The music bar Jumbi will be based in Peckham, South London and include a collection of Bradley’s own vinyls.
Opening on Saturday, the hi-fi bar aims to share music and food from the founders Afro-Caribbean roots.
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Check out the one-turntable system and a bespoke booth below.
To support this new bar, artist Ruf Dug has also provided help with the sound setup.
Via a post on Instagram, Bradley wrote that this project comes from "a labour of love" and that the “single turntable concept is an attempt to encourage deep listening and prioritise selection above mixing. Jumbi isn't a club – it's a hang out centred around music, food and drink."
Cocktails are run-orientated with the kitchen cooking up St. Lucian bakes "with a variety of stuffings, alongside some West Indian classics".
Bradley emphasis on Jumbi’s first month to be a soft opening by saying: “We have no playbook here. No investors. Just two brothers making it up as we go along with a whole lot of help. Everything is growing and evolving. Bare with us while we dot the i’s and cross the t’s.”
To continue their “soft opening” Jumbo will be open Wednesday to Sundays till late.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter