Mad skills on the decks with some urban vibes

NOPE23 and Jiro KL present Jaguar Skills at Jiro KL today.

Jaguar Skills has been responsible for some of the most exciting musical projects of the past few years.

Largely centred around producing stunning mixes comprises his personal unique edits and mash-ups, Jag has caught the ear and worked with the likes of fashion label Maharishi, fashionista Jade Jagger, Urban Outfitters, Carling Zest, Renault Clio, and, of course, BBC Radio 1.

His relationship with the public service broadcaster started with a weekly 10 Minute Mash Up Mix for the Trevor Nelson Show, which ran for several years. This led to him turning in his now legendary mixtape “1979-2006: A Hip-Hop Odyssey - 800 Tracks In 45 Minutes” which was downloaded over a million times.

Following this, Jag also turned in his “History of DnB Mix” and also a “History of Ayia Napa Mix” for the station.

Numerous sell-out UK tours along with tours in North America and Australia bridged the gap before his second compilation on Ministry Of Sound, titled “Jaguar Skills And His Amazing Friends Vol 2”.

So make sure you stay locked in with the rest of the Jaguar Skills army to hear an impending aural assault of every tempo; from hip hop to house to drum‘n’bass, and everything in between. DJ Luqe and Roshan on support for the night.


61-1, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar Baru, KL

Tickets: RM50 advance / RM60 door. For information and RSVP, call 011-3916 9629.

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