Friday 13th December : #ZEDBIAS [UK] #KILLFRENZY [BE] #CHRISTIANMARTIN [US]


  • Goodgod Small Club 55 Liverpool St. Chinatown Australia

Hot off the tail of the Subsonic Music Festival, Construct is teaming up Subsonic Music for a one off special event - The Subsonic After Party feat. ZED BIAS [UK], KILL FRENZY [BE] and CHRISTIAN MARTIN [US]!

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ZED BIAS [UK] - Swamp81/Biasonic/Tru Thoughts
UKG stalwart, broken beat fanatic, dub connoisseur. His pseudonyms include Zed Bias, Phuturistix, Funk Bias, Daluq, Talissman, Ruffcut Bias, Nu Design, 7 Wonders, Almighty Beatfreakz, Dekata Project – just some of the names Maddslinky, aka Dave Jones, has recorded under in the last 14 years as himself or in collaboration with others.

With a slew of seminal releases in 1999 on his own Sidewinder and Sidestepper imprints, Jones then hit the UK Charts as Zed Bias in 2000 with Neighbourhood, now widely regarded as one of the all time classic UK Garage tracks. 

He is cited as one of the pioneers of breakbeat garage but is always moving with – or ahead of – the times and his recent productions still grace the playlists of Radio 1 DJs Annie Mac, Benji B, Nick Grimshaw, Gilles Peterson and Mista Jam, as well as into the record boxes of DJ / producers like Toddla T, Loefah, Skream, Pearson Sound, Oneman, Julio Bashmore, Kode 9 and Martyn (who included ‘Lost on Tenori Street’ on his ‘Fabric 50’ mix).

The first Maddslinky album, ‘Make Your Peace’, dropped in 2002, and in 2010 we saw the release of 'Make a Change', the long-awaited follow up LP with collaborators including Skream, Mr Scruff, Omar, Mighty Moe, Ghost1, Jenna G and many more. On the same day as the new album release, Tru Thoughts made available the seminal ‘Make Your Peace’ which, despite not being given a widespread release, played a large role in the creation of dubstep.

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KILL FRENZY [BE] - Dirtybird Records/Food Music 

Kill Frenzy (aka Sébastien) is a young dj producer from Belgium. He worked his way into the production game rather fast after at age 17 discovering the fast dirty booty house tracks comming from Chicago and Detroit. He started to make his own nasty tracks and was one of the first European
juke (booty house) producers to release several booty house tracks on the infamous Dust Traxx label (Chicago) and the legendary Dj Godfather’s label Juke trax (Detroit). Not wanting to limit himself to just one style he started working on various other styles. His first ep
was picked up immediately by Hervé of The Count of Monte Cristal with his Cheaper thrills(UK)
label. He continued to release trax and remixes on various different labels, flirting with different
genres while at the same time keeping that original ghetto house and booty flavor.
In 2012 Kill Frenzy debuted on Claude Vonstroke’s label Dirty bird with Booty Clap (“Make that
Booty Clap featuring DJ Funk ”) wich became a track widely known across the world. To put it in the
words of dirtybird ” To have a track that gets played by everyone all the way from Soul Clap to
Skrillex shows Kill Frenzy’s ability to bridge the gap between genres, cliques and crews around the
world” Going further on this sound he released Go to the mo ep ft Sacha robotti on Dirty bird. This
new EP pushes even further into that original sound.

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CHRISTIAN MARTIN [US] - Dirtybird Records/Trapez

Since 1995, Christian Martin has been exploring electronic music from one end of the earth to the other; from full-moon parties in the deserts of California to the thumping,dark corners of the London club scene. Christian followed his love for spleen-rattling bass to San Francisco in 2000, where he met up with the now legendary dirtybird crew.The dirtybird BBQ was the brainchild of the four original members – Christian & his brother Justin Martin, and friends Claude VonStroke and Worthy. They had a personalmission to change the landscape of San Francisco house music by throwing an epic free party in the park, based on their new signature sound. In 2003, with nothing to lose and everything to gain, Christian bought a massive yet necessary sound system on his credit card. This set the standard for a new era of die-harddedicated DIY producers, all with productions based on heavy bass-lines, smiling faces and dance floor delights.

In 2006, Christian began releasing a steady stream of tracks, first collaborating withJustin under the “Martin Brothers” alias, as well as Claude VonStroke. The Martin Brothers partnership has produced such hip-hop influenced hits as ‘Duckface’, ‘Stoopit’,& ‘Dum’, as well as remixes for Ed Banger and Fool's Gold. On his own, he's released his own brand of bassy house music on labels such as dirtybird, Trapez, and Anabatic.His low end take on tech house has led to remixes for musical heavyweights such as Chromeo, Underworld, L-Vis 1990, and many more.

Christian's devotion to large scale bass has allowed him to champion the dirtybird soundout of the park and onto giant soundsystems at clubs and festivals worldwide. From Fusion (Germany) to Shambhala (Canada), to Coachella & Symbiosis (US), there's a constant demand for what he describes as “bass from the ground up.” In San Francisco, Christian is a resident at dirtybird's raucous quarterly party at Mezzanine; and also atMonarch, the newly opened marvel of a club. His new musical alias Leroy Peppers has recently roared to life, offering an even heavier take on hip-hop influenced bass music.Whether it be Leroy or Christian behind the decks, if your hands aren't clapping your ass surely will be.

This event will take place at the much respected GOODGOD SMALL CLUB which has hosted some of the biggest names in bass music's history.

Tickets: $15 Limited Presale. More on the door. 
Available at: http://pulseradio.net/events/view/4843