Since summer 2010, Bass 99 has rocked Bournemouth with fat beats, party vibes and massive bass. On Saturday 21st May, you can catch us again bringing you some serious bassline business.
Location: Dusk Till Dawn, 205 Old Christchurch Road, BH1 1JU (01202 551 681)
Date: Saturday, 23rd Apr 2011 / 11pm – Late
Music Policy: Ghetto Funk, Breaks, Bass, Dubstep & DnB
Door Tax: Free B4 Midnight
Drink Offers: £2.50 on ALL drinks b4 Midnight / £1.50 Shots
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Downstairs (Ghetto Funk, Breaks, Drum & Bass, Dubstep)
11:00 – 01:00 Cockney Nutjob (Ghetto Funk, Breaks)
01:00 – 02:00 Bubaking (Breaks, Dubstep & Jungle Breaks)
02:00 – 03:00 The Audio Surgeon (Dubstep)
03:00 – 04:00 Bubaking (Drum & Bass)
* * * * * Hosted by Rai Man MC * * * * *
Upstairs (Club Classics, Electro, House)
10:00 – 04:00 TBC
Info on DJ’s:
The Audio Surgeon
Emerging from the underground in late 2010, and on track to completely rip, tear and cut up the scene this summer. The appropriately named Audio Surgeon, will let loose on your ears like the surgeon he makes out to be, cutting up the beats and injecting the bass. Currently studying In Bournemouth and starting to produce his own tracks, for release later this year. (Although this doesn’t distract him from tearing it up in town, with his Skank Out or Get Out ethos.)
As well as studying in the seaside town he’s also a local; And knows how to get the party going, and the people moving. With his expertise in Heavy Dubstep, DnB and Dutty Basslines don’t expect anything other than wobbles and wob’s, all tied together with his unique style and healthy serving of double drops!
The breakbeat equivalent of little & large have not looked back with infamous Mix CDs, Radio 1 Mini mix for Annie Mac, Burgers & Beats Radio Show on Brap.fm, NSB and Nu Breaks, Cheeky Booties and a string of festival appearances.
Buba started playing in the Big Beat and Speed Garage days of 1996, his style fuses Hip House & Breakbeats with a cheeky old skool twist! As well as hosting his own shows on Bournemouths K1-FM, he is a regular fav on the south coast circuit spinning breaks & beats along side classic dance tracks.
Eclectic is perhaps the wrong word to describe Jason’s DJ style, he grew up on blockparty and daisy age Hip Hop, James Brown and Big Beat.
His sets are a mash up of Hip Hop, Funk, Breakbeat with retro soundtracks and DnB. His 4yr + Residency at The Consortium (Bournemouth) was testament and secured his infamous reputation! Self-confessing to owning one of the best and worst record collections of many. King, already choice resident for Rogue Beats introduced Buba into the frame, a Mix tape and swift handshake saw him too enlisted on the roster. Predominantly rocking the crowds in their own unique styles, one alcohol-fuelled night led the two to join arms. Having never practiced together, working 4 decks and 2 cd players across 2 mixers proved no problem, there was an instant click and BubaKing was born!!!
Djing alongside high profile acts including Freddy Fresh, Coldcut, Freq Nasty, Stanton Warriors and the Plump DJs to name a few. The duo have built up an infamous reputation (and fanbase) tearing the house down throughout London, Brighton, Southampton, Bristol and their Bournemouth Hometown.
Originally from Essex, but now hailing from sunny Bournemouth, Cockney Nutjob’s love of music has been a life-long passion, and it’s from this knowledge that he draws a supreme selection of current alternative dance music. On a mission to search and destroy any dancefloor that he is given the controls to and convert the people of the world into Nutjobers!
You can catch him on the circuit playing specific genre sets or complete genre mash ups depending on the night. He can also be found bi-weekly on Thursdays 8-10pm presenting The Crazy Beatz Show on Brap.fm spining a range of Breaks and Dubstep with hints of Fidget, Electro Bass and UK Garage. Don’t forget to also check out the Crazy Beatz monthly Podcasts, which are devoted purely to Breaks!
Rai Man MC:
Now regularly destroying the mic at Bass 99, he’s back again in action and is sure to get the crowd hyped!
Although relatively new to chatting the mic at club nights he started writing lyrics at the tender age of 16 after leaving school. By the time he was 18 he was out competing in MC Battles and currently remains undefeated. He also started KBU Records (Kings of Bournemouth Underground) with producer Jolly. Watch out for Rai Man MC’s mixtape ‘Bad Influence’ droppin soon.
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