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All Set For The Bass[sic] All-Nighter?

Party time!

Ok gang, are you all set for the big party this Friday night? We’re getting very excited!

In case you’ve missed the news, Bass[sic] is returning to Bells Of Shoreditch, East London, this Friday 14th June for a massive bass music all nighter, with extra special guest DJs Evil Nine making an all-too rare London appearance, supported by hot new talents Purge and Jung and the ever-reliable resident DJs – Hubie, Rejectbeats and Big Nick D –  giving you a whopping eight hours of bass music bliss!

The party kicks off at 10pm and it’s only £5 on the door (£8 after midnight), so at those cheap prices you’d better make sure you get down nice and early to reserve your spot on the dancefloor. It’s gonna be smashing!

All the event info can be found HERE!

You can also check out the party info on Facebook!

Free Music & Fun Stuff!

As ever with Bass[sic], we like to go that extra mile and offer you some tasty music, podcasts and other free stuff to keep you in the party spirit! Here’s what we have for you this time round…

First up, to give you a flavour of what to expect from our headline DJs Evil Nine, we’ve got a cracking new podcast from the fiendish ones recorded for Frenchkulture crew MaisonHate. This mixset is chock full of dark, bassy grooves and late night filth. Check it out here…

We also have a FREE track from the Evils, a brand new attempt at re-creating their classic breaks sound. We love it and we’re sure you will too! You can grab it completely gratis right here…

Next up, we have a garagey-housey-bass-fest from another of our guest DJs, Purge. This is his latest promo mix and it’s a belter! Check it out here…

Of course we also have the official warm up for the party, The Bass[sic] Session, provided by resident DJ Hubie on his Hubie Sounds show on NSB Radio. This time around Hubie was joined in the studio by fellow-Bass[sic] team-member Big Nick D who laid down a set of his typically excellent tech-housey business. You can check out the show right HERE!

And finally… don’t forget to check out our Mixcloud where you can find loads of exclusive mixes and live sets to stream and download, of course all for free.

Right, that’s yer lot! We hope we see you down the front at Bells Of Shoreditch this Friday night! Make sure you come and say hello!

Cheers!

The Bass[sic] team

 

 

Bass[sic] Is Back At The Bells

Hi gang! We’re pleased to announce the details of our next big party taking place on Friday 14th June, once again at the Bells Of Shoreditch in East London.

This time around we’ve got a late 6am licence and some proper legends headlining in the form of macabre beatsmiths Evil Nine, making a rare London appearance with their unique combination of electro, beats and bass. Also on the decks we have one of the biggest talents bubbling under in London clubland at the moment, Purge. And completing the lineup we have a proper party starter in Jung, as well as our ever reliable residents Hubie, Rejectbeats and Big Nick D.

We’re also pleased to welcome back the VJ stylings of Psychomonkey and Mr Faff.

Here’s all the party info…

Bass[sic] – Friday 14th June 2013 @ the Bells Of Shoreditch, East London

* Bass Music * Dirty House * Tech House * Breaks *

Featuring the amazing DJing talents of…

EVIL NINE [For Lovers] – Brighton-based duo Evil Nine (or Pat Pardy and Tom Beaufoy to their respective mums) have been producing dark, twisted beats for 14 years now. Their early days signed to Adam Freeland’s trail blazing Marine Parade stable saw them produce one of the great debut dance music albums in You Can Be Special Too – a truly unique collection of macabre beats and basslines, tied together with some of the most talented rhymers the underground hip hop scene had to offer. This record, as well as a raft of excellent singles and remixes, led to the duo becoming one of the hottest properties in underground dance music. They have since produced a second album, the zombie-themed They Live and they are currently working on a third long-player, due to hit later this year on their own label, For Lovers.

for-lovers.co.uk

PURGE [Nasty FM] – Also sharing this exciting lineup is one of the hottest up-and-coming talents of London’s underground bass music scene, Purge. Having rubbed shoulders with the superstars of the infamous Fabric nightclub, Purge has gone on to become a special talent in his own right, spinning an up front selection of the finest bass music, garage and house to packed dancefloors all over the UK and Europe. Purge is no stranger to the world of underground radio too, hosting his own show on Marcus Nasty’s Nasty FM. He’s also been busy in the studio, working on his debut EP Sandstorm, due to hit this summer on Berlin’s ITAKA.

