BASS SNARL - DJ/FX - CLICKDUBJUNGLETECHFOLKEXPERIMENTS - since '91
out in 1991 at the onset of rave in Sydney, Sub Bass Snarl was
pioneering a “decks’n’effects” setup from
the beginning. Relinquishing vinyl and using CDs as early as 1992,
Sub Bass Snarl have evolved into a diverse and dynamic outfit.
They have performed at over 1,000 events including 5 Big Day Out
festivals, Vibes On A Summer’s Day, and events from underground
parties and clubs to galleries and corporate spaces.
Sub Bass Snarl has performed in Tokyo, as well as shows in San
Francisco, London and New Zealand. They have played with all the
major Australian artists and have supported many of the more interesting
electronic acts to tour Australia including Funkstorung (Ger),
Coldcut (UK), Atom Heart (Ger), Meat Beat Manifesto (USA), On
Un Sound (UK), Squarepusher (UK), David Shea (Belgium), Scanner
(UK), David Toop (UK), Tom Middleton (Global Communications UK),
Kodwo Eshun (UK), DJ Vadim (UK), Neotropic (UK), Anticon (USA),
Hrvatski (USA), Jan Jelinek (Germany), The Gentle People (UK),
Mad Professor (UK), Sutekh (USA), Nonplace Urban Field/Burnt Friedman
(Germany), Tony Morley (Leaf Records UK), Si-Cut-Db (UK), Baby
Ford (UK), Cylob (UK), Mike Dred (UK), Spymania Allstars (UK),
Salmonella Dub (NZ), Kog Transmissions (NZ), Stinky Jim (NZ),
SJD (NZ), Negusa Negust Sound System (UK), Tim Love Lee (UK),
Pete Lawrence (UK), Luke Vibert (UK), Fat Cat Sound System (UK),
DJ Olive (USA), Battery Operated (UK), Mitchell Akiyama (Can),
Sage Francis (USA), Manitoba (UK), Kevin Blechdom (USA), Pan American
(USA), DJ/Rupture (Spn), Sly & Robbie (Jam), Prefuse73 (USA). Their sounds range from jungle and dub to minimal
techno and IDM.
have worked with other musicians including a cellist, a bass player
and various MCs including Ozi
Batla from The Herd. They are also known for their improvised
film scores and have improvised new soundtracks, complete with
dialogue, for The Thing, Once Upon A Time In China, Moon Warriors,
Tetsuo II, Hellraiser, and other cult cinema.
online reviews and interviews - The
Wire Magazine (2001) / Sydney
Friction (2001) / Shift
can be arranged thru firstname.lastname@example.org
and postal contact via P.O.Box, A2073, Sydney South, NSW 1235.