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Raw Music Upfront

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									            Raw Music Upfront
            Beats, Bars, Chats and Flow
            Do you want training in music production, DJ Skills
            and songwriting?
            Want to work with real artists and music producers
            to help record your own CD?

            Art of Noise 2: A free two week course available for anyone aged 16-25
            years old

                 3-6 September and 10-13 September at 12-5pm
                   Venue: The Hub, Tooting and Mitcham Football Club, Imperial
                   Fields, Bishopsford Road, Morden, Surrey SM4 6BF
                    with some sessions at Raw Material, 2 Robsart Street, Brixton,
                    London, SW9 0DJ (transport cost provided)

                   Places are limited so reserve your place by contacting Merton
                  Priory Homes on 0300 500 3000
                 email contactmph@circle.org.uk
               or text ‘RAWMUSIC’ to 07797 870175




L222.0712
Led by DJ Wulu, Miles Hopcraft-Romans, musician, DJ
and producer. Recently on tour with Katy B and a ten day
stint producing and performing with Africulturban FESTA2H
international hip-hop festival in Dakar Senegal, Miles is an
experienced beat maker, producer and bass player, with a lot
of promotions under his belt.

Alongside Miles, singer songwriter and MC FLOetic Lara will
guide people through developing their lyrics and building a
song, and showing people how to perform.

Joining FLOetic will be MC Potent Whisper, a local artist from
Mitcham, who has recently released his new track and also
featured in Raw Material’s ‘Brixton Time Machine’ 100 years of
entertainment culture, Heritage project.

The project will have an input from MC Bamalam, recent
winner of MC battles ‘Don’t Flop’, who heads up his own
eclectic music project ‘Divine Rights’.

DJ Keith Lawrence from Powerjam FM fame will provide a DJ
masterclass alongside Wulu, where CDJ’s meets old school
vinyl.

								
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