Saturday 20th February 2016

Rock Sin Subtítulos Presents


followed by Mega Spanish Party

9:00 pm until 6:00 am


Price: £17 advance / £22 OTD

Status: Tickets Available (Updated on 7th January 2016)

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Doors open at 9:00 PM – Event ends at 6:00 AM

Age: You must be 18 years of age or more to attend this event (with or without a guardian) | Photo ID – Please bring ID if you are 25 years of age or less or appear so. | | Access – Standing. There are no seats assigned. The venue is arranged on several floors with many stairs and no lift. Find out more about accessiblity.

About SFDK

At this moment, only the pioneers of this genre can stake a claim to having more pedigree than Zatu and Acción Sánchez, and they will undoubtedly acknowledge the respect that this duo from Seville have earned throughout the years in order to become one of the most solid rap acts in Spain. This says a lot, considering their origins.

SFDK have known how to build the mysticism that surrounds them while growing from the young crew known as Straight From Da Kranny to become Siempre Fuertes De Konciencia. Zatu has evolved as an MC, setting aside the hardcore sound from his early years to take on a more serious and wise tone, but with the same fighting spirit. This is why he has become one of the most sought after voices in the genre and why Acción Sánchez is considered to be one of the nation’s top beatmakers.

After releasing seven albums (in addition to collaborations with other artists, mixtapes, solo projects, and the Mala Juntera EP with Capaz and Hazhe), it is widely accepted that SFDK is one of the nation’s greatest hip hop crews. However, aside from their discography and the longevity of their formula, these types of artists are needed in order to give meaning to the culture and to connect with the old school and the new school. They have played an essential role in this aspect, as artists as well as sponsors or backers. They have also served as a stimulus, because Zatu has never shied away from dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s.

In fact, Sin miedo a vivir, their latest album on life and rap, addresses this. It is about how people grow up and realise that they took certain battles too seriously, and how hip hop can touch every corner of our lives and represent something more than rhymes and a beat, and actually become a way of life.

Right after the live show another edition of the massive and very popular amongst Spaniards Mega Spanish Party club night kicks in. There’s a great vibe and atmosphere guaranteed till the early hours of Sunday morning.

Doors open at 9pm. Live gig at 10pm. Party from midnight to 6am.


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