Kode 9 – History Of Hyperdub
Soundcrash are deliriously excited to announce that for one time only, dubstep pioneer Kode9 will perform a special History of Hyperdub set in a limited capacity East London railway arch venue. Digging through crate after crate and pulling out nothing but the seminal bass label’s biggest tunes.
Vibrating parts other DJs can only dream of, Kode9’s DJ sets and radio shows helped spread the early dubstep sound internationally, but his sets now weave together a bass heavy mix of house, garage, dubstep, grime, footwork and hip hop.
Originally from Glasgow, but based in South London since 2000, Kode9 set up the record label Hyperdub in 2004, infamous for unleashing artists such as Burial (and countless others) on the world. He has recorded 2 albums of his own with vocalist Spaceape; Memories of Future (2006) and Black Sun (2010) and released 2 DJ mix compilation, Dubstep Allstars vol.3 (Tempa 2006) and DJ Kicks (K7 2011). Kode9 has also released tracks on Aphex Twin’s Rephlex label, and remixed for Lee Scratch Perry for On U Sound, the Junior Boys for Domino, Battles for Warp, and Dabrye Feat. Doom for Ghostly.
For 5years, he hosted the weekly Fwd>> show on Rinse FM, London’s leading pirate radio station, and was one of the rotating DJs at DMZ, and Fwd>>, the seminal early dubstep nights in London. He now co-hosts the Hyperdub monthly show on Rinse FM with Scratcha DVA.
Support on the night comes from Nervous Horizon Records stalwarts TSVI and Wallwork. You will not see a limited show line up like this ever again.