DEV79 (Seclusiasis, Slit Jockey, Made In Glitch)
Philadelphia’s brazen Dev79 has been bangin’ out the underground sounds for years. With his current releases “Street Bass Anthems Vol. 5″ on Seclusiasis and “Some Smut Only Comes Around Once” on Made In Glitch, he attacks a barrage of genres from grime to tropical to rap and whatever the fuck else to create his spin on the Street Bass style. Dev79 and Starkey are the masterminds behind the Seclusiasis empire as well as the Slit Jockey Records imprint. Dev79 has a slew of upcoming remixes and releases, so be on the look out!
Moldy (Heavy Pressure)
Boston based dubstep artist Moldy is notorious for mind-bending DJ sets and productions that stay true to the “deep and exploratory drive of the early days” (Mixmag, 12/12/2011). A “veteran of American dubstep” (flavorwire.com, 4/19/10) and “New York City dubstep pioneer” (thekronicle.com, 3/3/10), Moldy has been “quietly leading the charge of US dubstep producers since day one” (dubwarnyc.com, 5/29/10).
DJ Codiac (SUBduction//Together)
The one like Codiac moved to Boston in 2003, started spinning dubstep vinyl in ’08 and is now embedded deep in the Boston underground bass music scene. Currently he is the Director of Business Development for the Together Festival and also helps run the SUBduction Productions events and promo camp. His eclectic selection and legit DJing skills have led him to perform ‘longside the likes of Martyn, Pinch, Pangaea, Borgore, Moldy, Mad Professor, SBTRKT, B.Rich, Truth and heaps of Boston’s best local talent. Spinning some proper deep and dutty tunes spanning many subgenres of dubstep and beyond, Codiac can also be heard every Monday night 9pm-12am on his weekly Sub.FM radio show in company with fellow badman DJ Spliffolian.
10 PM – 2 AM, 21+, $5
186 Harvard Avenue, Allston
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Music Ecology is a Boston based event production collective formed in the summer of 2009. Our weekly Tuesday night residency at Wonder Bar a well as numerous events throughout the city have exposed Boston audiences to numerous local, national and international talent.