Another night of sweet reggae music at the Lost ARC with Beth Prior Collective bringing the live vibes to the stage and Fat Cat Sound keeping the dancefloor grooving til late with crucial selections played over their massive signature rig!

BETH PRIOR COLLECTIVE are about to hit some big stages in support of The Wailers, but not before coming for a warm-up at The Lost ARC. Expect soaring soulful vocals and heavy basslines, reggae hooks and trip-hop breakdowns all delivered with precision and feeling.


The BPC represent something true. A fresh and dynamic collective of musicians delivering a conscious an elevated trip into Dub-Reggae. Their positive message is weaved into a deep pulse of improvisation brimming with energy and raw connectivity that leave audiences feeling like they’ve experienced something truly unique.
At their most euphoric they’ve been likened to the legends of antipodean Dub, ‘Fat Freddy’s Drop’ whilst seamlessly diverging into breakdowns of Jazz influenced hip-hop, from Robert Glasper to Jill Scott.


“What viewers of BPC will be left with is the sheer proficiency of the musicianship on display, and the amount of fun they have doing it… with their raw yet melodic sound, it makes them a joy to experience live.”Tom Bonnington, The Oxford Culture Review

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