London’s powerful new tribal bass act The Dandadda has been predicted as “Future Festival headliners” . The compelling and highly energetic ‘Urban Jungle’ concept is created and fronted by Brixton-born producer Dan Vinci, incorporating an exciting movement of musicians, tribal dancers and featured artists.
Hailing from south London’s culturally diverse Brixton, Dan Vinci has managed to attract legendary Jamaican artists into the fold, crafting a reggae-tinted message of unity, peace and tribalism – including making the debut album with the likes of The Ragga Twins (Skrillex), Horace Andy (Massive Attack), John Holt, Earl 17 (UB40), Junior Dan (Gorillaz) and Iyamah (My Nu Leng) to name a few. Critics are calling it, “A Contemporary Combination of Different Soundscapes” (Wall of Sound – Mark Jones).
The Dandadda has already supported the likes of Nero, Toddla T, Cadenza, Xtrah, Big Narstie, Basement Jaxx and The Ragga Twins, playing festivals such as Secret Garden Party, One Love Festival and Hyde Park. A thrilling new and edgy sound, combined with Dan Vinci’s energetic tribal vision, the result is gripping - “Fusing the very best of energies…I’m completely and utterly enthralled” (Alya Mooro - The Telegraph).
The tribal bass act from Brixton has already been interviewed and aired live on BBC Radio and tipped by top UK and international blogs as “The up and coming act to watch out for” (Brixton Buzz). The Dandadda is set to break boundaries in the bass scene and on festival stages worldwide - The powerful live show and message of unity is truly one to be experienced. The Dandadda is finishing up the debut album and set to release soon in 2020.