Event: Head Space #2
Date: Thursday 28th September
Genre: Drum and Bass (Tech/Future)
Price: £5 On the door
Key Artists: Was A Be / MOTHER INC / VOWEL / Inst.ed
If You Like: Total Science, Signal, Collective Nights, Noise Test
This upcoming Thursday, hosted by the relatively new but excellently curated Head Space; is set to be a night of thoroughly varied deepness.
Hot on the heels of their heavyweight takeover in Blue Mountain’s Room 2 during Noise Test #14, you should really be tracking this little collective’s movements as it’s sure to develop into a ‘those-that-know’ favourite.
Luckily, we’ve got you covered this time.
Cosies will prove to be a fantastic choice for this event, as the focus will most certainly be on Was A Be’s incredibly original sound design.
The venue boasts a punchy surround system that fills the intimate, brick-vaulted space, where attendees will be treated to Was A Be’s surprising array of style.
If the accurately self-titled ‘Future D&B’ duo from Italy’s recent guest show on label-mate Icicle’s Rinse FM podcast is anything to go by, ticket-holders will be stepping to a dark cacophony of halftime, neurofunk, breakbeat, and jungle all rolled into a spicy package.
Don’t be surprised if the mood even starts off a bit lighter, as Was A Be have recently dropped a bouncy, colourful remix of big player Technimatic’s “The Evening Loop”.
Carrying impressive momentum from their exclusive Shogun Audio signing, Was A Be is certainly the main event, and we can’t wait to hear their prolificness demonstrated in one of Bristol’s underground mainstays.
Further, having fellow Italian label-cum-artist MOTHER INC alongside city resident VOWEL, backed up by Head Space CEO Inst.ed’s smooth mixing capabilities, is yet another feather in this night’s already very attractive cap.
There’s something here for every drum and bassist, junglist (and maybe even the rogue dub-head), so don’t miss it!
Check out Tristan's review next weekend, as we send him over to Headspace #2 to experience the night and speak to the organiser.
Written by Tristan Davis - Underground Writer
Edited by Reece Webster - Underground Editor