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12/21/2012

RE:SYNC - w/ FREQ NASTY, WICK-IT THE INSTIGATOR ++

 

 

An-Ten-Nae, Euphonic Conceptions & 1015 Folsom Present
RE:SYNC :: THE BAKTUN SHIFT
& THE UNTZ 3 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY

 

featuring
FreQ Nasty
Wick-it the Instigator
Sleepyhead - Project Aspect - jOBOT
Psymbionic - Akara (DJ Set) - KittyD - MiHKAL

Audiovoid - Balance - & MORE!

 

FRIDAY DECEMBER 21ST, 2012
10p-4a
21+ ONLY

 

 

VIDEOS

Freq Nasty - Boomin' Back Atcha (ft. Phoebe One)
58,254 views on YouTube


FreQ Nasty - 1000 Buddhas Of The Pureland Of Bass
11,012 views on YouTube


Heavyweight Dub Champion vs FreQ Nasty - Snared (FreQ's Donkey Kong mix)
16,219 views on YouTube


Wick-It the Instigator - "Look At Mexico Now"
23,186 views on YouTube


Wick-It The Instigator - Black Bug
32,836 views on YouTube


Project Aspect - Mopping the Carpet
2,159 views on YouTube



freqnasty.com
FreQ Nasty on Facebook
FreQ Nasty on Soundcloud
 

FREQ NASTY

FreQ Nasty is a glitch hop, breakbeat, dub, and electronica producer. Born in Fiji and raised in New Zealand, breakbeat pioneer Freq Nasty is widely-acknowledged by critics for consistently breaking boundaries with his music, from his classic breaks tunes such as "Boomin Back Atcha" and "Move Back," to remixes of pop icons like Fatboy Slim, Kelis and KRS-One. At the same time, Freq is receptive to all that surrounds him; for example, his move to London and immersion in its developing scenes in the 90s resulted in seminal releases on Botchit & Scarper. Forward thinking and progressive, his releases evidenced a sign of the fast-moving times.

 

Freq is also well-known in the music scene for his social activism. In early 2008, Freq launched Giveback.net, a socially-conscious site featuring music campaigns, whereby musicians donate music in support of non-profit "action campaigns".The first campaign, in support of the Tibetan People's Uprising Movement, featured a collaboration with West Coast breaks artist, Bassnectar, Viva Tibet. The campaign successfully raised $8,000 in support of TPUM's March to Tibet earlier this year. His reasons for supporting the campaign, in his own words:

 

"It's time we as a music community reached out on a grassroots level and showed some love to those who need it, to whatever extent we feel able. Most of us don't vote, most of us see the news as something that happens to somebody else, and most of us have excess that the majority of the people we see on the news can only dream of. If we can help spread the idea that creating positive change in the world elsewhere is an investment in our own security and happiness then I'm a happy DJ."

 


wickittheinstigator.com
Wick-it the Instigator on Facebook
Wick-it the Instigator on Soundcloud
 

WICK-IT THE INSTIGATOR

He’s got a reputation for doing some thoughtfully fresh and mindblowingly original remixes that take him from beyond a standard dubstep or mash-up artist to a DJ/producer with skills that have turned heads and caught ears all over the Southeast. In a live setting, he sends people off with his mix of humor, ingenious pop culture samples and beats that can’t be touched. While his roots are firmly planted in hip hop, there is no shortage of heavy electronic bass music at a Wick-it show

 


Sleepyhead on Facebook
Sleepyhead on Soundcloud
 

SLEEPYHEAD

Samuel Pohner aka Sleepyhead originally began makin music in his hometown of Feeding Hills, MA in 1999. But not fully flexing his styles until his work with KnowSleep in 2006 with Knowa Knowone. The group had two releases to date. Later in 2007 he continued with solo production and a side project with Mimosa called Sexytime....Now in 2011 Sleepyhead has progressed beyond earlier genres and takes on sound and continued with a multi genre, multi tempo texture bassed production and dj style ranging from Ghettotech, House, Tropical, Bmore ect.

 


Project Aspect on Facebook
Project Aspect on Soundcloud
 

PROJECT ASPECT

In 2008, Jay Jaramillo developed ProJect Aspect, a progressive new paradigm for exploring music and engaging with the community. With over 12 years of dedicated musical experience, three of which were spent producing electronic music, Jaramillo has honed a highly developed style instantly recognizable and uniquely his own. With a pair of the fastest hands in the business and the unbridled passion of an inspired genius, Project Aspect wears his heart on his sleeve and lays his soul bare in every track he creates. His style encompasses everything from stunningly gorgeous electronic anthems featuring sultry female vocals to explosive, window-shattering, dance-floor bangers. Project Aspect is rapidly garnering support throughout the national electronic community and has shared the stage with Bass Legends such as EOTO, Big Gigantic, Mochipet, SexyTime, DJG, Michal Menert, Kraddy, Jantsen, Eprom, NastyNasty, Eliot Lipp, MartyParty, PantyRaid, Minnesota, GRiZ, VibeSquaD, Love&Light, and Nit Grit among many more.