soundcloud.com/purgeuk

JUNG [Bass Ache] – We’re also proud to announce a third special guest, the very talented Jung. Also known as Stacey McDonald, he has played for Chew The Fat at the legendary End nightclub, warming up for the likes of The Rogue Element, and will bring his unique blend of fresh bass music and classic breaks and jungle to the decks for a rare and exciting London appearance.

bassache.net

Plus residents…

Hubie [NSB Radio]
Rejectbeats [NSB Radio]
Big Nick D [Big Square Records]

And special guest VJs…

Psychomonkey [Rejectbeats]
Mr Faff [Looking Sound]

The Bells Of Shoreditch
48 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London, E2 8AA

This party is bound to be a sell out, so given that tickets are door-sale only, you’d better make sure you get down there early to avoid disappointment!

Keep an eye on this website for further announcements plus more fun features, interviews and music in the lead up to the big event.

The Bass[sic] team

 

See You On Friday At The Bells Of Shoreditch!

Alright peeps!

It’s nearly time for our big Easter party at Bells Of Shoreditch! Just in case you’ve somehow missed the exciting news, this Friday, 29th March, the Bass[sic] crew return to Shoreditch, East London, for our biggest party yet! We’ve got tech-funk maestro Meat Katie and electro-funkster Peo de Pitte chomping at the bit, ready to drop some seriously heavy bass music bombs for your lovely ears! And our resident DJs – Rejectbeats, Hubie and Big Nick D – are primed and ready to keep the dancefloor bouncing ’til we unleash our guests on your lovely ears!

The party kicks off at 9pm and it’s only £5 on the door (£7 after 11pm), so at those cheap prices you’d better make sure you get down nice and early to reserve your spot on the dancefloor cos it’s gonna be a roadblock!

All the event info can be found HERE!

Also check out our various listings…

Free Music, Guestlist & Fun Stuff!

As ever with Bass[sic], we like to go that extra mile and offer you some tasty music, podcasts and other free stuff to keep you in the party spirit! Here’s what we have for you this time round…

First up, if you’d like to win free guestlist to the party on Friday, our friends over at Free Breaks Blog are giving away tickets to the party! Check out all the details HERE! Be quick, the competition closes soon!

Check out our super special Easter Podcast, chock full of bass music badness (bad meaning good, of course!) and exclusives, compiled and mixed by our resident DJs Rejectbeats, Hubie and Big Nick D. Expect loads of tech house, dirty house and breaks by the likes of Julio Bashmore, NAPT, Stanton Warriors, Claude VonStroke and loads more! You can stream and download the podcast for free HERE!

Also on a free music tip, we have a pair of banging promo mixes from our guest DJs to help warm you up for the party! Check out Meat Katie‘s promo mix HERE and Peo de Pitte‘s promo mix HERE and get ready to dance hard!

Our headliner Meat Katie also has a cheeky Re-Rub that he’s giving away for free! Grab your copy HERE!

We managed to sit down and have a chat with our two special guest DJs ahead of the party on Good Friday. Check out our interview with Meat Katie HERE and our interview with Peo de Pitte HERE!

Our resident DJ Hubie presented the Bass[sic] Session on his Hubie Sounds show on NSB Radio this week, featuring brand new bass music bangers by the likes of The Chemical Brothers, DJ Zinc, Justin Martin & Eats Everything plus loads more! The show will be available to stream and download for free HERE!

And finally… don’t forget to check out the rest of our Mixcloud where you can find loads of exclusive mixes and live sets to stream and download, of course all for free.

Right, that’s yer lot! We hope we see you down the front at Bells Of Shoreditch this Friday night! Make sure you come and say hello!

Cheers!

The Bass[sic] team

Bass[sic] Chats With Meat Katie

Morning everyone! There’s just over a week to go ’til party time (full details HERE!), so we thought it was a good time to publish the second of our interviews with our special guest DJs.

