KLIKZ & DANJA are hitting the sceene with brutal force, bringing you the filthiest tunes oxfordshire has to offer, dubstep and drum & bass are the weapons of choice for these producers, causing mayhem in raves not just across the country, but across the pond, with a widening fan-base look out for KLIKZ & DANJA…
Devon Clarke (Bobo Saw) was born in Kingston 12 in Trench Town, Jamaica. Over a long career he has shared the stage with Sizzla Kalonji, as well as the legendary Burning Spear, Bounty Killer, Frankie Paul, Pam Hall, Mikey Merican and Jigsy King. Today he remains a prolific producer and talented performer. His career first launched in 1986 when he formed Declaration Music, which released its first recording “Color Kodak” in the same year.
In 1994, he migrated to the U.S.A and was awarded the 91.5 FM Youth in Progress award for his hit song Stop The War, produced by Bobby Konders of Hot 97. Also produced were a host of other songs such as Make Dem Gwan Talk, Ganja Man & Moving in a Very High Tempo.
In 2002 Clarke toured France, Switzerland, and the UK with Sister Carol, who recognized his potential for pleasing European crowds and helped him make the connection.
Devon is credited with the releases Color Kodak, World A Spin, Reggae Lambada, Days of School, Mek Some Money, Killing Feeling, Stop The War, Moving In A Very High Tempo, Revelation, Bits and Pieces, Worry Dem, Cry Fi Yuh Loving, New York Blues, Tenor Saw Dead and Gone, Belly of The Beast, Rock Solid, Mek Dem Gwan Talk (with Jigsy King) and Ganja Man Tune (with Yankee B.) He has also performed and released a song with one of the godfathers of Reggae, Sugar Minott, who promoted artists such as the late Tenor Saw, Yami Bolo, Junior Reid, Half Pint, Pinchers, and more.
Clarke’s first album, Against All Odds - Tribute to Tenor Saw & Nitty Gritty, was released on his label Declaration Music in the 1990s and was recently repressed by Deadly Dragon Sound System. He is currently working on a second album, but in the mean time has been taking in the success on his most recent single, Chip Off The Iceberg on Code of Arms Records.
Glÿph feat. Maksim - Sub Cubensis / Shrimp - COA-D-032 Label: Code Of Arms
A. Sub Cubensis B. Shrimp
Code Of Arms is proud to announce the newest release from Glÿph featuring Maksim..
.Glÿph is the collaboration project of Lixkä and Myosïs, two DJ/producers from Belgium. Glÿph was created in November 2009 and as the project grew, they began producing haunting & aggressive dubstep. Their two first productions (African Junkie & Distrogena) enabled them to get signed and make a free release with Necroid Recordings. With the help of local event organizers, the duo grew and were able to expand to join forces with more labels including “F*ckin’ Beat” crew. Other labels featuring Glÿph include Code of Arms, Krypled Brain, Gradient Audio and MonkeyDub. Maksim is an MC/producer, originally from north London, writing and producing in the styles of Dubstep, Drum & Bass and Hip Hop. His experience in performing live sets has grown rapidly in the past 6 months, after hosting several nights and spraying bars for the likes of Cookie Monsta, DJ Fresh, Chasing Shadows, Skism, Document One, Funtcase, Broken Note, Ruckspin, Skrillex, Bare Noize and DC Breaks.
*DUE TO OVERWHELMING SUCCESS WE HAVE LOCKED IN THE 2nd SATURDAY OF EVERY MONTH
Bass Culture 101: No set times - no cover charge - heavy bass on a bangin’ system. See some of the city’s most active Dubstep DJs and producers testing out their newest fire, fresh from their studios, in a massive tag team set consisting of the residents in attendance that night. Before you hear the tunes dropped at the big shows, you will hear them here first, on your stomping grounds, surrounded by your new family. Welcome home.
DORE & NEBULLA
Come party with Konkrete Jungle and Code Of Arms on July 22nd @ Santos Party House. Plastician (Rinse FM) will be holding down the night with support from myself and the rest of the COA crew plus Courage, MC K-Swift and a special fuck your genre set from Human?. This night is sure to blow the roof off so get there early. 18+ 10pm-4am.
Santos Party House
96 Lafayette St
Manhattan, NY 10013 USA
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