Amen 3 – Bratva x The Hotbox

Break beats and bass lines meet dance tunes and fun times.

Presented by Bratva & The Hotbox.
Two sounds collide.

Who will survive?
Join us in the rave

Taylor .245
Cal Jamma

$6 (beer and spirits)
Entry – $5 before 11 // $10 after

Doors at 10pm
See you in the dance

Chop Shop [vol006] /// Gunda G Bday Rave ft. Maddface

Birthday party for local legend Gunda G.


// INFO \\
VENUE: One Seventy 7 West
ADDRESS: 177 Hindley St, Adelaide, South Australia 5000
DATE: 16/02/18
ENTRY: Doors at 9pm, $15 entry until 12 $20 after.

18+ Photo ID required or management has the right to refuse entry

Amen II

We love drum and bass!

An all new monthly DnB destination is on the horizon. Join us as we pay homage to the Amen Break that started it all. No moment of silence required, just let the break beats roll!
DJs Hypnotixx, Ebony Jade, Lis/n, Bright Eyed, Stretch, Reason, Rusha & Nobility
Upgraded soundsystem & lighting
EFTPOS finally installed at the venue

See you on that dance floor

The Collective presents Everybody

The Collective presents…


A massive night jammed full of Drum & Bass with some of the best DnB locals Adelaide has to offer! Plenty of hidden talent from all different crews and areas of bass music!

DJs & MCs: Please hit us up if you would like to play! Links to SoundCloud / demos encouraged but spots will fill up FAST so don’t hesitate!

1 night
7 hours
25+ DJs
15 min sets

Saturday June 24th, 9pm – 4am

One Seventy7 West


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Subalicious + Bratva present Philth

Philth is a force on the charge. A dedicated specialist in a range of styles and techniques, he is able to bring personality and individualism to both his DJing and production. His wide range of releases, across a number of labels, has allowed him to gain a unique insight into the game, and coupled with his musical influences and abilities, this is one force which will not be dissipated.

Philth was raised in North London, and now makes his home over in West London, where his music and life are influenced by music, both electronic and soundtrack-based, as well as his love of films and food. He traces his direct musical lineages back to figures like Ed Rush and Optical, Bad Company and Goldie, and his love of 90s techstep is reflected is his own work, which is known for its bold sonic statements and resolute, resounding basslines. But Philth is not only about the harder side of our sound, he goes deeper, drawing out the soul in the harsh, urban soundscapes he creates.

His music has made its way to some of the leading labels in drum & bass today, including Dispatch, Playaz, CIA, Peer Pressure, Flexout, AutomAte and Soul Deep, and support from DJ’s such as Bailey, Hype, Marky, Ant TC1, Total Science, S.P.Y, Doc Scott, Randall, London Elektricity, Calyx & Teebee, Krust and many more shows the diversity and undoubted dancefloor appeal of his music. Despite his prolific work-rate, Philth has, and continues to make music that exhibits identity and longevity, music that becomes a part of the listeners lives as much as it has been a part of his.

“I want to make music that tells a story, music with strong emotional content. Even if the end result is a pummelling wall of bass, the intro still needs to have some soul, music with enough depth to stand the test of time.”

As both A&R and assistant label manager at Peer Pressure, and music production teacher at a Central London college, Philth is fully integrated into the musical life. His skills and experience draw from his teaching, and in turn, he is able to put his musical knowledge to use in his outreach to students.

His DJing career has grown in strength and visibility. He likes to play across the spectrum, from deep, soulful vibes to tearing techstep. His DJing across three decks is always full of energy, moving from classics to upfront beats. His gigs, from iconic London venues like Fire, Area, Hidden and Ministry Of Sound, to national and international shows, are dominated by his own fresh dubs and cuts from the labels he is associated with.
Of this side of his art, Philth says:

“DJing is my first love and will always be my biggest passion in life. Nothing excites me as much as seeing the reaction on peoples’ faces when they get hit by a new bassline for the first time!”

All of these combined elements have meant that Philth has developed an arsenal of skills and tools, which have helped him progress to his new levels of success. Production, DJing, teaching and radio all add into the mix for this true music man.

But Philth is not one to rest on his laurels. He is now working on new projects with vocalists such as Collette Warren, P-Fine, Formik and Agman Gora, to add a new level to the Philth sound. His upcoming release schedule includes a forthcoming EP with Facing Jinx, and The Elements, a concept EP coming on Peer Pressure. He sees the next natural step as an album project, on which he aims to fuse his twin passions of drum & bass and soundtracks.

Philth represents the future. His multi-dimensional, dedicated approach to his music and his art shines through in everything he does. With a plethora of plans, and new music coming out all the time, make sure you make Philth a part of your musical life.

VENUE – 177 Hindley St, Adelaide // ‘One Seventy 7 West’
ENTRY – $15 door all night; no presales

Bass Attic – Wednesdays @ One Seventy 7 West

Bringing the mid-week back to the West End.

Launching this November 30th,
We’ve teamed together to bring you Bass Attic Wednesdays, a space for the creative minds and bass enthusiasts of Adelaide to gel together while showcasing the finer beats of the lower frequencies.

Genre’s won’t apply here 😈

Lineup & Drink Specials TBA

Doors 8pm- Late

Skirmish #1 – MISS LEDZ

A night aimed at showcasing fresh and unfound local talent… held in a newly renovated venue within which we can Drink, Dance and generally Get Down ..

Round One features a headline set from the ever impressive MISS LEDZ. who always brings the goods in a way only she can. A fresh live Hip Hop performance from MC ENIGMATIC.. and all round bass head STEEZY on the closing set. And last but definately not least.. DJ support from EPDMK, OBELISK & RUSHA.

The venue is One Seventy 7 West (177 Hindley st) aka the newely renovated Enigma bar

$5 b4 10pm / $10 after

Drinks specials on the night as well as a pool room & smokers area