Ahead of a very rare London appearance, we’ve managed to get superstar DJ, and headliner at Bass[sic] on the 29th of March, to take five minutes out of his busy schedule to answer a few important questions. He’s a tour de force, a runaway tech-funk train, an unstoppable bass behemoth, a dance music legend:- he is of course Meat Katie, aka Mark Pember, and we’re very excited to have him gracing the decks at this month’s Bass[sic]. Best known for his tough techy dancefloor destroyers, Pember has worked with and remixed some of dance music’s biggest household names, from James Zabiela and Deep Dish to Boy George and UNKLE. As well as having three Meat Katie albums under his belt he also supplies the world with some of the finest techno, tech-funk and breaks via his LOT49 imprint. He’s warmed up for The Chemical Brothers, played tunes on the Valve Soundsystem and now you can find out how he likes his eggs…

Bass[sic]: To kick off… You and Peo de Pitte make up one of the biggest lineups we’ve had at Bass[sic], but did you know that you’re probably the baldest lineup too? Of the two of you, who do you think has the LEAST body hair overall?
Meat Katie: Probably me, as I go for the full body wax.

Bass[sic]: For those people who are unfamiliar with you, how would you sum up the Meat Katie sound in only 3 words?
MK: Breakbeat without breaks.

Bass[sic]: Moving onto the dancefloor, which tune are you most looking forward to dropping at Bass[sic] on the 29th of March?
MK: This! What a cheap plug!

Bass[sic]: Of all of the massive tunes that have been released over the years, what is the one tune that you wish you’d written or signed to your label?
MK: The Loops of Fury – Flick A Switch.

Bass[sic]: Now onto the serious questions that everyone’s been dying to know the answers to… How do you prefer your eggs to be cooked?
MK: Poached of course.

Bass[sic]: What’s the last album you bought on CD?
MK: Yesterday I bought The Jim Jones Revue – The Savage Heart

Bass[sic]: Who would win in a jelly wrestling contest:- you or Peo de Pitte?
MK: Me! Peo is a pussy.

Bass[sic]: Which do you prefer:- cats or dogs?
MK: Erm… that’s a tough one… pass!

Bass[sic]: Star Wars or Star Trek?
MK: It used to be Star Wars, now it’s Star Trek.

Bass[sic]: How much horse is there in a standard serving of Meat Katie?
MK: You will have to discover that for yourself.

Bass[sic]: Would you rather be trapped in a room with 1 horse-sized chicken? Or 10 chicken-sized breakbeat purists?
MK: Probably the big chicken horse thing.

Bass[sic]: Do you have a musical guilty pleasure?
MK: Stanton Warriors.

Bass[sic]: What was the last movie you went to see at the cinema?
MK: I’ve not been for a while to tell the truth. Maybe The Hunger Games.

Bass[sic]: Do you have any hidden talents?
MK: All my talents are hidden, in fact I don’t even know what they are!

Bass[sic]: And finally, what are you up to for the rest of this year? Releases, gigs, tours, etc?
MK: I have a residency at Tresor in Berlin at Dangerous Drums. I’m just releasing our latest Take Miami compilation on LOT49. I’ve just signed Electric Soulside & The Rogue Element to LOT49, which I am a bit excited about. I have a Facebook page where I moan a lot about stuff that is not really music related. I have a Gigatools account where I am supposed to have my gig dates, although ironically I always forget to update it. I’m touring the States and Mexico in April and at the end of May/June, also Australia and New Zealand in December. I have also been building a website for the last 15 years… I’m pretty close to getting that finished (as someone else is helping now). I’m thinking of buying another corn snake for my daughter (but a different colour). My friend Andy is getting married in April, I’m definitely going to that. It’s in Colchester. It’s my birthday in September. I can’t think of anything else I have to do at the moment!

Thanks for chatting with us Mark! You can catch him dropping all of his favourite tech-funk bangers at Bass[sic] at the Bells of Shoreditch, East London, on Good Friday, 29th March! Full event details can be found HERE!

To help get you in the mood for the party, check out Meat Katie‘s latest promo mix…

And don’t forget to download Meat Katie‘s latest Re-Rub, absolutely gratis…

And finally, make sure you have a listen to our Easter Podcast, chock full of banging beats and filthy bass!

Right, that’s it! See you down the front at Bells Of Shoreditch next week! We’ll post an event reminder in a few day’s time to make sure you’re kept up to speed!

The Bass[sic] team

Bass[sic] Chats With Peo De Pitte

Hi everyone. As part of the build up to our big party at the Bells Of Shoreditch on Easter weekend (less than three weeks to go! Full details HERE!), we sat down with our two special guest DJs, Peo De Pitte and Meat Katie, to exclusively chat with them about the hot topics in the world at the moment – kind of like a mash up of Newsnight and MTV Base, with Jeremy Paxman bogling to jump up drum n bass, just to set the scene for you.

