Line-up /Caspa, TC, Matty G, J.Kenzo VS Markomen, Midnight Flight, Kear, Bassi, Warik, DJ Witz.
Dubbed Out is back in June for another stormer, bringing to you some of the biggest floor shaking Dubstep and Drum n' Bass big guns hitting the scene..... CASPA, TC, MATTY G + MORE!!
Expect an overdose of bass fuelled fun, smothered with the latest and greatest trouser wobbling, club smashers from all across the board. Each set brings something new to the turntables!
DOORS OPEN: 10-4AM
ENTRY: £6 b4 11pm /£7 after / NUS get £1 off entry
CHEAP DRINKS: ALL DRINKS £1.50 B4 11PM/ £2.50 AFTER
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?CASPA? wheres my money!!
This boy will be making his 2nd appearance at "DUBBED OUT", if last time is anything to go on, you should all prepare for the roof to blow off!!
CASPA is the one of leading names in the Dubstep scene, making beats and selling hooky daz ultra for about 3 years now. The idea behind the name 'CASPA' come from the film Kids. He has had release's on some of Dubsteps biggest labels, Dub Police, Tempa, Argon, Pitch Black, Sub Soldiers, Fabric, Resist, Aquatic Lab, Destructive and Wonderland.
CASPAS remix of the popular D'n'B anthem 'TC- Wheres MY Money' has become one of the biggest dance tracks globally and has grown into one of the biggest crossover tracks of 2008, propelling dubstep to the masses.
This dancefloor smasher continues to cause damage with the tempo and bassline chopped to match a dubstep meltdown. The Perfect cross-genre blend that's caught the ears of the likes of Youngsta, N-Type, Rusko, Crissy Criss, the Qemists and many more!!
With an album on the horizon, as well as other major projects including a mix compilation and a remix for EMI, Caspa shows no signs slowing down, and 2009 is set be the year of the ghost.
Dont mess with the DUB POLICE ! ! !
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TCs beats are so advanced that they make rookie producers want to give up, his record sales continue to confound 'vinyl is dead' doomsayers, and with a live act that's touring the world - TC is just irresistible in drum & bass right now.
2008 was undoubtebly TC’s year: verified by sales, awards, great press coverage and extensive club and radio support from dance music’s elite. Each of the singles taken from his debut album ‘EVOLUTION’ topped both BBC Radio 1's national dance chart and BBC 1Xtra’s drum&bass chart. These include ‘Deep’, ‘Jump’, ‘Rockstar’ and ‘Where’s My Money’. Largely due to unprecedented radio support from BBC Radio 1, XFM and KISS FM including Zane Lowe (the album was his record of the week), Annie Mac, Jo Whiley, Pete Tong, Mary Ann Hobbs, Grooverider, Eddy Temple Morris and DJ Hype.
TC left school and jumped straight into the studio and with his Atari ST and sampler and started making tracks “I’m still trying to capture the vibe. Production can be sweet but if there’s no vibe the tune is never going to work”. After 8 years of learning and producing and songwriting TC is now one of drum and bass’s brightest sparks with all the major DJs smashing his tunes.
“I want to make music that can be enjoyed by anyone. I make every style of drum and bass because you never know where you are going to be playing. You might turn up to the gig and there’s 8000 people standing in front of you wanting you to smash it or maybe just 300 but you have to have the right tools in your box to get the job done and take them on a journey”.
TC feels very strongly that despite his successes his work is far from over, he is going to carry on spending nights “in the lab” until everything is just right. In his own words… “The minute you get lazy, the whole thing falls apart around your ears! Sound is something that never stands still, it’s a vibration, if you want to work with sound, you’ve got to keep moving on! Look out for collaborations with D Ramirez on his new album and a mix cd with 'Watch The Ride'.
??J:KENZO vs MARKOMEN??
Built for the dancefloor… This is more than just dubstep!
Markomen and J:Kenzo’s sets expertly combine twenty-five cumulative years of musical knowledge and experience spanning a ridiculous range of genres, and mashes them down into one bass-fuelled, booty-jacking package. These two have worked together for over 2 years now, levelling dancefloors across the country, as well as a fortnightly show on leading Dubste internet station Sub FM. Their back-to-back style has been well tried and well tested, and never fails to bring the mayhem!
Big-haired, devil-eyed Medway man makes much madness on dancefloor with his devoted posse of electronic machines. This is dubstep drenched with lucozade and ragged to its caloric limit. A no-holds-barred approach to DJing inarguably results in spectacular exploding heads on each and every occasion. Massive names worldwide have Markomen tunage at the ready in the *heavy artillery* section of their record boxes for that guaranteed moshpit moment. There’s no room to muse or meditate, just fold back your leg and kick yourself repeatedly in the arse.
J has been involved in the UK Underground music scene for over 12 years, originally playing Jungle and House & Garage.
Fast forward to ‘09 and his talents are now cemented within the vibrant Dubstep scene.
He is a prolific producer and runs two labels ‘Soul Shakerz’ & ‘Dub Constructionz’.
Kenzo also has forthcoming releases lined up on Baredubs and 2nd Drop Records, as well as the USA’s legendary Argon Records - he is the third UK artist to release with the label following in the footsteps of Caspa and Loefah.