Archiv für Dezember 2009

TIEFDRUCK PARTY ZUM NEUEN JAHR!

Das Tiefdruckteam & Dubwars präsentieren Euch den musikalischen Auftakt in das Dubstepjahr 2010:

Freitag, 08. Januar 2010 ab 23:00

Ort:
KLUB K
im Karlstorbahnhof Heidelberg

DJs:

Illtib (zürich//strassbourg / Sens Inverse)
http://www.myspace.com/illtib
Französischer Dubstep Underground / dark and massive vibes / aus dem Hause Sense Inverse!

Pinju (Zoo/BombayBoogie Nighs)
http://pinjubeats.de
Resident der Bombay Boogie Nights und Gastgeber der neuen Partyreihe ZOO!/Dancefloor MashUp Magican!

Norris Norisk (Tiefdruck/Steady Work By Dear Friend)
http://steadywork.de/
Heidelbergs Dubstep Pioneer und Gastgeber der Tiefdruck!

Speciez (Dubwars/Tribalgrooves)
http://myspace.com/dubstepspeciez
Dubwars Member mit neuen Dubs am Start!

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TIEFDRUCK HEIDELBERG

Freitag, 08. Januar 2010
ab 23:00

Ort:
KLUB K
Karlstorbahnhof
Heidelberg
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http://dub-step.de
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„Es ist wie Tiefseetauchen!“
Meditate on bass weight!

Duby Xmas

Die Xmas Dubstep Hymne:

Der Xmas Dubstep Movie:

H*A*T*C*H*A*

hatcha

Interview mit DJ Hatcha auf Knowledge: >>> hier

Musikalische Begleitung bekommt ihr da>>
Hatcha & Doctor P – Kiss FM 091209

No one DJ or indeed producer can claim sole credit for dubstep. But when the history of the genre gets told, no DJ has ever had, or perhaps ever will again have so much influence over the course of the genre as Hatcha. It’s no overstatement to say the entire genre bares his stamp.

Hatcha’s roots seep deep back into late ‘90s UK garage, Croydon and pirate radio. Originally the buyer at the now defunct Big Apple record shop, Hatcha was one of the very first DJs to pick up on the new dark strains of 2step that were being made by local producers like El-B, Artwork and Horsepower at the turn of the millennium. As the producers came into the shop to sell white labels of these niche new sounds, a community arose. The shop began its own label, Big Apple Records and its first release was the dubstep classic “Red” by the shop’s resident producer Artwork. The next releases came from his two protégés, Benga and Skream.

As the garage sounds from south London began to take on their own unique, dark swung direction, it became clear that the nascent scene needed a home. In 2001 Forward>>, dubstep’s founding club, started with Hatcha a resident. It was here he began to up the ante. While other DJs came with a collection of white labels (tracks immanently due for a public release), he arrived with a box of upfront dubplates: unique one-off exclusive tracks. No DJ could test.

Throughout the decade Hatcha’s sets, first on south London pirates then Rinse FM and now Kiss 100, went from strength to strength. His headline slots at Forward>> forged the genre into the form we now know it in. This was in no small part because he had exclusive access to Benga and Skream’s music, before adding three new producers: Mala Digital Mystikz, Coki and Loefah to his arsenal. The destiny of an entire scene lay in his hands, every time he played.

In 2003 he even played a part in naming the genre. Amidst the scene’s key players: the Big Apple camp and Ammunition who ran Forward>> and Tempa, the term “dubstep” (from dubby 2step garage), began being circulated. It appeared in a press release and then on a US magazine cover. Hatcha was then asked to mix the scene’s first compilation that cemented the use of the name: Dubstep Allstars vol 1. He must have done something right: they asked him back to co-mix volume 4.

Since those times Hatcha has gone on to hold down his flagship Kiss 100 show alongside long time MC, Crazy D, DJ across the planet, co-produce with a variety of the scene’s heavyweights and mix compilations such as Ten Tons Heavy for Planet Mu. Catch DJ Hatcha under a weighty system near you sometime soon.

(text von Martin Clark
LDN Winter 2009
www.blackdownsoundboy.blogspot.com)

11. Dez.09: TIEFDRUCK meets DJ ZHAO

TIEFDRUCK HEIDELBERG DUBSTEP DJ ZHAO

TIEFDRUCK HEIDELBERG

DUBSTEP

Freitag, 11. Dezember 2009
ab 23:00

Ort:
KLUB K
im Karlstorbahnhof Heidelberg

Das Tiefdruck Team präsentiert Euch einen weiteren musikalisch vielseitigen Leckerbissen:

DJ ZHAO
(Ngoma Soundsystem)

berlin`s finest international sound selector

Zhao brachte dieses Jahr bereits auf der Fusion die Massen zur Ekstase:
Tanzt euch mit Afro-Futurist Bass Vibrations und International Electronic Grooves in Verzückung – pure dance floor bliss!

Active as dj and sound curator since 2000, Zhao has organized critically acclaimed long running events in the US from Sound Art to Experimental Techno. After starting the Ngoma collective and series of Global Bass parties in Berlin, Zhao has been alternating between countless hours in the studio and performing regularly at festivals and clubs around Europe. Equal parts ethno-musicologist and shaker of booties, Zhao brings unique perspectives and vision to every event, and has shared the stage with artists such as Pan Sonic, Rhythm and Sound, Shackleton, etc. (and on November 19th, Hyperdub recording artist Cooly G).

DJ ZHAO

A unique take on Dubstep: bringing rhythms from South East Asia, Africa, the Middle East, Germany, the Caribbean, etc, and fusing them seamlessly with UK underground sound, Zhao connects ancient tradition and futuristic urban bass. expect a hallucinatory musical journey around the world as soul stirring as it will be surely earth shaking.

ambassador of boom bringing heat from around the world: erasing lines, fusing edges,
reconnecting all mutations, permutations, lost strains, divided strands, and myriad variations of
the deeper-than-we-remember roots from which we all sprung.

Den passenden Rahmen bilden das Tiefdruck Team um Norris Norisk, Speciez und Pinju,
die Euch wie gewohnt Dubstep vom Feinsten servieren werden.

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TIEFDRUCK HEIDELBERG

DJs

Zhao (Ngoma Soundsystem Berlin)

Pinju (Zoo/BombayBoogie Nighs)

Norris Norisk (Tiefdruck/Steady Work By Dear Friend)

Speciez (Dubwars/Tribalgrooves)

Freitag, 11. Dezember 2009
ab 23:00

Ort:
KLUB K
Karlstorbahnhof
Heidelberg
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„Es ist wie Tiefseetauchen!“
Meditate on bass weight!