Anyway, we first spoke to electro-funkster Peo De Pitte with some hard-hitting questions. Peo has been smashing dancefloors all over the world with his unique brand of bouncy bass music and mental mash ups. And when he’s not tearing up nightclubs, he’s usually found sat astride his studio mixing desk, cooking up beats and samples for his bass-heavy productions and remixes for the stars. Here’s what he had to say about jelly wrestling with Meat Katie and much, much more…

Bass[sic]: To kick off… You and Meat Katie make up one of the biggest lineups we’ve had at Bass[sic], but did you know that you’re probably the baldest lineup too? Of the two of you, who do you think has the LEAST body hair overall?
Peo: If I just remember to pluck my ear hair it might be a close competition.

Bass[sic]: For those people who are unfamiliar with you, how would you sum up the Peo de Pitte sound in only 3 words?
Peo: Three day bender!

Bass[sic]: Moving onto the dancefloor, which tune are you most looking forward to dropping at Bass[sic] on the 29th of March?
Peo: I have a few new ones that I’m looking forward to playing from my next EP… will keep the titles under wraps for now!

Bass[sic]: Of all of the massive tunes that have been released over the years, what is the one tune that you wish you’d written or signed to your label?
Peo: My own label was just a stepping stone in the beginning to get my own voice heard when no other labels wanted to answer my emails so I don’t really have any regrets.

Bass[sic]: Now onto the serious questions that everyone’s been dying to know the answers to… How do you prefer your eggs to be cooked?
Peo: Sunny side up!

Bass[sic]: What’s the last album you bought on CD?
Peo: Hmm, yeah it must have been the last Prodigy album. I still have an obsession with buying their physical products!

Bass[sic]: Who would win in a jelly wrestling contest:- you or Meat Katie?
Peo: I’m a skinny lanky person, I think he could just sit on me and he would win. But I might just have my garlic/chilli cocktail before and kill him with my breath!

Bass[sic]: Which do you prefer:- cats or dogs?
Peo: Cats, I used to have one. Hated dogs in my early days but I do like them now… But yeah cats still win.

Bass[sic]: Star Wars or Star Trek?
Peo: Star Wars… maybe a cuddle with Princess Leia.

Bass[sic]: Who really shot first:- Greedo? Or Han Solo?
Peo: Oh, someone’s a fan here… I’d just say Han I guess…

Bass[sic]: Would you rather be trapped in a room with 1 horse-sized chicken? Or 10 chicken-sized breakbeat purists?
Peo: I’d probably be afraid of what that horse-sized chicken would do to me when it gets hungry. The chicken sized purists I could always step on when they raise their voices, or play them re-rubs so they keep quiet.

Bass[sic]: Do you have a musical guilty pleasure?
Peo: Yesterday I actually had a listen to an old Swedish artist I grew up to, Eric Gadd – Bara Himlen Ser På…. Google that if you dare. [Ed: we did and it was… sexual]

Bass[sic]: What was the last movie you went to see at the cinema?
Peo: Django Unchained… good stuff!

Bass[sic]: Do you have any hidden talents?
Peo: I used to train in Judo

Bass[sic]: And finally, what are you up to for the rest of this year? Releases, gigs, tours, etc?
Peo: Next up is my release with NAPT on Strictly Rhythm sometime this month. Going to America for gigs in May and later on Australia again. 2013 should be a good one!

Cheers Peo, that was very insightful, we’re sure you’ll agree! Check out Peo’s latest promo mix, chock full of bangers and smashers, right here…

You can catch Peo spinning tunes and striking some judo poses behind the decks along with Meat Katie at Bass[sic] at the Bells of Shoreditch, East London on Good Friday, 29th March! Full event details can be found HERE!

Watch this space for our interview with our headliner Meat Katie, coming very soon! Also keep your eyes and ears peeled for a super exclusive Bass[sic] podcast, due to hit your lovely ears in the next few weeks.

Cheers,

The Bass[sic] team

Mighty New Venue – Meaty Lineup!

Alright party people! We’re pleased to announce the lineup and details of our first party of 2013, taking place on Good Friday 29th March.

