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Dizraeli and The Unmaster
Dizraeli and The Unmaster

Bristol-born and London-based rapper, activist, producer and spoken word artist Dizraeli is back with a new self-produced studio album and an explosive live band.


Since its release,’The Unmaster’ has been nominated for 2020 Album Of The Year in the Worldwide Awards, seen continuous support from key tastemakers including Gilles Peterson (who called the record “incredible”), BBC 6 Music (Tom Robinson), Radio X (John Kennedy), The Line of Best Fit, UKHH, Metro Online, Amazing Radio and Worldwide FM, to name just a few.

The album speaks of madness and collapse, struggle and redemption with searing honesty, surreal humour and a soundtrack unlike anything you’ve heard. A dark, fierce hybrid of hip-hop, grime & West African percussion, it is music to make sense of an insane world.


The explosive new live band features musical direction from Kwake (Sampha, Kate Tempest), keys and samples from Raffy Bushman (Unit 31), drums from Ben Brown (Alfa Mist), vocals and vibraphone from Hannah Davis plus Dizraeli - who has a legendary reputation as a live performer - on vocals, dance and multiple percussion instruments. Every show is a journey, from intensely heartfelt to all-out rave.

2019 saw Dizraeli play at some of the most prestigious UK summer festivals, including with the 47-piece Wilderness Orchestra at the Wilderness Festival, as well as at Boomtown Fair, Larmer Tree and Glastonbury. Dizraeli played a sold-out album launch at Thekla in his hometown Bristol on 20th September, before an 8 date headline UK tour in December to packed venues around the country.

With a remix project of The Unmaster on its way featuring collaborations with Danalogue (The Comet Is Coming), Spoek Mathambo, Afriquoi, DJ Simbad, Mikey Chestnutt (Snapped Ankles) & Orifice Vulgatron of Foreign Beggars, as well as some big bookings for the summer already confirmed, 2020 will be the biggest year yet for this captivating artist.

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