[MCR] EXODUS vs BASS CAMP – FRI 18th SEPT w/ LOEFAH, POKES

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[MCR] EXODUS vs BASS CAMP – FRI 18th SEPT w/ LOEFAH, POKES

Postby whatevertheweatheruk » 29 Aug 2009 11:37

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EXODUS & BASS CAMP present…
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http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=1 ... 792&ref=mf
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@ MOHO LIVE, TIB ST, MANCHESTER, M4 1LN
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ROOM 1 – EXODUS vs BASS CAMP

A very special union indeed - Exodus - the UK’s biggest Dubstep event teams up once again with Manchester’s very own originators Bass Camp to bring you the most heavyweight soundsystem showcase in the North West. Bringing the crystal-clear gargantuan Dub-bass will be Nottingham’s finest - Sweet Potato Soundsystem!

LOEFAH & SGT POKES - (DMZ / SWAMP 81)

Two of the pioneering fathers of the Dubstep sound, Loefah and Sgt Pokes come to grace Bass Camp for the 1st time since 2006. Loefah continues to test systems with his distinctive sound through his new Swamp 81 imprint which features releases from Kryptic Minds and Skream. Consistently voted the best host in the scene, Sgt Pokes brings his Jungle pedigree to the table and never fails to hype up the dance.
http://www.myspace.com/loefah
http://www.myspace.com/sgtpokes

YOUNGSTA & SP:MC - (FWD / TEMPA)

Rinse FM’s Youngsta has been a force in the garage scene since age 13, a resident at FWD>> and one of the most technically gifted DJs on the circuit. Performing alongside him will be SP:MC, an accomplished producer in his own right, SP is also the host of choice for the likes of Breakage, D-Bridge and Friction.
http://www.myspace.com/theyoungsta
http://www.myspace.com/spemcee

KROMESTAR - (DUB STAR / DEEP MEDI MUSIK / FANTASTIC 3)
Dubstep’s most prolific producer already with two LPs to his name, makes a welcome return to Bass Camp. Responsible for the classic Kalawanji / Surgery (medi 01), Kromestar’s extensive back catalogue on practically every label in the scene is always of a consistently high quality, expect fresh dubs all the way.
http://www.myspace.com/iron_soul_aka_kromestar

EXODUS - (SUBDUB / OUTLOOK FESTIVAL)
Arguably the main driving force behind the progression of Dub music in the UK, Exodus is himself the founder of Sub Dub, Outlook Festival, Tribe Records and of course the Exodus event. From Roots to Dancehall to modern Dubstep bangers, his sets are always varied and expertly crafted.
http://www.myspace.com/exodusuk

KEN EVIL - (WHP / APE / BASS CAMP)
The first person to bring Dubstep to the Manchester masses and resident at Ape and the Warehouse Project. Mr Evil has established himself as one of the city’s most popular DJs with his own productions underway alongside Fibre of Kingdom Records.
http://www.myspace.com/ken_evil

SUBLIMINAL - (SUBSONIK / BASS CAMP)
Bass Camp’s resident host and founder of Subsonik Records, Subliminal has been instrumental in pushing new talent to the forefront of the scene and has hosted for some of its finest. Subz 006 from Cluekid is out now with previous releases from Biome, G-Man and Serantis.
http://www.myspace.com/subsonikrecords

+ SWEET POTATO SOUNDSYSTEM + DECOR


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ROOM 2 – WHATEVER THE WEATHER

Bringing an eclectic mix of Soul-driven dancefloor shakers, expect everything from Jazz to Jungle thrown into the mix. Watch out for forthcoming Whatever the Weather ‘Born Again’ release featuring Ghetto, 16Bit and Indigo!

KWASI ASANTE - (FRIENDS & FAMILY)

Heavyweight percussionist, host and vibes provider. Ever smiling, Kwasi is a Manchester legend and has worked with Mungo's Hi-Fi, Freedom Masses, C-Charge, Urban Cookie Collective and Suns of Arqa amongst others.
http://www.myspace.com/kwasiasante

FRITZ TREASON - (WTW / BLACK ACRE / HEMLOCK)
When he’s not guzzling bratwurst or plotting to invade Europe, Herr Treason can be found constructing highly innovative and abstract mixes. From Bjork to Pangaea to Ella Fitzgerald, Fritz’s selections represent the Whatever the Weather philosophy perfectly.
http://www.myspace.com/fmfandreason

DRAGO - (WTW)

Our new resident, Drago combines live production and remixing with a wide range a tracks from Zomby to Buraka Som Sistema to The String Quartet. Electronic meets organic to create dancefloor carnage. Download a recent Drago mix from the link below that includes tracks from the likes of Daft Punk, DJ Zinc and 16Bit.
http://www.zshare.net/audio/587428941157d005/

BANE - (WTW / EASTERN BLOC)

The highly-technical deadpan fountain of musical knowledge himself.
http://www.myspace.com/jimthebane

CBD b2b AMURE - (WTW)

Absolute skank-out Jungle business, not suitable for fass-bags.
http://www.myspace.co/whatevertheweatheruk

+ GASH SOUNDSYSTEM


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TICKET INFO:
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£8 adv (with no booking fee) from Dr Hermans, Northern Quarter
£8 adv + booking fee from Eastern Bloc, Gaffs and Ticketline - http://www.ticketline.co.uk/artist/exodus-vs-bass-camp
£9 Bass Camp members guestlist (list names on event group wall by 5pm on the day) - http://www.facebook.com/groups.php?ref= ... 5748445768
£10 on the door before midnight

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LINKS:
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Exodus facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=1 ... &ref=share
Bass Camp facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/groups.php?ref= ... 5748445768
Whatever the Weather facebook group: http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2255512093&ref=ts
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Postby whatevertheweatheruk » 07 Sep 2009 00:25

In Room 2, you will be able to catch Whatever the Weather resident CBD playing a specially prepared twisted jungle set.

And for those that attended our recent Circus of Oddites event, here’s CBD in his clam get-up!

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The first big event of the new term… it’s on!
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Postby whatevertheweatheruk » 16 Sep 2009 22:06

This Friday (18th Sept)…

Gonna be rowdy!
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