Another Drum & Bass Problem ft. Cpt. Bli, Souldefunk, Cypher
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Another Drum & Bass Problem ft. Captain Bli, Souldefunk, Cypher
On Saturday 07 October, we've got Another Got a Drum & Bass Problem in the back room at Rain dogs. This will be a fun night of jungle and drum & bass featuring special guest deejays from north and central Florida along with an art showcase by a handful of local creators. Brought to you by the team of Invasive Ceremonies, Moving Futures Music, and JaxDnB.
Music provided by:
- Captain Bli (Orbit, Gainesville)
- Souldefunk (Orlando)
- Cypher (Jacksonville)
- Plus hosts Nathan Bradley, XMSN, Reflections
Keeping with the status quo of uniting heads from around the state, we welcome guest headliner from Gainesville and the host and curator of the weekly event called Orbit, the one and only Cpt. Bli. Joining him will be another guest from Orlando and a frequent flyer of the Modul events, none other than Souldefunk. We're also happy to have one of our Jacksonville locals on support for this amazing combo, longtime supporter and JaxDnB deejay Cypher.
Art showcase by:
- Taul Waters
- More TBA
Per usual we also welcome some of our visual artist friends to show off their work and enhance the vibes of the evening. We are delighted to welcome our good friend and OG Taul Waters a.k.a. Mech Directive for his first art showing at one of our events. His visionary art concepts are rooted in the underground graffiti styles of the late 90's and early 2000's, and often incorporate sci-fi and dystopian themes. Other artists for the showcase will be added in the near future.
Location and times
1045 Park Street, Jacksonville, Florida
Doors at 8pm - music goes until at least 1am
More info about our featured guests
One of the OG junglists of Florida, he was a resident DJ at the infamous, old school Simons and Frolik/Soulhouse DNB weekly in the 90s/00s. After taking a break from the scene to focus on family, he fiercely returned to DNB with the vibey Visionary Fam in 2016. Currently, he is holding down residency at the ORBIT weekly in Gainesville.
The Captain has deejayed alongside a slew of top-tier DNB DJs, including Grooverider, LTJ Bukem, J Majik, John B, Dieselboy, Dara, DB, AK1200, Pish Posh, L Double, Ray Keith, Stakka & Skynet, Klute, Danny the Wildchild, Phantom 45, Panacea, DJ Swamp, DJ Craze, Future Cut, and more. A lover of multiple styles of DNB with a focus on moving the dancefloor, be prepared to nod your head or shake your booty.
Check out more from Cpt Bli including social links and deejay mixes:
A true purveyor of jungle music, Souldefunk brings pure passion to the decks with carefully curated sets of only the finest tracks.You can also catch him mixing other varieties of funky beats including footwork, 2-step and UK garage.
Get ready for a barrage of beats when Cypher steps up to the decks. Cypher’s style of DNB leans towards hard, dark and heavy, but you might also catch him dropping his favorite jungle anthems into the mix.
Your resident hosts
Nathan Bradley is the founder of Moving Futures Music, a Florida-based label designed to be an outlet for more experimental music. XMSN is the founder of Invasive Ceremonies which is dedicated to building the local scene and culture around quality drum & bass music and events. Reflections is currently the head promoter and event producer behind JaxDnB and hosts the monthly Terrace Takeover at Myth Nightclub.
Additional Event Details
Advance tickets only $7 with no additional fee; admission on the door will be $10.
This is an 18+ event at Rain dogs. in the heart of Riverside's historic 5 Points. At this cozy neighborhood spot you can usually find karaoke , trivia, or acoustic musicians entertaining the crowd up front where the décor is intended to make you feel like you're hanging out at your friend's pad. The back room is frequently host to a wide variety of events including local bands, comedy shows, and of course dance music parties.
Please be aware that due to the venue's policies, we usually need to end the music between 1:00am and 1:30am. Keep this in mind as you make your plans to attend. We will go past 1:00am when possible however we do not wish to overstay our welcome at this intimate venue.
Visit https://jaxdnb.com/ for more events and other info about the Jacksonville Drum & Bass scene.