Bass binge represents a night of high jinx mischief and unsupervised
shenanigans backed by mindmelting video/lighting effects, UV custom art Displays, and a sound system that could get your grandma into electro.
Expect pounds of greasy breaks mixed with a large portion of coarsely grated electro, drizzled with some funky toppings, and whatever else the DJs decide to throw into the pot
09:00 – 10:00 – Jonny Robotix (WCP)
10:00 – 11:00 – Dublusion (WCP)
11:00 – 12:00 – Jam Jarr (Live
12:00 – 01:00 – Narch (PH Fat)
01:00 – 02:00 – Bruce Willis??
ENTRANCE : ZAR 30
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A spasm of electronic, a shiver of dirty, filthy, salt up your nose kinda bass. Jam Jarr is a glitch-rap duo made up of Soundproof and Waykin Bakaman, and they’re here to tear your eardrums asunder with a cache of tracks ranging from dubstep to glitch-hop, and all the other beat-stops inbetween. Their first EP – Fat Fruit – was released on African Dope Records, and their second – I Am The Danger – is scheduled for release in March. A release on Dutch record label “Subfinity Records” in collaboration with ‘Process Rebel’ is also coming out early 2011.
Jam Jarr is – One producer, one MC, a bag full of death-defying bass and a tongue-lashing rap festival, all taking place in a circus clown car with no shock absorbers. If it’s festivals and clubs you want, they’ve played at a ton: Rezonance, Earthdance, The Tunnels, The Village, (and many other funny names), The Assembly, Fiction, The Cape Town Castle. They’ve gone to Johannesburg, Mossel Bay, Grahamstown… it’s all in there.
NARCH (PH PHAT)
Music producer ,surfer and DJ from Cape Town, South Africa.. For the Love of Glitch Hop, dubstep, Down tempo and Bass music
Bruce Willis?? aka Tyron Kuypers has been around for a couple of years based within the local Cape Town electronic music scene.
Starting off as an electro based Dj back in 2006, Tyron handled majority of the major festivals and events around Cape Town riding on the success of his brand Arcade.
2010 he partnered up with (Michael Hazell) and the founders of (Don’t Party) to realize and implement a shared vision which was to showcase the music and events industry in its full glory from a youth perspective in the form of www.dontparty.tv.
As an artist “Bruce Willis” has cemented himself as a prolific part of the South African electronic music scene and as showman he endeavors to play the crowd and caters to the floor with his tuned ear and love for contemporary music. This has secured him staple and consistent bookings with venues such as, (The Assembly), (Fiction), (Zula Bar), (Mystics in Stellenbosh) and most of the major festivals in South Africa.
“The one main thing I enjoy about watching Bruce Willis?? perform is his energetic stage presents and sick selection of trax…”
“Bruce Willis?? is my favorite Cape Town Drum & Bass DJ”
“By the time Dublusion hit the decks the vibe was electric. Now I’m the type of girl who prefers to not get squashed in the middle of the dance floor but rather jam on the outskirts where there’s a bit more space. But having my guy friends with me on this night I headed into crowd with my brave face on to experience the full vibe. The sound was incredible, the smoke machine made everyone else disappear and Dublusion was insane. I’ve heard him play before but tonight there was a little magic in the air or maybe it was just me standing front and centre. His set was beyond words and made me love Dubstep so much more. I feel like he alone made my night because I have never experienced Dubstep like this before. His definitely a force to be reckoned with.” -Words by Lara Moses from Rubadub 12th Feb, Mercury Live.
JoNNY RoBoTIX has had music in his circuitry since he was sparked to life. Rock and metal inspired him and he programmed himself to play the drums. A brief stint in a high school band followed and that all ended rather badly after the lead singer started to let the principal know exactly how he felt about his recent expulsion.
The Prodigy was the first electronic type of music to grace his auditory circuit boards and because he was mostly well, electronic himself, he fell inlove that very instant. For years he graced the dancefloors of Clublands finest establishments getting his nightly fixes of electronic stimulation.
The rock and metal long forgotten, he still yearned to have control over the music he loved, just as he was able to when thrashing out the drums. So it was not long until his visual sensors where scanning the DJ booths of the clubs he visited. Watching, listening, learning and downloading, all the while doing his, well, robot dance of course.
JoNNY RoBoTIX is a founding member of the Fukk It movement, bringing you the hottest Bass music parties in Cape Town.
He runs the promotional music blog Minimix To The MAX!