Next Episode of Four to the Floor is
Season 4 / Episode 5 and airs on 27 June 2017 00:05
Music series offering the chance for a young audience to own and curate their own space on mainstream TV, showcasing the finest new artists in the UK and featuring amazing visuals, animation and music.
The acclaimed music and youth culture show returns for a third series to curate original performances and intimate artist films alongside innovative animations and music videos. The first programme in the series features performances and films from United Vibrations, Lone, 808 Ink and Neverland Clan, plus music from Mura Masa and Rocks Foe, and narration by Tim Brinkhurst and Tommy Sissons.
This week's mix of sound and vision on the acclaimed music and youth culture show explores heritage. The programme steps inside sound system culture with the legendary King Tubby's, gets an intimate portrait of photographer Vicky Grout, and talks musical legacy with East London's finest, Newham Generals. Live performance comes from Cassels and Kojey Radical, plus there's spoken word from Tommy Sissons and music from Shy FX, Tirzah, Adeva and the late Smiley Culture.
The acclaimed music and youth culture show continues, bursting with live performances from Lewisham local Ray BLK and Toronto's hip-hop jazz crew BadBadNotGood. Bespoke films come from DJ Moxie and Vicktor Taiwo, plus music and videos from Shenoda, Dead Dred and NxWorries, alongside crazy animations, and spoken word from Tommy Sissons.
The awesome innovations of Four to the Floor continue this week, celebrating the finest sounds from around the globe. There are films from Awesome Tapes from Africa, Worldwide FM DJ Thris Tian and South African photographer Imraan Christian. Music comes from home-grown hip hop star Little Simz, hardcore punk band Vitamin X and a special, stripped back, live performance from the critically acclaimed Michael Kiwanuka. Prods.
Four to the Floor continues with some of the best sounds in the galaxy. This episode celebrates spirituality and self-belief, and features films from independent artists Tariq Disu and Danny Trash. James Blake talks 1-800 Dinosaur, and there's spoken word from Tommy Sissons. Plus music from Mala, and an out-of-this-world live performance from seminal grime artist Trim.
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