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Besides our vision of sustainable and ethical fashion, THTC also has roots in music - bass, hip hop and drum‘n’bass, breaks and jungle culture. What better way to show our passion than with a homage to the legendary Amen Break, the starting point of all that we love in music today.
This is a design for the ravers, skankers, DJs, producers, MCs and fans alike to enjoy. This design was a collective effort brought to life by Phil Askew and Jo McClean.
Made from a fine blend of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton in a 200GSM weight fabric, these tees are beautifully soft and wash very well. The design is printed in the UK using water-based inks. This t-shirt was certified by Control Union. THTC also works with Responsible 100 to further ensure transparency in our production line.
Pictured: Junglist / Drum and Bass legends from left to right: Keeno, Stamina MC, Dynamite MC, Mickey Finn, Nicky Black Market, Octane, MC GQ and London Elektricity!!
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A brand new design, from one of our brand new design partners, The Tribes. Tribes make some of the sickest sound system and graffiti-inspired prints, and produce a pretty awesome collection of clothing themselves.
10% of sales from this T-shirt go to the charity, RadioActive, an international grassroots organisation that provides equipment, training and technical assistance for community radio stations, recording studios and radio training centres in the UK and around the world. RadioActive helps build communities through music and broadcast communications, and we think they're bloody awesome. You should, too!
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The third of our design collaborations with Sheffield's The Tribes. 'Weapon of Choice', one of THTC's repeating motifs, alongside 'Save the Jungle' - which have been reinterpreted many times over the years, by an awesome collective of artists.
Music is our weapon and our banner. Our battlecry is one of bass-lines and fierce drums, our generals are MCs and we on the dancefloor and the soldiers of joy.
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