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[True Playaz / Ganja Records / Imagine]
If I had to describe his music in words, it’s kind of like having your body pulled limb from limb and slammed down on the floor as hard as possible….but in a good way. In the last year alone, Original Sin has been called both best breakthrough DJ and best producer at The Drum & Bass Awards in Birmingham, and released a critically acclaimed debut album to the praise of ANYONE who loves bass-driven music….fans of Dubstep, Jump-Up, and Old School Junglists alike, have all given ‘Grow Your Wings’ their seal of approval. May 14th he makes his 1st Montreal appearance. Don’t Sleep.


[Forward Music Montreal, Monkey Dub Recording]
David Rawalia aka Wally, a dj who has been mastering his craft since 2003 and more recently producing his own unique sounds. After promoting rave culture and sound and organizing a multitude of one-off all-nighters, he moved on to the dubstep scene taking full-part in the forward weekly as well as participating in other events such as soma and bassdrive.


[Bass Drive / High On Beats]
Jenny Carmichael a.k.a. VILIFY has built up an enviable reputation and skill base that has won over crowds everywhere. From a residency at Toronto’s West-End Productions, as well as residencies with BreakBeatElite, Synister Sounds, GTP and The Halifield Movement, this rising star is taking over North America, one smashed dance floor at a time. Her Wednesdays at KOI Bar push the hardest and darkest DNB, dubstep, breakcore and everything else fast and heavy. Watch out for this pretty little thing, her dirty beats will destroy your soles.

[Shift Music / Function / Spearhead]
Behind every great man lies a great Gin & Tonic. What can I say about the busiest man behind the scenes? He’s like the wizard of Oz, but instead of the bullshit hot air balloon, he gives you insane dubs you won’t get to hear for another six months. Good to have you back G.


[The Session / Long Dark Tunnel]
AKA Hamburger Helper.

4465 St-Laurent Blvd.

10$ in advance / more at the door
MOOG Audio – 3828 St-Laurent Blvd.
Off The Hook – 1021A St-Catherine O.




[Human Imprint, Planet Of The Drumz, Monsters Of Jungle]


Dieselboy is unanimously accepted as North Americas’s most prolific Drum & Bass DJ. Accolades include the best selling D&B mix cd, winning the 1998 Global DJ Mix Awards, charting the first D&B single on Billboard’s dance chart, touring with David Bowie, Moby, Tiesto and playing in over 40 countries across 6 continents. Headlining the ‘Planet Of The Drums’ tour with AK1200, Dara & Messinian, he’s been hitting every major festival worldwide for 10 years running. His newest tour ‘Monsters of Jungle’ is getting equal press alongside his genre-leading label ‘Human Imprint’. It’s been over 2 years since our last visit from the dieselguy, and he’s assured us that April 17th will be a never-before-seen genre-bending performance, not to be missed.


[Bass Drive,]
When I went to Vilify’s fortress (deep in the catacombs of NDG) I was greeted by her two pet snakes and a tarantula. I was a little freaked out at first, but by the time I left, the snake was cozily wrapped around my leg, and the spider, well the spider stayed in his box. Nevertheless I was completely at ease, and felt like I was home. It felt exactly the same the first time I saw Vilify play in a club. She spins with her heart on her sleeve, completely disarming, but never afraid to whip out the fangs when necessary 😉


[Bass Drive,]
This guy couldn’t have chosen a better dj name, if you’ve ever been to Bass Drive Wednesdays at Koi Bar, you know that Construct builds a set like no other. In the span of 1 year, Construct and Vilify have transformed a relatively unknown weekly into a powerhouse that demands you show up early…or be stuck waiting in line at coat check before you can reserve your spot on the dancefloor.


[The Session, Long Dark Tunnel]
Corey would like to tell you he hasn’t spent the last week trying to convince his father not to sell his antique coca-cola collection and to quit buying 300 hundred-pound antique cash registers instead. Corey would ALSO like to tell you that he didn’t hurt his neck so bad lifting the fucking things that he feels 60 years old. He’d like to tell you that. He really would.


4465 St-Laurent Blvd.


10$ in advance / more at the door
MOOG Audio – 3828 St-Laurent Blvd.
Off The Hook – 1021A St-Catherine O.

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I regret to inform you that we have been forced to cancel tomorrow’s event taking place at Lambi. Unfortunately these things sometimes happen. In simplest terms Teebee’s US Visa is not yet sorted and he may not be able to re-enter the United States after the performance, so the decision was made to cancel. Teebee is very very sorry and takes full responsibility for this; it was only made clear to Circle Management and myself as of 1pm today.

These facts, coupled with the venue’s need for us to start the event later has brought us to the conclusion that it’s best to cancel the show altogether.

In Teebee’s own words: “Corey is someone I DO NOT want to let down, but this is bigger than just missing a gig….This is about my marriage and my future…I can at this point, not afford to take the risk. Believe me, no one is more upset about this than me! I HATE missing gigs and letting fans and promoters down, but this is totally out of my hands.”

