INFECTIOUS BREAKS present SCOUNDREL (Rough Tempo) NOV 5TH

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    INFECTIOUS BREAKS PRESENT SCOUNDREL (Rough Tempo Radio, BREAKSPOLL) & WOLFTRAP LABEL LAUNCH



    SWEAT BOX DJ'S:

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    SCOUNDREL threw himself straight into the Breaks/Bass & Mashup scene in 2008. He had decided after many many years of being involved in Underground Dance Music, it was time to take to the stage himself.. In this short space of time he has made a huge impact locally and now Nationally.. His DJ Sets are described as Mental Mashups of Breaks,Dubstep, Old Skool With a few surprises and lots of balls... Playing alongsid...e DJs/Producers from all genres of Dance, including Beardyman, Caspa, Chase & Status, Kissy Sellout, Nero, Cut La Roc, Far Too Loud, Billy Nasty, Rennie Pilgrem, Ellis Dee, Atomic Hooligan, Plump DJs, Mark Broom, Shut Up & Dance, The Ragga Twins etc etc... The list goes on & on.. This led to 3 nominations @ the Breakspoll 2010 Awards, one for himself as Best Breakthrough DJ & two more for his Rough Tempo Radio Station (Radio & Website), an amazing achievement in the 18 months he has been DJing & Running The Radio Station.

    2010 holds an excellent array of bookings for Scoundrel including "An Evening with Krafty Kuts" @ Matter London, "Funkatech Vs Fresh" @ Motion Bristol & also the "Waveform Festival". With upcoming production projects with Terry 'Atomic' Hooligan, Cut La Roc, Ctrl Z, Steve Lavers, Radiokillaz, this year is sure to be a busy one for this nutty fella and His B*stard Beats N Bass Mashup Sets!!!


    NEIL RUMBLE (Mode 303, Digital Pollution)

    Also in the sweat box will be a mix off between Dusted Breaks two main guys LEE MARTIN & JOHN SELEKTA

    And the Residents: MIKE LEWIS// DJ IGNITION// MIKE CUBIST// MARK MARTIN



    TARDIS ROOM - //WOLFTRAP LABEL LAUNCH//

    We are very happy to announce the launch of House/Techno label WOLFTRAP brought to you by two of Portsmouth's finest DJ/Producers TIM COOK & GARY WOOD. They will also be using their own sound system, which has the reputation of being one the best in the Country!


    Tim Cook

    Hailing from Portsmouth in the UK, Tim started Djing in 1995 and producing in 2003.

    With his productions gaining support from the likes of Gregor Treshor, Oliver Huntemann, Sian, Craig Richards, Jeff Samuel, Rui Da Silva, Chris Fortier, Mark Henning, Paco Osuna, Xpansul, Billy Dalessandro, Dj Three, Andrew Grant, Pig and Dan, Nick Warren and Hernan Catteneo it's no wonder they have been snapped up by labels such as the massive underground imprint Railyard Recordings, Chris Fortier's Fade Records and Rui Da Silva's Kismet Records.


    2007 saw the re-launch of his club night 'Cartel' where he has played alongside DJ's such as Terry Francis, Adultnapper, Omid 16b, Rui Da Silva and Ashley Casselle.

    Since then Tim’s had his head down in the studio, exploring a different sound and producing under the name of Sousk. He’s also been busy with new label Wolf Trap, a label he and mate Gary Wood have started as a vehicle for their own productions plus anything they like sound of!


    Gary Wood

    As a fanatical house music follower throughout a continually changing scene dating back to the late eighties DJ and producer Gary Wood has a grasp of the industry that knows no bounds.

    From the very awakenings of the dance music era, through going out to underground warehouse parties across London, the likes of Mr C, Eddie Richards, Terry Francis and Bushwacka inspired many of Gary’s choices as a consumer, a house night promoter and profound artist from there on in.

    Having already discovered a passion for synthetic sounds through his electro influences of the eighties including Kraftwerk and Dépêche Mode, and after dancing and partying his way through most of the nineties, by the time 2000 came it was time for Gary to do some musical manipulation of his own.

    After building up a substantial collection of vinyl Gary was glued to his first set of 1210’s and he landed his first booking in 2001. Within a year Gary had won Best DJ in a Radio 1 competition hosted by Pete Tong and Mr C, earning him a slot at ‘Sub Terrain’ at The End nightclub, a massive achievement and honour, playing alongside his greatest.

    The contemporary tempo combined with the authentic acid sounds of Gary’s sets began to land him gigs at reputable underground events across the south, including The Egg, Ministry of Sound and Mr C’s spin off show Superfreq in Southampton. In 2004 Gary decided he wanted to bring his kind of music closer to home and set up his own night in Portsmouth, named after god of mischief, Loki - his artistic alter ego. The monthly night was graced by the likes of Nathan Coles, Terry Francis and some of Portsmouth’s finest Dave Spoon, Dave Robertson and Tim Cook to name a few.

    But now Gary’s attention turns increasingly towards his production skills and more importantly his creative urges. Having completed a BA (Honours) Degree in Creative Music Production at the Academy of Contemporary Music Guilford, Gary’s studio ability and technical know-how are second to none. Being nothing short of an equipment junkie, Gary now dedicates all his spare time to his state of the art studio, fine-tuning tracks such as quirky classic ‘Too deep’ out on Endemic Digital, or interpreting other artists’ tracks like his remix of Greg Mak’s ‘Liquid Memories’.

    Toxic Black as he is artistically recognised aptly reflects Gary’s extremities as a producer. Characteristically his music encapsulates a mixture of sharp techy beats embedded in dark undertones with a distinctly twisted energy throughout, echoing that revolutionary acid house scene where artistically, Gary was born.


    ***** THERE WILL ALSO BE FIREWORKS!! (Weather Pending)*****


    FRIDAY 5TH NOVEMBER

    THE BARN
    (Behind THE MILTON ARMS)
    174-176 MILTON ROAD
    PO4 8PT

    £2.00 ALL NIGHT// R.O.A.R// NO DRESS CODES


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