15 Oct- 11 Dec 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Fri 22 Oct 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Stealth, Nottingham

From £22

Sat 23 Oct 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Invisible Wind Factory

From £18.50

Fri 5 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Tramshed, Cardiff

From £15

Sat 6 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

The Mill, Birmingham

From £18.50

Fri 12 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

O₂ Kentish Town Forum

From £25

Sat 13 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

O₂ Academy Oxford

From £9.50

Fri 19 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

O₂ Academy Leeds

From £18.50

Sat 20 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

O₂ Ritz Manchester

From £9.50

Fri 26 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Motion, Bristol

From £22

Sat 27 Nov 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Engine Rooms, Southampton

From £16

Fri 3 Dec 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Dreamland, Margate

From £16

Sat 4 Dec 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

The Arch, Brighton

From £22

Fri 10 Dec 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

Halo, Bournemouth

From £9.50

Sat 11 Dec 2021

Roni Size & LTJ Bukem

The Arch, Brighton

From £22

Two absolute legends in the game, LTJ Bukem and Roni Size, join forces for a double headline show of mind-blowing drum ‘n’ bass with lyrical master MC Dynamite.

Emerging out of the late 80’s as a DJ, LTJ Bukem discovered his passion for drum and bass when exploring the realms of jazz fusion. So it’s natural that when Bukem’s career as a DJ progressed in the early 90‘s and he found himself delving in to the studio, it was these frantic breakbeats in tandem with the melodic, yet almost awry bass lines of jazz instrumentation that informed Bukem’s creations, developing a progressive and textured sound equal parts anthemic and tranquil. The album was titled ‘Logical Progression’ and marked Bukem as an innovator, a tag that has stuck through his work on his own esteemed Good Looking Records imprint, and still bears strong today as Bukem continues to DJ extensively across the globe.

Bristol native Roni Size is one of the U.K. jungle scene’s most respected names, with production credits spanning dozens of labels, projects, and releases. Although not as quick to rise to acclaim (either critical or popular) as peers such as Goldie or LTJ Bukem, Size’s influence as a producer, label owner, and committed underground magnate figured him as one of the emerging sound’s true pioneers. The breakout success of his debut album New Forms (including Britain’s prestigious Mercury Award) finally confirmed his stature and vaulted him to a greater degree of popularity than any other drum ’n’ bass producer.

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