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9 Yeras Low-Cut w/ Muzzy & Teddy Killerz


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Low-Cut wird unglaubliche 9 Jahre Alt, dies muss natürlich gebührend gefeiert werden! Am 2. November wird das Conrad Sohm zum Raver Tempel, und es wird Heiß, RICHTIG HEIß, mit MUZZY und TEDDY KILLERZ holen wir gleich zwei absolute mega Acts der DNB Landschaft in den Prachtclub. Ein absolutes muss für alle Tanz wütigen DNB Heads da draußen.

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Newcomer Djane

Muzzy is a producer and DJ renowned for the pulsating fusion of Drum & Bass and Industrial rock overlaid with orchestral arrangements and euphoric hooks. Muzzy has become one of the hottest go-to names for high-octane bass driven music.

UKF picked up his track “X No Way Out” for their Youtube channel UKF Dubstep which brought him to the attention of such artists as Borgore and Tomba. Three years down the line and the successes continue to roll in, having established himself within the scene his next big move was releasing music through the world famous Monstercat label.

In 2018, the Muzzy EP “The Cascade” charted at #1 on the iTunes US Dance Album charts. Featuring collaborations with AMC, Turno, Celldweller and Sullivan King.

Every Muzzy release over past 5 years has reached the top 10 on industry standard music store Beatport’s Drum and Bass category.

Muzzy continues to push boundaries. having released over 40 tracks and remixes and been nominated 4 years consecutively for Best DJ & Best Producer at the Drum and Bass Awards together with Millions of You Tube views there is undoubtedly something for everyone, whether it be his energy-laced live sets or his stunning musical productions.

In terms of versatility, their are few in their realm. Russian-born trio Teddy Killerz has continually broken boundaries since their inception, trophying a formidable discography and executing numerous international tours while showing absolutely no sign of stagnation. Through a widespread set of releases on legendary labels such as OWSLA, BMG, Universal, Ram, Playaz, Eatbrain, Vision, UKF and many more, the team has proven time and time again that they are an undeniable force to be reckoned with. More recently, theyʼve released the massively-successful collaboration with Moody Good as well as an official remix for Noisia that paved the way for 2017. Most notably, the trio championed a groundbreaking collaboration project including synergetic releases with the likes of Audio, Icicle, June Miller, Counterstrike, DJ Craze, Gridlok, and Annix with a live presentation based in Prague thats stream reached over a million views. Theyʼve also worked on production for Modestepʼs album “London Road”, as well as acquired the Skrillexʼs honorable pick on the Make It Bun Dem competition. As if this wasnʼt enough to make any bass connoisseur a believer, Teddy Killerz released their colossal studio album “Nightmare Street” in 2017 on Ram Records deeming them easily one of yearʼs most promising acts. In addition to their extensive discography, theyʼve successfully completed two North American tours and three Australian/ New Zealand tours within the last 3 years alone. Amongst these tours were performances at some of the worldʼs most electrifying festivals such as EDC Las Vegas, Electric Forest, Boomtown, Frequence FM4, Dour, Mysteryland, and Let It Roll, further carving their names into the halls of the exponential bass music scene that we all know and love. Paralleling their achievements of recent past, the trio themselves have planned an exceptional future ahead, with promising collaborations with massive names such as Funtcase, Dion Timmer, Muzzy, Annix, AMC, and a few others as just a faction of what they have up their ever- so talented collective sleeves. More recently, theyʼve released a collaborative project with Syngergy entitled “Smooth”, with plans to release their next EP on Eatbrain in April of 2018. If youʼre unfamiliar with Teddy Killerz, be prepared for an absolute takeover on the dance floor, in your cars, in your home speakers and quite frankly anywhere with volume, theyʼve only just begun.