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SIDECAR TOMMY is beatmaker, drummer, and co-producer of electro-gypsy trio known as BEATS ANTIQUE...SIDECAR TOMMY creates music that brings the dirtier beats to the forefront. Using his 30 years of experience as a drummer, fusing with state of the art production tools, the original score is vast, raw, and properly sculpted for sound systems big or small, culminating in a collage of music that hits
An*Ten*Nae is one of San Francisco's most sought after DJs and live performers. He has taken the art of live remixing to new heights with his own customized setup, that bends genres in ways seldom heard. His sound is called Acid Crunk, and there are no rules, no restraints in its quest for a pure sound that is not Homogenized.
Head of Muti Music. From Cape Town, South Africa, based in San Francisco since 1994.
Dov1 & An-ten-nae are two of the most active movers and shakers in the west coast bass music scene, combining forces on production for the first time in 10 years since their last release under the name DnA.
In the past 6 months they have released 3 EPs of diverse bass music, blurring the lines between Halftime DnB, Drum & Bass, Trip Hop, Hip Hop and even some Reggae, working with the the mighty King Mas.
An-ten-nae is a constant production machine, who has created new avenues for bass music under his various monikers, including Dimond Saints, Invisible People, Lowriderz and Black Crow. An-ten-nae has over 100 releases under his belt and collaborations far and wide. His most recent album charted in the iTunes Top 10 and was featured on Huffington Post and Billboard.
Dov1 is one of the pioneers of bass music in the San Francisco Bay Area.
He is a prolific DJ, performer, label owner and music and talent selector for many labels and clubs nights. Known largely
for his role as founder & owner of Muti Music and helping define the sounds coming out of the US west coast.
As a producer his sounds are rooted in heavy bass and a blending digital and organic textures. Previously reviewed and featured by iDJ, Mixmag, Knowledge, CNET and a wide range of quality publications, and his work at the root level of the Bay Area music scene makes his influence is felt from the underground upwards.