Robot Ears + Aftertouch: Deepbass

Date : 03 / 9 / 2018
Time : 10pm-4am
Address : 1192 Folsom Street
Tel : 4158571192

Robot Ears + Aftertouch: Deepbass

Deep techno pioneer Deepbass makes his SF debut with Robot Ears and Aftertouch on Friday, March 9th at F8. 

Main room:
Deepbass (Affin,Soma Records, Edit Select, Informa Records) 
Amber Cox (Motek, Slumber)
Jeremy Meadow (Resonance)

Lounge:
Deyan (Aftertouch)
Ivana Karpierz aka Smith (EastBlock, Aftertouch)
Monoclick (bedroom)

Artist Links:
https://soundcloud.com/deepbass
https://soundcloud.com/ambercox
https://soundcloud.com/jeremy-meadow
https://soundcloud.com/dejan-mihai
https://soundcloud.com/dj_ivona
https://soundcloud.com/monoclick

Funktion-1 Sound
21+

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About Deepbass:
Naming the project Deepbass was a strong statement of intent and commitment to a sound of his own, from the start. That he has in fact established it and remains on a path of constant perfection of it, is indicative of Darren´s personality and talent.

This consistent path has seen Deepbass put out records on labels such as Edit Select Records, Aconito Records, Dynamic Reflection and Soma, all the while enjoying a steady rise in recognition both with audience and peers. 

Along the way, he found in Italian producer Andrea Deplano, most widely known as Ness, a perfect foil for his vision of techno, with both collaborating on releases which displayed uncanny compatibility in sound between them. 

This commitment to the deeper, hypnotic side of techno is further proved by his own label, Informa Records, where releases by names like Reggy Van Oers, nAX_Acid, Claudio PRC, Takaaki Itoh, Ness, NX1, Hironori Takahashi are constant highlights for those who crave expansive and engrossing soundscapes.

What stands out from his production and performances is that Deepbass creates something identifiably his own, but refuses to ever be limited by it or to get comfortable repeating just one thing. Instead, he takes what´s already his own and streamlines it, sharpens it and nuances it. The origin and destination might be constant, but the path it takes and how the journey feels is ever-changing.