I Love Dancehall

Friday 18th August 2017

I love Dancehall is back - Let the dancehall heat do some soul healing as Melbourne heads in to the heart of winter. We will be joined by a blazing crew of DJs and and some new vocal talent on the mic. Catch the good vibes that is I Love Dancehall at Brown Alley on Friday 18th August...feat:

SO FIRE - dancehall all eras, big and heavy

REBEL BASS - vinyl foundation through to early 00s..More of a 90s heavy dancehall feel

LARRIE - party time with the Queen of the dancefloor..

AL GOOD - bad man- up to di time dancehall

MEXE - all the latests dancehall and afro beats mixed up in a hip hop style.

On the mic PRECISE RIFF feat NAJAMA old school dancehall swagger meets the new guard

Doors open at 10pm with half price entry till 11

$15 after that

Tun up, bruk out, do yr own damn thing!!

I Love dancehall – for everyone – good times – good people



Vinyl warrior Rebel Bass goes in on those heavy old school dancehall sounds. Usually bringing a tough 90s and early 00s set with a little bit of foundation...Wine to di floor


So Fire started out Djing on soundsystems in the UK and Europe. She has been running I love dancehall for 8 years, and more recently has started True Jamaican Dancehall tours with long time collaborator Mz Kitty Cat, bringing Jamaican dancehall dancers to Australia.



Al Good has been a regular on the Melbourne dancehall scene since 2009. Expect up to the time tunes, riddims and a bagga hype. Al Good is known to mash up a dancefloor any time, any place.



Fresh from Jamaica, Larrie is excited to mix up some dancehall, hip hop cross overs for Y'all. Known for her obsession with Drake, Rhianna and rap music – LARRIE has made a name for herself spinning around Melbourne over the past four years – bringing heat to dancefloors everywhere with her curated mix of r&b, hip-hop and rap – to dancehall and trap and a generous serving of pop party hits.

LARRIE gets amongst the hottest parties of Melbourne and is a Saturday night resident of Laundry Bar and curator of a bi monthly party called 1-800 which is held at Laundry Upstairs.



Up to di time, and all over it - Mexe mixes up the newest sounds from Jamaica and Africa in a dancefloor heating Dancehall and Afrobeats frenze...


Deejay Precise Riff will be joinded by new Diva on the Block Najama...They have been cooking up some new bangers and are ready to unlease their new sounds on to Melbourne.

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