THTC Bring Lazy Habits To Headline Birthday

The clothing brand celebrate their 14th birthday with a massive party on 16 November at Brixton Jamm.

THTC, for those not up on their streetwear, is a unique ethically conscious eco-friendly clothing label that has developed over the years to be a beacon of creativity often collaborating with artists from across the spectrum with their design for the label itself but also with music and dance for their events which are some of the finest around.

THTC is essentially an extended family of talented musicians, poets, actors, dancers and activists. Watered with urban music, fed with love of life and street culture, THTC has grown into an influential global streetwear brand with a loyal following. After an incredible 14 years, they head to Jamm to celebrate their birthday and bring along a crack squad of artists to make the event something very special.

Taking over both rooms of reggae, hip hop and a smattering of Bass music thrown in for good measure, they welcome four unique headline acts in Hackney’s finest, Hip Hop masters Lazy Habits, London Reggae legend Natty, more Dub and Reggae from Glasgow born Mungo’s HiFi and one of the finest festival Hip Hop DJ known to man, DJ Format.

Not only that, on the night to help raise some money for Greenpeace, THTC resident artists and designers will be creating fresh exclusive one off pieces live on the night on a groundbreaking digital graffiti wall, which will be auctioned through the THTC site with all of the money going directly to Charity. Punters will be allowed a go to and be able to buy a copy of their artistry, again with the money going to the charity.

As an EXCLUSIVE extra, everyone who buys an advance ticket will also receive a free download of an unreleased track from headliners Lazy Habits, an Undersound remix of “Even Out”, planned for release on their forthcoming remix album sometime in the future.

This is a night worth attending and a chance to party for all the right reasons. Whether you are into the sound or not, THTC events always go that extra mile, something many other club nights could well take note of.


BRIXTON JAMM (Event listing)

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