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Dub All Or Nothing



Dub All Or Nothing are back at Cable for their first ever Saturday slot! Renowned for bringing us the heaviest underground artist, this April is no different. Dub All Or Nothing bring you another selection of pioneers, mixed with the best new talent.

At the event will be Hatcha whose home in Croydon is where it all started – dubstep – where he absorbed more than most, engraining himself deep into the psyche of the producers around him – spending his days rolling in and out of record shops, his nights spent deep in the confines of his bedroom preparing for his next set. Having helped bring the genre to light, Hatcha’s foundation at Big Apple Records made him the first to play the early Skream and Benga dubplates which formed the scene and helped him rule the floor at FWD. Be prepared for a taste of the old school and new school on the 20th. Alongside him will be Coki, one half of the Digital Mystkiz crew alongside Mala, reined South Norwood as a kid – but as he matured, and came of age, it was his DMZ project that took him to real acclaim. DMZ acted as one of the first nights to solidly promote dubstep – quickly gathering a hype that spread across the whole of the UK. As a master of new production techniques, it’s Coki’s blueprint sound – that raw and distorted bass wobble – that inspires the US dubstep giants of today. While Bar 9 might not be a Croydon boy, the Bristol based producer kept frenzy up in his hometown, away from the lights of Croydon. Having built his rep through constant touring, Bar 9 has made himself the staple of any dubstep night worth it’s own name. Joining them, they’ve got Reso – dubstep’s most forward thinking producer to date. Combining the sounds of jazz, soul, funk and groove into his tunes, it’s rhythm where Reso’s head is set. Bluring the line between what we know to expect from dubstep nights, he’s a true talent, and stands proudly alongside Tut Tut Child, Senzer, Mowbz, and more on the line-up for April 20th’s Dub All.

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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