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BEER RAVE SATURDAY JUNE 18th

BEER RAVE

As per usual, we’ll be bringing the best in Dubstep, Electro, Hard House, Club, and Moombahton every month. And just to get it really going, stop by 10-11 and enjoy some free beer on us.

PLS DNT STP
ART CBK
AARON RUXBIN

Medusas Lounge (21st and Chestnut) June 18th. $5 All Night FREE BEER 10-11 $4 Pabst+Whiskey

PLS DNT STP (Sex Cult, TrillBass Records, Ministry of Sound, Ultra)

Their list of remixes won’t stop. From their Designer Drugs remix of “Through the Prism”, currently featured on The Mistry of Sound’s, “Sound of Dubstep Mix.”, to their forth coming remix of Hussle Club for SEX CULT records, PLS DNT STP is on a tear. Watch out for their new mix, Information Overload Vol 3, and remixes on Unruly records as well as new reworks for Designer Drugs, and a limited 7″ release for Actual Records.

http://www.facebook.com/PLSDNTSTP

http://soundcloud.com/plsdntstp

@PLSDNTSTP

ART CBK (Let Me Ride)

The man with the golden touch. He’s been throwing down in Philly for almost a decade and a half. From the wild nights of Let Me Ride, to the floor dropping Jungle Rave parties, Cuebik likes to keep his bases covered, and his Gin and tonics cold.

AARON RUXBIN (Actual Records, Phonographic)

Founder of Actual Records and the DJ who brought you ‘Phonographic’ and ’180gram’, this guy has the pulse of philly on speed dial. Underground parties with T&B artists spinning in a living room? Done. Grimey warehouse parties in philly? Done. Pressing his own records? Done. And yes it is true, Aaron Ruxbin still spins real vinyl [and nothing else]. Bass heavy analog soundscapes and electronic dance music.

http://soundcloud.com/dayofthedubstep/dj-ruxbin-presents-the-day-of

http://actualrecords.org/

+++ DUBSTEP_HARDHOUSE_ELECTRO CLUB MOOMBAHTON +++

Medusas Lounge 21st and Chestnut +21 $5 All Night FREE BEER 10-11 $4 Pabst+Whiskey All Night.

BEER RAVE 2011 Featuring Scottie B+Uncle Jesse

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Get ready for a night you’ll never remember! Your friends at Tighten UP! are teaming up with Let Me Ride to bring you one mess of an evening. It’s cold outside, but the dancefloor will be retarded hot.

Scottie B
Uncle Jesse
Let Me Ride vs PLS DNT STP


Medusas Lounge (21st and Chestnut) Feb. 18th. $5 All Night

Scottie B (Unruly, No Rule)

What more can we say. Unruly records veteran Scottie B will bring his A game, and some. I really don’t think we need to write more here.

Uncle Jesse (Unruly, Cross Faded, Tharsis, Steez Promo)

2 of Baltimore’s finest when it comes to everything from Baltimore club with a gutter grimey baseline to killing the dancefloor with a disco house set. With release on labels like Philly’s club staple, Crossfaded Bacon, and Unruly, there is no chance these guys will disappoint. NO CHANCE!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6yHxt_1nWA

Let Me Ride (Tronik, Jungle Rave)

Back at it again, Let Me Ride is coming out of it’s shell to do what it does best. Drink Four Loko and cause a ruckus. You might remember them from the Jungle Rave party this past summer. The party went off so hard, the cops showed up to Medusas 4 times. True story. This night its baseline and birthday shots.

PLS DNT STP (Sex Cult, TrillBass Records)

The result of a freak accident between a car battery, an umbrella, 2 bottles of Johnny Walker Black Label, and bandmates Thomas Key and Fredric Fresh. New to the Dubstep scene, they have already managed to score a release on Ultra records, as well as numerous forth coming remixes on Sex Cult records for the likes of Designer Drugs and Trillbass. You’ve been warned.

http://soundcloud.com/plsdntstp

+++ Baltimore Club – Electro – House – Disco – Dubstep – Party Pumping Beats +++

Medusas Lounge 21st and Chestnut +21 $5 All Night $4 Pabst+Whiskey All Night.

Don’t forget to wish Art Cuebik and Fredric Fresh happy bday.

Designer Drugs – Through The Prism Remix EP

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This is a good one folks. Designer Drugs has dropped a remix EP for “Through The Prism“. The EP features the likes of Drop the Lime, Dada Life, Tom Deluxx, and PLS DNT STP. Out now everywhere on Ultra Records. Banger city indeed friends.

DesignerDrugs-ThroughThePrism(PLS DNT STP RMX) clip by PLSDNTSTP

Buy it on Beatport | iTunes

LAZERBITCH – Twilight Video

This just in from our pals @LAZERBITCH Brand new video for their track, “Twilight.” Digging the Baltimore vampires by night. Drop them a line here.

Deathwave – Podcast 5 Featured Artist

As promised folks we are dishing out tracks from artists featured on podcast 5. Last week we hit you with Alvin RiskAt Last.” This week we have Nathan Vice’s new project Deathwave. We featured Jack Her on the podcast, and he has so kindly made his new track Pancake available for download. This track is something fierce. And the 2nd drop. Oh Boy! So enjoy, and check out the interview we did with him last month.

