Thu. May 18th 2006 @ The Jungle Room (No Minors)
9:00pm - 2:00am doors at 9:00pm
$6 before 11
Presented by: CopyKat, Pound Recordings
Control Z are are a Nu Skool Breakz production duo hailing from London. Tom Petais and Nicky D’Silva aka Dash and Inch met through the Community Music Program in London. The pairing up of these two DJs by their tutor was to be the start of something special and their first Control Z Production was unleashed. Snapped up by Dj Mutiny’s Funkatech Recordings, ‘Disko' and 'Pain’ made up the debut single that was to cause a big splash in the Breaks Scene. Straight to number 1 in the Mixmag Chart and straight into the boxes of the Breakbeat elite this dancefloor bomb paved the way for a busy 1st year for the duo. Now with 15 releases and remixes under their belts on respected labels such as 777 and Hardcore beats, Control Z have had support from some of the biggest players in the scene such as The Freestylers, Freq Nasty, Tayo, Aquasky, Deekline , Breakfastaz, Skool of Thought..the list goes on…Radio Support has seen Ctrl Z tracks on Both Radio 1 and Kiss Fm as well as pretty much every specialist station around. The duo are rapidly becoming known for their energetic DJ sets which have rocked floors at nights such as Fuse, Innovation, Raindance, Best of British, Payload and Brace Yourself, and have taken them to Spain as headlining Acts. As well as regular gigs, Control Z can be heard smashing up the airwaves on the Double Award Winning station Pyrotechnicradio.com. Hotly Tipped by Breakspoll as ‘the next BIG thing’ , Control Z show no signs of slowing down over the next year and are currently collaborating with breakbeat stalwarts such as Tayo and the Autobots, as well as a host of vocalists in preparation for their next onslaught of tunage! A tour of America, Gigs in UK (including Breakspoll 2006 @ Fabric) and Europe and a lot more bass fuelled Remixes and Singles. Watch out!
Control Z (Breakbeat)
Tom Petais and Nicky D’Silva aka Dash and Inch met through the Community Music Program in London. Snapped up by Dj Mutiny’s Funkatech Recordings, ‘Disko and Pain’ made up the debut single that was to cause a big splash in the Breaks Scene and paved the way for a busy 1st year for the duo. Now with Fifteen releases and remixes under their be... more info
With a music career now spanning more than a decade, this traditionally trained percussionist has brought his unique blend of tribal & indian rhythms to the world of beats and breaks. Fusing nu-skool breaks, progressive house and asian underground, all while drumming new beats and loops on the fly, you can't help but stare as he mixes with one ... more info[Upload Show Photos] // [Add Video] // [Upload Poster]