In Situ celebrate their 4th birthday with their biggest and most ambitious installation yet.
Capacity will be limited, with tickets at £5 on the door, so be sure to get down early to avoid disappointment.
JD. Reid // https://soundcloud.com/jdreidmusic
North London's very own JD. Reid is a producer redefining expectations, blending together a lucid mix of Hip Hop, the LA Beats scene, R&B, Trap, Dancehall, Grime, Jazz and more within his music. On a level he played the best set of 2018 that we humble souls witnessed, so we had to get him down for this.
ENTEK // https://soundcloud.com/ntek
The French maestro himself Entek is a DJ, musician, performer and member of seminal groove collective Selectors Assemble. His selections feature rhythms and hybrids of musical styles such as Brokenbeat, House, Hip Hop, Soul, Uk Garage, Jazz-fusion and more. Expect bounce.
DJoe // https://www.mixcloud.com/joseph-jackson/
In Situ's official resident DJ, our boy's been riding with us since day 1 and knows how to shell down a party more than anyone.
Nepa Tiz // https://soundcloud.com/nepatiz
One of our og collaborators from the Écoutez music collective, NT knows Grow like the back of his hand and is sure to bring the vibes and the waves and the drips.
Kerian & Ray Von will set the early grooves, packing as eclectic a punch as you'd hope for while the sun's still shining.
In Situ are a design studio championing youth culture with a commitment to engaging with and supporting young people. Focusing on the intersection between the physical and digital realms, In Situ creates interactive installations for music and cultural events, and yeahhh we been doing it for 4 years now, mad eh.
Grow, Hackney is an independently run space and an experiment in ethical business, which includes working with local artists and musicians on collaborative projects to host free events where everyone is welcome. We pay London Living Wage and partner with community projects to share and nurture local talent. Grow has no investment and is built by local Hackney Wickers and relies on the sharing economy of the area. Profits go back into the community.