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The Annual St Patricks Day Bass Music Massive returns! 
Green drinks, green vibes and green BASS all night!
ST PATRICKS DAY + SHAM COSTUMES ENCOURAGED! 
GO GREEN GO GREEN GO GREEN!

A NIGHT OF DRUM & BASS + DUBSTEP + BREAKBEATS + GLITCH + GRIME + JUNGLE + TRAP + DRUMSTEP + HIPHOP + HEAVY BEATS!

A Supremely stacked lineup of your favorite dj's!

Featuring:

*** CASPA ***
London, UK
Dub Police

https://www.facebook.com/caspadubstep
https://www.facebook.com/dubpoliceofficial?fref=ts
http://www.thedopestghostintown.com/


Today, Caspa is synonymous with the underground. If you don’t know Caspa you don’t know Dubstep. With an epic list of tour dates taking him to every corner of the globe he still finds time to host a bi-monthly night at the world famous Fabric. Not content with running 3 labels , producing dancefloor bomb after dancefloor bomb and the acclaimed album ‘Everybody’s Talking, Nobody’s Listening’, his remix skills are in higher demand than ever, remixing for the likes of Deadmau5, Miike Snow, Swedish House Mafia ,Depeche Mode, Kid Sister and Adam F & Horx feat Redman to name just a few.

This is his story so far…

Growing up in West London on a diet of Jungle and Hip Hop, Caspa started DJ’ing and experimenting with beats after a promising Basketball career was cut short by injury.

In 2003, under the pseudonym Quiet Storm, the track ‘Bass Bins’ was picked up by BBC 1xtra’s J Da Flex and things started to snowball. Founding his own label Storming Productions in 2004, Caspa also began a weekly radio show on the iconic Rinse FM. Signing up and working with the likes of Search & Destroy, Dubchild, Toasty Boy, DJ Narrows and Oris Jay the label soon became established as one of the dominating underground labels of the time.

After receiving a demo from Swedish producers L-Wiz, a thoroughly impressed Caspa decided to start a sister label ‘Dub Police’; its aim to focus entirely on exciting new artists and provide a platform to the new and quickly emerging genre Dubstep. With a string of successful releases from artists such as L-Wiz, N-Type, Rusko, The Others and of course his own productions under the Caspa alias, the label began to grow in to one of the trail blazing labels of the emergent genre. Meanwhile Caspa was also having success on other labels with releases like ‘Rubber Chicken’ which was snapped up by Tempa and soon became an underground anthem.

Amidst the ever growing hype, Caspa and fellow label artist Rusko were approached by Fabric to mix the 37th instalment of the legendary FabricLive series. Following on from such legends as John Peel and Fabio & Grooverider, this was the first commercially available dubstep compilation and played a significant part in bringing the genre into the limelight and introducing it to many new listeners worldwide. His anthemic remix of TC’s ‘Where’s My Money’ pushed things even further and his mix on Deadmau5 and Kaskade ‘I Remember’ further still.

2009 saw Caspa take things to the next level with a series of high profile gigs & festival performances from Glastonbury and Global Gathering to sharing the main stage with Lily Allen and The Arctic Monkey’s at Serbia’s Exit Festival. Not content with rounding up the year with an epic US Tour, his huge remix of Hard by Breakage feat Newham Generals became Zane Lowe’s hottest record in the world at Radio One and was almost immediately followed by his mix of Adam F and Horx featuring Redman ‘Shut the Lights Off’ – which on it’s debut play was also crowned with the same honour.

2010 saw Caspa smash up the clubs with his Subscape collab ‘Geordie Racer’ and his remix of Ludacris’ ‘How Low Can You Go’ – the first official dubstep remix of a major US rap-star. Equally his remix of ‘One’ by Swedish House Mafia has made major waves also. In the summer his epic My Style compilation hit the shops, while on the release front, ‘Back for the First Time’ got everyone talking, with support from Zane Lowe, Annie Mac and Mistajam and daytime and afternoon spins and an official playlist on radio 1. This instrumental then got a massive vocal topline from Mr Hudson to become ‘Love Never Dies (Back for the First Time)’

The touring continued with a host of major festival dates in summer 2010 including hitting the main stage at Sonar just before the Chemical Brothers headline set and rocking Bestival, Global Gathering, SW4 and more in the U.K. On top of this, Caspa then played dates at Hardfest and the legendary Lollapalooza in the U.S. and that’s not to mention dates in Ibiza, Germany, Australia/New Zealand and even India!

The first few months of 2011 were on studio lockdown and summer festival bookings included Glastonbury, Global Gathering and Creamfields in the UK, Primavera and Monegros festivals in Spain and B’estfest in Romania. 2011 ended for Caspa with Stereosonic in Australia and a massive US tour.

