Tumble Audio & Durkle Disco collide head on for the first time on October 11th at the newly refurbished Bank, with booming new Funktion One sound. For our first collaboration, we are delighted to bring you the following selectors smashing it up with the best in garage, grime, funky & more…
Tumble Audio x Durkle Disco
The Bank of Stokes Croft, Bristol, BS1 3QY
Friday 11th October 2013
10pm – 4am
£3 before midnight, £5 after
APPLEBLIM **exclusive garage & grime history set**
BOOFY b2b HI5GHOST
KILLJOY b2b HANK LIMIT
(Applepips / Skull Disco)
Our headliner should need no introduction; as the man behind seminal dubstep imprint Skull Disco and, more recently, Applepips it’s fair to say that Appleblim is a certified don in UK bass/electronic music. Better known for his deeper techno & house influenced sounds, for one night only he digs deep into his collection, dusting off the vinyl to bring you an exclusive history lesson taking us back to the roots of garage & grime.
BOOFY b2b HI5GHOST
(Bandulu / Tumble Audio / Sector 7)
Two of the most exciting new producers coming out of Bristols immense electronic music scene, who are currently receiving support from scene heavyweights, Kahn and Neek. Boofy and Hi5ghost are flying the flag for instrumental grime right now and we are very happy to invite them to bun down the first Tumble Audio x Durkle Disco night.
HANK LIMIT B2B KILLJOY
Killjoy spends most his time travelling the uk trying to scope out the darkest ale. When he isn’t necking a swift half he’s in the studio building his signature funky/grime hybrid riddims such as ‘memories’ which received DJ support from some of the scenes heavyweights, including Marcus Nasty, Brackles, My Nu Leng, Dusk & Blackdown to name but a few. He is joined by Tumble CEO Hank Limit to bring you the best in bass music right now.
Having built up a following with his early straight up dubstep productions, live sets and that white label bootleg, Bristol based Lojik has turned his hand to a more melodic streak, blending musical elements with driving garage beats and dusty vocals. Since becoming part of the Durkle Disco family, Lojik has sought to broaden his musical output by taking influence from other artists on the label; in this new environment of a collection of different producers all bringing something to the table, we can expect big things from Lojik in the future.
Like a monkey, but without the ‘M’, little is known about the mysterious creature who responds to this name, but whispers tell of an astonishing musical talent who, after years of toil and preparation, is finally ready to emerge from his simian lair and reveal himself to the world. Growing up on a diet of not just bananas, but drum & bass, grime and dubstep, Unkey’s sound is a high-octane amalgamation of the many strains of UK bass-centric music, at a steady, groove-ridden 140 beats per minute.
Guppy Slim arrived in Bristol last month with half a ton of vinyl. He always has a raw selection of dubs and records with him. Catch him rolling out on Passion Radio every week and on Brap FM bi-weekly.