Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat & Big Tone live

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Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat & Big Tone live

Postby spindoctor » Fri Jun 05, 2009 1:59 pm

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The Doctor’s Orders
4th Birthday Spectacular
In association with King Apparel

9pm-3am Friday 3rd July 2009
@ Herbal 10-14 Kingsland Rd, London E1

With
Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat & Big Tone live
DJ Vadim,
Spin Doctor,
Paul White &
DJ Khalaas

£7 in advance or £10 on the door
Advance tickets available from ticketweb.co.uk / 0844-477-1000
http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user/?region ... ent=325897


Over the last 4 years The Doctor’s Orders has established itself as the premier Hip-Hop party in London. Hosting a who’s who of the Hip-Hop world it is always a massively popular night and tonight will be no exception as we mark the 4th Birthday with our best line up to date.

Boasting a hatrick of Detroit MC’s performing live, a resident that never disappoints, the return of an old favorite, a new creative beat maker and a London party scene specialist the line up match the occasion and there are sure to be an army of The Doctor’s Orders regulars filling up the dance-floor as they do month on month.


Guilty Simpson, Phat Kat and Big Tone all have plenty in common. All hail fro Detroit, they have all worked with the production genius that was
J-Dilla and they are all already massively popular with The Doctor’s Orders crowd.

Guilty Simpson is one of the most creative MCs of his generation with lyrics that range from the street inspired tales to side-splitting humor. Way more prolific than his one full length LP, “Ode to the Ghetto” on Stones Throw, would suggest he is a rock of the Detroit Hip-Hop scene that has collaborated with everyone from Eminem (who he still refers to as Marshal), D12, Slum Village, Black Milk and of course J-Dilla, the man that first committed him to wax and introduced him to Stones Throw. A massive presence on stage both physically and musically this is not to be missed.

Joining him on stage are two good friends and popular lyricists Phat Kat and Big Tone. Each have distinctive styles that embody the influences of Motor City from Motown to the leftfield beats that are the trade mark of both the Detroit Hip-Hop and House scenes. Phat Kat first came to prominence when signed to DJ Premier’s Pay Day label as First Down alongside J-Dilla, the man that produced the majority of his best-loved work. Big Tone is not only a MC but also a producer who has released two albums on label ABB and Tres both of which carry considerable weight among the underground scene. With lyrics that paint crystal clear pictures of his local and universal environments and beats that boast crisp drums and perfectly chopped soul breaks things are only going get bigger for Big Tone.

DJ Vadim returns to The Doctor’s Orders again to help us celebrate this special anniversary. Always a favorite of the regulars he enjoys playing in room 2 and the freedom that allows him to dig deeper in the crates and treat people to an audio experience that could take in anything and everything from Soul to Reggae and Disco to Dubstep.

The Man with the plan as ever is Spin Doctor. As resident and promoter of the night it’s success over the last 4 years is something he will be celebrating and celebrating in style. Always guaranteed to rock the crowd right to their socks he is playing a double set tonight and will be blessing them with his own birthday presents of classic Hip-Hop and Soul both new and old.

Paul White is one of the new breed of beat makers for whom there are very few boundaries. His debut album “The Strange Dreams of Paul White” is set to become a classic with its soundscape encompassing everything from soundtracks to prog-rock with a big dose of leftfield Hip-Hop. This early chance to hear a guaranteed star in the making will provide a glimpse into the music influences that feed his dreams.

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