Fiyah Wata Sound returns with the second installment of a new monthly residency at The Social. With no genre limits or restrictions – expect sounds built for dancing together –
Fiyah Wata Sound returns with the second installment of a new monthly residency at The Social. With no genre limits or restrictions – expect sounds built for dancing together – from hand-built bass bins to pirate frequencies and carnival trucks in the sunshine.
First up we have TrYb, a veteran of the UK underground and holding down shows on Threads, NTS, Plus1 and Soho Radio, increasingly in demand for her seamless blend of afro-centric vibrations. Highlife to gqom, afrobeats to amapiano, soca to dancehall. Expect amazing edits and good vibes.
Next in line Rabiah steps up representing Creole Cuts – an all-female creative collective inspired by the Caribbean heritage that unites them. The London-based trio champion the sounds and stories of Africa and the diaspora, whilst always embodying radical black joy. Rabiah’s live sets could see her drawing for anything from UK Funky to a straight Dubwise selection.
Longtime Fiyah Wata family member and Netil Radio resident Lizey will be warming things up with her selection of reggaeton, afro house, global bass.
Finally, residents Benjamin D and Chey Selecta bring the electricity of their club night and online platform ‘Free Yard’. High energy exploits ranging across the spectrum from brand new dancehall to UK rap and beyond.