1. avatar rudimentary
    SUB PRESSURE - SCUBA IN BELFAST

    Fresh from his residency in Berlin's legendary Berghain nightclub, dubstep pioneer Scuba along with fellow label artist, Sigha, is set to play an exclusive set in Belfast’s top underground venue, The Mangerie on Friday, 13th November courtesy of Rudimentary Records.

    Renowned for his innovative approach, Scuba is a DJ at the forefront of the dubstep/techno alliance. Having fset up the influential 'Hotflush' imprint, he has released tracks by artists such as, Mount Kimbie, Benga, Joy Orbison and Boxcutter. Talking about his label Scuba, aka Paul Rose says ”All we’ve tried to do...is make sure the full spectrum of the music is heard.”

    Scuba’s music often uses unusual sounds, atypical of the dubstep genre. His seminal release, ‘A Mutual Antipathy’ combined massive, wobbling sub-bass, and elements of four to the floor, Basic Channel-style dub techno and was a hit with fans of dubstep and techno alike.

    Support on the night comes from Sigha. London-based newcomer releasing
    tracks on Hotflush, Immerse and Lost Souls. Recently featured on Mary - Anne Hobbs’ Radio One Show.

    Sigha’s sound blends elements of Dubstep, Techno and Minimal in both his productions and his DJ sets. His First Release (Bruised/ Expansions) dropped on Hotflush Two in early 2009.

    Also featuring on the night will be Rudimentary residents who will be celebrating there first release as a newly formed record label, with the first release due November. The Ep will feature tunes from new-comer Yoru.

    Bass hungry steppers will delight in this opportunity to catch some of the best in the business on their home turf. Not to be missed!

    Tickets £7 at the Door.[img:c0622b6ceb]http://www.rudimentaryrecords.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Scuba1-494x700.gif[/img:c0622b6ceb]
  2. avatar Crackity_jones
    Fucking right! Nice one, great venue for it as well.
  3. avatar the dirty weed
    great booking.
    the scuba tracks on box of dubstep were standouts
  4. avatar Crackity_jones
    I haven't heard that much of his stuff, but his recent Fever Ray remix is great.
  5. avatar distracted
    Nice. Should get myself down to this.
  6. avatar rudimentary
    Yeah Fever Ray gear is great, Martyn is on point with his remix too. Scuba has a new release out at the moment and his last on Mick Pressure's (Irish label) Naked Lunch is his finest hour!

    Check it here:
    http://www.boomkat.com/item.cfm?id=235949
  7. avatar rudimentary
    Check out this beastly promo mix for friday 13th, thank to our man Beckett.

    http://soundcloud.com/rudimentaryrecords/hotflush-menagerie-nov-13th-promo
  8. avatar rudimentary
    Fresh from his residency in Berlin's legendary Berghain nightclub, dubstep pioneer Scuba along with fellow label artist, Sigha, is set to play an exclusive set in Belfast’s top underground venue, The Mangerie on Friday, 13th November courtesy of Rudimentary Records.

    Renowned for his innovative approach, Scuba is a DJ at the forefront of the dubstep/techno alliance. Having fset up the influential 'Hotflush' imprint, he has released tracks by artists such as, Mount Kimbie, Benga, Joy Orbison and Boxcutter. Talking about his label Scuba, aka Paul Rose says ”All we’ve tried to do...is make sure the full spectrum of the music is heard.”

    Scuba’s music often uses unusual sounds, atypical of the dubstep genre. His seminal release, ‘A Mutual Antipathy’ combined massive, wobbling sub-bass, and elements of four to the floor, Basic Channel-style dub techno and was a hit with fans of dubstep and techno alike.

    Support on the night comes from Sigha. London-based newcomer releasing
    tracks on Hotflush, Immerse and Lost Souls. Recently featured on Mary - Anne Hobbs’ Radio One Show.

    Sigha’s sound blends elements of Dubstep, Techno and Minimal in both his productions and his DJ sets. His First Release (Bruised/ Expansions) dropped on Hotflush Two in early 2009.

    Also featuring on the night will be Rudimentary residents who will be celebrating there first release as a newly formed record label, with the first release due November. The Ep will feature tunes from new-comer Yoru.

    Bass hungry steppers will delight in this opportunity to catch some of the best in the business on their home turf. Not to be missed!

    Tickets £7 at the Door.
  9. avatar mrginger
    looking forward to this
  10. avatar Crackity_jones
    Same here. Love the Menagerie for this kind of stuff as well (as opposed to Black Box, which is a bitch to fill and sounds balls when empty).
  11. avatar rudimentary
    Yeah should be a good one lads, get down early. £5 before 10.30
  12. avatar InnerCitiesClaud
    Any ideas of stage times or finishing time?

    Cheers