Blow Every Friday at Egg, King’s Cross, London N1 Friday 30th July 2010 :: 10pm till Super late :: £10 adv / £13 Door Blow E-flyer :: http://jakedavisdesign.co.uk/eflyers/blow/index.html Over its first three months, Blow has rocked to massive weekly guests like Alphabeat, Arno Cost,The Horrors, Peanut Butter Jelly Time, Kris Menace, Caged Baby, Evil 9, Kidda and much more as well as hosting specialis…t inner parties such as The Grime Forum Awards, STUN London on the D&B tip and also the Techno set. Set across 4 rooms connected by a main corridor throught the Club, its musical mash ups of every genre blowing up all night on a Funktion One sound system and Egg’s much talked-about Garden. :: Terrace :: STUN London: on a drum and bass and dub step tip DJ FRICTION MC EVIL B MacPherson & MC Messy Reflex (Rinse FM) Union DJ’s Matt Carpenter Snatch DJ’s :: Basement :: Itch Record: doing their Techno & Electro thing BASS KLEPH FILTH & SPLENDOUR (CR2) SoLow vs Scott Ferris Alex Hutch Red Wolf Superfly Alfredo Ramos Gainsford Doors :: Loft – House :: Blow All Starz: Pork Rib (Resident) Holly Daze (Resident) Tom Thunder DJ Freaky Lawrence Friend :: Garden – Chill out! :: DJ FRICTION: Brighton raised, multi award winning DJ Friction is a member of an exclusive club. He is one of a handful of DJ’s to have smashed through the ranks and become a superstar in his genre simply through an unbelievable talent behind the decks. This year has seen him add more accolades to his ever increasing CV and is regarded by many as not only the most skilled but the most diverse DJ in drum & bass. As a teenager Friction played at events and promoted his own club nights much like any other young DJ trying to make a name for himself. He soon linked up with Brighton producers ‘Stakka & K-Tee’, who were heavily involved with Andy C’s Ram Records imprint. Many hours were spent in the studio and in February ’99 Friction released his debut single ‘Critical Mass’ under the name Kinnetix on the ‘Under Fire’. Before long Friction received interest from big Drum & Bass record companies such as TOV & Renegade Hardware. He soon produced a track for TOV’s ‘Here Comes Trouble’ EP with the defining track ‘Photon’. Things were most definitely moving for this talented, hugely motivated young man from Brighton. Immediately following that was the acclaimed ‘Altitude’ with Stakka & Skynet, regarded throughout the scene as a truly ground breaking piece of drum & bass, fusing high energy techno and jungle, helping to start what was regarded by many as the ‘Neurofunk’ sound. BASS KLEPH: Beatport #1 remixer, label boss, pop songwriter and one of few DJs who can still sell tens of thousands of compilations, not to mention smash a festival stage – in 2010, Bass Kleph seems to have done it all. His first Beatport #1 with his remix of Joan Reyes’s Shakedown. His first appearance in the top 10 in the inthemix Australian DJ top 50. A club and radio pop smash with $pend My Money (feat Stellar MC), as well as a top 20 Beatport main-chart hit with his own track, Keyboard Cat. And dates across Spain, the UK, the US and Canada, Russia, China, headline slots at the Good Vibrations Festival in Australia, remixes of huge acts like Green Velvet and Sarah McLeod, and the continued success of his own label and its crew of producers – Vacation Records, and its new sister label Exit Row. ITCH RECORDS: Itch Records is a London based label with big ambitions and bigger releases. Building itself on the eclecticism of it’s owners love of dance music – it’s output is a mixture of techno, tech-house, progressive, electro and deep house, often blurring the boundaries between genres.