On top of working on his artist album, 2011 saw Caspa remixing the likes of Katy B’s ‘Easy Please Me’ and Buraka Som Sistema’s ‘Hangover’, tracks which dominated the airwaves and clubs alike. On the release front 2011 brought you ‘Neck Snappah’ , ‘Fulham 2 Waterloo’ and the his ‘Not For The Playlist EP’ (which includes ‘Sir rock Alot’, ‘Champion Skank’, ‘It Is What It Is’ and ‘Hot Shoe Shuffle’). There’s now a free Caspa app available for iPhone too.
2012 Has seen lots more touring with a massive US tour including dates in Miami during Miami Music week and dates with other Dub Police artists. Caspa’s long established residency at Fabric has continued to prove hugely successful and popular throughout this year. The explosive first single ‘War’ featuring Keith Flint from Caspa’s next artist album is set for a July release and he’s also recently shot a video in Atlanta for one of his other tracks from the forthcoming album. This summer will see Caspa hitting the festival circuit Once again including dates at Creamfields, Dour, Parklife Weekender and more to be announced. On top of this Caspa will be performing at various venues all around Europe and following that up with another US tour and Australia dates later in the year.

Big things happening for sure…..but what else would you expect from the dopest ghost in town?!




*** Mat The Alien***
Whistler, BC 
Really Good Records / Shambhala 2012 Headliner

https://www.facebook.com/matthealienMTAfanpage?fref=ts
http://www.matthealien.ca/

Described by Knowledge Magazine as 'awe-inspiring' & 'some next level shit.' Mat has toured across the globe and performed in 14 countries from Miami to Moscow at Sports events such as the US Super cross , Olympic Games (Torino & Whistler) , X Games & many of Canada largest festivals of up to 15,000 people, also pioneering club nights in Whistler & Vancouver and held down a bi-weekly club night in Las Vegas at Eye Candy (Mandalay Bay).

Mats Original music and Remixes are coming fast and furious , they have been featured on many T.V. shows , DVDs and webisodes . 

The Remixes for Nick Thayer, South Rakkas(Featured on Diplos Mad Decent Blog) , and also original music have received positive feedback and plays from some of the industry’s biggest names .

His skratches can be heard on tracks by Fort Knox Five, Eprom - Ill Gates , Sweatshop Union , And EA Sports NBA Home Court 3.

Now also touring with his video / DJ set, he is taking the solo DJ act to new heights, hitting all of the senses with custom remix and video edits .





*** MARK INSTINCT ***
Supreme Hustle / Rottun / SubHuman

https://www.facebook.com/instinctmusic?fref=ts

Mark is a 25 year old Bass music producer from Calgary who is signed to Rottun Records and Sub.Human Recordings. Mark destroys anything put in his way and is the co-founder of the Supreme Hustle movement. Nuff Said!


*** SLIM PICKINS ***
Supreme Hustle / Boodang / Dubsac / Ten / Dancing Sasquatch / Village Stage 2012

https://twitter.com/djslimpickins
http://www.facebook.com/pages/DJ-SLIM-PICKINS/108062385878500?fref=ts


*** GNARCOTICS ***
Supreme Hustle 
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Gnarcotics/124435227624344?fref=ts


TIMESLOTS FOR THIS PARTY:

9 -10 GNARCOTICS
10-11 SLIM PICKINS
11-1145 MARK INSTINCT
1145-1 MAT THE ALIEN 
1-230 CASPA

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TICKETS: $25 in advance // More at the door.

AVAILABLE NOW AT THESE TICKET OUTLETS:

Grassroots – 112 10 Street NW – 403.270.2193
Next Level Bowness – 6517 Bowness Road NW – 403.451.7201
Next Level 17th SE – 101-3608 17 Ave SE – 403.204.0205
Next Level Queensland – 408 – 950 Queensland Drive. SE – 403.269.6963
The Gallery – 1314 1 St SW 403.452.6511
Golden Leaf – #101, 6 Crowfoot Circle NW -403.241.1116
Aluminum Planet – 1020 17 Avenue SW – 403.453.1011

ONLINE NOW AT: 
www.boodang.com

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*** ALL ON A HUGE PK BASS & SOUNDSYSTEM ***
Custom SUPREME VISUALS!
BRING EARPLUGS!

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DETAILS & EVENT FEATURES :

- PK BASS YOU CAN FEEL. MONSTER SOUNDSYSTEM!
- BIG SOUNDS, BIG DJS & BIG TINGS!
- Special SUPREME Visuals and custom video.
- Stoked On Photos Live on Location!
- Free give aways courtesy of The Supreme Hustle.
- A safe, secure comfortable party environment!
- Coat Check
- Cheap Drink Specials! Green Beer! 
- St Pattys Decor from Guiness!


Presented by:
The Supreme Hustle / Boodang Music / Guinness / Republik Nightclub

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Republik

219 17ave SW, Calgary,AB, T2S 0A4


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TALENT

CASPA / MAT THE ALLIEN