Hey crew, we’re back with the first of our Selects series for 2021 just in time for your drive home. The first selector that we have lined up is Michael Patterson a.k.a Patto Patto started DJing 10 years ago using an Ipod, before progressing to become one of Adelaide’s most sought after Drum & Bass DJ’s. Starting out playing parties and on the late great Soundpond.net, he managed to net himself 1st place in Twisted Audio’s Homegrown freqs mixing competition. Since then he’s made a name playing with various Adelaide promotors, playing bush doofs, and supporting the likes of LSB and BCee. Patto has been heavily inspired by outdoor festivals such as Earth festival, and this lends itself into his style. This mix moves from track to track with consideration and purpose, trying to create a journey for is full of life and energy. In addition to this, Patto has started hosting his own outdoor events under the monkier “Sporadic events”. Patto is passionate about taking Drum & Bass and other genres under the stars and in the dirt with a solid sound system where there is time to hang out and create art within the underground music community.
Here is episode #32 of The DnB Girls Podcast feat TGRbass and our first mix of the new year -2021! A lifelong musician inspired by the groove of triphop, the energy of big beat and the soul of jungle, TGRbass djs basslines and breakbeats ranging from their electronic roots in drum n bass to their constant forage for future sounds. TGR spent twelve years djing and partythrowing in NYC’s most notorious basements and lofts, and in venues like Elsewhere, Good Room, Webster Hall, LPR and The Lot Radio. Now the TGR has landed in Los Angeles, ready to energize the dancefloor. TGR and Illexxandra create playfully genderfluid music as Ajazent, with releases on Black Marble Collective’s RAVETOOLZ and District 160’s BREATHE. TGR and Billy Deez join forces as TankTop NYC; catch ‘em live on DNBRadio every Monday 4-5PM ET/1-2PM PT. TGR’s mission is to advance equity toward BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ presence and leadership in heteronormative electronic genres, including drum and bass. Keep an eye out for TGR’s triphop-loving alter ego Phatti Smith. “These tunes were selected to amplify and uplift women, especially trans women, as well as non-binary producers like me! Glad to include DNB Girls’ own Mizeyesis, Iris, and Ajazent […]