Joker + Starkey + Megasoid Vs Prisongarde = Saint Patricks Day 2011

1015 Folsom San Francisco

An-Ten-Nae and Soundpieces present..
MARCH 17th 2011




Aged just 21, Joker is an immensely precocious talent, he burst onto the Dubstep and Grime scenes in 2008 with the vibrant ‘Grimey Princess’ and ‘Gully Brook Lane’ which were released on Earwax and Plastician’s Terrorhythm imprint respectively. His productions possess a rare duality of intense and nonchalant energy, the soundtrack to a pimp on an interstellar journey.

Joker’s musical peers include Rustie, Gemmy and Kode 9, the recognised tastemaker and man behind Hyperdub who identified Joker as one to watch when he named him as his protégée for Mary Anne Hobbs’ hugely seminal follow-up to Dubstep Wars, Generation Bass; broadcast worldwide on BBC Radio 1.

Born to Grime and adopted by Dubstep, Joker is reluctant to be classified, but his soul drenched productions have been described as Jehri Curl Boogie and Wiley stuck in an elevator with Cameo. Whatever you call it, as we move through 2009 and beyond, Joker is one of the shining stars that can be seen in the distance and by the time the light of his electric melody’s reaches our eardrums he has already begun the next phase of his journey.


“2008 Producer Of The Year” PITCHFORK


One of the most influential, groundbreaking, and in demand dubstep and grime producers in the world, Starkey has been turning it up for over 8 years. His breakthrough album received critical acclaim and featured instrumental and vocal tracks, showcasing his unique ability to defy genres. He was the 2005 Mid-Atlantic and North American Laptop Battle Champion, and has released music on the Slit Jockey label stateside and the Werk Discs label in the UK. He has performed with many of the key figures in the idm, breakcore, grime and dubstep scenes around the world. Starkey has an array of production releases in the pipeline, so stay locked



Megasoid was born out of the ashes of a burnt-up modular synth borrowed in a coffee line, followed by a summer of mobile partying in a shitty van with a DIY Mojito stand that produced: 1) a drank-soaked machinedrum (RIP), 2) some mangled computers (RIP) and 3) a pair of dudes with intrinsic talent / chemistry / lust for making dirty street-bass. Megasoid remixes and mixtapes have garnished serious attention and praise from highbrow music critics and reputable DJs alike, while their illegal parties are legendary. Google it. Prison Garde is Rob Squire's new moniker. Come see what may be the last Megasoid show as he transitions to a new project.



DJ Dials Vs DJ Bogl is the bay area's premier DJ tag team- always live, always spontaneous, never rehearsed and always a battle- these two unique talents go head to head twisting out exclusives and showcasing future music to rabid fans. They've brought and opened up for acts such as Hudon Mohawke, Rustie, Lazer Sword and played alongside everyone from Modeselektor to Flying Lotus. In 2009, the duo created their first dubstep mixtape- entitled, HOTPOCKETS. This fused together BOGL's rough and rugged sensibilities with Dj Dials' hip hop and electro background, showing the bay area, and their worldwide audience, that dubstep- while looking forward, pays homage to other genres, including it's hip hop background.



The man with the master plan, PRINCE ZAMMY, aka Zam Zupa, aka the host with the most. He will be rinsing it all night long.


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