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RP Boo And Mark Fell At Tropical Waste
Christian Eede , October 26th, 2015 13:33

RP Boo and Mark Fell latest guests for bi-monthly Tropical Waste

Following a rowdy night in August that took in sets from Janus' Kablam, Staycore's Dinamarca and Endless' Kamixlo, Tropical Waste returns to the Waiting Room in Stoke Newington this week for another night of heavy-hitters, and this time the night is playing host to two veterans of their craft.

Chicago's RP Boo is widely credited as one of the key innovators of the footwork sound and is following on from the release of his recent album, via Planet Mu, entitled Fingers, Bank Pads & Shoe Prints, with this London appearance. Mark Fell, hailing from Yorkshire, has been experimenting with electronic music for almost two decades, with recent collaborative releases featuring on PAN and DJ Sprinkles' Comatonse Recordings. They will both be laying it down in what is considerably intimate surroundings to catch the both of them playing. Tropical Waste residents, Iydes and Seb, complete the line-up taking on warm-up duties. It all takes place this Thursday (October 29) and you can get final tickets here - advance purchase is recommended.

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