Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Subplot gets wonky as F*%K

Clear Friday, June 19th, for the next Subplot. Introducing Headroom promoters/producers/djs, Jonny Faith and Monk Fly. These guys are sure to bring us fat, glitched-out beats and big, wonky basslines. Just the way we like it.

Jonny Faith, originally from Edinburgh, and now based in Sydney, loves to play head-melding beats. Not that genre really matters, but to give you an idea of what Jonny Faith has in store, his style falls somewhere between percussive Hip-Hop and wobbly, atmospheric, Dubstep. If you’ve listened to 2SER 107.3fm on a Friday night, you’ve probably heard these guys play. If you haven’t, make sure you tune in on Friday nights from 10.30pm to 12am.

Check out Jonny Faith’s Beat Research.

Monk Fly is Headroom’s other half. The Sydney based DJ/producer is a self-confessed lover of “abstract, picture-based beats”. He takes a bit of a harder edge in Dubstep than Jonny Faith, and that’s what makes their sounds work so well together, they each take over from where the other left off, and then completely wonk it the other way. You may have also heard of Monk Fly’s boutique Sydney based record label The Frequency Lab, dedicated to “local left-field beats”. Well worth checking out.

Hear Monk Fly’s FBI midday mixup

We are really excited to have the guys from Headroom wonk up the place this Friday 19th of June. And just like last time, Subplot is playing upstairs at the Brighton Hotel.

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