Hi-Top Drop

Absolute Party Starters™

Hi-Top Drop is the combination of three insanely talented absolute idiots bound by a sincere desire to make people dance, laugh and lose their minds simultaneously.

Formed in April 2013, Hi-Top Drop have received attention for their unique brand of tongue-in-cheek party music from BBC Introducing and already have gigs at the Glastonbury Festival, Hammersmith Apollo and O2 Academy Islington under their diamond studded belts. There are parties and then there are Hi-Top Drop parties, make sure you experience the latter.

A truly exciting live dance-music act that doesn’t f**k around when it comes to f**king around

A daft, fun, musically adroit night out” – Time Out

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Miss Frisky

Miss Frisky

Miss Frisky’s indomitable singing style comes from her 5 years of silliness as half of musical comedy act, Frisky & Mannish. In that time, she developed a voice loud enough to be heard in Shepherd’s Bush Empire, Koko, and Sydney Opera House, and rock festival crowds at Bestival, Latitude and T in the Park, to name but a few. With F&M, she was often heard with Scott Mills on Radio 1 (Frisky provided guidance and vocals for Scott’s ‘Perfect Christmas Single‘ (174,000 downloads worldwide!)) and has been heard more recently belting out Gemma Cairney’s Weekend Breakfast jingles.

Frisky can do quiet as well as loud, but finds it less useful overall. She also freely admits that she would “love to be in Little Mix”.

Tommie Fraude-MonetJR

Most recently, Tommie has been smashing up festivals and touring the world as part of The Vocal Orchestra – a deadly team, comprising Britain’s best beatboxers and vocalists. He is reportedly the most versatile vocalist in the world ever. His interests include Boost bars, and vests, which he wears “for vanity reasons”.

Tommie survives by eating only what he finds on the floor, and claims to have invented the ‘3 Second Rule’.

Kirk MercuryKirk Mercury

Kirk is the completer of the beats. The DJ of the 3-way. Music producer, sadness reducer.

His biggest acheivement to date, the ‘Cats That Look Like One Direction‘ video has had over 72,000 views and has been seen in approximately 986 countries, even making the news in Argentina. You’re welcome, world.

Kirk came up with the name for the band while trying to get a pear drop out of his shoe.

Often found mingling with celebrities, Kirk Mercury once accidentally touched Elle Macpherson’s hair and overheard BandAid’s Midge Ure going to the toilet.

It’s not spelled ‘High Top Drop’