Addison Groove, Wheez-ie, General Motor, Zola
Surefire Sound Spring Tour 2012
In association with Mmmmaven
MMMMOVE LAUNCH PARTY
+ ADDISON GROOVE (50 Weapons/Swamp 81/Tectonic, UK) +
You may know him as Headhunter, or you may know him for his current project Addison Groove, but for those of you unfamiliar with Tony Williams, get ready to meet one of the titans of the UK Bass music world. In a few short years, Williams has become an important producer in what is now generally termed "bass music"—the umbrella term for the innumerable mutations of dubstep, drum & bass, UK funky, bassline, grime, what-have-you. While—until recently—he has lacked an identifiable big hit, his precise, techy dubstep sound struck an estimable chord with a generation of dubstep producers, particularly those nestled in the west coast of the United States. On top of that, he's worked with seemingly everyone willing to have him, with collaborations and remixes all over the map, and has released on nearly every identifiable UK label, from Hessle Audio, to Tempa, Ascension, and his own label Transistor.
w/ special guests:
Wheez-ie (Well Rounded/Embassy)
Wheez-ie is a 23 year-old producer/DJ from Houston who specializes in the dancefloor-shaking madness that is bass music. He has already released two EPs this year: the Juke-infused All Worked Up EP on Well Rounded Individuals, and the XLR8R-lauded Keep Yer Chin Up EP for Embassy Recordings, which has been called “pristine and full” “clean and smooth,” and, at the same time, “spastic.” He’s had support from DJs all around the world, including Machinedrum, Salva, Distal, DJ Rashad, Sines, J da Flex, Canblaster, Sam Tiba Ana Sia, Dubbel Dutch, Nasty Nasty, Dave Q, Donga, Damu Kanji Kinetic, Cedaa, Jackmaster, Cardopusher, Sinden and Mele. As he expands his career and continues releasing music, his entourage of admirers, friends and co-conspirators is only going to expand along with it.
General Motor b2b ZOLA
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