As we hinted at in our recent posts, we’ve moved to an exciting new venue, which we can reveal as the Bells Of Shoreditch, on Kingsland Road, East London. It’s bigger and clubbier than our previous residence, the perfect environment for a proper, banging bass music party! Check out the Bells’ facebook page for a closer look at the venue.

Now onto the lineup! We’re honoured to present the mighty Meat Katie as our main headliner, making an all too rare performance in London. Joining the meaty one on the decks is our good buddy, and headliner from the first ever Bass[sic], Peo De Pitte! Of course these two legends of the bass music scene will be ably supported by the trusty Bass[sic] residents Big Nick D, Hubie and Rejectbeats.

But wait, there’s more! We’ll also have some top notch visuals for your lovely eyes, courtesy of the very talented Psychomonkey and special guest Mr Faff.

Here’s all the party info…

Bass[sic] – Good Friday 29th March 2013 @ the Bells Of Shoreditch, East London

* Bass Music * Tech Funk * Tech House * Breaks *

Featuring the amazing DJing talents of…

MEAT KATIE [Lot49] – UK-based Meat Katie, also known as Mark Pember, is renowned the world over for his unique brand of techy, rolly breaks and house – a sound that has earned itself a genre name of its own:- tech funk. Pember has been championing this sound to great acclaim for many years now, with numerous releases on his trailblazing label Lot49, as well as remixes and collaborations with the likes of Arthur Baker, U.N.K.L.E, Boy George, D.Ramirez, James Zabiela and many more, plus mixes for Fabric Live and Ministry Of Sound. Mark is as at home behind the decks as he is in the studio and is constantly touring the world, spreading the tech funk gospel and selling out dancefloors everywhere he’s played, sharing lineups with such luminaries as The Chemical Brothers, Soulwax, Justice, Carl Cox, Plump DJs, Stanton Warriors and Elite Force to name but a few. Meat Katie has recently returned from a successful tour of the US and is itching to drop some bass bombs on what will be a rare London appearance.

facebook.com/meatkatie

PEO DE PITTE [U&A] – Also sharing this exciting lineup is Swedish maverick Peo De Pitte. Peo has been tearing up dancefloors in London and around the world for some time now, spinning his eclectic style of breaks, house and electro to dancefloors and festival tents packed with happy, smiley ravers. Like the bigbeat heroes of old that he models his sound on, the emphasis of Peo’s DJ sets is on having fun above all else. Peo’s music productions also follow this ethos – packed with cutting edge synths and big room beats, his tunes never fail to impress and always bring a massive cheer from the dancefloor. We can’t wait to see Peo light up all the smiley faces at The Bells this Easter weekend.

peodepitte.com

Plus residents…

Big Nick D [ Big Square Records]
Hubie [NSB Radio]
Rejectbeats [NSB Radio]

And special guest VJs…

Psychomonkey [Rejectbeats]
Mr Faff [Looking Sound]

The Bells Of Shoreditch
48 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London, E2 8AA

This party is bound to be a sell out, so given that tickets are door-sale only, you’d better make sure you get down there early to avoid disappointment!

Also, watch this space for a special Bass[sic] podcast to get you in the mood for the party – coming very soon!

See ya on the dancefloor!

The Bass[sic] team

Saturday = Party Time

Not long to go now! This Saturday Bass[sic] returns to the rave cave basement at The Cornershop in Shoreditch and we’re getting very excited!

This Saturday 26th of May our special guests Beat Assassins and Mjoogoo will be tearing up the decks with their unique mixture of bouncy beats and bass and our residents rejectbeats, Big Nick D and Hubie will be ably supporting with an expert selection of hip hop, house, electro and breaks for your lovely ears.

Of course entry to the party is FREE all night. Kick off is at 8pm – we recommend you get down there nice and early cos it’s bound to get very busy and we don’t want you to miss out on all the fun!

All the event info can be found HERE!

Also check out our various listings…

Free Tuneage!

As ever with Bass[sic], we like to go that extra mile and offer you some tasty mixes, tunes and podcasts to keep you in the party spirit! Here’s what we have for you this time round…

First up we have exclusive mixes from one of our May guests, Mjoogoo, and a live set recorded at our last event courtesy of Big Nick D. Head on over to our Mixcloud page to check ’em out!

