Sunday, 13 March 2005

March 24th i-D LIVE

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i-D Live @ Cargo. In Celebration of London street music, i-D magazine presents the next installment from i-D Live. DJ Ross Allen and MC Riko will be helping us through the proceedings, mixing up a selection of party classics, grime, bashment, dirty south rap, west coast funk and the rest. From Madonna to Wiley, Run DMC to Vybz Kartel we've got it covered - along with many more surprises on the night.

Back to the celebrations, we'll be cheering, clapping, saluting and dancing to...

Lady Sovereign
Our favourite alternative grime shortie will be taking a break from the studio to perform new single 'Random' and the forthcoming 'Blah Blah.'

Kano, Demon & Ghetto
Fresh from supporting The Streets, 679 Recordings latest hotshot, Kano will be bringing along co-d's Demon and Ghetto to show you exactly how they do.

Roll Deep
They're celebrating signing to Relentless Records and so are we, as the full Roll Deep Entourage including Trim, Breeze, Scratchy and Riko prepare to reveal a range of musical genius during their set.

If there's a first man of hip hop right now it's Klashnekoff. Currently laying down his next album, he's taking the night off, literally, to join us in our celebrations and to perform classic 'Murda' (we hope).

Crazy Titch
Titch will be downing the Crazy pills, supplying you in turn with underground anthems 'I Can C U' and 'Singalong'.

One of the hottest and most slept-on crews working the circuit, Essentials make their Cargo debut at i-D Live. We promise you, with DJ Bossman and MC's Remerdee, K Dot, NE and Jendor it's unlikely you've seen anything like it.

Katie Pearl
One of the first ladies of the R&B/grime fusion that they be calling R&G, Katie Pearl gives us a first hand taste of why she's got the thugs on lock with 'Mr DJ' and 'Leave Me Alone'.

Meridian Crew's JME (who also pars alongside Roll Deep) unleashes his debut 'Serious.' Listen carefully and you'll hear one of grime's future flag-flyers.

Putting the b into bashment, Stush brings her grimey-dancehall fusion into the mix at Cargo, performing the classic 'Dollar Signs.'

Logan Sama & Guests
Rounding off the evening will be Rinse 100.3FM's Logan Sama. For one night only he'll be taking the heat from the streets to Cargo with a grand finale bonanza set to end all sets. Keep the cab waiting.

7pm-1am, £5 adv. £7 on door. Advance tix from and log onto soon to hear the Logan Sama Bonus Mix.

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