DJ C64

Also known as C64
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.drosstik.com, http://www.makeshiftrecords.ca

Discography of DJ C64:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Breakcore-Jungle V.2 25 Audio 2002-00-00 Dross:tik Records
2 Mix-uP-archiv3 9 Audio 2003 Dross:tik Records
3 Transitional Days 29 Audio 2004-11-00 Peace Off
4 NLA Mixtape #3 31 Audio 2003-00-00 Noise Liberation Army
5 Lowest Moments 26 Audio 2008
6 Delayed Reaction 43 Audio 2008 Peace Off


Known for his hard hitting sets filled with complex drum work, wild mixing skills and creativity, C64 has emerged as a most unique dj, often blending the full spectrum of breakcore / jungle / DnB along with other genres and styles into his sets. His range of styles is evident with the range of artists he has performed alongside with, including Amon Tobin, Luke Vibert, Knifehandchop, Jason Forrest, Plaid, Breakage, Klute, Blame, Panacea and Enduser.

Having toured in support of Knifehandchop (USA 2002), a European tour backing Venetian Snares (May 2005), a Japan tour (2006) with Cock Rock Disco artist Devnull and a stream of individual European tours in 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2010, C64 has firmly entrenched his mark on the international scene.

In addition to this, C64 has performed at such well known international events as the Wasted Festival in Berlin, Elevate Festival and Donau Festival in Austria, Bangface and Technicality in London, Kamikaze Warfare in Rennes, Breakcore Gives Me Wood in Belgium, North by Northeast in Toronto, DEMF in Detroit and Murder Channel in Tokyo.

On top of a busy dj schedule, C64 also operates two distinctly different record labels, Dross:tik Records and Make:Shift Records. [l=Dross:tik Records], formed in 2002, is a label focused around the evolving sounds of Breakcore and Experimental Electronics, while [l=Make:Shift Records], started in 2003, delves deep into the sounds of left-field DnB, Dubstep, Downtempo and Breakbeat. Both labels work on a similar format, with vinyl releases geared towards DJ oriented music, while the CD releases tend to focus on artist concept albums that reach outside the scope of conventional Breakcore and DnB.


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