Saturday, August 21, 2010



B. Rich (aka Barrett Richards) of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is one of America's welcome purveyors of bass-heavy club music. After growing up with a love of hip hop he got into producing and DJ at a young age while being influenced by early 90s rave and dance artists such as Moby, Altern-8 and The Prodigy. Now with over 15 years of experience he is performing regularly throughout North America with one European tour under his belt and a world tour later this year.
With an a strong ability to read a crowd his sets are known to fly all over the map. They can go between house, bassline, funky, garage and dubstep all with a unifying element: huge low end frequencies. When behind the tables he shows the signs of an artist and performer who truly loves their work.
He has become a much sought after remixer for various styles, ranging from big dubstep club bangers to percussive and bass heavy 4/4 dance floor hits. His crisp production style has been shared with labels such as Ultra Records, Ministry of Sound, Scion A/V and Palms Out Sounds. Whether it's at the club or on BBC Radio 1, you can hear his tracks being played and supported by some of the heaviest selectors and tastemakers across the world.

JUBILEE - Flashing Lights / Nightshifters

With podcasts for XLR8R under her belt, a DJ set for New Yorker Festival for their ‘Spotlight on Brooklyn’ segment, Jubilee has spread her sparks across the globe in far away lands such as Bucharest, Berlin, London and Reykvavik. In New York, she has played along side heavy hitters like Drop The Lime, The Juan Maclean, Simian Mobile Disco, Digitalism, Jokers of the Scene and Green Velvet. And as the lady who exported Rave Juice to New York’s underground party scene, validating Discobelle to dub her as ‘the most amazing lady in NYC’. Jubilee continues to throw her sass to the dance music flame; effortlessly expanding her talents, letting no one get in her way.

UDACHI - Party Like Us / Trouble and Bass

with releases including "Jelly Roll" on Trouble and Bass and a remix of Audio Bullys’ "Dope Fiend" alongside the legendary Tommie Sunshine, which DMC Magazine proclaimed "could be the killer remix of 2009." “Dope Fiend” also made rounds on Kissy Sell Outs radio show on BBC, as well as in the Jack Beats Fabric Live mix, and Udachi's premiere remix of AC Slater's "Jack got Jacked" was licensed on the compilation "Relax It Won't Hurt" mixed by Tommie Sunshine on Ultra Records. In addition to a these releases, Udachi has played a slew of DJ sets with artists such as Mightyfools, Bart B More, Drop The Lime, AC Slater, Tittsworth, B. Rich, Deathface, Paserock, Foamo, and Starkey, just to name a few.

In early 2010, Udachi released the uprock smash single "P-Funk Skank" with remixes by the likes of Nadastrom, B. Rich, Costello, Dave Nada and Ricorb, and his current material includes an EP in the works for Palms Out Sound, a heavy bass remix of Rico Tubb's "It Gets No Better", a remix of "We Own The Sky" by M83 (a repeat #1 on Hype Machine’s Daily Most Popular Tracks), and a single alongside Jess Jubilee (“Paypur/Smoke Rings”) for the Nighshifters label, complete with a trippy music video, made in collaboration with No Name Brand Film and QuizBowl productions. The video for “Smoke Rings” is a truly epic production made on a tinfoil budget, and entails Udachi and Jubilee on a quest to recover some weed stolen by sneaky aliens, culminating in a major interplanetary dance party. If you haven’t checked this one out yet – you owe it to yourself to get on YouTube right now and scope it out.
Spring 2010 Promo Mix by udachi

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Mayhem - Shadow Law / Ministry of Sound / Argon

Anthony Rotella, aka Mayhem, is a 27 year old dj/producer from Atlanta, GA. Founder of Shadow Law Recordings, featuring cutting edge drum & bass focused heavily on the techy side of drum & bass which has incubated the likes of Sinthetix, Noisia, and Misanthrop; as well as Aesthetics, a brand new imprint with a focus on rising talent across the globe. He's toured across the world, playing extensively in Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Japan, Canada and Puerto Rico in addition to playing regularly across North America. His club night Transit hosted the spectrum of the most respected and upcoming artists in the scene over 3 years in Atlanta. Well known for "Moonway Renegade [Ft Noisia]”, which graced Andy C's Ram Records reaching 1 spots on both Radio 1 and 1xtra's single of the week charts in addition to hitting 2 on the official UK dance charts; "Exodus [Ft Noisia]",which saw the 1st collaboration with legendary Hip Hop MC KRS-1 in Drum + Bass Music in over 10 years since the seminal "Digital" was produced with Goldie; “Choke [Ft Noisia]” which saw the first vocal appearance of MC Verse; his rework of Meat Beat Manifesto's “Helter Skelter” alongside Evol Intent commissioned especially for Diselboy's most recent album “Substance D”' and “Broken Sword [Ft Evol Intent and Thinktank]”, which is featured on EA Games Need For Speed: Most Wanted. His recordings have spawned releases on Obsessions, Citrus, Vision Recordings, Ram Records, Subtitles Music, Human Imprint, Evol Intent Recordings, Redlight Records, Nerve Recordings, Full Force Recordings, Ministry Of Sound, Project 51 Records, Black Sun Empire Recordings, and the list is ever growing. Currently Mayhem is working on his debut LP entitled “Into Oblivion”, producing Dubstep records for Subway Recordings and Argon Records, as well as Electro/Nu Disco records for Le Castle Vania's Always Never imprint under the alias Rrrump.

With local support by Dave Betamax from SMUT and BASS

Gear by: Bass Love

Photography by: Miami Mayhem

168 Southeast 1st Street Miami, FL 33131-1403

$20 door / $15 with RSVP before one
Free til 11:30
18+ to enter *Bring ID*
Doors Open 11PM – 4AM
Wear your Miami Dubstep T shirt and get $5 off admission!

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