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COTTI (UK)//TES LA ROK (FIN) melb


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Once again Too Much! is proud to present two of the best dubstep artists from across the globe. For this one we have UK heavy weight Cotti & Finish badman Tes La Rok.

We are moving to the Night Owl for one night only and will have the Full Heartical Hi Fi installed (20K of bass pressure).

This is going to be our last gig for the year as we are set to run the Dubstep room at BBA Bass Jump NYD, so come down and make this one the biggest yet!

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Tes La Rok Bio

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Tes La Rok is a dubstep DJ and music producer from Helsinki, Finland. He was one of the first international names to break through in the scene, and has been featured on a variety of albums such as Steppa's Delight, Dubstep Allstars 5, Mary-Anne Hobbs' Evangeline and Mixmag 25 Year Anniversary Mix by Laurent Garnier. He is also the owner of Noppa Recordings, a dubstep label featuring some of the most innovative artists from around the world.

For the past decade, Tes La Rok has been one of the pioneers in Helsinki undergound culture. He has had a hand in running respected raves such as Slam It, Soulfuel, Back 2 Bass and Sub.

His first ever record was released on Audio Couture (sister label of Moving Shadow) in 1998 - under the moniker Dice with his partner in crime Dharma1. A few years later, it was Dharma1 who introduced UK garage & broken-beats to Tes La Rok.

Tes La Rok released his remix of Uncle Sam's Round The World Girls on Argon Records in 2007. It quickly achieved anthem status, being played in danceclubs everywhere. For the dubstepforum.com 2007 awards, it won 'Best 12"'. Tes La Rok is one to watch - he is leading the way into the future of dubstep music with his enthusiasm and hard work.

Cotti Bio

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Cotti hailing from brixton south london is an established producer/dj/mc and founder of the sumting new movement (2009) & bassface rec (2007).

Cotti has grown up around music and was very keen to experiment with it from a young age, initially writing lyrics and then eventually moving on to actual music productions. He formed 4n Format crew (grime) in 2004 based in South London. 4n Format started out on "ontop fm 95.50" then landed a set on the undergronuds leading pirate "rinse fm 100.4" in early 2006. which they no longer have due to unforseen circumstances.

Cotti eventually put his name on the music map with 3 seperate 12" dubstep dancefloor anthems "sensi dub" , "i dont give a dub" & "the legacy" which have gone on to sell thousands around the world in 2007/08 alone.
Cotti also has a track featuring on the massive box of dub 2 album (dubstep & future dub) released on souljazz records track entitled "let go mi shirt" as well as a string of 12" releases with the pioneering record lable, plus another track featured on the "fabriclive 37" compilation by caspa & rusko also released in 2007.

Cotti has also worked with many established uk artists & producers such as Skream, Goldielocks, Roll Deep, Newham Generals, Plastician, Jammer, J sweet, Doctor, Big Narstie, l man, Aaron Soul, Kromestar not to mention remixes for mainstream artists

Nitin Sawhney
Massive Attack
Hockey
Dub Pistols
Public Enemy

Cotti has been playing his sound/dubstep in clubs not only in and around London but in many other countries around the world such as Australia, New Zealand, Holland, France, Poland, Germany, Serbia, Romania, Finland, Russia, Denmark, Belgium, Hungary, Scotland and Ireland where he has had a rapid reponse about his productions, individual sound & djin skills
'Outernational'

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SOOOOOOOOO excited about this party!!

To all my reggae heads that are open minded to the dubstep thing - this is the party I been telling you about - Cotti sealed the deal for me as far as falling in love with dubstep. He and Loefah (playing this Saturday 24th Oct) both have reggae flavas to their tunes. Great vocals across the board to match their great beats.

Check it!
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shame it's the same night as More Fire. what is it with big dubstep parties always being on the second saturday of the month in Melb?

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They're on all the time Jeff - there's a massive dubstep gig this Saturday and that would have been a pressure drop night

(Sorry for de-railing the thread!)

Damn everyone keeps bringing Cotti to Melbourne. He should start looking into real estate here!

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yeah, I guess you're right Sista. can't fight the flavor of the month!

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Dubstep a white ant the ting!

I had some kid come up to me after a dubstep type set the other week and sey 'MAAAAAN that was some HEAVY dub you played bro!' I said 'Bro YOU DUN NO WHA THE FUK U TALK ABOUT'
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Lady Banton it Coki that playin this weekend not Cotti. Coki is one of the original dubstepers.

