Radio Modulate vs Ruse Records, Weds 24th Feb, 7-9pm

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    Modulate vs Ruse Records - Deficit b2b Displaced - 7-9pm, Weds 24th Feb. Tune in at Chatroom available at

    That didn't work? Ok, go to See the list on the left-hand side of the screen? Cool. Select Intense Radio (3rd from bottom), then click the headphones on next page to tune in.

    Still doesn't work? Ok. Throw your computer out the f**king window.

    Displaced is originally from New Zealand, now residing in London, England. Ruse Records Head Honcho, one of the promoters behind the This Way Up events series and co-owner of Your Time Music event promotions and dubstep label. Having played in a metal band from a young age, making music has always been a necessity. With a diverse musical background, the evolution of his sound has seen him turn his hand most successfully to the drum & bass scene and, more recently, the world of dubstep, under the name Mind. With diversity in his sets and having played shows across the globe, he knows what an audience wants better than they know themselves. Recently he’s turned his hand to production, getting support from artists including Consequence, Raiden, Calyx, Nymfo, Phobia, Loxy, Cern, Trei, Concord Dawn, Subtone and many more.

    Modulate co-founder Deficit grew up around Southampton/Portsmouth on a diet of Madness, hip-hop, metal and d&b. 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 Modulate Radio show. Expect a London club night later this year under the Modulate banner. Hard-edged drum & bass aimed square at the dancefloor. Why won't my DAMN FEET STAY STILL?

    Modulate is a collective formed of North London dj Deficit and Belfast dj Tracksuit Mafia (now also based in London). The pair met a few years back and started clubbing together regularly, sharing a mutual love of dark, hard, techy drum & bass and dubstep. Modulate currently runs a weekly radio show, sponsored by Intense Records, which aims to showcase both up & coming and established d&b, dubstep and breakbeat dj's. A bi-monthly London club night is planned for late 2010 with possible record label to follow.