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BOXFRESH presents Toddla T x The Tuesday Club
Friday 28th March 2014
BOXFRESH presents
Toddla T x The Tuesday Club: It?s A Sheffield Thing!
Friday 28th March
11pm-4amSheffield Student UnionWestern Bank, Sheffield S10 2TG

On Friday 28th March, Boxfresh rolls into Sheffield with its 25th birthday celebrations for the next installment of the immense ?25? series of events. Boxfresh presents: Toddla T x The Tuesday Club: It?s a Sheffield Thing, the first in a series of events entitled ?It?s a Boxfresh Thing?, brings together an all-star party lineup.

Boxfresh presents a one-off party across two rooms of the Sheffield University Union. Room 1 is curated by Sheffield?s own Toddla T, where, accompanied by MC DRS, he leads a lineup that alongside the legendary Shy FX, bass party DJ and producer Mele and underground duo Jus Now.

Room 2 is curated by The Tuesday Club ? known for their work on Parklife, Soundwave, Outlook and Dimensions festivals, and their incredible line-ups. For It?s a Sheffield Thing they bring Nightslugs don Bok Bok, the evolutionary Flako and The Tuesday Club resident Andy H to the party.

Room 1 (hosted by Toddla T)
Toddla T + MC DRSShy FX + MC GQMele feat. Slick DonJus Now (DJ set) + Serocee

Room 2 (hosted by The Tuesday Club)
Bok Bok
Andy H

This year Boxfresh, one of the UK?s most iconic street wear brands, celebrates its 25th anniversary with an incredible line up of 25 events. The celebrations kicked off earlier this year with a headline photography competition to become the official Boxfresh photographer, entitled One Shot. Next, Boxfresh took London to Berlin during Berlin Fashion Week with a classic, garage rave at infamous clubbing mecca, Kantine am Berghain, where MJ Cole, Wookie, Alexander Nut, Eliphino and local Berlin DJ Red Rack?em all took to the decks.

Still to come from Boxfresh?s 25 is a radio station takeover, talks and performances from some of the UK?s leading musical talents and many more amazing artist collaborations?.

£8 (early bird) SOLD OUTTickets: £10 / £12 / £15tickets.sheffieldstudentsunion.com/ents/event/6101/

For more information on Boxfresh go to www.boxfresh.comFor more information on Toddla T go to http://www.toddlat.comFor more information on The Tuesday Club go to www.tuesday-club.co.uk#sheffieldthing

iBreaks Bass 018 - WAVEWHORE - 'Take The Dancefloor' EP

Out now on iBreaks Bass!!

WAVEWHORE - "Take The Dancefloor" / "Work It Out" - iBreaks Bass (IBREAKSBA01<img class=" />

iBreaks Bass brings you the hefty nu-jungle breaks sound of New York City based Wavewhore, who drops a ton of bpms and bass on this two-track EP. Take The Dancefloor kicks off the proceedings with some dancehall vibes and ragga MC stabs before dropping a massive hooky bassline directly into your ears. Plenty of classic breakbeats rear their head throughout the rolling original beats. Work It Out goes all Amen on us taking you right back to the early hardcore days, especially when backed up with some rave-esque stabs and a warped bassline. This one's definitely built for the big systems, fuelled by big breaks and high energy bass and synth sections.

Exclusive Release Date: Feb. 3, 2014 (only at http://www.ibreaks.co.uk)
Official Release Date: Feb. 10, 2014 (at all stores)

Early support from Aquasky, FreQ Nasty, The Autobots, BreaksMafia, Farace, Paul BassRock, Wes Smith (Juice), Ceos (Downbeat), Llupa and many more!!

