To find out more about the Incubate Festival ( and pls don’t forget Generation Bass is only a small part of it), tickets and other info, head over to the main festival site INCUBATE 2010.
You can also download the FULL GUIDE HERE.
Continuing with our festival feature, here’s some more artists who’ll be jamming with us at our festie!
3. ANDY KISSARAGI
4. BOOGIE DAVE
5. BOMB DIGGY
The power of P45 lies in his crescendos of layered texture, noise and re-sampled sampling. Combining the experimental dubstep trip of Vex’d, the industrial techno of Surgeon, the future glitch of Flying Lotus and the scattered experimental drum and bass of Amon Tobin.
When it comes to finding new sounds in the global spectrum, Globalibre dj-team is definitely a force to reckon with! They consist of three excellent dj’s that play all over Europe and write for one of the best blogs from Germany on modern global music. Besides that they also release their own mixes and compilation albums under the ‘Globalibre’ label. All for your pleasure, ear-illumination and enjoyment!
Bristol/Bath based Untimely Sound head honcho Andy Kisaragi brings you a raucous mashup of gypsy-raggamuffin-ghetto-disko spanning time & space. vintage sounds & cutting edge beats, electro woofs & global tweets, mountain bass & folk for freaks, go check it out!
Boogie Dave used to be all breaks, breaks, breaks… But nowadays, he has embraced dubstep.
He is a LEGEND within Birmingham, selflessly promoting nights in the UK’s second biggest city for years, being involved in some of the biggest and most legendary events Brum has ever witnessed.
He’s the promoter of the Drop Beats Not Bombs event, which is a MEGA EVENT in Brum and as it’s all for charity, it makes him some sort of a Bob Geldof of the Dubstep movement.
He also hosts his own Dubstep radio show and it’s an absolute pleasure to have Boogie Dave involved in this event!
Bomb Diggy mashes up the dancefloor with the best floorwrecking beats, tropical rhythms and sexy bass!
Resident dj’s Mataklap, Makks, Ru-D & Tommy Tequila invite cool guests in different styles such as nueva-cumbia, afrobass, kuduro, booty, soca, digital ragga, dubstep, baile funk, dabke, junglebounce, dancehall, bunnycore and perhaps 10.000 more genres!