Moombahton//Tropical Bass//Dubstep//Booty Shaking Music
ABOUT DILLON FRANCIS:
Less than a year into his career, DILLON FRANCIS is already a name that you continue to hear about thanks to the young LA-based producer’s repertoire of forward-thinking dance music. He’s not only the most-talked about producer behind the Moombahton explosion across the world, but many also know him as Mad Decent honcho and superstar producer Diplo’s current prodigy. Dillon is one of the few producers in dance music whose production style is literally impossible to categorize due to the fact he does just about everything flawlessly---moombahton, dubstep, dutch house, even coining his own sub-genres like “luvstep” or “moombahcore”---it’s no wonder why people like Rusko, Major Lazer, Annie Mac, Chase & Status, Munchi, and Dave Nada have all flocked to the Dillon Francis sound. He’s already become one of the most blogged about DJ’s in 2011 and with the constant praise of tastemakers at BBC Radio 1 like Annie Mac and Kissy Sell Out plus influential websites like Pitchfork, XLR8R, and Gotta Dance Dirty, Dillon Francis is surely one of those not-to-miss acts you will regret not seeing live especially in an intimate venue like Rickshaw Stop.
ABOUT ADAM F:
A proper bio on legendary UK drum n’ bass/dubstep producer ADAM F would not be justifiable in simply one paragraph. A veteran of dance music for over 15 years, Adam has become a fixture in the UK music scene producing classic DnB records (“Circles”, “Metropolis”) and discovering and signing acts like Pendulum, Nero, Sigma, and Brookes Brothers to his Breakbeat Kaos record label. He’s now turned his focus to dubstep and is best known as the go-to producer when superstars like Afrojack, David Guetta, and Richard Vission all want dubstep reworks of their monster tunes. His remixes for Afrojack’s “Take Over Control”, Luciana & Static Avenger’s “I Like That”, and Dead Prez’s “Hip Hop” have each won over the support from tastemakers like UKF Dubstep, BBC Radio 1, and the public as all 3 have reached #1 on Hype Machine and on the UK Buzz Charts.