Audio Sushi Track of the Day : Roots Manuva (Featuring Riddla) – Butterfly Crab Walk [Tonight brixton Audio sushi with @wrongtom Dj & Disastronaut ]

Audio Sushi Track of the Day : Roots Manuva (Featuring Riddla) – Butterfly Crab Walk  [Tonight Audio sushi with @wrongtom Dj]

"South Londoner Roots Manuva has teamed up with producer Wrongtom to release 'Duppy Writer', an album of reworks. It includes tracks from the rapper's four biggest albums, songs from 'Dub Come Save Me' and 'Alternately Deep', as well as a few new collaborations with Roots Manuva and Ricky Ranking."

Download this FREE track from this new album, here:…
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Saturday 10th September, 2010
Long running block Party rock session
with Jeffrey Disastronaut playing
a hyper party mix of reggae, dancehall, 
electro, rock, dubstep, jungle & indie
with Special Guest Wrongtom

The Dogstar,
Coldharbour Lane,
SW9 (020-7733 7515)
free before 10pm, £5 after.


Wrongtom is a record producer and dj from South London, now residing in the not-so-trendy reaches of the east end, he spends his days playing with tape echo and watching B-movies in his makeshift studio hidden away in a converted nunnery.

Spanning over a decade, Tom’s career has covered a colourful patchwork of styles from Dancehall to Indie-Pop with the likes of Rockabilly, Dub, Ghettotech and Free Jazz filling the gaps in between. Starting out as a percussionist playing on records for Bob Jones’ Black On Black label and Kingsize, Tom soon taught himself to produce with some hand-me-down analogue gear and a cracked copy of Cubase, his early productions bridging the gap between new school breaks and old freestyle-electro records.

Somewhere down the line he got tangled in the web of pop music and in no time was touring the land with spiky soul boys Hard-Fi playing seemingly inappropriate records to thousands of indie kids which came to it’s ilogical conclusion on stage at Wembley Arena as 10,000 perplexed punters listened to a selection of B-More, Shut Up & Dance and Italo House classics. Through Hard-Fi, Tom notched up production credits on a UK number 1 LP and paved the way for his reggae/dub collective Stoneleigh Mountain Rockers, with whom he’s worked on projects for Trojan Records, Pama International (featuring 2 Tone luminary Lynval Golding) and now with UK rap legend Roots Manuva.

As a dj Tom’s traveled the world from Shanghai to Southampton playing in a variety of venues including sweaty basements, churches and even a former Yugoslavian army barracks, the bakery of the barracks in fact. Not content with subjecting the world to his record collection in the dance, he’s also tormented the airwaves via experimental station Resonance FM for a few years with his radio partner Mr Trick.

With his latest album with Roots Manuva in the can, you can expect a couple of new projects in the not so distant future, no doubt filling in a few more genre gaps on his CV in the process.


Tonight – Choice Cuts Block Party at the Dogstar + 



Saturdays at the Dogstar Brixton
Saturday September 11th:  Wrongtom Big Dada, Roots Manuva
Saturday September 18th:  Shaka Shaka Music
Saturday September 25th:  Mike Swaine Bass and Breaks, Digidj
Saturday October 02nd: Blonde Ambition  
Saturday Ocotber 09th: Plan B Afterparty  

Audio Sushi is Long running block Party rock session with Jeffrey Disastronaut playing a hyper party mix of reggae, dancehall, electro, rock, dubstep, jungle & indie…

Resident: Disastronaut  Audio Sushi DJs
“5 must-see residents in London” – Time Out
broadcast live on

The Dogstar 389 Coldharbour Lane Brixton SW9 8LQ
At Corner of Atlantic Road
020 7733 7515
free before 10pm, £5 before 11pm, £8 after


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