Automate Radio Presents ...... Undadog (Bad Taste / Drumology)

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    AUTOMATE RADIO PRESENTS

    UNDADOG (Bad Taste / Drumology)

    Wednesday 31st March 7 - 9PM
    www.intenserecords.co.uk/radio

    Undadog started DJing around 11 years ago and is one of Irelands most talented and versatile DJ's, he has played at various club nights and festivals all over Ireland and also hosts his own Internet radio shows on Shedbass and Bass Junkies. He holds residencies at Bad Taste Drum & Bass alongside Kodeine, Tracksuit Mafia & Alias Unknown and also the Drumology nights in Belfast where he showcases his unique ability to mix, scratch and cut up drum & bass, jungle and old skool breakbeat.


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    Automate is a collective formed of Deficit and Tracksuit Mafia. The pair met a few years back and started clubbing together regularly, sharing a mutual love of dark, hard, techy dnb and dubstep. Automate currently runs a weekly radio show, sponsored by Intense Records, which aims to showcase both up & coming and established dnb, dubstep and breakbeat dj's. Recent guests include Katanga, Displaced, Esion and Frequency. A bi-monthly London club night is planned for late 2010 with possible record label to follow.