Banging the drum for Jungle Nation star
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ARISING drum and bass star will make his Aberdeen debut this weekend. underground jungle scene to become a major player in electronic music. He has an “anything goes” approach to performing, dating back to 2003 when he got his first tunes signed to Ram Records, one of the AN ARTIST who has described his sound as cosmic house will play Origin tomorrow. The hallmark of Martinez’s music is a spacey tech-house sound with frequently dark and twisted touches. Signed to Guidance in Chicago, you can enjoy the Swedish performer tomorrow from 11pm. biggest drum and bass purveyors of its time. Since then his star has been steeply on the rise with singles like Airplane, X-Ray and a remix of The Prodigy’s Smack My Bitch Up winning high praise from all corners. His eponymous debut album in 2009 featured a mix of drum and bass, dubstep, old school breakbeat, bumping house and lashings of electro and rock. Recent highlights have seen him joining Pendulum on tour, and in 2010 wowing the revellers with a headline set at Glastonbury. He is joined by MC ID from Ram Records with support from DJs Tez and Davy. Jungle Nation is at Origin, Saturday from 11pm.
BEAT: Drum and bass expert Nick Douwma will be at Origin. Nick Douwma, aka Sub Focus, will play at Jungle Nation on Saturday. The London-born DJ has risen through the TUNES: French electro stars Les Petites Pilous.