Mud: Reach & Subject Present SURGEON, 2562 & DJ RUSH // Spectrum Present JUBEI
Online tickets no longer available- tickets can still be purchased at the door from 10:30
A slightly different night of bass for Mud alongside the Reach & Subject massive tonight with a quadruple header extravaganza ranging from the deeper end of dubstep through to dub techno and the harder industrial sounds. In the basement Reach present one of their dream double headers with dark techno wizard Surgeon for one of his dubstep meets techno sets alongside one of the pioneers of the deeper dubstep sound Holland's 2562 of Tectonic and a Made Up Sound fame. While on Stage Subject bring in Chicago's legendary DJ Rush for a rare Dublin appearence jamming out the hard stuff! DnB fans fear not as Spectrum hold in down in the Mezz with the UK's fast rising Metalheadz star Jubei.
SURGEON (Dubstep/Techno Set)
2562 (A Made Up Sound, NL)
JUBEI (Metalheadz, UK)
Here's a tracklist of one of Surgeon's dubstep/techno work outs from Glade Festival '09
Rhythm & Sound - Poor People Must Work (Carl Craig Remix) Burial Mix
Surgeon - Klonk Pt.1 - Dynamic Tension
DJ C - Nuttin Attall - Death$ucker Records
The Bug - Politicians Version - Rephlex
AFX - W32.Mydoom.AU@mm - Rephlex
Vex'd - Angels - Planet Mu
Surgeon - Whose Bad Hands Are These? - Dynamic Tension
Galaxy 2 Galaxy - Journey Of The Dragons - UR
Surgeon - Klonk Pt.2 - Dynamic Tension
Monolake - Alaska (Surgeon remix) - Imbalance Computer Music
Mikey Dread - Saturday Night Style - Auralux Recordings
Unknown - UXB011
Ploygon Window - Quoth - Warp
Jeff Mills - Very EP - Axis
The Bug - Killer Version - Rephlex
Vex'd - Pop Pop - Subtext
Makaton - Beauty Default - Rodz-Konez
Aphex Twin - Analogue Bubblebath 1 (Surgeon remake)
Surgeon - Baby Ride (edit) - Counterbalance
Timeblind - I Was No Mind - Missile
Surgeon - Floorshow Part I.3 - Counterbalance
Surgeon - Magneze - Downwards
British Murder Boys - Fist - Downwards
Kritical Audio - Krup - Detroit Underground
Aphex Twin - Windowlicker - Warp
British Murder Boys - Don't Give Way To Fear - Counterbalance
Planetary Assault Systems - Take Back - Peacefrog
Vex'd - Lion VIP - Planet Mu
Source Direct & Instra Mental - Yo Bitch - Demonic
Hiroaka Iizuka - Greenworld - Symbolism
Birdland - Acid Edit
DJ Spookie - What - Relief Records
Boxcutter - Skuff'd - Planet Mu
Cristian Vogel - (Don't) Take More (Jamie Lidell remix) - Tresor
DJ Urban - You Work It - International House Records
LFO - Simon From Sydney / Freeze (Surgeon remake)
Surgeon - Floorshow Part I.1 - Counterbalance
Kraftwerk - Trans Europe Express - EMI
From his birth place Chicago to, Germany, Belgium, Austria, Netherlands, Czech, Hungary, Japan, UK, and many more DJ Rush has stomped his way into their world and once there, nothing is ever the same.
2562 is Dave Huismans. This project is characterized by a post-garage skippiness, with rolling bass and hyper-edited snares learned from broken beat, a sense of space and echo learned from dub, and a devastating 4x4 anchorage and attention to detail from techno old and new. The result is more than the sum of its parts, an incredibly fulsome yet lean, natural-sounding, dancefloor-wrecking hybrid that’s found favour not only among dubstep heads but anyone drawn to fresh and innovative club music.
Huismans has also made some rather kick-ass bruk tunes under the name Dogdaze. That project is now retired, but he continues to turn out incredible deep house and techno confections under the name A Made Up Sound.
Jubei was the name on the lips of almost every top-flight drum & bass DJ in 2009. Whether it’s his solo productions, his work as a member of Code 3 (with SP:MC and Dakuan) or collaborations with the likes of Breakage, Alix Perez, Rockwell, Phobia, Icicle, Ulterior Motive, Vicious Circle, Cern, SPY, Lenzman, Logistics and Fierce, his music features heavily in the sets of those in the know.
Jubei’s first home, MC GQ’s Emcee Recordings released his 2006 debut ‘Still There’ and ‘Harvester’, a pair of collaborations with Breakage that paved the way for another co-write, ‘The Struggle’ this time alongside Sabre for Breakage and Equinox’s Scientific Wax.
A move to Newcastle brought forth a kinship with Phobia that has delivered a wealth of releases for the likes of Renegade Hardware and given birth to the Coded Music label whose epic first release, ‘Guillotine’ saw Breakage back in the fold on remix duties.
Drum & Bass pioneer Goldie recently enlisted Jubei to help engineer his orchestral piece 'Sine Tempus' for the BBC Proms and ‘Classic Goldie’ TV show and in the process signed a debut EP to his own Metalheadz label. Already in the pipeline are releases for DJ Friction’s Shogun Audio, Doc Scott’s 31 Records, dBridge’s Exit and Kasra’s Critical Music plus more for Metalheadz.
As a DJ, Jubei was a resident at Newcastle’s infamous Turbulence and regularly plays drum & bass institutions such as Metalheadz, Renegade Hardware and Fabric in London, Bristol's Dissident, Cambridges Spoonfed, StarWarz in Ghent and further flung destinations including Japan