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08/09/2010 19:20

Reede 10. September 2010 öölokaalis Balou

Septembrikuu saladuslik Search Of Sounds vallutab Basement Lounge’i müstiliste ja madalasageduslike rütmidega, mis mõõdavad südame uueks tempoks 128-138 lööki minutis. Sea oma retseptorid valmis ning ahheta, kuidas üksteist täiustavad deep house, funky techno, broken beat, UK funky. See on spektaakel, mille tunnistajaks Sa tahad olla. Obey the Mask!

Madis Nestor (BiiT)

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Pilet: enne 00:00 75/100 pärast 100/125
Uksed: 23:00

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Brainmath / Ramp Recordings / Numbers / Young Turks


Neither a fan of vowels (his moniker is short for "subtract", albeit spelled with a "k") nor disclosure about his true identity, SBTRKT is a mysterious and anonymous producer/performer based in London setting out on his own glitch-filled, tripped-out solo career. Hiding his identity behind a rope-dreadlocked African tribal mask, SBTRKT appeared during last year’s blizzard of post-genre ear-bending bass music, with Mary Anne Hobbs soon labeling him "one of the freshest and most promising young players I’ve heard all year", highlighting that fact with a mix of almost all exclusive dubplates. Appearances for Skream’s Rinse show and Gilles Peterson followed.

SBTRKT's rise has been meteoric. Just 18 months ago, he was on nobody's radar, and now a flurry of high profile remixes and remarkably produced solo outings on the Brainmath and Young Turks imprints have propelled him to the forefront of the UK bass music scene. Though his success has not been overnight- it has taken him the best part of 10 years of graft to perfect his skills, he's also blessed with the fortune of good timing, emerging as London pirate radio began coalescing around the UK funky, crack house, and the Circle & Night Slugs camps; his sound, while rooted in his original inspirations, feels utterly 2010.

Perhaps best known for his 2020 EP, which blurred the lines between deep house, funky techno, broken beat and UK funky over four tracks, but he first appeared with a white label future garage mash-up of Goldie's "Timeless" and "Inner City Life." Basement Jaxx were early fans, commissioning him to remix the Kelis-fronted "Scars" into a skippily hyperactive bass-heavy banger, and he's since gone on to rerub the likes of José James, Modeselektor, Portico Quartet, Fantastic Mr Fox and even UK pop grime artist Tinie Tempah. Such is his hype, he's currently having to turn down remixes and keep music off air because "things end up on YouTube within an hour or being on radio!"

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