Posted July 6, 2016
SC&P bring you a showcase from one of the most unique and diverse record labels in electronic music.
Bringing in live acts and DJ’s over a 5 hour night this is a showcase not to be missed.
Posted June 20, 2016
Just one man, his drums and a sampler, NAH is garage rock infused hip-hop project you never knew you needed.
Since 2011, Philadelphia native Michael Kuhn has masterminded the project. Known for using cassettes as his only physical copies, the wooing hip-hop samples, dirty basslines and slamming lo-fi drums of new cut Noonewanna are only available on his January cassette.
He thrashes live shows so hard, fans are almost always left crawling over his kit. So spectacular you have to see it for yourself, do not miss this date in June.
Presented by KANADA.
Posted May 23, 2016
TW013: A special link-up with GREY to present a live performance from GAIKA. It’s the final stop of his SECURITY world tour and friends from Manchester, London and New York join us down in the basement to make sure it goes off in style.
The Londoner has just released his visionary new mixtape ‘SECURITY’ via Dre Skull’s Mixpak and lands at Tropical Waste fresh from performances at Berghain, RBMA and Donau festival. Come see his ferocious live show in a very intimate setting.
Posted May 9, 2016
Posted April 19, 2016
After a killer launch party last month we’re excited to welcome Flexx back to our basement for a second running! Covering all angles of the spectrum from cumbia to bass, gqom to grime, afrobeats to house, Emily Dust (Radar Radio) and Tasty Lopez (Soho Radio) will be bringing the tunes all night.
Come shake a leg!
Posted March 10, 2016
Shadow Culture are a London based sextet fronted by Amy Wilson and Benjamin Nash. Their expansive and nocturnal sound blends frenzied guitars, dark synths and propulsive driving percussion with the contrasting, evocative vocals of the band leaders. With influences ranging from Nick Cave, Swans and Einstürzende Neubauten, to Arcade Fire, Wild Beasts and St Vincent, the group write and record in their residential Seven Sisters warehouse.
Posted February 15, 2016
For four years, we heard nothing from Weird Dreams. Then, at the beginning of this month, to the surprise of us all, they reappeared with one song, “The Ladder.” It’s an understated comeback –with its soft drone, twinkling piano, and Doran Edwards’ nostalgic vocals, it’s easy to under how it was inspired by the “the reflections of water on a swimming pool ceiling at night.”
We’ll have to wait a little longer for another album, but the band has promised that there will be more music to come. They’re playing The Waiting Room on Monday 7 March, so at least we know they aren’t going to dissapear for another couple of years anytime soon.