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By Ken Taylor Original post on Beatport.com “No government. No rules. Just go out and have a good time.” That’s the opening salvo of Underground Zero, the first film we’d like to highlight in a new weekly feature called Friday Matinee, in which we’ll hip you to a classic dance-music film or documentary that you can absorb over the weekend. Featuring interviews with DJ Monk, DJ Three, promoter Uncle Ted, and tons of other scene-makers, Underground Zero is a real slice-of-life kind of documentary that takes the Tampa rave scene of the ’90s at face value—more an ethnography than a penetrating examine of causes and effects. But all the same, it’s got some awesome footage of the parties themselves and more than its fair share of funny interviews with rollin’ ravers and those credited with the community’s foundations. Enjoy!

#NewTimes  #MiamiBass  #DJCraze  #Gigabeat Original article posted in Miami New Times   Uncle Luke called it “the best bass party” he’s ever attended. “That shit was dope,” DJ Craze told us. Our own Kat Bein called it the “party of the fucking century.” And, trust us, she’s been to a lot of parties. Red Bull’s United States of Bass, which featured a lineup full of bass gods like Uncle Luke, DJ Laz, DJ Sliink, TT the Artist, Egyptian Lover, and DJ Craze, was hyped to be the party of the year. And, in our opinion, it delivered on that hype. After it was all said and done, we caught up with Miami’s own DJ Craze to try and make sense of what just happened. “You can’t even call that motherfucker a DJ,” DJ Laz said when he was introducing Craze at the United States of Bass. “You gotta call that motherfucker an innovator.” We agree, and you can check out our interview with him above, where we discuss the importance of Miami bass.

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#G$Montana  #WesSmith  #Gigabeat  #bass  #Breaks    #Juice  #808  #Miami  #ProjectMayhem G$Montana the “Master of Mayhem” makes his debut on GIGABEAT with G Spot! Juice Records head honcho Wes Smith comes through also making his first appearance on GIGABEAT with a bangin bassline monster of a remix! CLICK HERE TO GET YOUR COPY!  

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