Photos of Jam-2, Andrew Kasi, and Phibonacci @ Garage Sale at Zuzu, 8/14/23

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Garage Sale: by AboveGround and Robot Haus, FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2023 AT 9 PM – 1:45 AM at Zuzu, Cambridge, MA


Garage Sale: by AboveGround and Robot Haus
FRIDAY, JULY 14, 2023 AT 9 PM – 1:45 AM

474 Massachusetts Ave
Cambridge, MA

Garage Sale lost its home for the summer but we found a spot in the interim! Come join us in Cambridge, MA at ZuZu in Central Square on July 14th. With the support of AboveGround and Robot Haus, we’re taking over for the night ❤
Free event with Garage DJs all night long!
Hype Lies
Andrew Kasi


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Dubstep pioneer Joe Nice discusses Dubstep origins in North America, new music, representation & more in this exclusive hihf interview

This week, Baltimore is in for a real treat. The folks over at Headnod Entertainment are throwing one of their most impressive shows to date at the 8X10, featuring some legendary names that you don’t normally see paired up together. Names like American Grime, Rational Soul, and local talents Crude Sound and Basse will be laying down some infectious bass lines, setting the tone for headliners Commodo and Joe Nice.

It’s a very special occasion, indeed. This will be Commodo’s first time back in the DMV in nearly eight years. He is an act that brings rarity and unfathomable wizardry to the live stage with his low-frequency excellency. Playing before him, however, is one of the most important figures in dubstep. Born in Great Britain but raised in Baltimore, Joe Nice is without a doubt one of the biggest catalysts for the dubstep scene in North America.

Joe Nice began playing dubstep at the beginning of the millennium before the genre even had a name. He started one of the first dubstep radio shows of its kind (Gourmet Beats, which is now his label that he founded in 2015) and co-founded the first official dubstep night in North America (Dub War NYC), introducing a wide-eyed audience to a new and exciting form of music that had never been heard in the states before.⁣

Ahead of his return to Charm City, we were fortunate enough to spend some time with Joe to discuss a wide range of topics, including the early days of dubstep in North America, the influence Baltimore Club Music had on him and his DJing, the importance of representation in the US festival scene, new music on the way, and so much more. This is a very powerful conversation that we hope you take the time to read.

Full story at hihf

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Garage Sale with Propag8, ZP the Don, and resident Phibonacci

Facebook Event
March 11, 2023, 11PM – 2AM
The Keep, 110 Gorham St, Lowell, MA

Garage Sale is Phibonacci’s ongoing, monthly event est. 2018.
Saturday, March 11th with PropaG8, ZP the DON and PHIBONACCI ❤
Who else wants to accept the garridge challenge?
Always at The Keep in Lowell, MA
Always the Second Saturday
Garage Sale from
Broadcast on and
Come out, dance, have some whiskey, scotch, fancy cocktails and craft beers.
(Come before 10pm for full menu)

Facebook Event
March 11, 2023, 11PM – 2AM
The Keep, 110 Gorham St, Lowell, MA

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Interplanetary Criminal with Big Ang – 01 March 2023 (Rinse FM)

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Running Up That Hill Phibonacci RMX [Vecna Edit]

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Garage Sale, spring lineup, second Saturdays at The Keep in Lowell, MA

A very special treat tonight up in Lowell with Phibonacci’s Garage Sale monthly highlighting DJ Elyte aka Eli Soul Clap

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AboveGround presents: [UK GARAGE] Flavours

Zuzu – Central Square Cambridge

AboveGround is back with the next edition of our FREE Cambridge party series FLAVOURS. And trust me, come Friday night, there’s nowhere else you’d rather be than INSIIIIIDEEEEE THE PLACE
We plan on showcasing a genre that is near and dear to our hearts: the wonderful world of UK GARAGE. But this ain’t your typical UKG affair. Buckle up because this party will span everything from 2-Step, 4×4, Bassline, Funky, Grime, digital, vinyl, pirate radio (okay, maybe we’re getting carried away here…) – SOUNDS OF THE U-K-G
* D Torrance // @gdbeautifuldisaster
* Glass Guts // @glassguts (vinyl set)
* HypeLies // @yungbutrich
Along with AboveGround resident and garage-head Sinhaus.
– No harassment
– No worries

Facebook Event

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LINEUP ANNOUNCED Robot Haus Presents: Rise of the Machines 2.0 MAX+

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2022 AT 7 PM – 2 AM Platforms Dance Club, 165 Poe St, Providence, RI 18+ | 7pm-2am Facebook Event Tickets · $10 – $15 We are BACK to bring you the next generation of sound, lights, and BASS MAGIC. Using the latest Evolutions in Machine Learning, Retargeted Programmatic Psychographics, Omnichannel Storytelling and Vectored Aural Engineering, Robot Haus presents the biggest and boldest step forward: Rise of the Machines 2.0 MAX+ //Cyberia Stage Presented by Robot Haus…

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A DJ at work while young volunteers clear debris from a building destroyed by a Russian rocket in the village of Yahidne, Chernihiv Region, Ukraine, Sunday, July 24, 2022. AP Photo/Roman Hrytsyna

Young Ukrainians Rebuild Villages With ‘Clean-Up Raves’

In a village in northern Ukraine that was devastated by Russian occupation only months ago, a techno party is in full swing.

AP Justin Spike
Jul 25, 2022, 07:20 AM EDT

YAHIDNE, Ukraine (AP) — In a village in northern Ukraine that was devastated by Russian occupation only months ago, a techno party is in full swing.

In a bombed-out building, more than 200 young people have found a novel way to help rebuild their country.

The daytime “clean-up rave” in Yahidne was organized by young Ukrainians who have been using dance parties as a way to contribute to recovery efforts in the country’s north, which has suffered major damage from Russian bombardment.

Shovels in hand, the volunteers tackle the remnants of a village cultural center that was destroyed in March by a Russian rocket strike, tossing piles of debris onto a tractor’s loader. A DJ, his turntables mounted on a stack of ammunition boxes, spins techno and house dance music as the volunteers work. Some even take a break from their labor to dance.

“Volunteering is my lifestyle now,” said Tania Burianova, an organizer with the Repair Together initiative. “I like electronic music and I used to party. But now it’s wartime and we want to help, and we’re doing it with music.”

Full Story at Huffpost

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