Art & Culture

Friday at 20:00 – 03 September at 04:00
The Star of Kings

Somehow.. we are in August already. So we have put our heads together and and organised something that makes the prosepct of September a little less depressing. On the 2nd September we invite you to Exhibition #1, the first in a series of nights giving you the best in street fashion and music. Starting off at 8pm, we will be showcasing the freshest, up and coming streetwear labels along with some serious talent behind the decks to keep you moving untill 4am! 

Set List:

HACKMAN (PTN/ Greco roman)

Hackmans sound is characterised by warm analog sub bass and asymmetric percussion layered over a 4×4 base. But theres an abundance of interesting groove and warm bass in the 130ish/funky spectrum: what makes Hackmans sound stand out from the crowd is a great propensity for saccharine sweet melodies that contrast with the dark sub and scattered drums. These melodies seem to echo MJ Coles turn of the millennium 2step productions, with lush touches despite a tuff club exoskeleton.

Hackman – Closer

Hackman’s Fact Mix

GRAPHICS (Shifting Peaks/ Haunted Audio)

Oxford producer Graphics, is more than just your next future garage superstar. Listening to his two new tunes ‘OK Rainbow and Adjectival E have been described by FACT magazine as, ‘being immersed in subtropical heatstroke, fogged so that every element sounds just slightly obscured and mysteriously smokescreened. OK Rainbow cultivates its atmosphere with a crushing bassline that fissures the ground beneath, and takes almost three minutes of unsettling murmuring to coalesce into its stunning breakdown of unstable synths, plummeting basslines and the most soulful chipmunk vocals’

Graphics – OK Rainbow

Graphics’ Gottwood Mix

SYNAMATIX (The Daily Street/ Dead Plate Records)

Synamatix – Get U

Synamatix’s Bass Ache Podcast

London’s Synamatix has been a regular face on the Bass scene for a while now, seamlessly merging between a host of genres including House, Garage, UK Funky, Dubstep and Techno. First starting DJing at 15, he has been mastering the art for over 7 years and has played many of the UK’s most established venues including Fabric, Ministry of Sound, Brixton Mass, SEOne and Motion. Creator of Deadplate records with forthcoming releases from Hackman, Lung, Artifact and Maxx Roach, Alex also helped bring us the outstanding fashion/ streetwear website ‘The Daily Street’!

PELSKI (Youcancallmepelski Blog)

The man behind one of our favourite blogs, Pelski. As well as running his acclaimed blog ‘You Can Call Me Pelski’, he recently teamed up with Berlin based agency and label Jackmode for a series of packed out events in London and Gottwood Festival, featuring the likes of the Martin Brothers, Jesse Rose and Zombie Disco Squad.

SHARK BAIT (WAYF/ Yoghurt Warrior)
OSKY (Farr Fest/ Eastern Electrics)
QUEENIE (Plus One) 
KOYEJO (Disruption inc)

Playing the best in House / Garage / Techno / Bass /





With smashing reviews from Mixmag, Tilllate Magazine and Front Magazine amongst others, Yoghurt Warrior have seen a steady rise in the UK streetwear scene. From designing tees for Festivals such as Secret Garden Party and Gottwood Festival to designing Rusko and Doorly’s USA tour Tee, its fair to say Yoghurt Warrior have been busy. Now approaching the end of 2011 with plans for a new more expansive range, Yoghurt Warrior is finding its way into shops up and down the UK aswel as projects further over seas!

LNUK is an independant record label and streetwear brand based in South London.Pushing bass music from the UK underground and limited edition clothing. Their inaugural release – ‘LNUK Sampler EP Vol.1 is scheduled to drop this August with tracks from Hackman, Numan, Tessela, PAsteman & Mak and more.
As worn by Hackman, Alix Perez, Visionist (502) and more.


B.E.G designs is an independent skate/street wear label that produces tees that divulge and comment on contemporary culture whilst keeping a clean cut approach to image and design. B.E.G designs prides itself on its originality but also values the history and culture of skate and street wear. Providing you with an eye for fresh designs as well as acknowledging the massive history of it all.

The venue is located at ‘The Star Of Kings’ in Kings Cross which is a wicked venue ideal for the occasion. A great pub, that is also equipped with a basement club as well as a function one sound system! Drinks are cheap and as we are opening early for the street wear showcase there will still be delicious food on offer!

Entry is only 8 all night, you can book early tho to avoid disappointment here:
tickets on RA & Ticketweb: 

Look forward to seeing you there!