Jess I, I dont think that dubstep actually has an impact on your numbers, well I hope it dont.

And Simmo T, your white I am guessing cuz any one who is black wouldnt play such a dumb race card with music.

and to finish I will show you pictures of many black dubstep artists.

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Benga

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Coki

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Chef

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Joker

There are many more but really I dont think I need to go on.

Simmo T, you are a dumb shit. and wtf is with all the fucken dem fi know talk your not jamcian. and if you are and you are black, then your fucken dumb for bringing race into it.

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Jess I, I dont think that dubstep actually has an impact on your numbers, well I hope it dont.


yeah, I doubt it has a huge impact. but it definitely has some; I know quite a few people personally that are often torn on a Saturday night trying to decide whether to go to Heavy Innit or More Fire... no contest for the serious fans of course, but for some on the periphery with more broad musical tastes...

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??????? What? the fuck??


Why would you avertise Cotti if its Coki?
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??????? What? the fuck??


Why would you avertise Cotti if its Coki?

coki on this weekend. cotti at this party advertised.

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Jess I, I dont think that dubstep actually has an impact on your numbers, well I hope it dont.


yeah, I doubt it has a huge impact. but it definitely has some; I know quite a few people personally that are often torn on a Saturday night trying to decide whether to go to Heavy Innit or More Fire... no contest for the serious fans of course, but for some on the periphery with more broad musical tastes...


Dont worry weekends are switching up as of next year.

We moving to 4th

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Right...

Seen both Cotti and Tes before, but both were badly let down by shithouse Sound/Atmosphere.

Black People.
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Right...

Seen both Cotti and Tes before, but both were badly let down by shithouse Sound/Atmosphere.

Black People.

well you wont have to worry about sound with us


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Right...

Seen both Cotti and Tes before, but both were badly let down by shithouse Sound/Atmosphere.

Black People.

well you wont have to worry about sound with us


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Allright... I wont.

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Right...

Seen both Cotti and Tes before, but both were badly let down by shithouse Sound/Atmosphere.

Black People.

well you wont have to worry about sound with us


:bbox: :bbox: :bbox: :bbox: :bbox:

Allright... I wont.

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Jess I, I dont think that dubstep actually has an impact on your numbers, well I hope it dont.


yeah, I doubt it has a huge impact. but it definitely has some; I know quite a few people personally that are often torn on a Saturday night trying to decide whether to go to Heavy Innit or More Fire... no contest for the serious fans of course, but for some on the periphery with more broad musical tastes...


Dont worry weekends are switching up as of next year.

We moving to 4th


that's good to hear, I'm sure both parties will benefit with no clash.

true, we're talking about different genres, but dubstep is obviously close enough to reggae that it warrants promoting gigs on ozreggae.com...

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Right...

Seen both Cotti and Tes before, but both were badly let down by shithouse Sound/Atmosphere.

Black People.

well you wont have to worry about sound with us


:bbox: :bbox: :bbox: :bbox: :bbox:

Allright... I wont.

:|

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Jess I, I dont think that dubstep actually has an impact on your numbers, well I hope it dont.


yeah, I doubt it has a huge impact. but it definitely has some; I know quite a few people personally that are often torn on a Saturday night trying to decide whether to go to Heavy Innit or More Fire... no contest for the serious fans of course, but for some on the periphery with more broad musical tastes...


Dont worry weekends are switching up as of next year.

We moving to 4th


that's good to hear, I'm sure both parties will benefit with no clash.

true, we're talking about different genres, but dubstep is obviously close enough to reggae that it warrants promoting gigs on ozreggae.com...

there does seem to people who are into both genres.

I am personally more on a steppas tip when it comes to reggae, not so much into dance hall etc.

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I am personally more on a steppas tip when it comes to reggae, not so much into dance hall etc.

Maybe you should ONE post about it, instead of just posting about dubstep! 'Cause as you've noticed it is a "reggae" forum. :o
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I am personally more on a steppas tip when it comes to reggae, not so much into dance hall etc.

Maybe you should ONE post about it, instead of just posting about dubstep! 'Cause as you've noticed it is a "reggae" forum. :o

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....not you Static, you no numbnuts your just short and got likkle leg jeans!! lol
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