8 months ago
Pineapple Tribe
Friday, 27th September 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
If you've ever seen Pineapple Tribe at carnival you'll know what to expect from them, and they've also brought in the big guns for their first ever event at Brixton Jamm, consisting of the Plump DJ's - one of the biggest names in breakbeat, and the legendary Meat Katie will be making a rare London appearance

They'll also be showcasing some of the newest and most exciting talent from the breakbeat scenes, including a rare opportunity to see some of London's finest underground DJ's.

Coming out of the free party scene of the early 90's, Pineapple Tribe have been entertaining crowds ever since with their distinctive mix of breaks, old school hardcore and techno, including hosting a stage at Notting Hill for almost 20 years too

The Line up:
Room 1

Room 2
Mike Lewis (Hub Sounds)
J-Rae (Reclaim the Beach)
Freshold & Retrix
Axon (Kane FM)



6 months ago
Ewan Hoozami
Saturday, 9th November 2013
Camino, The Regent Quarter, Kings Cross, N1 9AF
Bristol's mash-up king! 
Official remixes for the likes of The Dirty Dubsters, Telephunken, Pulpfusion, and free downloads that get downloaded in their thousands have cemented his reputation as an exciting new producer in the world of bass-heavy breaks

A member of Funk From The Trunk, "one of Bristol's finest DJ collectives", and an in-demand solo DJ, he is a vastly experienced DJ able to tear up any dancefloor… using lots of his own tracks, remixes, edits and mash-ups he seamlessly mixes an eclectic blend of hip-hop, funk, reggae, bass music and DnB that leaves his audiences gasping for more.


Batukarma, Free 21st Century Latinspired Basement Session
Saturday, 30th November 2013
The CLF Art Cafe @ The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
Sat Nov 30, The Free Entry Batukarma returns with a new home [The CLF Art Cafe Basement], new slot [last Saturday bi-monthly] and a new spirit

[21st Century latin-spired Musica]. Bringing you some of the tastiest toughest beats from across the planet

Latin House, Breaks and Bass [with taste] served with a side of Retro-Audio-Mace in your face

Beautifully Dangerous New Latinspired joints Dropped by Zonk Residents Jazzheadchronic [South London Soul Train], Dj Kalina, Bump N' Grind [Zonk Disxco] alongside special guests Live artists and rotating DJ's like the Legendary Lubi and this month the amazing John Armstrong

But be warned, this ain't no Salsa club

This one's all about the 21st century fusion of it all

100% Latin-spired groove

Loud, live, fast and direct to the dance floor

Ohhhh Yah!

Event runs 10pm - 4am in the new Clf Art Cafe Basement

Admission free on the last Saturday Bi-Monthly.


Chendo (San Francisco) - DJ set / live instrumental
Saturday, 15th June 2013
inSpiral Lounge, 250 Camden High Street, Camden, NW1 8QS
His live sets draw on a wide range of influences having grown up studying western and indian classical music and experiencing and performing at Burning Man for many years

His performances include live playing over top of DJ'ed sets and will span between minimal house to chill out to mid-tempo and hip-hop. His previous chill-out project, Sonic Valium was called "nap music for grown-ups or hardcore shavasana" and was infamous for starting up many mornings in the desert




10 months ago
Supatronix & Official Elite Force Boat Party Afterparty
Saturday, 13th July 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
The night features two sets from eclectic legend Elite Force himself, the first being a rare back to back appearance with long-time collaborator Meat Katie, and the second a special early hours performance under his new Simon Shackleton monicker

Co-headlining, we have the debut full-length UK set appearance from Spanish breaks legend Colombo

A Breakspoll-winner and hero of the scene, he's never played in Britain outside of the annual breakbeat awards, so this is a rare treat indeed for the heads

Support in room one comes from Supatronix's Jurassik and Se7en Deadly Breaks (newly crowned best breakthrough DJs at Breakspoll), along with California-based breaks DJ The Scritch, the globetrotting hero of the Nexus stage at the annual Burning Man festival in the States

In room two, tech icons Mike Hulme and Resistance are joined by Supatronix regulars Miss Monument and B-Roll.

