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Bombaman and Egyptrixx

Bombaman (Matt Carl) is one half of the dubstep duo Loetech with XI from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As Kid Kameleon put it in his column “Basic Needs” in the December 2007 issue of XLR8R, he makes dark, weird, boundry pushing music for you to meditate to in a club with large speakers. Always looking for a new way to mangle subbass, you can find him pushing out new music every week in the form of 4/4, electro tinged dubstep.

He has forthcoming releases on LA Dubstep Nostra, Lo Dubs and Badman Press, and releases already available on Lo Dubs, Aufect Recordings and Dubplatelet. ...read more

Bombaman (Matt Carl) is one half of the dubstep duo Loetech with XI from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. As Kid Kameleon put it in his column “Basic Needs” in the December 2007 issue of XLR8R, he makes dark, weird, boundry pushing music for you to meditate to in a club with large speakers. Always looking for a new way to mangle subbass, you can find him pushing out new music every week in the form of 4/4, electro tinged dubstep.

He has forthcoming releases on LA Dubstep Nostra, Lo Dubs and Badman Press, and releases already available on Lo Dubs, Aufect Recordings and Dubplatelet. Working with XI for the past two years producing music and performing on their radio show STREAMIZM!, he has traveled up and down Ontario and Quebec and will be venturing all across North America in search of the perfect sound system to play his music on.

You can hear Crookers, Rusko, Diplo, 12th Planet, DZ, Starkey, Stenchman, the Trouble & Bass crew and many other topshelf DJ’s playing his music these days, so heads up.

With the tons of hyped up (but utterly mediocre) dance music that comes out these days, it’s pretty hard to stand apart from the herd; not the case with Toronto’s Egyptrixx. In just over one year, his distinct sonic aesthetic has become an acclaimed presence in underground music, garnering praise from heavyweight DJ’s, including Sinden, Mary Ann Hobbs and Drop the Lime, and influential publications such as Fader, Xlr8r and The Wire magazine. All of his recent records have also seen regular radio play on BBC Radio 1 and Kiss FM among others. His unique and energetic live sets are in-demand, with headlining gigs banked all over Europe and North America and a busy touring schedule in upcoming months.

He makes celestial club music; jeep music for a Saturn desert. There is an exhilarating right-but-wrong tension that all of Egyptrixx’ tracks share - a shifting balance between melodic and dissonant, rapturous and antisocial. His releases continue to challenge the status quo and impress with a unique style informed by elements of techno, house, dubstep and pop music.

With critically acclaimed releases already out on Night Slugs and Ramp Recordings, and his forthcoming debut LP slated for an early 2011 release, the future looks bright for Egyptrixx. « hide

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