Venue: Rough Trade Bristol
Date: Thu 29 Mar 2018
Price: £5.00 incl. booking fee
Presented by Multi-Track
Multi-Track’s Sound Surgery Masterclass series continues with Jus Now led by drum and bass producer Sam Interface who will break apart the duo’s fusion of Trinidad Soca rhythms and the sub heavy sound of the UK Underground.
Get 1-2-1 advice on how to tweak your beats, learn new techniques and pick up totally new skills from one of the masterminds behind this vibrant and exhilarating fusion duo.
Hosted by producer and DJ Kayla Painter at Rough Trade Bristol.
Jus Now is the vibrant and exhilarating fusion of Trinidadian Soca rhythms with the sub heavy sound of the UK Underground. Sam Interface is one half of the duo, a versatile Drum and Bass producer who has collaborated with the likes of DJ DIE, TC and Eddie K, on releases and remixes for esteemed labels such as Shogun Audio, Clear Skyz, Hospital and Metalheadz. Lazer Beam is the other side, a well-known percussionist and producer in Trinidad, who has toured the world spreading the Trini carnival fever and established himself as a producer by remixing the likes of L-Vis 1990 and Major Lazer.
The pair met by chance through a mutual friend in Bristol in 2010, whilst Lazer Beam was visiting from Trinidad. Their first EP One Time in 2013 to wide acclaim and are now working with established Trinidadian stars such as Bunji Garlin & Nival plus some secret superstar vocalists from the Caribbean and the UK.
Practicing in the more academic reaches of sound design, Kayla Painter is a composer, producer and sound design artist. If you caught her set at Simple Things Festival or her debut at Glastonbury (Glade Stage) in 2017 you will no doubt have witnessed her unusual array of audio samples adopting field recordings as an intrinsic part of her live performance and recorded works. As a Masters graduate and a multi disciplinary artist Kayla’s works are part evolutionary, part exploratory with various media such as stop motion animation, installation, and film.
Kayla has been chosen by Gilles Peterson as a Future Bubbler, a scheme which provides mentoring and a host of industry opportunities for 10 emerging artists around the UK. She has spent two years as a lecturer at the University of South Wales and is currently the Course Leader of Songwriting at The British and Irish Modern Music Institute (BIMM) in Bristol.
DATE: 29th March 2018
VENUE: Rough Trade Bristol