We are back to The Volks Nightclub for the last event of 2018
→ main room:
MUTANT / RAIVO / GLOBALELEMENT / SIR RAH
Tickets → http://buytickets.at/the-mine
N-18, bring YOUR ID
There’s a lot of talent in Manchester, that tends to get overlooked, but it’s a testament to the city’s apparently inherent passion for music, that this acts less as a barrier than as a hurdle, that needs to be crossed at its highest point. Biome is a producer representative of this approach in that there is nothing rushed about his work and he only seems happy if what people are hearing from is something that he can call fully-formed. After first breaking into dubstep with the sort of big kicks and dark mid-range found on tunes like ‘Sonic’ he has honed his sound to something genuinely original and he’s now reaping the rewards of his patience and getting regular plays from some of the biggest names on the circuit. By considering the importance of the mid-range of a tune alongside the bassline and still keeping in mind the idea of space, Biome builds that ever-elusive sense of darkness into his beats whilst maintaining the energy within them that is necessary to get people moving on a dancefloor. These days man is busy producing & touring with LEVELZ and is also a part of Kaizen Klub & label.
The most-promising up-and-comer in the Dutch dubstep scene has to be Hebbe without any doubt. Back in 2014 the Rotterdamer attended a Give it Dub edition as a steady dubstep enthusiast. Yet that experience proved to be the main inspiration to begin experimenting with dubstep. Hebbe truly emerged from the shadows through the signing on Subway Recordings, who were one of the first to discover his obscure sound driven by a very typical flow. Moving into 2018, Hebbe has released on Crucial Recordings, Artikal Music UK, White Peach Records to name a few and he has already made his own mark on the genre.