Recently reopened post-pandemic Printworks has gone through a plethora of changes, including new multi-dynamic screens, a fresher, bigger, much improved Room Two, & some new additions to the already mesmerising light show. We’ve been looking forward to getting back in there for a while, and now’s our chance.
Now Printworks can’t really be categorised as specialising in any particular sort of night, as it caters to the musical needs of every damn raver in this country… However they do specialise in catering to the crowd of that particular night, and this Friday is quite the particular night for the average avid reader of In-Reach.
Beat Horizon is making its long-awaited return to Printworks this Friday, and for those of you who don’t know what kind of night it is, I think it can only really be described as a bit of a mash up of some of the best of UK underground music, but if I was forced to pick I would say primarily Bass, Hip-Hop & a little teeny bit of Jungle.
Bass legends David Rodigan and Congo Natty share the bill with hip hop heavyweights Slum Village and Lowkey, alongside other vital figures of the UK bass scene including my personl favourite Coki (Digital Mystikz), plus Dilinja, and many more.
Whilst it can be said that David Rodigan might take away two or three minutes of your night to talk about how we need to promote the Jamaican music scene in the UK & to give him some signal if we’re true ravers, in my humble opinion it’s a small price to pay to have Coki & Dilinja rattle your spine. Disclaimer: we will not be financially viable for your time lost at work next week trying to work out Lowkey’s labyrinth of metaphors, only to come to the conclusion that you should be existing on a higher plane & essentially quitting your job to pursue real truth.
So if you’re up for it, expect an epic mash-up of beats and bass with Beat Horizon promising another memorable collision of underground culture.
Enjoy yourselves, tickets here.