One of our most epic events to date!
Celebrating black music & culture as part of the Black History Month, BPM were granted the privilege to curate the Contact Theatre’s ‘BlackSound Series’ lineup. This was an incredible opportunity to showcase what we love about Black Musical culture, in an innovative way, whilst also reflecting what we represent as a Grime/Bass collective.
We had garage legend Elisabeth Troy up at Contact Theatre, alongside the Grime don FlowDan (Roll Deep), with Manchester’s Golden Boy Chunky, and Fox all performing alongside the Kaleidoscope Orchestra.
Sibikwa offered a taste of real homegrown talent, highlighting their ‘African Indigenous’ instruments and performing an array of eye-opening pieces.
SBTV also came down to film FlowDan’s performance, and our footage, documenting the whole project, will be online soon!
Props to everyone that came down to support, it was a sell-out event! More projects like this, to come in the new year!
The big dawg Marcus Nasty is after one of our highly coveted BPM Jumpers!
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For 3 years now the BPM Collective has pushed some of the most ground-breaking, forward thinking sounds evolving from the Post-garage scene. Through the various club-nights and the BPM Showcase on Unity Radio, we’ve always devoted ourselves to championing and supporting upcoming sounds.
Born from a passion in discovering and supporting new talent, this label will strive to represent and showcase exactly what is happening in this indefinable UK scene.