Please know that Teebee, The Session and Circle Management have tried every possibility to rectify the matter, however there is simply is no way to ensure Teebee’s entry and return to the US, and we only resort to cancellation when there are simply no other options. We were all looking forward to a triumphant return for Teebee to Montreal since his performance here 3 years ago, we remain determined to clear up these issues in the near future, and rescheduling the event.

Refunds for tickets are available at your point of purchase. We look forward to seeing you all at our forthcoming shows!!!

Corey Kloda
The Session


VILIFY & CONSTRUCT [bassdrive wednesdays @ koi,]
These two have had so much going on lately in terms of insane guest DJs, weekly radio shows (yes that’s shows, as in plural), and a weekly event that is busier and busier every time we hit it. They were there for the second edition of Long Dark Tunnel and we couldn’t think of anybody we wanted to have back again more than them. So we did. So there!

Corey and Mayday have a sort of ‘good cop/bad cop’ thing going on and their ability to throw events together stems from being able to argue to the point that they hate each other only to be giggling like Harojuku girls about 5 seconds later. Who is the good cop and who is the bad cop changes at any given hour but rest assured if one of them tries that ‘coming up on retirement’ lameness anytime soon, the other will be there to put a stop to that shit faster than the chief can say ‘Turn in your badge and gun, you’re off the case, you’re letting this get personal’.



It’s like a cult but without the whole mass suicide thing.

The Fuck Yeah Show! Feb 15 2010

Once again, thanks to everyone that came out to the old school jam on Friday, what an unbelievable crowd! As a special treat to you all, I played mostly classics on this week’s radio show, I simply had so many tracks I couldn’t get to on the weekend!

Once again, the Fuck Yeah show is a weekly thing I do every Monday night from 10pm to 12am (EST) on

here’s the show:

CLICK HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

01 – Babylon Timewarp – Durban Poison (The Kashmir Mix) [Sublogic]
02 – The Criminal Minds – Baptised By Dub [World Beat Corp]
03 – The House Crew – Euphoria (Nino’s Dream) [Production House]
04 – The Untouchables – N’Joi This [Sublogic]
05 – Pure White – 4AM [Lucky Spin]
06 – Omni Trio – Renegade Snares (Foul Play Remix) [Moving Shadow]
07 – Foul Play – Finest Illusion [Section 5]
08 – The Sorcerer – Spellbound [Sublogic]
09 – Skanna – Until The Night Is Morning [Sublogic]
10 – Lick Back Organisation – Ruff n Rugged [Suburban Base]
11 – Jonny L – This Time (Dub Mix) [XL]
12 – Gang Related & Mask – Oh My Gosh (SS Remix) [Dope Dragon]
13 – DJ Flash – Pulp Fact [Urban Gorilla]
14 – Mystical Influence – Dubplate Pressure [Vinyl Syndicate]
15 – DJ Die – Play It For Me [V]
16 – Mask & Gang Related – Dictation Remix [Dope Dragon]
17 – Berty B & Dillinja – Lion Heart [Lionheart]
18 – Drum & Bass – FB1 (Sub Kick Remix) [Strictly Underground]
19 – The Invisible Man – The Flute Tune [Sublogic]
20 – Photek – One Nation [Sanctuary]
21 – Baraka – I’ll Be There [Boogie Beat]
22 – Jonny L – More Life [XL]
23 – Intense – Para Life Continuem (VIP Dubplate Mix) [Sublogic]
24 – DJ Crystl – Meditation [Dee Jay]
25 – Darren H & Punisher – All Massive (Remix 2) [Headless]
26 – 88.3 – Wishing On A Star [Labello Blanco]
27 – Q Project – Champion Sound (Alliance Remix) [Legend]
28 – J Majik – Your Sound (Remix) [Razor’s Edge]

Special shouts going out to my man Will over at Sublogic Recordings who’s got the most amazing repress label runnin!


The Fix!

These are my boys from Ottawa, big big choons for those that like it heavy.


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TEEBEE [Norway]

(Subtitles, Metalheadz, Renegade Hardware)


Teebee’s been killing dancefloors and consistently releasing gut-wrenching basslines, for over 10 years. Working with kick-ass labels like Renegade Hardware, Goldie’s Metalheadz, and of course, his own Subtitles Recordings, Teebee simply means quality…that…and you wouldn’t be able to pronounce his real name.
After three solo albums, and a fourth produced alongside Calyx which was one of the top dnb albums of 2007, the pair teamed up to tour the world, playing sell-out shows on a jaw-dropping 6-deck thermo-nuclear setup. He’s spent the last few months in the studio and working on his ‘magnum’ look in the mirror. You WILL be mesmerized!