Next up is a pair of remixes of Bass Nation by Digibox that was originally released on Big Square Records last year. These two new cuts are from rejectbeats & Hedstate. You can download both tracks from the Big Square Souncloud page.

Finally we have the playback of the official Bass[sic] warm up show from this weeks Hubie Sounds featuring special guest Mjoogoo on NSB Radio. Log on to Hubie’s website to grab it now!

Cheers peeps, and see you down the front on Saturday!

The Bass[sic] team

May The Bass Be With You

Hi everyone.

Yes that’s right, it’s time to announce the details of the next Bass[sic] party, taking place on Saturday 26th May, once again at The Cornershop in Shoreditch!

Here’s all you need to know…

Bass[sic] – Saturday 26th May 2012 @ The Cornershop, Shoreditch, London

* 8pm-2am – FREE Entry!

* Bass Music * House * Breaks * Electro * Funk *

Featuring the amazing DJing talents of…

* Beat Assassins [Mofo] – Having first hit the scene in 2006, the founders of legendary breakbeat label Mofo Recordings have been tearing up clubland ever since with residencies at Naughty Panda and Metalheadz and appearances at clubs and festivals all over the world. With their unique blend of hip-hop, breaks and electro, which they have dubbed ‘urban electro’, the Beat Assassins have had a string of successful releases, collaborating with the likes of AC Slater, Calvertron, Sigma, Deekline & Wizard and NAPT and garnering support from dance music luminaries such as Groove Armada, Utah Saints, Stanton Warriors, Plump DJs, Dub Pistols and many more! Now a one-man band represented by Jimmy Mofo, Beat Assassins are always moving in a fresh direction with new releases due to hit later this year. We’re proud to have Jimmy playing at Bass[sic] and we look forward to hearing what he’s got in store for us!

* Mjoogoo [Highheels Sessions] – Hailing from Genova, Italy, Mjoogoo (aka Francesco Giuffrida) has long been a stalwart of the London clubbing scene and has DJed worldwide, including at the Miami Winter Music Conference and Burning Man festival to name but two. He’s probably best known for his hugely successful Breakspoll award-nominated radio show, the Highheels Sessions, that used to broadcast every Thursday night on NSB Radio. Whilst being both enigmatic and humourous, the Highheels Sessions always had its finger on the pulse of serious underground dance music and boasted regular guests from the lexicon of breakbeat and tech-funk, including the likes of Dylan Rhymes, Elite Force, Nick Thayer, Madox, Santos, Plaza de Funk, Janette Slack, the list goes on – you name them and they were probably on the show at some stage! We’re very pleased to welcome Mjoogoo to the decks at Bass[sic] and we look forward to getting down to his techy grooves.

Plus residents…

* Rejectbeats [Danny Reject & Kimpossible / NSB Radio]

* Big Nick D [Big Square Records]

* Hubie [NSB Radio]

The Cornershop [Downstairs]
123 Shoreditch High Street
Shoreditch, London, E1 6JE

* Funktion One Soundsystem * Drinks Specials * Food served upstairs ’til 10pm *

* Map: http://bit.ly/orxLBW

* Contact: bass_sic_london@hotmail.co.uk

* Facebook Event Page: http://www.facebook.com/events/401330656553912/

* Resident Advisor Event Page: http://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?363952

We hope you can join us in the rave cave, downstairs at The Cornershop! Once again, entry to this party is FREE all night long and, considering the heavy lineup, we’re expecting the venue to be rammed so make sure you get down there nice and early to avoid disappointment!

Also make sure you check out our mixcloud for loads of exclusive mixes to get you in the mood for the party: http://www.mixcloud.com/Bass_Sic/

See you down the front!

The Bass[sic] team

Welcome to Bass[sic]

Hi and welcome to Bass[sic]!

Bass[sic] is a new underground UK club night based in the nation’s capital. Not concentrating on one style of music, we aim to put on a party without threatening the music’s integrity and ensure people’s enjoyment is catered for in all departments. Our resident DJs have a wealth of experience and our guests will include established stars as well as rising talent.

Feel free to wander around the site and see what’s going on – to learn more about us, please check out the About page. We will be updating this site as often as possible with our Upcoming Events, as well as other stuff related to Bass[sic] and our DJs, including Links to exclusive DJ mixes, tunes and freebies, so make sure you bookmark us and keep checking back as often as you can.

The Bass[sic] Team.