Visuals in both rooms will be provided by regular Elite Force collaborators Meat Cassette, so this will be something special to look at too

The Line up:
Room one:

Elite Force vs Meat Katie (Back2Back UK Exclusive)
Colombo (Debut full length UK set)
Se7en Deadly Breaks
The Scritch
Visuals / Mapping by Meat Cassette

Room two:

Simon Shackleton (Sunrise Set)
Mike Hulme (U&A /Stereophoenix)
Resistance (Lowdown & Dirty)
Miss Monument
Visuals by Meat Cassette

More information on the boat party and joint tickets which get you into both events here:



Andy Smith Presents Hip Hop On Wax w/DJ Format
Friday, 27th September 2013
The CLF Art Cafe @ The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
Fri Sep 27 - DJ Andy Smith [Portishead] continues his rotating last Friday Monthly eclectic session with Event 4 of 4, Reach Up, Rewind, Jam Up Twist and now Hip Hop On Wax w/Very Special Guest, The Legendary DJ Format Deep In Session + Crissy Kybosh

Admission Free B4 1030pm, £5 After

Nuff Said :D



8 months ago
Hot Cakes + Official Stanton Sessions Boat Party Afters
Saturday, 24th August 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
Deekline's Hot Cakes party comes correct with a firing end of summer party that's guaranteed to get the bassbins buzzing down at south London's underground mecca, Brixton Jamm

This one also doubles as the afterparty for the first ever Stanton Sessions Boat Party on the Thames

The highlight of the evening at this one will be an extended set from the Stanton Warriors, fresh from huge success with their latest Stanton Sessions mix album and the enormous singles MPC and Where's the Beef

Well into their second decade at the top, the London-based duo are currently experiencing a new lease of life, with their hedonistic 808 breakbeat flavours entrancing an entirely new generation of clubbers

As usual, Supatronix take over room one, with Hot Cakes head honchos Deekline & Ed Solo making a return to the Brixton Jamm main stage

Fresh from the impact of their latest album Bounce N Shake, as well as No 1 Beatport success for Deekline's solo Bass Cakes EP, the duo will be serving up their usual speaker-rocking melange of breakbeat, bass and jungle

Guaranteed party-starters, if you haven't caught them at Hot Cakes yet, it's time to get educated

Support in room one comes from Supatronix residents Jurassik, Se7en Deadly Breaks and Final Conflict

Holding down room two are Thames Valley-based crew AK Soundsystem, fresh from the success of their brilliant Naughty Cool boat parties, and with a rare set from breakbeat legend ED209 to boot

The Line up:
Room one: Supatronix

Stanton Warriors
Deekline & Ed Solo
Se7en Deadly Breaks
Final Conflict

Room two: AK Soundsystem

Miss Monument
Lella & N.E Coli


Disco Shed with Dr Alex Paterson (The Orb)
Friday, 21st June 2013
The Book Club, 100 - 106 Leonard Street, Hoxton and Shoreditch, EC2A 4RH
Music policy: Eclectic party mash-up including disco, breaks, hip hop, reggae, indie, soul, funk

Bona fide pioneering legend D. Alex Paterson should need no introduction- as the Orb, he invented ambient house with classic tunes like Little Fluffy Clouds, Perpetual Dawn and Blue Room, and his influence can be heard all over electronic music today

And in support, Disco Shed welcomes another old friend, the inimitable Dr Rubberfunk

Regularly featured on the Craig Charles Funk and Soul Show, this vinyl connoisseur and supremely skilled decksmith has already played The Book Club at a daytime event

His brilliant new album Hot Stone is out now on Jalapeno Records.



8 months ago
A Few Hundred Wronguns Must Make A Right!
Saturday, 31st August 2013
Jamm, 261 Brixton Road, Brixton, SW9 6LH
Two wronguns don't make a right, but what would a few hundred do?!

Back with a vengeance, RIGHT WRONGUNS are coming to Brixton, with a showcase of bass and dance music that will take the roof off the venue with the help of 2nd arena hosts ALAN & WONK#AY RECORDS

This night is guaranteed to be one of PURE AUDIO DEBAUCHERY!

All the Right Wrongun residents are out to play, supported by artists from the likes of FUNKATECH RECORDS, LIFE 4 LAND, BRAINDROP AND MUTANT BASS RECORDS, a selection of imprints that highlight just how special this party will be

Their previous events have delivered spot-on vibes with the right level of naughtiness alongside bright, unique, vibrant decoration and lighting & the freshest DJs, hand picked for bringing you the finest, filthiest sounds of new and old for your audible pleasure

On the night you can expect to hear the full spectrum of bass and dance music over both rooms from this crack squad of promoters, DJs and artists present

The Line up:












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Huge changelog for MythTV 0.27 - http://www.mythtv.org/wiki/Release_Notes-0.27

Impressive stuff, but I'm sure that as always a) bugs that have bugged me forever remain, b) horrible new features need disabling, c) upgrading will break lots of things. So it doesn't sound like I'm a big fan of this software, but actually I am. Figure that one out if you can.


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These warning lights are meant to help alert you know when something is wrong with your car. If you have car parts replaced, remember this. The National Institute for Automotive Excellence provides the seal of approval is a good sign. It is not true that you need a mechanic's services to attend to these routine jobs should be left to the professionals. You need to look through this manual and learn how to use it so you can locate useful information quickly. They also attend training throughout the course of their employment.

