Tiger beer are launching a series of club nights called ‘Hidden Depths’ which will showcase some of the UK’s most innovative record labels. The first of these shows takes place on May 26th in London’s Fabric and will see Tiger team up with Ninja Tune. Taking over room 1 of the iconic nightclub, Ninja Tune will showcase a plethora of their talent as well as that of their sister labels Big Dada Records and Brainfeeder. The best news of all is that we’re giving away tickets to the first of these shows and headlining the show is Suicidal Tendencies bassist turned solo artist Stephen Bruner aka Thundercat in what will be only his second performance in the UK and his first ever on the top of the bill. He’ll be supported by acts such as Ninja affiliated artist Floating Points and new signing Slugabed, with Offshore representing Big Dada.

All you have to do to win tickets is answer this question:

Bruner’s stage name is based on the hit cartoon from the 80’s, ThunderCats, but what was the name of the shows main character?

  • A. Tygra
  • B. Panthro
  • C. Lion-O
    • Send your answers to hello@thefourohfive.com with the subject line ‘Thundercats HO!’ and winner will picked at random and notified directly.

      This event is strictly for over-18s. Tiger Beer supports responsible drinking – find out more at www.drinkaware.co.uk>