Infesticons Hit London!

Infesticons Hit London!

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Mike Ladd and Juice Aleem are set to link up at the Purcell Rooms, Queen Elizabeth Hall to bring the joy and pain as the all-time mighty-mighty Infesticons. As part of the Southbank Centre's "Something I Said?" spoken word festival, the Infesticons will be spitting hard, funny and uncompromising alongside Stacy Makishi, Salena Godden and The Spaceape. As well as performing highlights from the two classic Infesticons albums (and maybe even the Majesticons album..?!) Mike and Juice will perform solo material. Two of the most talented wordsmiths ever to grace Big Dada, this show should be unmissable  for anyone who gives a stuff about LANGUAGE as well as beats and bass...

Saturday October 23rd, Purcell Rooms, 7.45pm



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