'Trouble & Bass'
If your old Atari 2600 ate too much sugar and then couldn't decide whether to become a breakcore, electro, jungle, or grime star, it might sound almost as wild as South London's Kanji Kinetic. DZ brands himself as domestic dubstep, but be assured that his music, unlike the artsy stuff of many of his international peers of late, has some hardcore echoes, even when he's (masterfully) remixing the Supremes' "Keep Me Hanging On." With Trouble & Bass Crew regulars DTL, AC Slater, Star Eyes and the Captain. Dance.Here.Too with Andy Moor happens on the other floor for a few bucks more.
Sat., Feb. 20, 10 p.m., 2010
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