HUGE FRESHERS WEEK PARTY WITH A.SKILLZ & MORE
To kick start our new Lowdown season we welcome back the scratch master A.skillz, to the decks alongside Electro supremo Far Too Loud and Black Butter Records new signing – Woz! This event will cover all aspects of bass injected dance music, from Breakbeat, Electro, Hip-Hop & Ghetto-Funk, through to Drum & Bass, Garage & House, this Freshers party will be absolutely jumping!
Cementing the line up will be residents Steve Thorpe, Resistance, Mark McIver and Nick Howard.
Record label owner, producer and DJ extraordinaire, A.Skillz’ incredible deck talents fuse funk, soul and hip-hop with D'n'B, dub-step and breaks, all sliced, mashed and cut together with a unique style of scratching and mixing. His reputation as a true party rocker has won him prime-time slots across the world at a ‘who’s who’ of major events.
Far Too Loud:
a.k.a. Oli Cash, has gained a reputation for hi-tech, dancefloor-destroying music that makes people throw their hands in the air and go crazy. Think high-energy, aggressive funk, big basslines, crazy edits, intricate production and you’ll know the sound. Since his first release, back in 2005, things have gone ever upward. Winning “Best Single” at the Breakspoll Awards in 2007 was a huge boost early on and later that year the huge FTL anthem “Play It Loud”, which saw a move from breakbeat into big, dirty electro-house grooves, received a massive response and remains a firm crowd-pleaser to this day. Subsequent chart-smashers including “Bring Back Boogie” and “Megaloud”, and remixes for the likes of Lily Allen and The Crystal Method confirmed Far Too Loud's place among the big guns of electro-house.
Hailing from Bristol, Ash Woz is a relatively newcomer to the dance music scene and is already gaining huge support from the garage and bass music scene. Having just signed to Black Butter Records alongside label mates Rudimental and Gorgon City this talented rising star is definitely one to check out. His bass-laden electro beats and garage flavours have DJs from across the spectrum clamouring after his tunes.
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