Soundcloud Preview: http://soundcloud.com/wavewhore/sets/wavewhore-take-the-dancefloor

For more information about Wavewhore, visit: http://www.facebook.com/wavebreaks

Chillin Music Presents Pezzner at Studio 200 (east lot), Fri, Apr 25 8:00p
25th April 2014
Studio 200 (east lot), 200 E. Washington St.,
|| District || Milwaukee's Friday night get together featuring a diverse assortment of electronic music, curated from some of Milwaukee's best promoters and collectives Celebrating 10 years of Chillin Music Friday April 25, 2014 | Studio 200 Chillin Music presents: ? Pezzner (Seattle) Chillin, Systematic, Crosstown Rebels http://soundcloud.com/pezzner http://residentadvisor.net/dj/pezzner http://facebook.com/pezzner http://twitter.com/Pezzner ? Rob Slac (Orlando) Chillin, Om, moodmusic http://soundcloud.com/robslac http://facebook.com/SlacAttack http://residentadvisor.net/dj/robslac ? John Stuart (Milwaukee) Chillin, 360five http://facebook.com/360five http://mixcloud.com/JohnStuart/ http://twitter.com/360five ? Carrick (Madison) Foshizzle Family http://soundcloud.com/kylesapien http://facebook.com/kyleSapien on the patio.. ? Frequency Theives (Milwaukee) Milwaukee Noize Collective http://facebook.com/frequencythieves http://facebook.com/milwaukeenoizecollective http://soundcloud.com/frequencythieves ? Uv (Milwaukee) Bass Asylum, Mke DNB, Flying Lions http://mixcloud.com/UV/ http://soundcloud.com/ultra-vio-late http:/facebook.com/djuvtek ? Megz (Milwaukee) Outlawed Producitons, Better Breakbeat Beaureau http://facebook.com/megan.macafee 21+ | Doors 8pm $3 PBR Tall Boys | $5 Tall Pinnacle Vodka Mixers (until 12:30am) Feelin Social? http://apart-music.com/ http://facebook.com/standapart http://twitter.com/apart_music When it comes to eclecticism, no other electronic musician can replicate the sheer ingenuity that American producer David Pezzner invokes within his mosaic compositions. Hailing from Seattle?s enlightened indie-music scene, the multifarious studio mogul has steadily supplied a series of notable releases since the early 90s. After initially fulfilling career ventures as one half of classic house outfit Jacob London, his sights have recently shifted towards a more independent musical outlet: his prolific solo project, Pezzner. Unhindered by the industry?s often-scrupulous guidelines, David?s artistic reinvention (under his newest production moniker) has amassed considerable acclaim in light of its obstinate diversity ? exploring a kaleidoscopic assortment of styles and sounds. Early in November, Pezzner proudly premiered his sophomore full-length artist album, ?Last Night In Utopia?. Fittingly hosted via Marc Romboy?s legendary Systematic Recordings imprint, the 15-track assemblage readily exemplifies Pezzner?s ongoing stylistic expansions. Featuring an extensive inventory of electronic music genres, subgenres, and hybrid-genres, his latest auditory artwork shares but one underlying similarity: pristine quality. While some critics remain dispassionate towards the more exploratory ends of the musical spectrum, the eloquently crafted ?Last Night In Utopia? still merits an undeniable appreciation on behalf of its listeners. Continuing his trajectory into 2014, David follows suit with his strongest release to date on the the decade strong, Crosstown Rebels. This time Pezzner teams up with Italian/Egyptian co-producer, Amina and B-side remix by Hotflush label boss Scuba. Earlier works by Pezzner repeat this same pattern: Dance music for the brain as well as the body. His 2010, LP for Freerange Records ?The Tracks Are Alive? is a 13 track walk through of his electro/organic sounding style, in full dance-floor mode traversing with ease between disco, house and techno. Beatportal wax lyrical how it ?blows like a cool breeze through the stale air of a market crowded with by-the-numbers deep house? and Resident Advisor note the ?rising, sizzling dub effects? of his ?Blacklist? release, adding ?a steeliness to his refined contours?. 5 Magazine coins Pezzner?s work as ?Future classics made for dance floors in the here and now?, while Ibiza Voice describes it as ?Lush and tense with a transcendental twist?. Club shows abound not only in Europe, Pezzner?s live shows and DJ sets regularly move the dance floors of some of the most renowned venues including Space Ibiza, Rex Club in Paris, Womb Tokyo, Fabric London, Cielo New York, and Chicago?s famed Smartbar.


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