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Dub Mission with Antiserum, Maneesh the Twister and DJ Sep


Location: Elbo Room (map & info)
Description: Big weekly dub party in the mission brings SF reggae dubstepper Antiserum alongside Surya Dub member Maneesh and DJ Sep.
Date: 2010-02-28
Tickets: $6 at the door

Dub Mission

 

Big Up Sub ft OSC, Djunya, Sam Supa and more


Location: Red Sky Records (map & info)
Description: Huge lineup and everyone that shows up gets a free yearly subscription to Big Up Magazine. Right. Be there.  Also, BYOB so save $ on drinks.
Date: 2010-01-09
Tickets: $20 at the door

 

Mixes for Monday: Kid Simple vs Slevin Dubs


Pair of fresh mixes for today from Seattle’s Kid Simple and St. Louis’s Slevin Dubs. Both are on the harder side of things but bring their own flavor to your ears. First up, Kid Simple:

Kid Simple - ‘09 Promo Mix

Kid Simple has been making innovative, dancefloor oriented productions for time now and to my knowledge this is his first distributed mix.  He’s lately been picked up by Double Drop recordings here in SF and has been included in a bunch of mixes that are floating around, notably Starkey’s FACT mix.  This one is riddled with his own productions, I hope it gets him some deserving notice.

Tracklist (44 mins):
Kid Simple - Fresh Like (Forthcoming Double Drop)
Kid Simple - Where You Left VIP (Forthcoming Double Drop)
Numan - Virgo (Unreleased)
Eskmo - Let Them Sing (Planet Mu)
Rx - Just Ya Nutz (Unreleased)
NTRLD & Thurgood - Magic Pills (Double Drop)
Kid Simple - Simplify (Unreleased)
Kid Simple - Bananas (Shift)
Starkey - Rain City (Forthcoming RWINA)
Kanji Kinetic - Thrill Seeker (Unreleased)
Numan - Squarebot (Unreleased)
Guido - Chakra (Punch Drunk)
Distal - Attempt at Yellow (Unreleased)
Kid Simple - Dripz (Unreleased)
Kid Simple - Yes Or No VIP (Unreleased)
Synkro - Everybody Knows (Smokin’ Sessions)

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Slevin Dubs - Drum Drops & Bass Bombs

Next it’s Slevin Dubs out of St. Louis.  This one comes with tons of crossover tunes, dubstep remixes of everything from Kid Cudi’s Day & Night to Madonna - Music and even Taylor Swift.  Some people love the crossovers, some hate ‘em, you decide:

Tracklist (78 min):

1.   ramadanman - good feeling
2.   the widdler - sunday (bootleg remix)
3.   outrun - 8 bit spliff (original mix)
4.   kid cudi - day n night (the widdler remix)
5.   the widdler - lady dub feat. aaliyah (hd4000 remix)
6.   (slevin dubs mashup) rumble junkie - dope angel (antiserum remix)
+ the widdler - its a fine day (bootleg)
7.   charle p - somewhere over the rainbow remix
8.   amanda blank - i might like you better.. (rusko remix)
9.   (slevin dubs mashup) jay z - big pimpin (purephase &
panda cub remix) +  busta rhymes - woo ha (skirmish remix)
10. the widdler - we ready (bootleg)
11. noah d & babylon system - california style (original mix)
12. skream - lightening
13. boy crisis - dressed to digress (nero remix)
14. the widdler - make it rain (bootleg)
15. testrack - you keep me hanging on remix
16. prodigy - warriors dance (technologik remix)
17. arctic monkeys - crying lightening (aems remix)
18. taylor swift - you’re not sorry (figit! remix)
19. robert miles - children (hxdb remix)
20. dj mujava - township funk ( vip remix)
21. mike snow - black & blue (caspa remix)
22. madonna - music (the builder remix) (slevin dubs sample twist)

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Sam Supa - Dub Machine (Exclusive Mix)


Sam Supa (Brapdem, Grime City, Surefire) described this mix as “a true spectrum of all the Dubstep I play and what is good in music right now” and I have to agree.  Straight out the gates it’s serious with Wachs Lyrical’s “Fear VIP,” but that’s just a foreshadowing of what’s to come as it fades into deeper tunes.  Constantly through the mix Sam is taking you on a journey, in and out of darkness, showcasing various vibes in dance music.  This to me is what makes a good mix, flexing all aspects of music to produce something that cycles in and out of intensity.  I was thinking about this at the recent “Hardly Strictly Bluegrass” festival here in San Francisco where the musicians also used mellow, sparse introductions juxtaposed with more beat-heavy danceable sections to get people in the groove.  I feel like this is fundamental to well-executed dance music and this mix is a very good example.

