Dance music that keeps it real… a true underground night in West London. Special guests tonight are Coda, a high impact 4 piece dubstep band who will be pushing Ginglik’s awesome Turbosound rig to its limits with plenty of wobble, dub grooves and a whole lot of bass.
UK based live dubstep outfit who have been tearing up clubs and deafening festival goers with their filthy basslines, and dirty rhythms. Sharing stages with 16Bit, Trolly Snatcher, Breakage, Reso, and Gentleman’s Dub Club to name a few. Consistently pushing musical boundaries, Coda fuse live instrumentation with electronic effects to provide a bold, full bodied dub groove that flows and grows like a well executed DJ set.
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“A dexterity few DJ’s can harness” One Week To Live. Kone-R is the man behind the Uncharted Audio, which has just been voted the 3rd best record label of 2010 by The Music Magazine (www.themusicmagazine.co.uk/poll-results-best-record-labels-of-2010). He hasintroduced the likes of Cursor Miner, LJ Kruzer, Kings Have Long Arms and plenty of other weird and wonderful sonic tomfoolery to the world. Manning the turntables since 1992 when he discovered the joy of warehouse raves, the spirit of that era lives on in his sets today, with a liberal sprinkling of ambience, techno, breakbeats and plenty of low frequency oscillations.
Despite the length of time he’s spent in the booth, he maintains a cutting edge – you’re as likely to hear him drop fresh dubplates by up and coming acts alongside the latest cuts from Berlin to Detroit as you are to hear vintage rave, classic disco and timeless electro. Listen to Kone-R’s recent mix for Delta9: http://bit.ly/8wKWeQ
Blissful, soulful, pulsating, sometimes cheeky, never without a surprise and consistently brilliant, DJ Stayhome has been cutting a steady swathe across London’s electronica scene for the past 12 years. Spend a couple of hours with him and you’re likely to hear anything from crunchy melodic hip hop through minimal techno and out the other side to heavier elements of dubstep. If you like your tracks cooked up with interesting rhythms and a whole lot of bass, you can count on finding them in his sets. Check some recent stuff here: www.mooki.co.uk