April 1, 2009

Whiplash - Vermont Drum n Bass - The Final Show Tonight

WHIPLASH
Vermont Drum n Bass
Wednesday April 1st, 2009
10pm - 2am
Featuring the Basscamp Resident Rockers:
Tricky Pat
Sekhmet
Rekkon
Sharkat
Phatrix
Nick@Nite
Grawlix
Re:Flekt
all throwing down at Whiplash this Wednesday
1/2 Lounge
Church Street
Bulrlington VT
21 plus
No Cover

BTW - This is not the Final Whiplash ( April Fools )

March 28, 2009
I’m fresh back from WMC in Miami with tons of energy and ideas
Elliott is fresh back from Amsterdam with stories to tell……..
Swing through to 1/2 Lounge tonight for the Return of Glamorama !!!!

I’m fresh back from WMC in Miami with tons of energy and ideas

Elliott is fresh back from Amsterdam with stories to tell……..

Swing through to 1/2 Lounge tonight for the Return of Glamorama !!!!

wowza —— Spectacle of Sin last night was sick

great show

awesome turnout

had a blast and got to throw down some industrial metal noize

thanks to all who made it out

see you next time

March 15, 2009

Last Night Was Banging

What a great turnout

Thanks to all who came through

Finally got to test out my Traktor Scratch Pro

Stereophonix in full effect

March 7, 2009

Tonight @ 1/2 Lounge : STEREOPHONIX featuring DJ ENDO

swing through and check it out

10pm - 2am

No Cover

February 25, 2009
THE FINAL CHAPTER THIS SATURDAY

THE FINAL CHAPTER THIS SATURDAY

February 21, 2009

Tonight @ 1/2 Lounge - ANDROMEDA LP Release Party

With your host Tricky Pat - Playing a very special 4 hour set of pure Drum n Bass

1/2 Lounge - Church Street - Burlington VT

10pm - 2am - No Cover - 21 plus only

February 15, 2009

ANDROMEDA LP Release coming out February 19th, 2009

This album includes my tunes Rust Storm and The Get Go.

For audio clips and more information go to www.myspace.com/abducted_records

Please support the cause………

February 12, 2009
February 1, 2009

WHIPLASH - Drum n Bass - Wedneday February 4th, 2009

Wednesday night February 4th
WHIPLASH
@ 1/2 Lounge
136 1/2 Church Street
Burlington VT
802-865-0012 

10pm-2am
21 plus
cover - $5 

Featuring:

SUBMERGED ( Ohm Resistance / Obliterati / Sublight / Subtitles / Flatline / Big H / Cabal // NYC )

Even as drum & bass, this restless futuristic underground electronic dance music genre, pushes ever-forward ever-morphing into new daring permutations, Submerged aka Kurt Gluck is in the eye of a hurricane signalling the rise of a new D&B movement.
He named himself Submerged, he says, “Because I have no intake filter. I take in way too much information, take it all too seriously, and am drowned constantly with the amount of information I have to process walking down a street.”
In 1999 he founded Ohm Resistance, a collective of musicians and DJ’s spanning two continents, which was also a label that released exciting DC artists including Sinthetix, Impulse and Kiko, and Skynet of the UK. For one year, Ohm Resistance threw a Wednesday weekly at U-Turn called Tangent.
Submerged moved Ohm’s headquarters to Brooklyn in late 2002 to facilitate global distribution of its releases. In 2003 he co-created a second label, Obliterati, to pursue the darker and more experimental roots of Ohm Resistance.
In 1998, he met drummer Mick Harris, formerly of Napalm Death, at a show with Painkiller, a band with John Zorn and Bill Laswell. Submerged and Harris wrote two tracks together. Harris told Laswell about his friend Submerged who made D&B coincidentally around the time that Laswell’s good friend Robert Soares became convinced that Laswell should do a D&B fusion project.
In 2003, Laswell met with Submerged to discuss working together and said he owed John Zorn a record. Submerged came up with eight compositions to which Laswell added more music and live bass. This first historic Bill Laswell vs. Submerged collaboration, “Brutal Calling,” a harrowing anti-status quo screed, was released on Zorn’s Avant label, in the first half of 2004, during which time he also remixed Herbie Hancock for Sony, and toured Eastern Europe.
Collaborations are a familiar territory to Kurt. Over the span of his musical career he has worked on various projects with various musicians spanning all genres including one called Method of Defiance: An important groundbreaking jazz-D&B fusion project featuring the talents of virtuoso musicians (Bill Laswell, Herbie Hancock, Pharoah Sanders, Buckethead, John Zorn, Toshinori Kondo, Pete Cosey, Craig Taborn, Graham Haynes, Byard Lancaster, Bernie Worrell, Dave Liebman, Nil Peter Molvaer, Masada String Trio) along with D&B’s most progressive producers (Paradox, Amit, D-Star, Evol Intent, SPL, Black Sun Empire, Corrupt Souls, Fanu, Outrage, and Karsh Kale) and another project called Death Cube K again with Laswell and Buckethead,
Aside from his own full length albums (Stars Light the End and Violence as First Nature)and various musical collabortations, Submerged is responsible for putting out a plethora of forward thinking music by artists such as Silent Killer, Breaker, Lethal and Khanage, Temulent, Kiko, Infiltrata, Identity, Scorn, C.A.B.L.E., Enduser, and many many more on his labels Ohm Resistance, Obliterati, and Resist……..
Clearly Submerged has evolved into a vital link in the D&B ecosystem. Considering the history he’s already made expanding the reach of D&B with his projects, it’s not illogical to ask how he envisions his legacy, but typically Submerged’s response is philosophical and grounded.
“I don’t know, realistically, if I will have any legacy in music. But I always wanted a family, and Ohm Resistance is what I made to make a family, a pirate crew, if you will. If that’s all I ever get, I’m happy with the people I’ve gotten to meet, the places I’ve had the chance to visit, and the love I have had in my life. I always want more, but I work for it, and if I don’t get it, I don’t get too disappointed. Life is too short to think too much about what your future translates into in someone else’s past.”
This marks Kurt’s second appearance at Whiplash, he is sure to bring the rukkus. Brace yourselves……..

