Doctor Jeep Announces New EP ‘Angel’/ Show with TeamSupreme

Beat master Doctor Jeep announced yesterday that his new EP “Angel” will drop December 9th on Trouble & Bass. He will also be supporting Machinedrum in IHC Presents: TeamSupreme tomorrow (Friday Nov. 21st) at The Echoplex in LA.

Make sure to catch the show if you’re in town and don’t miss the EP release!

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Pinch+Pangaea Sat Nov 8

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Joining Pinch and Pangaea is Doctor Jeep, Damian Silva and Dumka.

Pinch is known for many things bass related – whether it’s his productions/remixes, DJ sets, labels or events, he has excelled at all levels. His Subloaded night, operating since 2004, brought dubstep to Bristol – the scene’s first destination outside of London’s conceptual FWD>> at Plastic People. By 2008, Subloaded was pulling in over 1000 heads for each event and the Bristol dubstep scene was thriving, Pinch at the helm of it all.

Pangaea (a.k.a. Kevin McAuley) is something of a mystery. On the one hand, he’s one third of the braintrust behind Hessle Audio, a label that’s widely recognized as one of the most innovative and respected imprints in electronic music. On the other, he’s someone who seemingly prefers to operate in the background, often allowing his partners Ben UFO and Pearson Sound to do the talking and soak up the accolades. As such, Pangaea’s talents and body of work can sometimes be overlooked, despite the fact that he’s been responsible for a steady stream of quality tracks over the past seven years.

Doctor Jeep is a 24-year old New York native known to most as Andre Lira. While attending college in Boston he quickly gained notoriety as one of the city’s most eclectic young selectors, blending upbeat house and techno with the global sounds of baile funk, dancehall, old-school uk garage, african percussionism and more. With DJ sets mixing the past, present, and future of dance music in some of Boston and New York’s best clubs, he has proven to adapt to any vibe and make it his own style of party.

RSVP to aaaafterhours@gmail.com to ensure entry. The show is 21+ and the location is TBA.

.@doctajeep on @RinseFM with @Butterz

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Last night one of our artist, Doctor Jeep, was featured on Butterz Rinse FM show. For the last half hour of Butterz’ set, Doctor Jeep lays it down, starting with a crazy Rhythm n’ Gash remix. He says about the mix:

I tried to play it cool but to be honest it’s always been a dream of mine to be on rinse so being in there was very surreal.

It’s clear Doctor Jeep was ready to lay it down, you’ll see when you give it a listen.

Download it here!

Then click around the tracklist to learn more about Doctor Jeep’s selections:

DJ Cable – Pulse RBX
Rossi B & Luca – E10 Riddim
Benga & Coki – Night
Mr Dubz – Grom VIP
Filthy Vicars & KSH – Bazooka
Enigma Dubz – Warlord (Garage Mix)
Coki – Voodoo Dolls
Wiley – Colder (Samename Refix)
Missy Elliot – Work It (R4 Remix)
Requake & Brownz – Bounce
Mala – Alicia
Ruff Sqwad – Pied Piper
Decibel & Flowdan – Skanks
DJ Zinc – 138 Trek
Mele – Dark (ft. Slick Don)
Bok Bok – Silo Pass
Peverelist – Roll With The Punches

Doctor Jeep achieved his dream of performing on Rinse. Do you dream of making it in music? We can get you started.

Read @Vanyaland617’s interview with @stareyezzz

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Tonight, Brooklyn’s Trouble & Bass will be the focus of a Label Takeover night at Boston’s Good Life. Mmmmaven’s own Doctor Jeep is on the bill, which also features DJ Uniiqu3 and Star Eyes, who sat down with Vanyaland this week to discuss a host of intriguing topics:

I am a born raver. I got obsessed with the culture even before I went to my first rave through listening to the Prodigy and Orbital and seeing pictures of huge illegal parties in UK music mags like NME and Melody Maker. For other people it was a passing phase or maybe a cool place to do drugs but I always believed in the transformative powers of the culture and I wanted to be involved in it in some way.

Since music is the ultimate love for me, I started collecting the records that I loved from hearing them out and on mixtapes and started DJing and now here I am and I still tear up and/or get chills when I find the perfect record.

Read the whole chat over at Vanyaland, and make sure to hit up tonight’s show at 9:30 sharp.

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