Full lineup and artwork revealed for our next club night w/ V.I.V.E.K.
V.I.V.E.K. | Agmantav | Irie Warriors Sound System | WRK
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In just under a decade, V.I.V.E.K. has become known for his efforts in pushing sound system music and culture. The London-based producer started his own SYSTEM nights in London some years ago, which included his own custom-built soundsystem. V.I.V.E.K.’s SYSTEM nights soon turned into a record label that has been releasing some of the most forward thinking sounds in dubstep since its 2013 debut EP ‘Asteroids’.
Words about WRK:
WRK is a founding member of the oldest group of promoters and DJs from Targu Mures (Romania), LBC Kru. Alongside them he was responsible for organizing the first electronic music parties in his hometown, and later, in the early 2000s the event series 'Fundamental Breaks' that brought to the city the most renowned drum and bass and breakbeat DJs from all over the country of the time. He started DJing in 2003, and after getting a residency in the local club Avi-Cola, played warm-up and after sets with Rapala for a series of exclusive nights promoting all varieties of broken beats. Ever since, he's been an active member of the movement, playing mostly bass heavy music, from deeper dubstep to the more forward thinking electronic beats and occasionally old school 2step/garage.
Words about Irie Warriors Sound System:
Irie Warriors build their sound system in 2012, becoming Irie Warriors Sound System. Operated by Dani and Low Freq, their music resides both in rockers and steppers rhythm. Playing in major festivals and dances around the country Irie Warriors Sound System impresses by its versatile and militant sound.
Come and join their dances to hear early reggae, rub-a-dub, digital dancehall and one drop music selection.
Words about Agmantav:
Playlist selection and style of mixing made Agmantav one of the most respected dubstep Djs in Romania. Both as a dj and producer, he is influenced by the heavy sound of the deep and dark areas of grime and dub.
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