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So Hood

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When: -

Where: The Riot Room (4048 Broadway, Kansas City, MO)

Minimum Age: 21+

Type: Outdoor - Other

Web Site: Click Here

Promoters: JS2media RogueDubs

Genres: DubstepElectroGlitchHip HopHouse

Tickets

$ 3.00
Come help Ryan celebrate his 31st birthday proper!
Ryan Hood aka "Hoodnasty" has been tearing up the US dance music scene for 14 years and counting. Building upon an impressive network of producers from around the globe, he's shared the stage with Treasure Fingers, Le Castle Vania, Drop the Lime, Jack Beats, and Frankie Chan, just to name a few. He has been an integral part in bringing some of the hottest talent to Kansas City, working as a promoter for the Scion shows, RogueDubs and JS2Media.
2010 is proving to be a break out year for Hoodnasty. He has been dropping deep bass sounds across the country, including, SXSW and Winter Music Conference. As 1/2 of the dubstep duo Shanksta, along side veteran DJ FSTZ, there is no escaping the sonic assault when those two are on the stage!.
You can catch Hoodnasty on his Thursday Thump Sessions on Dubstep.fm!
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Joining him on the decks:
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NOMATHMATICS - Botnet Hive / K Valley
http://www.myspace.com/nomathmatics
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Three-time Pitch Music Award winners (Best Dance DJs) and Kansas City Spin-off Champs, DJ duo Johnny D and Sheppa of Nomathmatics has transformed the dance floor experience with their blend of electro- and indie rock-infused, dubstep-influenced remixes and originals. Nomath continues to experiment visually as well, with images that overlay the stage along with a collage of lo-fi 8-bit clips ranging from 80s aerobics videos to vintage robot documentaries.
Nomath has seen its fan base grow through an impressive list of live collaborations, including international artists like Crystal Castles, Drop The Lime, Treasure Fingers, AC Slater and Le Castle Vania. The duo has also partnered with a number of large national sponsors—SCION Radio 17, Hype Machine, Vitamin Water, Tito's Vodka and Greenshoelace.com—and participated in both the Ultra Festival at the Miami Winter Music Conference and Lose Control, a SxSW event.
A strong supporter of the Midwest scene, Nomath hopes to continue to put Kansas City on the map through their live performance experience and unique dance music collection.
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FSTZ - RogueDubs / Dubstep.fm / Fresh Kid
http://www.soundcloud.com/fstz
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Who is ready to Bounce? “FSTZ was in the zone at the Czar Bar. No doubt about it. I remember the night vividly – Thanksgiving weekend, cold outside and there was a buzz in the air about the Mizzou football game at the club. FTSZ was powermixing on all levels. One of the best performances I’ve seen all year from a DJ.” – Joe Nice
You can catch FSTZ nearly every Saturday on Dubstep.fm or on a sound system near you.
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Timmy Ruckus - Ready2Ruckus Entertainment / Fully Charged Entertainment
http://www.myspace.com/kcruckus
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Timothy Ruck, also known as ‘Ruck Finn’ in the bass nation or timmy.ruckus amongst the 4 on the floor heads, has been lighting up dance floors for well over a decade now. Starting off in the mobile music industry, he quickly realized there was much more to mixing music than a start/stop button on a CD player. He discovered electronic music at 18 and was quickly drawn to the hypnotic, driving beats of house, garage, jungle and techno. He dove headfirst into the art, despite his lack of knowledge about the subculture or of the mechanics of mixing, Tim invested in a full vinyl platter setup in 2002 and became a self taught DJ. It wasn’t until meeting Robert Conner and Michael McDougall that his mixing would polish up and he would start playing out.
Hosting several successful weeklies in Lawrence, Overland Park and Kansas City along with putting on or assisting with several larger scale events has made this DJ your ‘jack of all trades’ nightlife icon. Joining forces with ‘Fully Charged Entertainment’ and ‘Kablammo!’ along with pushing his own production company ‘ready2ruckus ent.’ has kept things busy…with no immediate end in sight.