channels her formative years as a jazz singer with experimental takes on HipHop, RnB, Soul and Trap.

“While their music pops with raw, stoic flows above minimal, woozy beats but an ethos of positivity runs tight through London’s NiNE8 Collective as they strive to create an open platform of collaboration and opportunity.” – The Line Of Best Fit

The night will be rounded off by an inimitable DJ set by Rinse FM’s and M.I.A collaborator, EMERALD.

Is a three day celebration of innovation in music and the arts. Taking place at the legendary 100 Club on Thu 12th / Fri 13th & Sat 14th September.

Squid – Thu 12th
Hak Baker – Fri 13th
Black Country, New Road – Sat 14th (9 innovative acts from 4pm)

Limited tickets for each show @ £5

Full line up details here:

Very limited competition places