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Blow Up
Harvard Bass
URB Magazine:
"Best Party of 2010"
Friday, April 6
10pm - 2am.
electro. house. dance party jams.
18+.
$11.50 advance for 21+;
$15.50 advance for 18+;
$20 door.
Main Room:

Harvard Bass
B Rich (Trouble & Bass / Party Like Us)
Resident DJ Jeffrey Paradise

Hosted by Ava Berlin. Photobooth by Jonathan Saunders. Roaming photos by Attic Floc, Allie Foraker, Cecilia Cacciatore, Montana Mendy & Storm Vincent. Video by Alex Drachnik.
Anyone who has ever watched the birth of a genre before knows that it almost always grows from the youth; the fresh perspective. Well, I'd like to present a candidate for that new sound in the form of new-comer Harvard Bass. Clocking in at a measley 21 years of age, this San Diegoan seems to have stumbled, with his first original track, on a hell of jackin' banger. If you have been through LA recently, you might recognize him as Sleazy V often seen amongst folk such as Paparazzi, Acid Girls, Johnny Love and so on. It's interesting to me that someone that has come up in the blog house scene then comes back with straight up jackin' house. I wonder if its a trend. I wonder if the pattern will persist and other young post bloghouse producers will follow suit. Regardless, this tune kills on the floor and I can't wait to see what else ol' Harvard Bass has got up his sleeve.

B Rich is one of America's purveyors of bass-heavy club music can go between house, bassline, funky, and garage all with a unifying element: huge low end frequencies. When behind the tables he shows the signs of an artist and performer who truly loves their work. His crisp production style has been shared with labels such as Ultra Records, Ministry of Sound, Scion A/V and Palms Out Sounds. Whether it's at the club or on BBC Radio 1, you can hear his tracks being played and supported by some of the heaviest selectors and tastemakers across the world.