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DJ Yoda

DJ Yoda

Before his Soundcrash Halloween audiovisual party at Village Underground with DJ Cheeba and DJ Woody, Stacey managed to catch a few words with DJ Yoda. Making a name for himself with his Jewbonics mix and later his How To Cut And Paste and Unthugged mix tapes, DJ Yoda has spent the last few years perfecting his style as an AV turntablist creating mash-ups on the fly to sell out audiences across the globe. Read on to find out more.

Beardyman Plus Special Guests 22/09/2012 - KOKO, London

Beardyman Plus Special Guests 22/09/2012 – KOKO, London

Beatboxing genius Beardyman headlines Soundcrash at KOKO! The 2x times UK Beatboxing Champion's live shows see the bearded one create music live in front of the audience with the help of his mouth and a enviable collection of gadgetry that would make any music geek drool. Expect plenty of audience participation, quality tunes, and if we're lucky we may even get to play drum'n'bass musical statues. Hobnobs will be confiscated upon entry.

Anti-Pop Consortium Live At The Scala

Anti-Pop Consortium Live At The Scala

Anti-Pop Consortium have come along way since meeting at a poetry slam in the late nineties; selling singles on cassette, working to challenge the evil empire hip hop was becoming under the guiding principle “Disturb the Equilibrium”, and Soundcrash is very proud to announce a rare performance from Hip Hop’s elusive Dark Knights this Autumn.

Atmosphere and Brother Ali Live At Koko 18th June

Atmosphere and Brother Ali Live At Koko 18th June

Eleven years after becoming the first hip-hop act to put the Twin Cities on the map, Atmosphere has grown into one of the most accomplished MC / producer duos around. Since releasing their 1997 debut, Overcast!, Ant's ASR-born melodic beats and Slug's open book and observational style of rapping continues to evolve into hip-hop that's more honest and textured. And the praise for these Rhymesayers pioneers hasn't stopped flowing in.

Birdy Nam Nam Live At Koko 12th July

Birdy Nam Nam Live At Koko 12th July

Birdy Nam Nam are ready to hit up London just a scant two days before Bastille day. Now, those of you who've visited Paris might think it odd there's a whole day dedicated to overpriced croques monsiuers and one of the most perilous roundabouts in the western world, but y'all need to learn yourselves.