Before dubstep reached its American saturation point with Skrillex's three Grammy wins and girlsthatlooklikeskrillex.tumblr.com, the genre's international success had been primed by the tireless efforts of Mala and Coki, a/k/a Digital Mystikz. Production partners since their teens, the two founded legendary Brixton club night DMZ, which became an iconic forum for the innovative first wave of claustrophobic dubstep. They've since assumed the role of elder statesmen but still have a few tricks up their sleeve: Mala’s first LP was recorded in Cuba with traditional jazz musicians, and in late 2013 DMZ's famed "Too Much Chat" dubplate got its first widespread release. Don't miss this rare dual appearance by two living legends
Mon., Feb. 24, 10 p.m., 2014
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