A label and night founded by Truth and hosted in bass hungry places around the world such as San Francisco, Denver and New Zealand since 2013, Deep Dark and Dangerous finally debuts in Los Angeles!
Deep, Dark, and Dangerous in collaboration with Soundpieces proudly brings you some of the world's finest musical talent for the night's debut in Los Angeles. Held at the new UNION Nightclub and boasting a 5-point Funktion One Soundsystem, things are about to get bass heavy. This is a showcase of just what it means to get Deep, Dark...and Dangerous.
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4067 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90019
10PM-2AM . Ages 19 & Up!
5-point Funktion One Soundsystem · 2 areas
Smoking Patio · Snacks Served, Kitchen is open!
$10 before 11pm / $15 after.
$10 Tickets available soon: www.unionclubla.com
►TRUTH - Sonic architects of songs with an emotional heft as heavy as the subwoofer rupturing basslines that underpin their work, Truth are one of New Zealand's finest creative exports. Respected across the globe, since inception several years ago, Truth (Andre Fernandez and Tristan Roake) have, as both world-class producers and party-rocking DJs, cut a clear pathway through the international dubstep scene.
On the nightclub and festival circuits, the fruits of their labor have included, several European tours, countless shows across the USA, New Zealand and Australia, a massive South American tour, and shows in Asia. Truth has built this performance presence through DJ support from Mala, Skream, Youngsta, Hatcha and N-Type, to name a few, giving their music an advance presence at key club nights like DMZ in London, Club Love in New York and through seminal radio stations such as BBC Radio One, Kiss Fm and Rinse FM.
Through keynote DJ support, they have been rewarded with single releases via Deep Medi Muzik, Tempa Records, Wheel and Deal, Blackbox Recs, Aquatic Lab, Disfigured Dubz, Argon and Boka Records. Through these, including critically 'The Fatman' (as released via Deep Medi Muzik) and their acclaimed Aquatic Lab released album Puppets, Truth have seen their stock rise, placing them as in-demand remixers and collaborators to The Nextmen, Miss Dynamite, Shapeshifter, The Black Seeds, Silkie, Kromestar, Tunndige, Datsik and countless figures of note within the international dubstep community.
Acclaimed by critics both within and outside the dubstep scene, their momentum is undeniable and impossible to ignore. Face the truth or get well outta the way.
►THELEM - UK artist Thelem has secured himself as a humbling and experimental producer within the wide spectrum of electronic music. The genre morphing latest release ‘We Aint The Same’ features notable stylistic elements from hip hop, grime, drum & bass and trap.
His well crafted dynamics, choice instrumentation and considered beats coupled with distinctive collaborations with T-Man and Toronto based Gremlinz bring an all together weighed and diversified direction for Thelem, focusing on a new characterising flavour and distinguishing progressive sound.
The already recognised international touring from Thelem has seen him on appearance throughout Europe, Australia as well as intensive coverage in the USA. 2016 will see Thelem elaborate on an established underground fanbase with an imposing touring schedule and impressive live performance ethic that’s complimented by his modest attitude and raw passion for the music he sculpts. His innovative and interesting approach will see Thelem further himself as an underground titan and pioneer of his exclusive sound.
►MESCK - Over the last decade or so, the now Los Angeles based creative has built a global following as he's continued to carve a niche in the 140 bpm spectrum. Mesck rose to international prominence with his debut on Distance's Chestplate imprint- the first American producer to release on the genre defining label. A number of collaborative and solo efforts on American labels preceded 2014's 'CHST032', but it was 2015's dead language EP that cemented Mesck's standing within the dubstep community. With his signature growls, complex rythmic structures and hauntingly beautiful atmospheres, Mesck's music is refreshingly distinctive in an often repetitive soundscape.