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Yes people!
After killer sets from Dexplicit, Roska, Ben UFO and DJ Smutlee in June, U Dun Know are back again with another serious line up!

L-Vis 1990
(Mad Decent / Night Slugs)
Grievous Angel (Devotional Dubz / Woofah)
Reecha (Dirty Canvas / No Hats No Hoods)
Unknown Soulja (Sub FM)
Mosca (Sounds of Sumo / BrukMagazine)

August 8th
10 til late
Visions Video Bar
588 Kingsland Road
E8 4AH

There's no doubting that 2009 has been L-Vis 1990's year with the release of United Groove on Diplo's Mad Decent label sending the whole scene into a frenzy. His remixes for artists like Crystal Fighters, La Roux and Crazy Cousinz have also helped to solidify his reputation as a diverse and forward thinking producer. L-Vis is taking some time out of a busy summer on the festival circuit to bless us with his presence so make sure to catch him at the intimate Visions before its too late!

The advent of UK Funky and its merging with the sounds of grime and bashment has proved fertile ground for Sheffield's Grievous Angel. His refix of Riko's version on Ice Rink and new releases Loser and Move Down Low have been met with universal acclaim and with a forthcoming release on Blackdown's Keysound recordings you can expect to see a lot more of Grievous this year. Make sure to check his awesome mix for Crazylegs to get yourself in the mood.

Reecha is the man behind Dirty Canvas, Londons only remaining grime night. After recent events at Cargo and Fabric the night is going from strength to strength and Reecha's flawless mix and blends of grime, dubstep, funky and all that falls in between are key to this success. Expect untold exclusives and pure party vibez!

U Dun Know residents Unknown Soulja & Mosca will fill the gaps with an upful mashup of dancehall, deep house, niche and baltimore. Check their Sub FM show on Sundays (archived in the mixes forum) to find out what to expect and hold tight for exciting news on releases from Mosca!

10 til late
£5 before 11pm, £6 after

PS sorry to spam on a first post but hopefully this will be something lots of people on the forum will be interested in.
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