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6BLOCC

- US Los Angeles, CA Electronica / Dubstep / Hip Hop

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  • Fri

    Mar 14


    Destin, FL, US | 8:00pm

    Destin, FL, US
    Fri Mar 14 8:00pm
  • 2013

    Feb 23


    St Louis, MO, US | 8:00pm

    St Louis, MO, US
    Sat Feb 23, 2013 8:00pm

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    NASTY RUMOR Presents: ~The Fourth Installment of: D U B Q U E S T The Dubstep Bass Oddity is back! 2 Levels of Bass Music ~Sets from:~ MainStage: 6BLOCC [LA] DJ SOLO [CHI] HENDRIX vs BOMMER MOHAWK LO INCEPTION TrapStage: MEECHIE MURDA BROTHERS IN ARMS JPHUNK HODJ ZANDER Artist Info: ::|| 6BLOCC aka R.A.W. ||:: R.A.W. aka 6BLOCC is known for his relentless techniques behind the wheels of steel. Getting his start back in 1985, this dj is no amateur when it comes to tuntablizm. He was already battling local djs in Los Angeles before the modern dj culture was even created. In 1988 he made his move into the hip hop game with 2 vinyl releases under the name PROJECT X which featured Brooklyn MC, SILKSKI. He went on to film a music video for one of the releases which aired on local L.A. music video shows. That same year he joined the legendary L.A. hiphop radio station, KDAY and spun live broadcasts along with other Angelino djs called HIGH ENERGY MIXMASTERS. During this time, he entered many dj battles including showdowns with Joe Cooley, Tony A. and JRocc. This experience has led to the legend we now see on the decks. In 1991 the sounds of UK hardcore / jungle were creeping onto the shelves of dance shops in L.A. and R.A.W. was quick to spin and represent. With help from Dj Dan, R.A.W. began playing at major raves and underground events throughout the west coast. His sound at the time was a blend of jungle, hiphop, turntablizm and hardcore sounds which made him an instant draw in the underground scene. By 1994 R.A.W. alongside Dj Curious and Dj Trance (Jason Blakemore) started L.A.'s first jungle weekly called....JUNGLE! Located at a dirty abandoned train station known as the Belmont Tunnel (Predator II was filmed here as well), the weekly gathering was the only place on the westcoast to hear the dark sounds of reinforced and suburban base records. The venue was kept dark with only one laser to keep the junglist listening and falling deeper into the music. By the mid-90's R.A.W. was traveling all over the world rocking crowds with his signature sound of urban jungle choonz and b-boy turntable tactics. In 1997, R.A.W. would go on to win the West L.A. Music Dj Battle judged by Dj Quik. "I remember Quick jumping like crazy when I was rocking doubles of J Magik's 'Your Sound'", says R.A.W. Shortly after this he was hired by a Japanese sound design company to produce 2 sample cd's: DRUM AND BASS AMMO and HIP HOP AMMO; both were sold with the Roland SP-808 in Japan. Also around this time he began to release his jungle productions on labels like Warner Bros., Thrive, Priority, Mictlan, Tonz of Drumz, N2O and by 2000 on labels like Thermal, Vortex, Sound Sphere where the sound was getting faster and rougher. His single on Sound Sphere was a masterpiece created with E-Sassin at the Sound Sphere studios. Together they weaved an intricate tale of twisted breaks and evil winds over a relentless bassline that would pound the listener every 16 counts. "That song still wrecks shop everytime I play it out..and of course I have to rock doubles!" Other R.A.W. classics still rock dancefloors worldwide like - Passin Me By Remix, Klash, Jah Rise, Ragga 2001 (which brought the stateside ragga-jungle sound to the masses), Mathematical Chemistry and Monkey Business..just to name a few! His discography has reached over 50 vinyl releases and a plethora of mixtape / mix-cd releases that sell out throughout the year! In 2006, while working on some drum and bass material R.A.W. heard a bassline coming from the nextdoor studio and asked, "what or who is this?" It was a mix by Youngsta from the UK, "the sound spoke to me and said follow me...and I did". R.A.W. continues, "I felt like I was ready to change my style and move onto a new sound...dubstep was exactly what I needed at the time. Drum and bass reached a point where I no longer felt like it was me and it was also getting too fast and void of the funk." By 2007 R.A.W reinvents himself as 6BLOCC and is releasing his new sound on labels like Lo Dubs, N2O, Tribe Steppaz UK, Bootshake UK, La Dubstep Nostra and the popular white label War Recordings. In 2008, Portland bass music label, Lo Dubs calls upon the 6BLOCC to rock a mix cd featuring the Lo Dubs roster. A blend of hypnotic textures and warped basslines from the future cut the f*ck up using Cubase SX3, 6blocc says, "I decided to use Cubase to give it a different feel than the usual mix-cd and to add my own samples and edits." The result is ANALOG CLASH, the first CD compilation / mix that features dubstep music from the Americas (north and south) as well as a remix from Vex'd. So far it has sold over 3000 units within months of the release date! When he isn't on the road or in the air flying to various clubs and events throught out the U.S. 6BLOCC is managing his digi-label DIGITAL 6 (available on www.digital-tunes.net - www.chemical-records.co.uk - www.addictech.com) and knocking out dubstep remixes and originals. The word on the streets is 6BLOCC is looking to put out some white labels of his hottest dubplates that always get the call...PUULLLL UUUPPPPP!!!! If you're wondering what the name 6BLOCC means? "I got the name from a Masta Ace song here he says, "the bass I create is heard from six blocks". BOOM! + ::|| DJ SOLO ||:: DJ SOLO is a being of light and sound, moved solely by the vibrations of the Universe. He channels the wisdom of the ancients through meditation and spreads LOVE with the gift he was given as a musical storyteller. SOLO spent several years in Los Angeles, training at the sacred “Lost Temple” with his Sensei, DJ MUGGS of the almighty Cypress Hill / SOUL ASSASSINS crew (Cypress Hill, House of Pain, Alchemist, Mr. Cartoon). After completing his training at the Lost Temple to become an official member of the crew, working with such acts as The Wu Tang Clan (GZA, RZA, Raekwon, Killah Priest), Everlast, Maroon 5, Planet Asia, and a host of LA’s finest, he was sent off on a journey that led him back to his home town of Chicago, IL. Having heard the call of the Dubstep frequency before leaving LA and becoming captivated by it, he entered the world of BASS music as a Punk Rock rebel and Turntablist destroying everything in his path, with a cast of Chicago’s up-and-coming Dubstep DJs such as Phaded, Kabz, Ruckus, Nameloc & Whoa-B. Eventually migrating further south to the town of Urbana, IL, he joined up with the Chalice Dubs crew to throw monthly BASS music parties and start touring the Midwest college circuit, where late-night raves and jam-band festivals were merging together into a brand new “Burning Man” style subculture. While traveling the country and communing with the supporters of this emerging culture, he studied the teachings of Lao Tzu, The Buddha Siddhartha, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Nassim Haramein, Bruce Lee, Zecharia Sitchin, Drunvalo Melchizedek, Barbara Marciniak, and Jordan Duchnycz, and realized that out of his original Punk Rock destruction must come the creation of a new path. He made a conscious intention to use this platform not only for playing his special brand of electronic BASS-HEAVY music, but for spreading a message of change, positivity, LOVE, and evolution, supporting EDM acts such as Skrillex, Figure, Vaski, Borgore, and Die Antwoord. As a result of his festival touring, he also did tours opening for electronic based jam-bands, Boombox and Big Gigantic, as well as produced heavy electronic remixes for Chicago locals Umphrey’s McGee and Cornmeal. He has had cameo set performances from Jaik Willis to his original song “Mile In My Shoes”, and he sang a special 2-song cameo acoustic set at Summer Camp 2012, where he performed his never before heard song “Outlaw’s Son”. With the recent creation of Starship Δcademy, an ongoing experimental side-project, SOLO launches into the future with new concepts in BASS MUSIC. Walking in the footsteps of concept producers such as DJ Shadow, Dan the Automator, and DJ Muggs, this mini concept EP focuses on the lost wisdom of the ancients, visitors from space, and our Universal connection to all things. It’s all woven together in a bass and synth-heavy, trapped-out, layered up tapestry of past, present and future sounds. A psychedelic bass trip into the hidden history of the Earth! Out Now on E.S.P. Recordings: http://www.beatport.com/release/historys-mysteries-ep/970979 ) DJ SOLO and the Starship Δcademy will continue to teach the keys of unlocking the living library called Earth, as well as bring you the highest quality frequency transmissions from all genres of AWESOME music in every corner of the Universe, past, present, and future. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Event Info: Ages 18+ to Enter Ages 21+ to Drink MUST HAVE VALID I.D. Cover charge: $12 before 9pm $15 after 9pm [$5 Minor Surcharge] Brought to you by: Nasty Rumor www.nastyrumor.info w/ Support from: Loyal Family STL HomeGrown Productions Moar Dubstep Alumina Productions KDHX 88.1

