MUSIC at WILD CANVAS

Lazy afternoon DJ sessions beside the river and a selection of DJ friends providing the musical nutrition at Wild HQ, our secluded courtyard, in the evenings. Music at Wild Canvas is a pretty chilled affair, a sweet summer soundtrack to your time here.

W/E – 1

23 / 24 JULY

4totheFloor

djsoulprovyder

Kate Magic

W/E – 2

31 JULY / 1 AUG

Earl Gateshead

Russ Jones

Wild Canvas Radio

W/E – 3

7 / 8 AUG

Mad Professor

The Mighty Zaf

Wild Canvas Radio

W/E – 4

14 / 15 AUG

4totheFloor

DJ Sel

Wild Canvas Radio

W/E – 5

21 / 22 AUG 

Serkan Cetin

DJ Sel

Wild Canvas Radio

W/E – 6

29 / 30 AUG

Nick Manasseh

The Mighty Zaf djsoulprovyder

Kate Magic

Mad Professor

MAD PROFESSOR

LOCATION: WILD HQ | DATE: 7 AUGUST | TIME - 16:00
What a treat! A true living legend. Mad Professor will be joining us for a special live set on 7 August. You will get to hear original dubs and mixes delivered in the unmistakable style that has made Mad Professor one of the greatest in the game. Outside of his extensive work in the dub and reggae community, he has remixed tracks by Sade, the Orb, the KLF, the Beastie Boys, Jamiroquai, Depeche Mode and Perry Farrell, among others. His complete re-work of Massive Attack’s Protection LP, in our humble opinion, is a real masterpiece.

THE MIGHTY ZAF

LOCATION: WILD HQ | TIME - TBC
Obsessive record collector, bonafide connoisseur with a musical knowledge of gigantic proportions. Zaf is a vinyl junkie of the highest order and a producer of fine musical gems too including a series of acclaimed tunes in collaboration with the late Phil Asher. He is also one of the founders of Love Vinyl Records in Shoreditch which has firmly cemented its place amongst London's best record shops.

Earl Gateshead

DJ EARL GATESHEAD

LOCATION: WILD HQ | DATE: SAT 31 JULY | TIME - 16:00
Earl began Djing in 1978 playing reggae between punk bands at The New Queens Head in Brixton. Shortly afterwards Earl began a 20 year residency at The Dive Bar in Soho, operating his own home made Sound System. At the start of the nineties Earl became Saturday resident at the Blue Note in Hoxton in partnership with Bob Jones and was a regular guest at Gilles Petersons Far East nights. He later helped to start the worlds first Broken Beat night at Smithfields with Bugs In The Attic, I. G. Culture, and the late Phil Asher. Ade Fakile at Plastic People then asked him to programme and D.J the now legendary Reggae Nights where Earl worked with Big Youth, Sugar Minott, Bobby Digital, Cutty Ranks, Junior Delgado, Adrian Sherwood, Little Roy and many others.

Soulprovyder

DJ SOULPROVYDER

LOCATION: WILD HQ | DATE: SAT 24 JULY, SAT 29 AUG and MORE
Founding member of the 4 To The Floor (Global House Movement) which is a collective of dj’s, dancers and music producers who curate events for the worldwide house dance community at various venues across London. He has residencies at Focus Africa in the UK, La Escollera Beach Club in Ibiza, the Asa Baako (One Dance) festival in Ghana and this year will see him play at We Out Here festival for BBE Music’s 25th anniversary celebration.

manasseh

NICK MANASSEH

LOCATION: WILD HQ | DATE: SUN 30 AUG | TIME - 16:00
Pioneering UK producer and sound system selector. Manasseh sound was built in 1985 by a group of friends with the aim of playing reggae with a roots focus. In 1987 Nick began his show on Kiss FM, brought in by brothers Norman and Joey Jay whilst the station was a pirate until 1999. Nick's DJing has taken him all around the world playing at a variety of festivals.

The Riz Record Label was started by the Manasseh crew in 1991, releasing the first Manasseh Meets The Equalizer (AKA Jeremy Armstrong) album in 1992- 'Dub The Millennium', which was then licensed to Acid Jazz. Nick has since produced countless tracks, remixes and albums from world class musicians including Pama International, Emeliana Torrini and Lee Perry for Rob Da Bank.

Kate-Magic

KATE MAGIC

LOCATION: WILD HQ | VARIOUS TIMES AND DATES
Kate Magic is a globally renowned raw food expert and founder of RawLiving.eu. She has been vegan for 29 years and DJing for nearly as long. Her love for good food is equalled only by her love for good music. She currently has a residency on London's Soho Radio and has deejayed around the world.

Russ Jones

RUSS JONES

LOCATION: WILD HQ | TIME - TBC
Around the World in 80 Ways was one of Russ Jones' - The Hackney Globe Trotter - aptly named club nights and for Russ - a firm lover of good sounds, funky eyewear, bicycle racing and vintage Volkswagens - it is more like a way of life. Russ is behind some of London's most successful clubs including London Calling and No Room for Squares in the mid 90's. Guest deejays included, Gilles Peterson, James Lavelle, Fabio, Bukem & Norman Jay. Later on Russ moved London Calling to the Blue Note and subsequently became the Artistic Director of the infamous venue. Festivals are always a favourite and Russ has hosted and programmed stages and played at Glastonbury, Bestival, Montreaux, Womad, Big Chill and more.

Russ' most recent endeavour has seen him branching out with the launch of his own cycle fashion label Hackney GT. From funky cycle jerseys to a custom framesets and now a very successful Hackney GT race team. In the huge amount of spare time that Russ has he likes to admire his glasses collection, ride bikes, polish his car and sleep.