Not limited to one style, Jenny demonstrates versatility all over the dnb spectrum with solid old-school jungle, liquid-funk, you name it, she’s on it. However, her new-found love for dubstep means you might catch her throwing down one of her notoriously heavy, terror-dubstep sets. Her weekly Wednesday at Montreal’s KOI Bar pushes everything fast and heavy in that vein. Watch out for this pretty little thing, she will destroy your pinkies in a mercy fight.


(Twisted Bass, NTK)
Marc is in such high demand it took me 20 phone calls, 13 messages on his voicemail, and 2 dead carrier-pigeons just to get a hold of him. When I asked him to play he said he couldn’t unless we fulfilled his technical rider. We had to had to make some sacrifices, but the red M&M’s are in place, the gorillas have been shaved, and the entire stage will be covered in blue suede. Totally worth it!


(, Long Dark Tunnel)




10$ in advance / more at the door
Available at:
MOOG AUDIO – 3828 St-Laurent
OFF THE HOOK – 1021A St-Catherine O.

well then….i better get rolling

The Fuck Yeah Show! Kemal Tribute – Feb 2nd 2010

For those of you new to the site, the Fuck Yeah show is a weekly thing I do every Monday night from 10pm to midnight (EST) on

Every once in a while I choose to focus my show on a specific artist I feel has contributed significantly in the world of drum & bass. After a suggestion from a friend, I realized I’d never done a feature on Kemal, the legendary neuro producer who pulled a disappearing act after finding god or something….anyway, he kicked ass and rewrote the rulebook on techy d&b….here’s the show:

CLICK HERE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

01 – Konflict – RoadBlock [Renegade Hardware]
02 – The Countamen & Alley Cat – Payload (Konflict Remix) [Skunkrock]
03 – Kemal & Rob Data – Test Tube [Timeless]
04 – Kemal & Rob Data – Lime [Architecture]
05 – Konflict – Cyanide [Renegade Hardware]
06 – UFO! – My Personal Blackmail (Konflict Remix) [Skunkrock]
07 – Karl K – Synapse (Konflict Remix) [Higher Education]
08 – Kemal & Rob Data – Star Trails [Audio Blueprint]
09 – State Of Play – Poor Mans Deal (Konflict Remix) [Aspect]
10 – Usual Suspects – Killa Bees (Konflict Remix) [Renegade Hardware]
11 – Stakka & Skynet – Side Effects (Kemal & Rob Data Remix) [Underfire]
12 – Konflict – Beckoning [Renegade Hardware]
13 – Kemal & Rob Data – The Mummy [Negative]
14 – Paranoid User – Safe Guard [Cryptic Audio]
15 – Kemal & Black Sun Empire – Stranded v1.0 [Obsessions]
16 – Bulletproof, Concord Dawn & Optiv – Scorched Earth (Kemal Remix) [Cyanide]
17 – Paul Reset – Crisis (Kemal Remix) [Nerve]
18 – Kemal – Plan B [Timeless]
19 – Kemal – Cluster [Cryptic Audio]
20 – Stakka & Skynet + Kemal & Rob Data – Biosfear [Underfire]
21 – Kemal – Mutationz III [DSCI4]
22 – Kemal – Let It Move You [Industry]
23 – Technical Itch VS Kemal – The Calling [Moving Shadow]
24 – Kemal & Rob Data – Gene Sequence [Negative]
25 – Faith In Chaos – Posession (Kemal & Rob Data Remix) [Outbreak]
26 – Dom & Roland – Imagination (Kemal & Rob Data Remix) [Moving Shadow]
27 – Kemal – Bleed [Negative]
28 – Konflict – New World Order [Renegade Hardware]
29 – Kemal & Rob Data – Fucking Hostile [Negative]
30 – Kemal, Rob F & Impulse – Creature [Cryptic Audio]
31 – Dom & Kemal – Moulin Rouge [Moving Shadow]
32 – Konflict – Messiah (Noisia Remix) [Renegade Hardware]
33 – Kemal & Dresden Codex – Glimpse Of Truth [Cryptic Audio]


The Session Strikes Again!

Thanks to everyone that came out to see Marcus Intalex on Saturday, the place was packed, the sound was sick, and most importantly, Marcus killed it!

If you were there, then you already know what’s next…

That’s right, the third installment is here! Just in time for Valentine’s!

Yeah we know, Valentine’s day is bullshit, but our love affair with jungle has never been so hardcore, therefore The Session gets large in your area with yet another forbidden rendez-vous…




[Function, Underground Soundz, Ottawa]

Karl is by far the most intense junglist we know. So much so it’s caused a growth spurt which leaves him towering over everyone else in the scene, literally. He’s got a record so rare that only 50 copies we’re ever made and you had to be on a specific street corner in 1993 in London to buy it out of some guy’s trunk, and somehow he was THERE, 5 quid in hand. For our third edition of Long Dark Tunnel, we knew we had to bring this guy. Seriously though, he’s really tall.

Alongside residents:


Mayday’s been kicking holes in speakers since day one.


Corey’s been repairing said speakers.


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