Fliptrix Album Launch: Win Tickets


Next month will see the official release party for Fliptrix’s new album Patterns of Escapism, go down at the legendary Brixton Jamm. The album promises to be some of Fliptrix’s most accomplished work, no doubt thanks in part to the fact it is produced in full by Illinformed, with the legend Jazz T on hand with the cuts.
As for the night itself, not only will the High Focus head honcho be showcasing his latest work, he will be joined by a crazy line-up including the legendary Task Force who will reunite – Slipperz included – for a classic laden set. There will also be performances from The Four Owls, Dabbla, Strange U and Molotov, who will all doing the rounds in Room One. While in Room Two there will be Boom Bap Festival madness, including an infamous Pete Cannon jungle set and Sumgii doing a grime set, so definitely two not to be missed either.
Understandably tickets for the event are flying out pretty fast, but High Focus are feeling generous what with Christmas nearing and all that, so they have sorted me out with two tickets to give away to you lovely lot.

All you have to do to win them is answer the following question: in what year was High Focus Records founded?

Email your answer, along with your name to allgingereverything@gmail.com.

Closing date for the competition will be 1 December.

You can find more info on the official Facebook event page here and if you’re not feeling lucky, you can buy tickets for the event here.

If you haven’t seen the videos that have been released so far from the album, you can catch up below.

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