I’m Not from Brooklyn presents…
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Friday 18th October at Albert’s Nottingham

£8 adv tickets:

UK hip hop legends Dr Syntax & Pete Cannon are back with a new album, ‘Wallop’.

After a decade of touring together, the duo’s renowned live show is a riotous mash-up of styles and genres, and ‘Wallop’ reflects this eclectic approach to a T.

Fresh from providing certified bangers for the likes of Ocean Wisdom, Dirty Dike and Inja, Pete Cannon continues the trend here with touches of jungle, breakbeat and grime, as well as his trademark hip hop sound. On vocal duties, Syntax shows his versatility and well-honed skills, supplying the perfect compliment to Pete’s heavyweight production.

The impressive roster of guest vocalists includes Fox, Sparkz, Jman, Illaman, K.O.G, Franz Von Zongo and Joe Burn.

‘Wallop’ is the duo’s sixth collaborative release since 2014’s ‘Killer Combo’ album.

Previous collaborators include UK hip hop luminaries Dirty Dike and Lunar C, and US indie rap legend Del The Funky Homosapien. Dr Syntax first appeared as a regular collaborator and guest with the legendary Foreign Beggars crew, featuring on their first three albums and performing with them at countless live shows worldwide.

Until 2017 he fronted Manchester hip hop band The Mouse Outfit, appearing on all their albums to date and rocking hundreds of crowds in venues and festivals all over Europe. The group’s debut, ‘Escape Music’, featuring seven collaborations with Syntax (including the title track), won the Wordplay Magazine ‘Album Of The Year’ and made ABC News’ ‘Albums Of The Year’ list.

Pete Cannon is a one-man production powerhouse, having worked with US rappers such as Action Bronson and Guilty Simpson, as well as a who’s who of UK hip hop talent, notably most of the ever-growing High Focus roster.

He produced ‘Lost Generation’, a UK top 5 hit for Rizzle Kicks, and Ocean Wisdom’s single ‘Don’, from his Top 40-charting album ‘Wizville’. The track was used internationally on the advert for EA Sports’ ‘FIFA 19’ game.

In March 2018, his solo single ‘Bang Bang’ was used on an advert for Apple’s iPhone X, bringing his music to an international audience of millions.

He has recently made forays into jungle and drum and bass with production on Inja’s album ‘Blank Pages’, and a track on the ‘Sick Music 2019’ compilation on Hospital Records. He has released two EPs on legendary old skool label Kniteforce Records, and has launched his own jungle imprint, N4 Records, currently two releases deep with plenty more planned.

‘Wallop’ is scheduled for release in September 2019 on vinyl and digital formats, with several music videos in the works.

✪ Dr Syntax
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✪ Pete Cannon
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✪ Compered by the Nottingham legend that is Motormouf!!
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Motormouf is a Hip-hop hippy who travels the galaxy armed with a loop pedal, a microphone, quick fire lyrics and beatbox vocals as his weapon of choice!


Motormouf -Breaking news with ROFL


Motormouf at SOFA SOUNDS

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Different Life Collective aka DLC are Music / Arts collective born April of 2018 and started up by Jonjo with the idea to piece a community together for creative close friends who all shared the passion of music /photography /skate culture to showcase our work into one outlet.

Consisting of 3 Producers Jonjo, Banks, Rick Lazy and artists Just J, EarthKid, Queezy B and Motormouf. Different Life Collective be dropping them hardest Hip Hop/ RnB/ Trap Infused Hits, with live drums by DRK ROOM and DJ Lewis James Fleming

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