Inhibit Presents: FOREIGN BEGGARS Tickets
10:00pm, Sat 16 December, 2017
Villa Nightclub, PERTH, WA
"Toast Australia Tour"
Local Support TBA
Since their formation in 2002, multi-genre UK trio Foreign Beggars' unique trajectory has seen them evolve from underground hip hop heroes, to a trailblazing electronic crossover act. Without ever forsaking an ounce of their inimitable energy, Foreign Beggars are equally pumped whether in the studio recording or jumping around on stage at one of their live shows.
The crew have released five studio albums to date: Asylum Speakers, Stray Point Agenda, United Colours Of Beggattron, The Uprising and I AM LEGION with Dutch production wizards Noisia. It is with great pride that they announce the completion and upcoming release of their finest work to date - their sixth full length album: 2 2 KARMA.
The first single 'Toast' from 2 2 KARMA will be released in February 2018. 'Toast' is produced by their long time musical partner Alix Perez and features the highly acclaimed Izzie Gibbs and Dizmack. 'Toast' is packed with pace and precision, showcasing their place as the finest rappers from the UK.
Always keen collaborators, the Beggars have worked with a plethora of artists worldwide from a wide musical spectrum. 2 2 KARMA sees collaborations with the likes of: Kate Tempest, OG Maco, Izzie Gibbs, Dizmack, Killa P & Irah, Shogun, Black Josh, Marcello Spooks, Zu and Andre Laville. The album features productions from: Flux Pavilion, Spor/Feed Me, Alix Perez, Ivy Lab and Bangzy. Collaborative highlights from their past include: Noisia, Dirtyphonics, Knife Party, Skrillex, Birdy Nam Nam, D'onaeo, Skinnyman, Jack Beats, Alix Perez, Tommy Lee, Eprom and Flux Pavilion.
The critically acclaimed group have built this steadfast reputation as one of the UK's most versatile, creative and prolific acts through a continuing desire to push the envelope, in a manner that is as urgent now as it has ever been. With a top ten hit, over 80 million YouTube plays and a string of international headline dates ahead of them, things are going from strength to strength for the Beggars.
Festival highlights include: Glastonbury, Stereosonic, EDC Vegas, Hard LA, Shambhala, Exit, Outlook, Snowbombing, iTunes Festival, Field Day, Rhythm and Vines, SXSE, Electron, Glade, SW4, Lovebox, Garrorock, Sonar, NH7, Igloofest, Urban Art Forms, Brixton Academy, Dour Festival, Lowlands.