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[London] The Doctors Orders presents Blu & Exile @ Scala – Friday 18th April 2014



[London] The Doctors Orders presents Blu & Exile @ Scala – Friday 18th April 2014

Venue: Scala, 275 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross, London N1 9NL
Date: Friday 18th April 2014
Doors: 7pm – 10pm (then The Doctors Order with Jazzy Jeff commences)
Ticket Price: Super Early Bird: SOLD OUT // Advance: £15
£25.00 (includes ticket to #TDO300 with Jazzy Jeff)
Buy Tickets: http://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/13135/chk/8bad
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/620289448038239/

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The Doctor’s Orders present:

Blu & Exile
Dag Savage
Quelle Chris
Denmark Vassey
Plus support from Sam Zircon

And if all this were not enough how about hanging around for #TDO300 with DJ Jazzy Jeff?

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[London] The Doctors Orders – DJ Jazzy Jeff feat Skillz & DJ Babu feat Rakaa Iriscience – Friday 18th April @ Scala

[London] The Doctors Orders – DJ Jazzy Jeff feat Skillz & DJ Babu feat Rakaa Iriscience – Friday 18th April @ Scala

Venue: Scala, 275 Pentonville Road, N1 9NL
Date: Friday 18th April 2014
Doors: 10pm – 4am
Ticket Price: Super Early Bird: SOLD OUT // Early Bird: £12.50 // Advance: £17.50 // More On Door
VIP: £25.00 (queue jump & access to VIP bar & balcony)
Buy Tickets: http://www.tickettailor.com/checkout/view-event/id/12991/chk/5159
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/629412393779080/

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Room 1:
DJ Jazzy Jeff (Philly / Usa) Feat Skillz
DJ Babu (Beat Junkies / Dilated Peoples) Feat Rakaa Iriscience (Dilated Peoples)
Mr Thing (The Doctor’s Orders)
Spin Doctor
& Mc Prankster

Room 2: Reach Up
DJ Andy Smith (Portishead)
Nick Halkes (Xl Recordings)
Crissy Kybosh

Advance tickets & details…
http://www.thedoctorsorders.com

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[London] THE DOCTOR’S ORDERS 250: DJ JAZZY JEFF / THE NEXTMEN / RICH MEDINA & more – Saturday 13th April @ Scala

[London] THE DOCTOR’S ORDERS 250: DJ JAZZY JEFF / THE NEXTMEN / RICH MEDINA & more – Saturday 13th April @ Scala

THE DOCTOR’S ORDERS : 250
Celebrating our 250th Party in style

Doors: 10pm – 5am
Saturday 13th April 2013
@ Scala, 275 Pentonville Road, Kings Cross, London N1 9NL

Early Bird: £12.50 (SOLD OUT)
Advance: £17.50
VIP: £25.00 (queue jump & access to VIP bar & balcony)

Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/126493157527194/

DJ Jazzy Jeff (Philadelphia USA)
Ft Skillz
The Nextmen (4 Deck Set)
Rich Medina (Philadelphia USA)
Mr Thing
Spin Doctor
Chris P Cuts
Mo Fingaz
Chris Read & Nickname (B2B)
& MC Prankster

100 x Early Bird: £12.50
Advance: £17.50
VIP: £25.00 (queue jump & access to VIP bar & balcony)

Advance tickets & details…
Buy Tickets – Click Here

To mark The Doctor’s Orders 250th event we are pulling out all the stops with our biggest line up to date. Averaging thirty-one different parties or concerts a year (not including our weekly events) since launching in 2005, it’s little wonder we’ve been described as “Iconic” (The Metro) and as “The kings of the capital’s Hip-Hop scene” (Time Out). We’re sure this incredible event will solidify our reputation for throwing the best parties in town for another year.

Topping the bill we have Philadelphia’s finest, ‘The Magnificent’ DJ Jazzy Jeff. Widely regarded as the greatest DJ on the planet, he is by far the most popular DJ among our Hip-Hop loving regulars that make The Doctor’s Orders their musical mecca.

Having come to prominence in the 1980’s as the DJ and TV sidekick to Will Smith’s ‘Fresh Prince’, he’s continued to raise the bar for Hip-Hop both through his phenomenal DJ sets and production for the likes of De La Soul, The Roots, Slum Village and Eminem to name a few. A Jazzy Jeff set is that rare balance of technical flair, ingenuity and straight party rocking which stands him apart from the crowd. Having started spinning at the tender age of 10 he now has a DMC Championship and several Grammy nominations to his name but his genuine love of music keeps his feet firmly on the ground.

Also renowned for both their production skills and incredible ability to move a crowd is the UK’s finest tag team, The Nextmen. Brad Baloo & Dom Search have been setting clubs and festival stages alight since their debut in 2000. Rocking a 4 deck blend of anything and everything from Hip-Hop, Disco and House through to Dubstep and Jungle, The Nextmen’s exclusive London residency for The Doctor’s Orders has fast become a thing of legend and tonight they’ll be treating a packed Scala to another furious display of Turntable magic.

Another Philly native and good friend of The Doctor’s Orders is the multi-talented Rich Medina. As comfortable producing R&B for the likes of Gill Scott as he is recording his own House tracks & spoken word verses, it’s behind the decks Rich really comes to life, as shown by his phenomenal performances on ‘Master of the Mix’; 2010’s all star television DJ competition. His diverse musical tastes are always on show in his DJ sets that are as likely to touch on Afro-Beat as they are classic Hip-Hop or Soul.

The roots of any party are it’s residents. With The Doctor’ Orders residents we go deep and have been able to grow over the years. Ask any Hip-Hop DJ in the UK who their favourite DJs are and invariably you will get the reply Jazzy Jeff & Mr Thing so we are blessed to have both on stage tonight. Spin Doctor celebrates this landmark occasion with yet another trademark set of all out bangers while our remaining two residents; Chris P Cuts & Mo Fingaz are joined by our regular host with the most MC Pranksta as they dig through floor fillers old and new to keep the whole venue bumping all night. Also joining us are Classic Material duo Chris Read, of BBE Records & Nickname who will be warming up the second room with a set of back to back party platters.

BROUGHT TO YOU IN ASSOCIATION WITH SERATO AND BONAFIDE MAGAZINE
http://www.serato.cm
http://www.bonafidezine.com

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