Highlights of this for me are the intro from Wachs Lyrical, the DJG collaborations with XI and Headhunter, Eprom’s robotic glitchy track “Humanoid,” Eskmo’s bit off the Hypercolor EP (look for more from him soon on Planet Mu), Zeno’s fresh track and a Brapdem signing “Lazer Wolf 2010,” Djunya’s metallic, primal dancehall killer “Full Circle,” and Kozee’s 20,000 leagues deep tune “Sugar Loaf.”  After Kozee comes James Blake’s “Air & Lack Thereof” and this may be the best blend into the track I’ve ever heard, perfect example of going from one vibe to another seamlessly.

Featured in this mix is Skulltrane’s “This One Called Dub,” recently out on MalLabel.  They also distributed a couple free MP3s with this release, fans of the dirty sound should check these out:

Skulltrane - This One Called Dub (HD4000 Remix)

Skulltrane - Mirror Elements

Now for the audio:

Sam Supa - Dub Machine

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Tracklist:

1. Fear VIP - Wachs Lyrical - DUBSAW
2. Synchopath - Dub Fiend - DUB
3. Better With You - DJ Madd - BOKA
4. Putney Says - DJG & XI  - forthcoming SUREFIRE SOUND
5. Dark Entity - Wachs Lyrical  - DUBSAW
6. Twilight - Distance - forthcoming CHESTPLATE
7. Justice - Jakes - forthcoming SIN CITY
8. Guitar Hero - Skream - forthcoming SIN CITY
9. Humanoid - Eprom  - DUB
10. Grit Your Teeth - Kutz  -DUB
11. Pump Action - Chimpo - forthcoming SIN CITY
12. Kamikaze - Antiserum & No Thing  - DUB
13. Dream I’m Flying - Eskmo - ANCESTOR
14. Lazer Wolf 2010 - Zeno - forthcoming BRAP DEM RECORDINGS
15. Work That Box - Jay Bird - KRAKEN
16. Torso - NTRLD & Measure D - DUB
17. This One Called Dub - Skulltrane - MALLABEL MUSIC
18. Under Mi Sensi - 6Blocc & Dread Fox - DUB
19. Friend - Natty King and RedBud (Kush Aurora Remix) - DUB
20. Dub King Killah - Earlyworm (Roommate Remix) - VOLTAGE
21. Dub Spot Riddim - Zed Bias - SIDESTEPPER RECORDINGS
22. Full Circle - Djunya - forthcoming BRAP DEM RECORDINGS
23. How To Move - Sharmaji  - DUB
24. Spacecake - DJG & Headhunter - forthcoming WHEEL & DEAL
25. Sugar Loaf - Kozee - forthcoming BADMAN PRESS
26. Air Lack Thereof - James Blake -  HEMLOCK RECORDINGS
27. Free Me - Matt-U  - SCUM RECORDINGS
28. Bad - L.D. - HYPERDUB

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Reach for the Lazers with Eskmo, Eprom, Ana Sia and many more (massive underground)


Title: Reach for the Lazers with Eskmo, Eprom, Ana Sia and many more (massive underground)
Location: Underground
Description: Another huge lineup from the Redline crew with headliners for days and the night before halloween.
Date: 2009-10-30
Tickets: $20 presales at Red Sky Records

 

DJ Solo - Crush.Kill.Destroy (dubstep turntablism!)


DJ Solo of the Soul Assassins crew (DJ Muggs, Cypress Hill, GZA, etc) down in LA comes with this uniquely styled mixtape in dubstep circles with transitions of cutting and scratching rather than blending.  It fits with the music though cause most of these tunes are intense club riddims that are all about the drop and he cuts straight into it.  Different style, give it a listen.  Hiphop heads will be familiar.  I think it’s damn hype.  Blending of mixing styles like this is exactly what happens when people that like different sorts of music get together and vibe over, well, the music.  Bigup to DJ Solo & the rest of the crew.

