ONESIXTY w/El Blanco Nino

ONESIXTY w/El Blanco Nino

Teknacolor Ninja, Dev79, Sideswipe

Fri, December 8, 2017

Doors: 10:30 pm / Show: 10:30 pm


This event is 21 and over

Philly's first night dedicated to Footwork, Juke, Ghettotech and all things at 160bpm. Hosted by Dev79 and Sideswipe.
El Blanco Nino
El Blanco Nino aka Christian Vargas is a music producer from The Bronx, New York. Blanco began to produce in High School as a means to keep in touch with his best friend. What started as a hobby of sending tracks back and forth online has grown into a catalog of online music releases. From chopped and screwed edits, future bass releases through Future Beats records, club music releases with a wide range of underground artists, and most recently diving into the genre of footwork.
Teknacolor Ninja
A Virginia born Venezuelan-American, Teknacolor Ninja identifies as a third culture kid having growing up in Panama, Italy and Puerto Rico. Her musical selections draw from her international upbringing, spinning multi-genre sets that feature a strong undercurrent of Afro-Caribbean rhythms and bass music. Ninja’s sets are curated for seasoned dance floors, charming fellow deejay mates and producers alike. She keeps it underground, highlighting female MC's and producers with bootyshaking, high energy dance music balanced with sassy, fingerlicking good vibes.

She co-produces Tropic of Bass, a dance party headquartered in NE Wash DC, alongside her deejay soul mates Mettabbana (DC) , DJ BEATrix (DC) and Illexxandra (NYC), showcasing global-influenced music, since 2012.

Based in Philadelphia, you can find Teknacolor Ninja spinning at events up and down the Northeastern shore in DC, Philly and Brooklyn.
Dev7Nine aka Dev79 is a Philadelphia based producer/DJ, who has been banging it out as an OG of the bass music underground. He effortlessly weaves elements of grime, garage, rap, and juke, among a plethora of other styles into a tapestry of urban music that he (along with lablemate Starkey) have dubbed “Street Bass.”

With his original productions, remixes and collaborations, Dev7Nine takes you on a daring ride of emotions and flavors, that will urge you to let your body take control. Recently his music has been featured on releases by B.Yrslf Division, Made In Glitch, Street Bass Anthems 6, Street Bass Bootlegs 3, Songster game/app and more.

His ruckus inspiring DJ sets have made dance floors sweaty all across North America with a deep selection of bass heavy urban music. Has shared stages alongside acts such as Mayhem, Kastle, DJ Shiftee, AC Slater, Jackmaster, Jokers of the Scene, Girl Talk, Drop the Lime, Digital Mystikz, Plastician and Willy Joy.

The street bass sounds of 79 have seen featured coverage in XLR8R, Mixmag, URB Magazine, Mixpak, VIBE, Knowledge Mag, Complex, FACT, EDM Network and The Untz to name a few.

Starkey and Dev79 are the masterminds behind the Seclusiasis empire, as well as Slit Jockey Records with partner El Carnicero. These acclaimed labels have released artists such as Distal, J-Sweet, DNAEBEATS, Aquadrop, Mr. Mitch, Doshy and Knight Riderz.
Originally from the UK, Philadelphia based Sideswipe fuses footwork, jungle and soul to create a different flavour at 160 beats per minute.

After DJing a wide range of genres in London and Philadelphia, Sideswipe began producing in 2012 debuting with his “Brown Paper Bag” remix Ground Mass Music the following year. This was followed in 2014 by a breakthrough vinyl release on Modern Ruin alongside Pawn, The Renegades and Vorres.

Two extended plays followed shortly with “Steppin’ Out” (Dynamix Records) and “Memories” (Ground Mass) alongside appearances on Philthtrax, SmashTales and Dred Collective throughout 2014.

After an extended break Sideswipe returned in 2015 with a new collaborative project with Nikes (808K) and Iyer (Phyla) named Forbidden Trax. This was an outlet for the trio’s bootleg archive as well as to premier and distribute club VIPs and edits. In addition to the bootleg imprint 2015 saw new tracks on Juke Bounce Werk, Bass = Win and ItalDred as well as remixes for Rico Tubbs and Ndege.

2016 will see the continuation of the Forbidden Trax imprint plus a new EP in the Spring. #RIPRashad
Venue Information:
Kung Fu Necktie Upstairs
1248 N. Front St
Philadelphia, PA, 19122

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