2/8, London. 48.1 Hz ‘Drum’n’Bass & Jungle Session’ @ The Prince Albert

Basspaths & 19th Studio present 48.1 Hz ‘Drum’n’Bass & Jungle Session’

*Dusty (Fast Music For Moving People/Rewind It Fm)

Tiago Gusmão, aka Dusty, is a Portuguese bass head born and raised in
Braga, and now based in Cambridge, UK. Dusty started his musical path
influenced by the sounds of drum and bass that were exploding in
Portugal in the early 2000’s.

He has played at the best Portuguese venues from the north to the
south of the country; sharing the booth with big names. Don’t expect
beatport charts tunes, or synth pop mumbo jumbo; he’s known for his
off the grid selection with one foot in the future while paying homage
to his roots.

facebook.com/dustymassive + soundcloud.com/digitaldust

*Buster (SubFm/Basspaths/48.1Hz)

Buster is based in Brixton,South London, where he has been involved on the pirate radio scene since the late nineties and created several residencies on the most underground London circuit.

Infected by the ever present Dubstep virus in that part of town, his electronic music journey went from Jungle/DNB to nowadays a deeper side of Dub, Dubstep and other Sub-bass heavy types.
After some time of hosting his show ‘Basspaths’ at Brixton based internet radio Wireless Fm he’s invited to start broadcasting it at London Reprezent Fm,where he stayed for 3 years, hosting and producing the show.

Nowadays you can find him at the mighty SubFm every other Sunday from 7pm to 9pm still focusing his show Basspaths entirely on deep bass driven music.

He’s part of the record label BadMood Recordings (Uk,Portugal,Germany) and from 19th Studio Records (Uk).

Together with Stereopathy, he creates 48.1 Hz, a monthly event at the newly refurbished ‘Prince Albert’ in Brixton with monthly guests and dedicated to Dub rhythms and Bass music, that has been running with success for 5 years.

soundcloud.com/akadjbuster + facebook.com/akadjbuster

The Prince Albert, Brixton

418 Coldharbour Lane, SW9 8LF London, United Kingdom

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