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Alabama 3 and Basement Jaxx for Brixton Benefit Party This Weekend

Thursday, 26 January 2012 Written by Rob Sleigh
Alabama 3 and Basement Jaxx for Brixton Benefit Party This Weekend

Basement Jaxx, Stereo MCs and Freestylers are among a list of artists that will be doing DJ sets this weekend at the Brixton Jamm Benefit Party in aid of Triangle Adventure Playground. Local act Alabama 3 are also due to be performing live at the event alongside the likes of Rodney P, Dub Pistols and Howard Marks aka Mr Nice.

All of the money raised will be donated to the Triangle Adventure Playground Association, a local charity run by volunteers. Triangle is one of London’s oldest adventure playgrounds, offering giant swings, a zip line and a climbing tower as well as art-based activities. As the only permanent young people’s organisation working in an inner-city area increasingly notorious for lethal gang crime, the Triangle provides a safe haven for young people who would otherwise be hanging out on the street. But recently, the playground has been forced to cut its opening hours due to financial difficulties.

The full line-up is as follows:

Friday 27th January
Mz Bratt (live)
Rodney P
Congo Natty (aka Rebel MC) with Tenor Fly
Alabama 3 (live)
DJ Biznizz
The Correspondents (live)
Don – E (live)
Simon B (Brand New Heavies) & Mark JB
Jamie Rodigan
Major Dee

Saturday 28th January
Basement Jaxx (DJ Set)
Freestylers (DJ Set)
Howard Marks – Mr Nice (live)
Alabama 3 (live)
The Thirst (live)
Stereo MCs (DJ Set)
Spiritual South (live)
Adamski (DJ Set)
Kashmir Kid
Man vs Wife

For more information, visit the Brixton Jamm website.

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