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Batukarma, 21st Century Latin-Spired Musica, Free Entry
Saturday, 25th January 2014
The CLF Art Cafe @ The Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane, Peckham, SE15 4ST
Sat Jan 25, The Free Entry Batukarma returns for its last Saturday bi-monthly slot

21st Century latin-spired Musica

The tastiest toughest beats from across the planet

Latin House, Breaks and Bass [with taste] served with a side of Retro-Audio-Mace in your face

Beautifully Dangerous New Latin-spired joints Dropped by Zonk Resident Jazzheadchronic [South London Soul Train], Martin Sage, Mock The DJ and ... we are really truly excited to welcome back LIVE The Audio Brother of Jazzheadchronic, CLF Co-founder / One of the Worlds Leading Acousti-lectric Drummers and Producers Inna-Most Marque Gilmore [Drum FM, Black Rock Coalition, Project 23, Omar Sosa] performing Live

A one man sonic soundscape taking you to planet hot damn and how

An audio treat that you absolutely will never forget

This ain't hype

This is for real

If you think you know what a Drummer is??? Check this man Live

True 21st Soul

Simply Mind Blowing!!!!

Be warned, this ain't no Salsa club

This one's all about the 21st century fusion of it all

100% Latin-spired groove and bass - Loud, live, fast and direct in yoh face and direct to the dance floor

Ohhhh Frikkin Yah

Event runs 10pm - 5am - Admission free, the last Saturday Bi-Monthly.


The Polish Ambassador
1015 Folsom, 1015 Folsom St.,
featuring visual by Liminus along with with Phaeleh, DJ Vadim, Little people and a special appearance by Wildlight For the Polish Ambassador project, born on the richly-colored streets of Chicago and San Francisco, infectious melody is paramount. However, this never overshadows the depth and harmonic complexity that have made the Ambassador a favorite amongst festival curators and beat aficionados worldwide. Over the course of 6 years, his sound has dipped and swirled through a staggering range of styles, with each album exploring uncharted sonic territory. Warm, analogue dreamwave; mind-altering glitch; world-infused groove; bass-fueled breaks; sexified down-tempo; electric lullabies; and psy-fi funk are just a few of the genres that have poured from the Ambassador?s soul into earbuds and ghetto-blasters across the galaxy. Despite the political connotations of his name, the Ambassador is not a political partisan. Rather, he is a diplomat for a new paradigm rooted in creative joy, radical self-expression, and ecological principles. As part of this mission, the Ambassador has committed to carbon-neutral touring, instigating exploratory dance, and igniting fan participation. Flanked on the Ambassador?s left is visual artist Liminus, a master of translating dynamic, sonic landscapes into breathtaking video projection. Liminus?s improvisational abilities are a perfect complement to the Ambassador?s custom-tailored audio transmission, and his presence on stage allows for an audio/visual synergy rarely witnessed in electronic music performance. Together, the duo will take you on a voyage that leaves you drenched in sweat, with a smile slapped on your face, and a heart busted wide open.


Ill Biz meets Caribbean Nice Up
Distillery, Kurt-Eisner-Strae 108a, Leipzig, D-04275
Upstairs dubstep , dubwise , jungle , breaks , dubIllbilly Hitec ft. Chando & Tribuman - Live (Echo Beach)
Symbiz Sound - Live (Mg 77 , Berlin , Braunschweig)
Selecta EL P (Vibes Ambassadors)
J.SN (Break out! , Leipzig)

Downstairs dancehall , reggae , r'n'bKid Gringo (Heckert Empire)
Mr. Dagga (Caribbean Nice Up)

Start 23:30

Disco Techa Featuring DJ Undakova, Hosted by Disco Mike
Leftfield, 87 Ludlow St., New York
Leftfield, Wed, Sep 25 1:00a

From New York City comes a DJ that refuses to be caged under any category. His music ranges from disco, funk and breaks, to classic dance tracks smoothly mixed with his own creations. His sets fill the dance floor air with Latin beats, Reggae and Inspirational Hip Hop so effortlessly, the music is like smoke from different scented candles mixing in the air: you taste and smell them all at once but can?t tell them apart. U.N.D.A.K.O.V.A.?s superb musical taste, appreciation for all danceable rhythms and great artistic sensitivity, makes him a unique DJ that moves the crowd. Check out live mixes at: DJundakova.com


'Contact' Drum Bass Nights At The Lucky Dog Every Sunday at Lucky Dog Music Hall, Sun, Sep 29 9:00p
Lucky Dog Music Hall, 89 Green St.,
'Contact' Drum Bass nights at The Lucky Dog Every SUNDAY. $5 Public Woo Card: Swipe for points today College Woo Card: Swipe for points today Website: Contact. A brand new night coming to Worcester, Ma in July. We truly believe life is better somewhere around 87 bpm, and we're keen on sharing that with you. We've got a lot going on in our first year, so stick around, we're coming for you. Description To make a long story short, Contact is the brainchild of a few of the most seasoned and well known DJs and producers in the area, and they've decided Worcester needed a grown up night. Brought to you by Flex mgmt, Contact believes there's nothing better on earth than some good dnb and breaks, so that's what we've decided to do. Catering solely to the 21 crowd, you can be assured there are no silly antics here. No themes, or foam, or gimmicks. Just serious, heavy, grinding drum and bass, every single week. We've already got massive things planned and huge artists booked to come make your feet go from literally across the world. CONTACT. Because life is better at 87bpm. The Lucky Dog Music Hall, 89 Green St. Worcester, Ma 01604. All Shows are 21 unless otherwise noted.


