Issue 45 2012

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Issue 45 / 2012 DRUM N BASS / DUBSTEP 41 7 FEED ME WITH TEETH @ ELECTRIC BALLROOM GUESTLIST RECOMMENDS NOISIA Get excited! Feed your dubstep hunger with 'Feed Me Presents With Teeth' on 28th November at Electric Ballroom. Fans of dubstep and electronic dance music are itching to snag a piece of "Feed Me Presents With Teeth". This is a brilliant chance to see English DJ/ producer Jonathon Gooch during his UK tour and his visit to London. Gooch is known for his drum and bass projects from where he goes by his stage name, Spor, and you can catch all his greatest tunes at Electric Ballroom on 28th November. For those who are unfamiliar with Feed Me, he has been responsible for several successful releases on Deadnau5's renowned label, Mau5trap which has been lauded as providing us with some of the best electronic music within the past three years. Feed Me's sound is complimented by the list of artists chosen to perform alongside him in the tour: Skream & Benga, Kill The Noise, Felguk, Alvin Risk to list but a few. Providing tracks that evoke sharp, almost animalistic beats. Ultimately, Feed Me does more than enough to provide his own sound. He uses many samples from the traditional dubstep elements to make his most well known sounds. So this November if you want to experience quality dubstep music in London, make sure you get your With Teeth tickets soon. The Dutch of Nik Roos, Martijn van Sonderen and Thijs de Vlieger, have become, in less than a decade, the masters of the Drum & Bass scene. EVENT REVIEW 1 WAREHOUSE, 1 LABEL, 2 ARCHES From their Groningen studio in the Netherlands, Noisa have developed an unique, emotional and visceral sound which has become their footprint and which producers from all over want for their own projects. Noisia were commissioned to write three tracks for Korn's album The Path of Totality and have written and licensed music to video games, including Devil May Cry 5, Gran Turismo, and SSX Snowboarding. They started releasing material in 2003 under the record labels Blindside and Glasgow based Nerve Recordings, getting the attention of Moving Shadow, They have won numerous awards, notably being voted Best DnB Act three times at the Beatport Music Awards. Noisia have since set up their own record label, Vision which produces their own records as well as the music of other artists such. They released their debut album, Split The Atom in 2010, which features a huge range of styles, and recently Deadmau5 picked it up for a Special Edition re-release on his own mau5trap label. Deadmau5 Recordings highlighted it as his favourite album of the year, and has since developed a creative relationship with the trio that has given birth to the singles 'Tommy's Theme' and 'Could This Be'. Nosia will be appearing in the best festivals across the globe like Coachellao in addition to their own Noisia Invites events in the Nethlands. TOUR SCHEDULE: HIGH CONTRAST London Warehouse Events and Shogun Audio combined unworldly forces on Saturday 20th October for one of the biggest nights in bass this year. With tickets 48 hours, hundreds of folks descended on Great Suffolk Street Warehouse in London Bridge, and I was lucky enough to be one of them. It was my first visit to this truly sick venue; the giant cavernous the ideal dark and grungy atmosphere and the crowds had the freedom to move fairly easily through the two rooms. The line up had created an online fury with its insane range of huge artists featuring Friction, Alix Perez, and space provided many others. Ramping up the pace was Hatcha over in Room 2, whose seminal dubstep sound was blasting through the caverns. It would be wrong not Spectrasoul amongst selling out in SP:MC who was another enormous highlight, pulling out all the stops to keep us hooked, including a fantastic Marka remix. Ed Rush and Optical's pumped out a classic set and you could not fail to get caught up in Chase and Status' DJ set with Rage; rarely have I been part of such an electric crowd. Before the staff descended to attempt to clear the venue (which by then resembled landfill site); The Prototypes closed proceedings brilliantly alongside the ever impressive Linguistics. an underground to mention some seriously warm vibes in here on Saturday, with everyone I met agreeing what an amazing night and atmosphere created. There Shogun were had 13th October @Old Fire Station, Bournemouth 26th October @Miramar Theatre, Milwaukee 23th November @Warehouse Project, Manchester 24th November @HMV Institute, Birmingham

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