As Solo puts it “It’s not the newest, most exclusive tracks, just some hard, bangin beats that get me hype and ready to CRUSH.KILL.DESTROY!“  I gotta agree, strictly heat inside even if some of it is dated, but there are also some Solo blends that spice things up.  Excellent selections regardless of age, put this on in your car when you’re heading to the club. Quick mixing on this too with 30 tracks in 50 minutes. Did I mention hype?

Check the tracklist below and scope out the crew’s site.  Download the mix here.

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Tracklist:

01. The Future – Trolley Snatcha
02. Pro Nails (Rusko Remix) – Kid Sister
03. Goin Back To Cali (intro) – 6Blocc
04. Foes (16bit Fuck Hoes Remix) – Borgore
05. California Style – Babylon System & Antiserum
06. Gullybrook Lane – Joker
07. White Label
08. How I could Just Kill A Man (2-Step) – 6Blocc
09. Where’s My Weed Money – Solo x Rusko x Caspa
10. Trolley Snatcha & Doctor P - March of the Mallards
11. Kick Snare (ft. Youngman) – Crissy Criss
12. Zombie Steppa Nation (Solo Remix) – Solo x Miss Kitten & The Hacker
13. Get Back & Pour Up – Solo x 501 x UGK & Mike Jones
14. Evolution – Benga
15. Bass Fo Ya Face – HavocNdeeD
16. Funhouse – 16bit
17. Take That – Flux Pavillion
18. Ghost – Jayou
19. Murda Sound (Riskotheque Remix) – Bar 9
20. Whitle Label
21. Lady Dub (Original) -The Widdler
22. Burnin – Coki
23. Sensi Samurai – The Widdler
24. Bushido – The Others
25. Bring The Lights Down – Caspa
26. Puppy Phat – Toast
27. Beats In The Basement – Reso
28. Retreat – Datsik
29. Woo – Rusko
30. Blazin/The End – Solo x Zeno x 6Blocc

DJ Solo also did a dubstep edition of his series 40’s and Blunts with 6blocc, Woes, and Darklord of La Dubstep Nostra.  Pretty sick show including live high-grade scratching with dubstep.  I think this is even more dope than the studio mix:

 

DJ Sep and Jason Short with Juakali and DJ Collage on a Mochipet Remix Ting


The heavyweight MCs Juakali and DJ Collage team up with DJ Sep (Daly City Records, Dub Mission) and Jason Short (Auralism) to create two bass heavy reworkings of Mochipet’s “Get Your Whistle Wet.”    The original is totally mutated in this redub such that the only remnants are some cut up vocals and a siren noise.  Abundant bass weight keeps the low end in control with alternate vocal takes from Juakali and DJ Collage.  Fans of L.V., RSD, Antiserum, and Mungo’s Hi Fi should definitely give a listen.  Dubwise!

DJ Sep & Jason Short ft Juakali - Get Your Dub Wet

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DJ Sep & Jason Short ft DJ Collage - Get Your Dub Wet

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This one out today from Daly City Records:

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Trauma with Antiserum, Blackheart, Atos1, and Reclipse


Location: El Rincon (map & info)
Description: Major lineup here for a nice Thursday at El Rincon. Antiserum plays one last show before heading to Australia and New Zealand. Good onya
Date: 2009-09-10
Tickets: $5
 

Red Sky Record Store Opening - MASSIVE lineup all day!


Location: Red Sky (224 7th st)
Description: A new record store is opening run by Bogl & this is the opening celebration. Looks major! Free BBQ, BYOB, open 11am-9pm.
Start Time: 11:00
Date: 2009-07-18
End Time: 21:00
Tickets: No cover :)
 

Dub Mission with Maneesh the Twister and Antiserum


Dub MissionLocation: Elbo Room (map & info)
Description: Should be an excellent fusion of basswise vibes from dub to dubstep and the eclectic, excellent selections from Maneesh. Necessary Sunday night bass therapy.
Date: 2009-07-19
Tickets: $6 at the door