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Eat My Beat with Doctor P, Ms Dynamite & Bar9
Eat My Beat with Doctor P, Ms Dynamite & Bar9
The Warehouse, Leeds
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Sun, 21st Oct 2012, 00:00 - Sun, 21st Oct 2012, 07:00
map-pin19-21 Somers Street, Leeds, LS1 2RG
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Eat My Beat Saturday 20th October The Warehouse, Leeds, LS1 2RG 11pm till 6am DOCTOR P Doctor P aka Shaun Brockhurst whilst Immersed in experimenting with new sounds noticed an emerging sub-genre of more energetic bass-driven dubstep, with tracks like Rusko's ‘Cockney Thug’. He was inspired to try his hand at making a few dubstep tunes in the same vein, and created the joyous and body-popping ‘Gargoyle’, shortly followed by the blindsiding ‘Badm n Sound’ (Dub Police) which were quickly picked up by Rusko and other DJs. To reflect his new sound, Shaun changed his alias and became Doctor P. When he posted his new track ‘Sweet Shop’ on his MySpace to test for interest little was Doctor P to know that this was to change the course of dubstep history and encourage a whole new generation of dubstep fans. Tinkling on the ivories and combining some chords with a vocal sample to create an old-skool house beat, Shaun created an intro that lulls the listener into a false sense of security before knocking them sideways with a jaw-dropping drop into a deep bassline complemented by a screeching synth. ‘Sweet Shop’ quickly became a staple part of just about every Dubstep DJ’s set. With the recognition his work earned him the phenomenon of ‘Doctor P’ grew exponentially as he started DJing globally, and remixing for respected artists such as Dan le Sac vs Scroobius Pip, Example and Plan B. MS DYNAMITE It was whilst working for a radio station, RAW FM, that Ms. Dynamite was discovered by Richard Forbes. After working briefly with garage outfit So Solid Crew, she released her debut album, A Little Deeper in 2002, featuring the songs It Takes More and Dy-Na-Mi-Tee. The album was released in the USA the following year to critical acclaim. After A Little Deeper won the prestigious Mercury Music Prize for Album of the Year in September 2002, it was soon clear that there was more to Ms Dynamite than most pop stars. In October 2002, Dynamite landed three MOBOs - for Best single, Best Newcomer and UK Act of the Year - at a ceremony where no other artist won more than one. Next came two BRIT Awards, for Best British Female Artist and Best Urban Act." A Little Deeper" sold half a million copies in the UK alone. She returned with her album titled ‘Judgement Day’ which was also the title of the first single taken from it. BAR9 TIKO B2B ECHO UNIT (CLOSING SET) The Loft hosted by Square One MELIA DEE JO KIRA VITAL TECHNIQUES DJ FINGAZ NATHAN BRUSH JOE MOYLAN HOSTED BY MC PEAN & DESCRY Early Bird Tickets : £10 / NUS Ticket (I.D Required) £10 Tickets available from Crash Records 0113 243 6743 Jumbo Records 0113 245 5570 www.ticketarena.co.uk For guest list, hall parties or if you want to work for Eat My Beat then just call 0773 899 0337 Add us on Facebook www.facebook.com/thewarehouseleeds Follow us on Twitter @Warehouse_Leeds

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Early Bird Tickets : £10 / NUS Ticket (I.D Required) £10 Tickets available from Crash Records 0113 243 6743 Jumbo Records 0113 245 5570 www.ticketarena.co.uk

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Eat My Beat

The Warehouse
19-21 Somers Street, Leeds, LS1 2RG
United Kingdom