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Dubcult Dub Edition
18 May @ 10:00 pm BST
Dubcult migrates to Bristols favourite small venue Cosies! for an intimate session in all things dub. Expect the unexpected, hear the unheard and open your mind as Dubcult takes an alternative angle to 140 music.
LINE UP ||
Medis – Your resident and introductory host for the night. Playing a selection of roots, steppas and dubstep. She’s always there to set the vibe right
Nakes – Recently featured in Magnetic Magazine as one of the 10 dupstep acts to look out for this year, Nakes is certaintly coming into his own, becoming a respected figure in the scene. Not only has he had some icy releases with the likes of White Peach Records and Siege Collective but also runs his own heavy weight system – The Washing Machine Soundsystem. This is a man with a lot of talents and vibey riddims.
Danny T & Tradesman – Leeds massive. SubDub residents, with a reputation for producing and mixing innovative and modern Reggae music, heavily influenced by the 80’s and 90’s sound of Classic Reggae. We’ve got half the duo down – Danny T, bringing some killer dubplates and a unique sound.
RSD – Phenomenal producer and all round nice guy. Highly respected in the dubstep and reggae scene. With “Jah Way” released on Punch Drunk Records back in 2008, it’s recognised as one of the best dub releases of its time. This man, too often overlooked, has been an essential figure in dubsteps development since its birth.
YOUR HOST ||
Rankin Snoopy – Another bristol favourite hosting for the night, conducting the dance and keeping the energy flowing
£5 ALL NIGHT
ID + A SMILE REQUIRED TO ENTER THE DANCE:))
Double house + mixer : £4.70
Redstripe: £3.30 or 4 for £11
Top shelf spirits, Jager, Dragon Stout n more..
Lara started out at the age of 16 as a blogger, setting up her own platform, MakeItGood which ran for 5 years, featuring mixes and interviews with Dubstep artists in collaboration with FatKidOnFire.
“With over 6 years experience working in music promotion, I feel so glad to be running UKBM again, creating more space for new comers and talented artists. It’s amazing to be able to promote and support Bass culture!”