New Zealand breakbeat DJ Timmy Schumacher, also know as one half of production outfit breaks outfit Baitercell & Schumacher crosses the ditch in August to play in Melbourne.
New Zealand breakbeat DJ Timmy Schumacher, also know as one half of production outfit breaks outfit Baitercell & Schumacher crosses the ditch to play in Melbourne on August 6 at Gimme a Break at Brown Alley.
Baitercell & Schumacher (B&S) have taken the breaks world by storm, with three highly regarded releases on Aquasky’s label Passenger. These include a remix of Aquasky’s own ‘Cobra’, then ‘Lock & Load’, and the much acclaimed dance floor stormer ‘What’s down Low’, which also featured on Aquasky’s Knowledge magazine mix CD, regarded by many in the know as an absolute must have item.
Teaming up with hard breaks maestro DJ Mutiny, B&S ahave lso produced ‘Test Press’ which was released on Mutiny’s own label Funkatech in 2004. For those unfamiliar with Funkatech, it is a much loved labels for those into hard breaks.
Timmy Schumacher is also a very accomplished and original DJ, who has worked hard to build up a breakbeat scene in New Zealand through regular gigs, his radio show on 95B-FM, and now he is taking on the world with his production work with Chris Chetland (Baitercell). Support on the night will come from Gimme residents Little Evil, Guyno, Ben Stacey, and MC Dr Sponk. Interactive visuals come from Lucid, who is almost becoming the Brown Alley in-house VJ these days.
Entry is $10 on the door. Doors open at 11pm, and stay open until approx 7am. Don't miss New Zealand's cheekiest monkey when he hits the decks at Brown Alley armed with loads of excellent music and a devilish glint in his eye.