For the tenth instalment of the Boiler Room Make Sessions, Red Stripe will team up with the innovative Newton Dunbar to celebrate The Four Aces movement, which, founded in Dalston, was home to the most influential black music and musicians to come to the UK. This one off night will be held on 2nd December at the world’s number one underground music show, Boiler Room.

Heading up the night will be expert in the industry and true titan of reggae and ska sounds, Newton Dunbar. Following Newton Dunbar will be the man responsible for jungle fever itself, the one and only Kenny Ken. Joining them will be Compa, whose fresh yet nostalgic electro beats secure a firm place for him within the rave scene.

The Four Aces founder Newton Dunbar says: “It will be amazing to work with both Red Stripe and Boiler Room, who both share my DIY mission to help underground music and cultures emerge.”

Blaise Belville, founder of Boiler Room, said: “Having Newton team up with us seems completely natural. He champions the underground scene and all it has become. He is a true inspiration.”

Red Stripe’s Claire Prat said: “We are so proud to be working on project that promotes innovation in the music scene throughout the ages. We are really looking forward to Make Session 010.”

Make Session 010 is an invite only event, but can be viewed at


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