Mr Scruff Kiu Keep It Unreal Nye 2013

Strictly 18 years and over!

Please note - Attenders may be subject to security searches upon entry

Ding dong! Mr Scruff keeps it unreal on NYE and counts down on the dancefloor to the big bell and beyond with an all night set of heavy soul, hip hop, jazz, reggae, deephouse, disco, afro, latin, breaks, dubstep, funk selections from 9.30pm 'til 4am!


7 months ago
Events • Clipping (ex-Captain Ahab

€“ CLIPPING. (us/subpop)
€“ TERUGKLAP (nl/clone, lomechanik)
€“ RUWEDATA (nl/lowriders)
noisy hiphop, critical beats & breaks

location: RoodkapjeTeilingerstraat 128, Rotterdamstart: 20:30 / curfew: 01:00damage: 6 euro

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clipping. (sic) bevindt zich op het snijpunt van hiphop en noise. Echt alternatieve hiphop bestaat niet eerst sinds de komst van Death Grips. Artiesten als Techno Animal, Ice (Kevin Martin / Justin Broadrick), Antipop Consortium, Dälek, Sensational of Steve Hive (Patric Catani) sloegen de oplettende luisteraar al eerder om de oren met eigenzinnige, lawaaierige hiphop. Met clipping. zijn we nu een frisse variant rijker. Het trio bestaande uit de messcherpe tong van MC Daveed Diggs en de getalenteerde producers Jonathan Snipes (ex- CAPTAIN AHAB) en William Huston (RALE) stuurt haar muziek graag in 't rood aan, maar doen dat met finesse. Enige optreden in NL! Het Amsterdamse Terugklap hoeft zich niet te verschuilen achter de kunsten van clipping. De door hiphop, house en bass muziek geïnspireerde, stotterende beats en breaks van Terugklap zijn te omschrijven als de beste in-your-face beat tovenarij die er momenteel in Nederland te horen is. Hij heeft prachtplaten uit op Clone en Nijmegen's Lomechanik. Verdere muzikale omlijsting is handen van Ruwedata (Lowriders).

CLIPPING. (us / subpop)
Formed in 2009, clipping. make music at the intersection of rap, musique concrète and noise. With tracks crafted by minimalist noise artist William Hutson (RALE) and film soundtrack composer Jonathan Snipes (also ex-CAPTAIN AHAB), they are not only capturing this level of threat and agitation, but also the cinematic barrenness of sprawling cement, fields of litter, and endless trees with every branch chopped off and painted black. Front man Daveed Diggs is not just quick with his words, but incredibly precise. He brings out the rhythm of the seemingly rhythmless. He punctuates melodies made out of negative space. Yes, they know about noise. But this is HIP HOP.

TERUGKLAP (nl / clone, lomechanik)
The beats and breaks of this young man are easily among the most impressive currently made in Holland. Amsterdam based Terugklap aka Sander Haakman sometimes deliberately dissects his in-your-face beat wizardry into stuttering conondrums of sound, only to be sewed back together skillfully when he pleases. Terugklap get's his cues from hip-hop, house, bass-music to household kitchenware and gardening tools. He has released a handful of high quality releases on Clone Records and Nijmegen's Lomechanik. His carefully composed chaos will twist your mind but keep your body moving.
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7 months ago
Afterlife DnB presents HELLoween!
The gladstone hotel
Afterlife Drum and Bass presents?

Afterlife HELLOWEEN ?all HELL breaks loose?!

Thursday 31st Oc tober 2013 - 8pm to 2am - Gladston e Hotel.

Join us in the depths of the Gladstone dungeon for our spe cial ?ALL HELL? edition. The b east has been unleashed for a nigh t of hard hitting - ear destroying - horrible heavy music!

Hard Dr um n' Bass, Breakcore, Hardcore, T errorcore!

Featuring demon skelek tas:

BlackoutDouble RobinAlex B .
AlkemySam Da ChemistMelt Unit BINTMad CowDrainbamageHatenoiZe

Certain noise terror will be emi tted from the monster of aural dom ination, the allmighty ?DSS? s ound system!

Dress code: Evil


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