also appearing on the night
SILENT KILLER ( Ohm Resistance / Algorhythm / Counterstrike / Barcode / Outbreak / Guerrilla / Obliterati / Hate / US Jungle // NYC )

Hailing from Brooklyn NY, Sean aka Killer has already established himself as a force to be reckoned with. With a slew of releases already out and forthcoming ( his first full length album set to drop very soon on Ohm Resistance ), Silent Killer has a style that is heavy yet steadfast, keeping you gasping at every break with his signature mind-blowing Reese. Sean is now blessing dancefloors with his chaotic movement of drum n bass. Be prepared for pure damage and plenty of exclusive tracks during his first visit to Burlington.

in addition we have another first time Burlington set from
BREAKER ( Ohm Resistance / Guerrilla / Barcode / Counterstrike / Obliterati // NYC )

Rooted deep from the West Indies and Europe, Dean B. aka Breaker has just begun to lace dance floors with his “industrial hardcore - metal - punk - bboy” mash down style of drum n bass. Discovering his musical talents on his fathers turntables at the age of 11 and by way of playing the saxophone when he was 12, Dean began to make his 1st compositions with just two tape decks and a SEGA game console. Originally an extreme fine artist and Industrial producer in his teens, Dean found he could push his vision of twisted mindscapes thru drum n bass further. Heavy influenced by death metal, punk music, hip-hop, industrial, and gabber. With releases out and forthcoming Breaker tunes receive play at the hands of many of todays top dnb artists. Come witness the hype. This is not to be missed…….

Warm up selections from the Basscamp Crew:
Tricky Pat
Sekhmet
Rekkon
Sharkat
Phatrix
Haitian
Nick@Nite
Grawlix
Re:Flekt

Brace yourself, this night will be heavy.

January 31, 2009
MY 2 DADS
TONIGHT @ 1/2 LOUNGE
SATURDAY JANUARY 31, 2009
MUSICAL SELECTIONS FROM TRICKY PAT + LUIS CALDERIN
10PM - 2AM
NO COVER

MY 2 DADS

TONIGHT @ 1/2 LOUNGE

SATURDAY JANUARY 31, 2009

MUSICAL SELECTIONS FROM TRICKY PAT + LUIS CALDERIN

10PM - 2AM

NO COVER

January 15, 2009
The second mix in this series focuses on some heavy half time business.9 tunes to get your heart pumping and heads nodding.Stay tuned for further explorations…..download link »»  http://dnbshare.com/download/Tricky_Pat_9_VOLT_Mix_2.mp3.htmlShouts to the Metaphor Recordings crew, djdeals.com, Basscamp VT, Tumblr massive, and the artists in the mix.

The second mix in this series focuses on some heavy half time business.
9 tunes to get your heart pumping and heads nodding.
Stay tuned for further explorations…..

download link »»  http://dnbshare.com/download/Tricky_Pat_9_VOLT_Mix_2.mp3.html

Shouts to the Metaphor Recordings crew, djdeals.com, Basscamp VT, Tumblr massive, and the artists in the mix.

BITE TORRENT This next item almost certainly deserves higher billing. But when you’re up against Obama and Trey (by the way, has anyone ever seen those two together? Hmm), you are usually fighting a losing battle, press-wise. Anyway, longtime Vermont DJ Tricky Pat has joined forces with noted indie-electro upstart Brandon Miles to release a song called “Sinkhole” on UK-based dnb label Temper D Productions. In case you’re not in the know, that’s a very big deal. Between the heavyweight label and Miles’ name recognition — not to mention that it’s a seriously tight track — the song is garnering recognition throughout the worldwide dnb circuit. In celebration, Tricky Pat and Miles are throwing a release party for the Sinkhole EP this Saturday at 1/2 Lounge. Also on the bill are Sleezy D of local DJ collective 2K Deep and Vermont dubstep maven Briandeye.
This taken from this weeks SEVEN DAYS.
Many thanks to Dan Bolles for the write up.
Come check out the party if you can.

BITE TORRENT
This next item almost certainly deserves higher billing. But when you’re up against Obama and Trey (by the way, has anyone ever seen those two together? Hmm), you are usually fighting a losing battle, press-wise. Anyway, longtime Vermont DJ Tricky Pat has joined forces with noted indie-electro upstart Brandon Miles to release a song called “Sinkhole” on UK-based dnb label Temper D Productions. In case you’re not in the know, that’s a very big deal. Between the heavyweight label and Miles’ name recognition — not to mention that it’s a seriously tight track — the song is garnering recognition throughout the worldwide dnb circuit. In celebration, Tricky Pat and Miles are throwing a release party for the Sinkhole EP this Saturday at 1/2 Lounge. Also on the bill are Sleezy D of local DJ collective 2K Deep and Vermont dubstep maven Briandeye.

This taken from this weeks SEVEN DAYS.

Many thanks to Dan Bolles for the write up.

Come check out the party if you can.