For open minds only.
Mala and Silkie are two original dubstep players who’ve always kept it moving, repping the depth and weight of the best Deep Medi productions while constantly looking beyond the scene for fresh ideas, as heard on DMZ chief Mala’s full-lengths venturing to Cuba and Peru in search of the perfect beat.
This Thursday, December 1, Mala and Silkie are inviting similarly open minds to Peckham’s Bussey Building for a night of diverse and inclusive music under the banner of Open House, hosted by Smirnoff and THUMP.
The two Deep Medi reps will be joined at CLF Arts Cafe by THUMP DJs, and to bring home the open and inclusive theme, tickets are free – just RSVP to reserve your place. Check Facebook for more details.
Check out this video with Nadia Tehran, the Iranian rapper and singer whose music reflects her own border-crossing search for freedom, and who Smirnoff teamed up with to explore their “all inclusive, Open House” attitude to music.