Tune in at http://www.subbassfm.com, 8-10pm on Sunday 25th July. Join us on myspace & soundcloud to stream/download tracks/mixes and for up-to-date events & info: http://www.myspace.com/automatednb http://www.myspace.com/deficitlondon http://www.myspace.com/tracksuitmafiadrumandbass http://soundcloud.com/automate-dnb http://soundcloud.com/deficitlondon http://soundcloud.com/tracksuitmafia Deficit grew up around Southampton/Portsmouth on a diet of Madness, hip-hop, metal and dnb. DJing now for around 7 years, the most recent highlight has been a warm-up set for Adam F. He can be found rinsing out dirty, rollin tech styles at Malfunction in Bristol and heading up the Automate Radio show. Hard-edged drum & bass aimed square at the dancefloor. Why won't my DAMN FEET STAY STILL? Tracksuit Mafia started DJing dnb and jungle in Belfast around 7 years ago. Coming from a heavy metal background, he has always prefered the harder end of the spectrum. He started producing his own dnb and dubstep around 2 years ago, incorporating metal & hip hop into his dark, dirty, hard-edged tracks. He especially enjoys sampling (movies, music, strange sounds) and twisting these up to create weird and original-sounding patterns and rhythms. He holds a residency at and has heavy involvement with the highly successful and long running Bad Taste events in Belfast, alongside Kodeine, Undadog & Alias Unknown. Recent special guests have included Noisia, Producer, Limewax, The Teknoist and DJ Hidden. 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, Freek One, Bigga & Drum Monkeys. A bi-monthly London club night is planned for late 2010 with possible record label to follow.