Everything started for Rax in '08 when he just discovered the 140 music by listening to podcasts, mixes and going out to bass-music nights in Bucharest. It was still a blurry picture of the bass music scene, until he went to Outlook Festival. The atmosphere, the artists and sound systems got him thinking in a more realistic and serious way about the dubstep scene and bass music in general. Along side with his friends he formed a crew and organised some events under the name SubGR in the forests of the Danube River.
Not too long ago, he decided to move his way of playing music exclusively to vinyl because of the warm feeling of sound and the emotion of the physically mixing tunes.
01. Thundaklap - Makeya
02. Kaiju - Burn Down Babylon
03. LQ feat. Headland - Fat Neck
04. Lapo&Ago -Youth Pon The Corner
05. Von D - Hardcore Dub Music
06. Amit - Spring Cuttah
07. Causa - Space Dub
08. 3wa - Viagem
09. Hebbe - A8X
10. Hebbe - Mad Hatter(Headland remix)
11. Quasar - Soundsystem Addict
12. Ago - I Got
13. Bengal Sound - Corners
14. Ago - So I Smoke
15. Bukkha & Halcyonic - What's In A Dub
16. De-tu - Waiting for Jah;
17. Las - Uuha(Egoless remix)
18. Lapo & Ago - Dreadlock Blues
19. Ago - thats what I was talking about in `96
20. V.i.v.e.k - One heart
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