|Date:||August 25, 2017|
|Address:||5 Hood Street Hamilton|
BASS FUSION IS BACK
We thought a double headliner wasn’t enough, so we have brought together some of our tastiest tune-toting locals to see the night through as well…
Local support from:
– Snead Place Project
– Logan Clarke
– Joe V
– DJ GT
$5 before midnight ♥
How does this sound bruv?
has been a part of bass culture in the Raglan music scene for more than a decade. A co-founder of the Raglan Sunday Sessions Dubsonic has been dropping fat remixes and mad mash-ups at the Yot Club and Bow St Depot on a regular basis. Never short of a tasty treat or big bass beat his extent and variety cover many genres, often fusing and crafting sounds of past, present and future. A true ambassador of bass culture, Dubsonic has been invited to play with artist including DJ Vadim, JSTAR, Mungoes Hi-Fi, Tiki Taane and at festivals and venues such as Splore, Island Vibe (Aust), Sundaise , Single Fin (Bali) and Miami Marketta.
Auckland based artist, Dub Terminator, has been producing and performing in most electronic genres over the last 10 years. He has now become internationally known for his unique blend of Roots flavoured Dubstep & Future style Reggae. In the last 4 years Dub Terminator has brought big names into his tunes, the likes of: Reality Chant & Natty King, Gappy Ranks, Ragga twins, Dubmatix & Antony B, Conroy Smith, Rhombus & Rodney P, as well as an army of newly recruited Jamaican MC’s. One of his recent releases “Big up Riddim” taken from the compilation Dub Zealand topped to no.1 on the Beatport reggae & dub charts for 3 weeks and stayed in the top 20 for over 3 months, generating radio play for the Dub Terminator in countries all over the globe. Dub Terminator currently has over 100 songs listed on Beatport. His last album “Too Much Killing” successfully combines strong elements of electronic music and brings in influences from “Future Dub”, “Dubstep”, and “Dancehall & Reggae”.The album was recorded over 5 months period, with vocals voiced in JA & riddims created in NZ. Dub Terminator has been touring NZ an abroad constantly showcasing his sound system, mashing up tunes direct from the studio to the stage with a hi-tech live setup. This has enabled the Dub Terminator to bring his live DigiDub & Dubstep,Bass heavy set to the dance floor with a notable crystal clear sound and some of the most heavy and pure Moog bass in the “land of the long white cloud”.
Dub Terminator Has produced 9 Studio Albums on his record label, Soul Island, with the next release ‘Dub Toys’ hitting the online stores soon.
Record Label: Soul Island
The Soul Island story
The Soul Island label was born late 2009 when New Zealand based producer Dub Terminator met with Spain-based producer, Jacobo Miquel (aka High Freequency) who was looking for someone to collaborate with and create remixes for the vocal dubplate recordings he had made with some big Jamaican artists.
High Freequency sent a few initial vocal acapellas by big artists to Dub Terminator, who then laid down some smashing remixes.
The duo then took things a step further, and began sending fresh riddims to other vocalists around the globe for them to write vocals for.
Dub Terminator spent weeks dreaming up and producing the riddims and forwarded them on to High Freequency who then got busy hooking up the artists and booking studios around the globe for the tracks to be recorded in. Once the riddims arrived back to the studio in NZ, it became clear things were all go – it was a real ting! Amazing tracks by amazing artists from Jamaica to Canada, UK to Africa flooded the wires over the next few months.
Dub Terminator finished crafting the tracks with his own distinctive mix of bass heavy roots, dubstep and downbeat. Tunes created with the aim of bringing a fresh new sound to your ears! – a conscious blend of the individual styles and unique cultures brought together by the label.
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Known for taking his crowds on an up lifting heavy bass journey, DJ Jamin-I is a true Bass Culture Lover!
His music selections showcase a great variety of tasteful genres. From sunshine Reggae to Hip hop, Mash ups, Global & Tropical bass; Jamin-I’s years of involvement in the dj/sound system culture and contagious happy vibe are a tribute to his dj/mc career..
Founder and host of New Zealnad’s Raglan Sunday Sessions since 2010; he’s been sharing the stage with artists such as Mad Professor, Johnny Osbourne, Norman Jay, J Star, Mungo’s Hi-Fi and Ragga Twins just to name a few..
Join the Good Times & come check his set at Static on the 25th