I’ve always felt like CONTROL at the Avalon provided a home away from home situation for the Trouble & Bass crew. Drop The Lime and AC Slater were some of the first acts that I ever saw at CONTROL, and it’s been great watching the artists and the party grow up together over the past 3 years. This week, the Heavy Bass Champions will return once more to 1735 Vine St. for a full-on takeover, featuring DJ sets from Drop The Lime, AC Slater, Star Eyes, The Captain, and Samo Sound Boy. What a lineup, right? Right.
Please RSVP names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted before 5:30PM on Friday.
$10 before 10PM
$15 before 11PM
Tunage: • T&B LA Take Over Mix – January 2012 Tracklist:
Redlight – Vampires
DTL – Shake Baby Shake
Star Eyes & UFO – Never Not
Bingo Players – Rattle
LKiD – 50,000 Watts
Willy Moon – I Wanna Be Your Man (Drop The Lime Remix)
Udachi – Put down De Gun
Tony Rocky Horror – Bump & Grizzle (Star Eyes Remix)
Caspa – Sir Rock A Lot
Little Jinder – Whatever We want (Kastle Remix)
Rustie – City Star
Drums of Death – Cold Lazarus (Starkey Remix)
Joker – My Trance Girl
Udachi – Shaolin Slumlord
Star Eyes – The Night (Deathface Remix)
GIVEAWAY! Send your names to RSVP@gottadancedirty.com and 2 lucky winners will win tickets to this week’s show! Winner will be announced tomorrow afternoon.
With the T&B takeover at CONTROL at the Avalon this Friday, it only made sense to premiere the new Star Eyes EP, The Night, for you guys this afternoon! Set for release on January 17th on Trouble & Bass, the EP features the original from Star Eyes as well as remixes from Hostage, Deathface, and Bad Looks. The melodic original mix is equipped with chilling vocals, light airy synths, and a gripping grungy sound found in the peak of the track. The trio of remixes goes in all directions. Hostage embarks on an uptempo journey while utilizing Star Eyes’ stems very well, Deathface brings out the big guns as he throws in some major whomps and wiggles, and The Bad Looks remix incorporates some breaky drums and even furthers the wonky, grungy synth used in the original.
Enjoy streaming the EP before the release on the 17th, and make sure to come check out Star Eyes drop it this Friday at the Avalon!
Our friends over at Trouble & Bass have a heavy release slated for the 13th of December from the bass fiend from Chicago known as Willy Joy. You might remember seeing Willy up here on GDD™ a month or two ago when we posted up a fall mix as well as Flinch’s √+ remix of ‘Woman Like Me,’ and now he receives our support once again for the absolutely banging Whispering Woods EP. As the T&B guys so aptly described it, the title track “is a face-blistering chunk of electro stabs and drum rolls that recalls your first metal show as much as a bad trip in the forest,” which probably scares and intrigues you simultaneously as it does for me. Fans of Electro, listen here first and pick it up 12/13.
I’ve been waiting for this one for a while as I’m sure many of you have. Trouble & Bass boss, Drop The Lime, is bringing his live band to the Avalon in Hollywood in 2 days, and I’ve heard only amazing things about this highly anticipated performance. In addition to this monstrous headliner, we will also witness another CONTROL appearance from GDD™ fav, Alex Metric, as well as the Finnish firestarter, Huoratron, and West Coast T&B rep, Samo Sound Boy. This is going to be a good one boys and girls.
Please RSVP names to JONAH@GOTTADANCEDIRTY.COM to be on our discount guestlist for the evening. All names must be submitted by 5:30PM.
$10 before 10PM
$15 before 11PM
9:30-11:15PM : Matty Scoll
11:15-1:00AM : Alex Metric
1:00-1:45AM : Drop The Lime (Live)
1:45-3:00AM : Huoratron
3:00AM-Close : Samo Sound Boy
As you may or may not know, the Trouble & Bass DJ/Producer from Brooklyn known as AC Slater teamed up with Atlanta’s indie rapper, Dell ’080′ Harris, last year for a full length dance/rap crossover album that was released by the always fresh NY streetwear company, Mishka Clothing. The album was produced by AC, featured vocals from Dell, and also hosted a roster of featured artists including Drop The Lime, Ninjasonik, Megan Thomas, and more. The guys have just released the the title track of the album, ‘Right Now,’ today as an EP along with the instrumental and a raunchy little rendition from Party Like Us Records rep, Udachi, that has already been getting support from Starkey, DJ Mehdi, Rico Tubbs, and more. Grab the Udachi remix in full quality and make sure to check out the awesome music video for ‘Right Now’ below.
Fellow Los Angeles resident and sole West Coast affiliate to NY’s Trouble & Bass crew, Samo Sound Boy has picked up a lot of steam in the past year with his first release on T&B’s ‘Heavy Bass Champions of The World Vol. XIII’ as well as made appearances at some of North America’s top festivals including SxSW, Miami Music Week, Coachella, and more. On August 30th, Samo will be making his second release on Trouble & Bass Records with the Shuffle Code EP, and today you can check out the premiere of the ridiculously interesting video for the A-side track, ‘Shuffle Code.’ Make sure to pick up the entire EP next week!
Samo Sound Boy – Shuffle Code EP[STREAM]
1) Shuffle Code
2) Me and You
3) Shuffle Code (Da Fresh Remix)
4) Shuffle Code (Ikonika Remix)