The Evil Uncle

West London Bass Club – Notting Hill Carnival After Party at Ginglik – 28th August 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by bandsxbass on August 23, 2011

Here’s the info for the party I am throwing on 28th August at Ginglik in London. If you’re looking for something to do after the Notting Hill Carnival, you could a lot worse than coming to this!!

West London Bass Club returns to Ginglik for a very special Carnival after party on Bank Holiday Sunday 28th August. Expect banging Reggae, Dub, Drum and Bass, Hip Hop and Dubstep.

High Rankin + KC Blitz + Evil T + The Evil Uncles + We Did Music
£6 before 10pm / £8 after / 7pm-4am

High Rankin – The man behind modern dubstep classics such as Meow Meow ( and Don’t Act Like A Rude Boy When Daddy’s Got A Yacht ( makes his Ginglik debut for a very special Carnival party set. Expect filthy Dubstep beats and basslines with a uniquely humorous twist.

KC Blitz – Fresh from acclaimed remixes for Boxer Rebellion, White Russia and Bring me the Horizon, West London native KC BLITZ will also be playing a party mashup of Beats, Breaks, Dubstep, Electro and Drum and Bass. He may be wearing a Kigu costume if you’re lucky.

Evil T – Another West London native, Evil T will be bringing the noise in the form of Dubstep, Jungle, Remixes, Drum and Bass, and anything big and dirty. He replaces DJ Selva.

The Evil Uncles – WLBC residents bring the Dub, Reggae, Roots, Rocksteady and Ska jams so you better get up on your feet, put your braces together and and your boots on your feet and give it some of that old school moon stomping!

We Did Music – A collection of British Hip Hop MCs and producers.


Posted in Uncategorized by bandsxbass on August 5, 2009

Our friends in Popes of Chillitown have very kindly decided to give away a free copy of their debut EP to The Evil Uncle blog readers! They have finished recording their new opus ‘Imaginary Pressure‘ out in October on Silver Street Records. Out with the old, in with the new!

All you have to do is sign up to their mailing list by emailing with your name, address and ‘Mailing List’ in the subject line and they will send you a lovely shiny new EP! Easy! Click here to have a listen.

Rock Sound gave it 7/10 and check out what Big Cheese mag said about the EP:

big cheese review

Nintendo Vs Sega Party with Popes of Chillitown!

Posted in Uncategorized by bandsxbass on June 16, 2009

nin vs segaSo its official. Popes of Chillitown, The Second Line and friends bring you THE party of the summer with bands 8-11 and free clubnight after till 2am! Here’s the deal:

Nintendo is awesome. Sega is (was?) awesome. If you are reading this, you are also awesome. So let’s bring our awesomeness together and have a massive party in Camden on August 7th 2009!

The theme is Nintendo Vs Sega. Dress up like a character from the consoles from back in the day – Mario, Princess Peach, Luigi, Sonic, Tails, Ecco The Dolphin, Mortal Kombat, NBA Jam, Sttreet Fighter – the list is endless. You could probably get away with characters from other cartoons and computer games but you won’t be as cool as the true Nintendo/Sega crew.

Below are some pics to get your creative juices flowing – if those nerds can do it then so can we! There will probably be some kind of prize for best outfit if we can sort something good for that. You have all summer to think about it so get cracking!

Ska Indie types POPES OF CHILLITOWN will be playing, recently signed to Silver Street Records. Super fun skanking times guaranteed. Check back for more wicked supports to be confirmed very soon!

Indie rockers The Second Line will rock your Mario moustaches off too!
Facebook event here:

Some more gems from the vault

Posted in Uncategorized by bandsxbass on May 4, 2009

I’m just about to go over to a mate’s to have a film session on this rainy Bank Holiday Monday, but here’s some choons to blow those clouds away!

Booker T And the MGs – Green Onions
Natty – Bedroom Eyes (Roots Manuva remix)
Che Sudaka – Sin Papeles
Ra Ra Riot – Ghost Under Rocks (Passion Pit Remix)
Ra Ra Riot – Each Year (RAC Mix)
Led Zeppelin – D’yer Make Her