Morning People are back for 2019, and to celebrate we’re proud to present none other than bass legend FreQ Nasty, all the way from Los Angeles.
With origins forged in four separate nations - born in Fiji, raised in New Zealand, moved to the UK, and now residing in Los Angeles, FreQ Nasty has been a staple name in progressive electronic music since the late 90’s.
From his former home in London he helped drive one of the biggest musical shifts of modern times as the electronic music scene exploded onto the world stage, much of it coming from the grimy underbelly of London’s poor but music obsessed inner city suburbs.
An innovator in the UK’s ‘Nu-Skool Breaks’ Movement in the late 90’s / early 2000’s and an early importer of Dubstep to the US in 2006, his productions range from peaktime bass heavy cuts, to deep and melodic dubwise vibes.
After his early successes leading to a print magazine cover story in UK Electronic Music bible ‘DJ Magazine’, he produced and/or collaborated with the likes of Santigold & Switch, Roots Manuva, Bassnectar, and Professor Green, Rodney P and Reggae legend Junior Delgado. He’s also clocked up official remixes and production credits for artists including hip hop legend KRS1, Kelis, and Fatboy Slim.
Don’t miss Morning People’s return for 2019 featuring Los Angeles’ FreQ Nasty.
Complimentary handcrafted Lokal kombucha, Altezano Brothers Coffee, Greenleaf Organics treats for the first 20 people through the door, vegan donuts, free fruit, big bass and ridiculous fun, all for $20 ($15 student).
Alcohol and drug free, dress to sweat.
Morning People feat. FreQ Nasty
Wednesday 13th February
6:30am – 8:00am
183 K’Rd (entrance off St Kevin’s Arcade)
$20 cash on the door ($15 students / community services card holders)