  • 2013

    Feb 2


    San Diego, CA, US | 10:00pm

    San Diego, CA, US
    Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:00pm

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  • 2012

    Aug 15


    Denver, CO, US | 8:00pm

    Denver, CO, US
    Wed Aug 15, 2012 8:00pm
  • 2012

    Jul 29


    San Pedro, CA, US | 12:00pm
    Cabrillo Beach
    San Pedro, CA, US
    Sun Jul 29, 2012 12:00pm

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    Breakbeat BBQ presents: BEACH BREAKS! Coming to you from beautiful Cabrillo Beach in San Pedro! Come in peace or just dont, and leave now trace (you bring it, you take it away!) RAW vs 6BLOCC (special Jungle vs Reggae set) Josh Chambers (Breaks) Tony K vs Jahwy (Anything Goes Set) Jona (Liquid DnB) Razor Savvy (Liquid DnB) Mordrum vs Iron Butterfly (Jungle vs Techno) Yarf Selecta vs Witchdocta (Ragga vs Dubwise) Q.45 (Future Jungle vs Breaks) Obi One (Hip Hop vs Latin Breaks) MCs Woes, Werd, Poisn and Kemst. Live art by Kaxs and Jenvy! Refreshments available, and on the low... (It is a beach ya know) Call the BreaLine for more info and directions: (213) 393 2256 For more info visit https://www.facebook.com/events/455430637803112/#!/events/455430637803112/

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