at Bashout, Bristol
Posted by Theo Scott
on 22 May 2011 (15:14:59)
FATT! big it up bro. Lovely ragga mashup, keep it up!
Todd Osborn slips into his jungle pyjamas to perform at Bristol's Bashout night under his Soundmurderer guise
Hailing from Detroit, Michigan, Todd Osborn aka Soundmurderer has gained a reputation as one of most exciting junglists to emerge from the US. Owner of the sought-after Rewind Records imprint, Todd set up the first ever drum 'n' bass store in Detroit, Dubplate Pressure. He was finally given the props he deserves through his colossal Wired For Sound mix CD, released on Tigerbeat6 sub-label Violent Turd in 2003, and has spent recent years dropping ballistic ragga-charged jungle sets from his laptop to crowds pretty much all over the place. Anyone following his musical trajectory will also know of his acid, house, booty, Detroit techno and experimental works on labels such as Spectral, Throw, TNT, Databass and ~scape.

This set was recorded at Bashout in Bristol on 9 December 2006, when Soundmurderer played alongside DJ Hidden, Parasite and a host of other acts. Rising from the ashes of Bristol's mentalist Toxic Dancehall jams, Bashout dishes out a thunderous dose of bottom end therapy every few months at the city's legendary Black Swan venue. For details of forthcoming parties, visit their website.

No tracklisting.

 Photo credit: Soundmurderer at Toxic Dancehall IV, by Dan Gusset

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