Deathwave – Pancake by Deathwave

Dev79 – Live N Die 4 The Street Bass

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We gatta show some love for the Philly Bass Fanatic (Go PHILS!) Dev79. Always on the hustle, he’s been grinding away at dubstep since it was Grime. His new single is out. “Live and Die 4 the Street Bass.” Peep these lovely mp3s he’s sent along, and grab the single.

Live and Die for the Street Bass 128 mp3

Bonus!

Teach Me How to Dougie – Dev79 Bootleg 320 mp3

NATHAN VICE/DEATHWAVE – INTERVIEW

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We’re big fans of this Puerto Rico native, turned New York transplant. Ever since he came down to DC in May of 09 and played almost an entire set of originals, he’s been heavy on our radar. Last year he teamed up wtih the Tighten UP! crew on his remix of Illy’s Double on the Rocks project, “Thats My Steez.” And was recently featured on Tighten UP! Podcast 4.

So how did you get your start DJ’ing?

I guess it all started when I heard drum & bass for the first time back in 2000 (kind of late I know). I was absolutely blown away. The energy, the sound design. Everything. I didn’t really know how to go about it… I just wanted to make music like that… Somehow. Had a friend who was into promoting parties and knew about this stuff. He recommended I start out DJing first, and then I would pick up on the musical and production skills. Bought a cheap pair of turntables and a mixer, bunch of records, and got to practicing. Played a few small parties for some time, then I took a break to focus on making music for a while. I picked up DJing again around 2008, when I finally jumped from drum & bass to house, electro, etc.

Favorite Jello flavor?

Orange

You’ve played in Puerto Rico quiet a bit, what do you find is the difference between there and the states?

PR has a surprisingly active party scene with lots of great, high profile acts dropping by all the time. It’s an island of course and most of the scene concentrates around the capital, so all in all it’s a handful of local people running things and playing most of the parties along with the bigger names. It’s a tight knit scene so once word spreads that you’re doing good work, especially on the production front, and getting outside recognition, it’s easier to get a variety of consistent gigs. But its not a walk in the park either. You have to put in your work and pay your dues like anywhere else. Here in the states things feel more spread out. Lots of promoters, companies, DJs, producers, etc all trying to do their own thing, so it ends up being a little nerve-racking at times… Until you get one or two tracks that really blow up and put you on the map. I’m working on that heh.

GI Joes or Transformers?

teenage mutant ninja turtles

Favorite track or Remix you’ve done so far?

Probably the last two tracks I finished as Deathwave
Deathwave – Pancake
Deathwave – Jack Her (Til She Screams)


Your stuck on an island, and you can only bring 3 DVD’s to watch for the next 3 years. What do you bring?

Anchorman
Blade Runner
Scarface (I know it’s a cliche but goddamn I always loved that flick)


What can you tell us about your new project “Deathwave”?

I’ve kind of been focusing most of my energy into Deathwave lately. I’m using this project to experiment with darker, heavier tracks. The Nathan Vice thing will continue to draw from 80′s soundtracks, new wave, italo, disco, rock, etc. while Deathwave will include a broader range of influences like acid house, techno, drum & bass, hip hop, funk, tropical stuff, and whatever else. I’m not really limiting myself with it. No set rules. Just an emphasis on big bass, dark, raw, gritty vibes, and getting people to break a sweat on the dancefloor.

What will make a comeback first? Drum and Bass or the Achey Breaky Heart?

I hope country gets huge in 2012. It will make armageddon feel like not such a bad thing after all.

Nathan Vice – Light Cone by Nathan Vice
Deathwave – Pancake by Deathwave

The Final Countdown – Illy+J Brookinz+Grey Granite

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We just wanted to bring this to your attention again. A fun little bootleg combing 3 great things. 80′s Hair metal, Bmore club, and rave raps. Oh ya, and it was also featured on Tighten UP! podcast 2.

The Final Countdown – Illy+J Brookinz+Grey Granite

The Friday Round UP! – Podcast edition

It’s been an MP3 crazy 2 weeks. We kinda feel bad because we didn’t point this out last week. But now EVERYTHING MUST GO!!! For our Friday Round UP! we’re linking you to all of the mp3′s we gave away with Tighten UP! Podcast 4. We’re also linking you to some of the other great songs we gave away this past week. So download them. Trade them with your friends. Just make sure you collect all 6.


Tighten up Podcast 4

http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/03/tighten-up-podcast-4/

Nelly Furtado – Maneater (Silverback Dubstep Remix)
http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/19/endboss-strikes-again/

Yeasayer – O.N.E (Peter Dragontail Remix)
http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/18/yeasayer-o-n-e-peter-dragontail-remix/

Lazerbitch – Twilight (Booman Baltimore Club Remix)
http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/12/lazerbitch-twilight-dj-booman-bmore-club-remix/

Painted Face – Undreamt
http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/10/painted-face/

Ten Toes Down – Mayhem bootleg
http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/09/monday-mayhem/

Sidefx – HYX & H0U5T0N Dubstep Redit
http://tightenup.biz/2010/08/04/nerds-in-herds/

Yeasayer – O.N.E. (Peter Dragontail Remix)

Yeasayer – O.N.E. (Peter Dragontail Remix Mix)

This ones for the ladies. We are REALLY digging this Yeasayer Remix by Philly’s Peter Dragontail. This guy has been under the radar in Philly for a bit, with some stand out track writing. (And some wild illustration skills too if we might add) This track is def on the deeper tip.

Yeasayer – O.N.E. (Peter Dragontail Remix)