Thursday, 27 January 2011

Drumz of the South

Anyone that lives in London needs to head down to the Lava Gallery on the 17th of february as Georgina Cook, the photographer behind Drumz of the South is showcasing her photography. The Drumz of the south blog played a big part in the development of the Dubstep scene, from it’s early days in South London to it’s current position as a global movement. What initially started as a blog later became a monthly club night, which took place at Plan B in Brixton. Georgina Cook's flickr page is one of the only sources which documents the evolution of the dubstep scene. Often when you look at her photos of DMZ events you can see soon to be big names dancing around in the background. The opening night will also play hosts to Martelo and Skipple, so I'd recommend emailing info@lavacollective.com to guarantee entry. Don't worry too much if you miss the opening night as the exhibition will be on all week. More info on the facebook event

Jamie Woon
Plastician at DMZ
Von D
Joe Nice
Loefah
Generation Bass on Radio 1
FWD

Burial's album covers
Mary Anne Hobbs at Generation Bass
Kode9 + Spaceape





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