Saturday, December 22, 2012

Bass Bias Bomb Shelter TONIGHT!


You know the drill. Stacked line-up. This time make sure you bring your swim gear and your santa hats. Post Apocalyptic Pre Christmas Super Bash.....GET READY!

***18+ Event (Photo I.D Required) Source Security will be on-site. No alcohol, drugs or weapons will be permitted.***

- Coat check will be 1$ (coats will not be allowed in due to security issues) 

*****No electronics/valuables in pockets. Bass Bias and Rockopolis Studios will not be help liable for lost items.*****



'Botnek are a DJ/production duo from Montreal, Canada. Their unique style and productions take influence from electro house, jump-up techno and afrobeat music.

Already the duo have had the support of names like Afrojack, A-Trak, Porter Robinson,Crookers, Chuckie, Annie Mac, Sidney Samson, Zed’s Dead, Bob Sinclar, Jack Beats, AC Slater, Tocadisco, Buraka Som Sistema, AutoErotique, Congorock, Style of Eye,BeatauCue, Brodinski, Felix Cartal, Sinden, Mason, Don Rimini, Neoteric, Tommie Sunshine, Kissy Sell Out, Supabeatz, Foamo. 

They won a remix competition for Dim Mak Records, for Felix Cartal’s single “Skeleton”. Their first EP “Plonk” was released on May 9, 2011 on Discobelle Records. Following that, Botnek released their singles “Panama Bass” and “Bring the Heat” onSouthern Fried Records on June 20, 2011. The duo have also completed remixes for Jack Beats, Crookers, Buraka Som Sistema, AC Slater, Malente, Kissy Sell Out and BeatauCue.' Excerpt from

Room 1 

8.30 - 9:30 Kevin T
9:30 - 10:30 DarkMattr
10:30 - 11:30 Dartmouthian
11:30 - 12:30 Retroid b2b TheJuice
12:30 - 1:30 Systms
1:30 - 2:30 Trillionaires
2.30 - 3.30 P-80

Room 2

9 - 10 Isotonic
10 - 11 MattyBoh
11 - 12 The YoungBloods( Doc Brown & Evil D)
12 - 1 Pineo 
1 - 2 Botnek
2 - 3 Garberator
3 - 4 Moldylox

Advance Tickets - $10 (SOLDOUT), $15 (Next 75). LIMITED SUPPLY AT DOOR.

Official Bass Bias Page - (exclusive tunes, mixes and more)

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Holidays Freebies courtesy of TheJuice902 and BassBias Records

Here are some fresh tunes and exclusives courtesy of TheJuice902 and BassBias Records, artist support from Halifax, Toronto and the Netherlands. HAPPY HOLIDAYS FOLKS :)

Releases from Sanktus, Kevin T, Dubbacle, Sleep Walker, SYSTMS and a clip from TheJuice - Moon Drops WIP


- Special thanks to everyone involved, a lot of gems from some great up and coming producers!

Sunday, November 11, 2012

BassBias Radio

It's gonna be a classic resident night in the studio with Retroid, Doc Brown, Dubbacle, Dark Mattr and TheJuice. Tune in to Bass Bias Radio tonight 9-12 on CKDU 88.1 fm or online at

I also want to express how grateful I am that people like the veterans risked their lives and lost their lives for a better future, one we sometimes take for granted....thank you from the bottom of my heart, you are true heroes and you will never be forgotten.

Friday, November 9, 2012

Big Cause with Big Beats!

The Dalhousie Electronic Dance Society alongside United Way are gearing up for a special show this Saturday night showcasing some of Hali's heat including Bass Bias vet Doc Brown. Gonna be a night of great music for an amazing cause, check it out. Shows at The Grawood (Dal Sub).

Sunday, October 28, 2012

FREE Treats (Full 320kbs Downloads)

Here's a few classic freebies from Bass Bias artist's Sanktus, Dubbacle and TheJuice

We will soon be announcing details/artists on the upcoming Bass Bias 002 LP, producers get at us we're still looking for tracks!

- Send Demo/Link to

*** We will not be accepting remixes unless approved by the original artist.

AstroBoi Free Full Download is available on the Bass Bias 001 LP -

BassBias Halloween

It's the Halloween Special on Tonight's Bass Bias Radio!!! Join residents Dark Mattr, Retroid, Doc Brown and TheJuice with guests Kevin Theriault & Dj Maverick. I'll be dropping 3 original tracks along side a special 30 min all original set courtesy of Dubbacle!

Tune in 9pm-12pm (atlantic standard time) on CKDU 88.1 FM or listen online @

Friday, October 12, 2012

Dubbacle, putting the DEEP back in DUB.

Dubbacle, one of the few emerging underground producers who stays true to their sound regardless of trends or expectations. While most people know Dubstep for it's loud and in your face synths, Dubbacle aims more for the roots....deep, dark and melodic. This is not music to listen to on your laptop speakers, you're gonna need some real SUB to appreciate these sounds.

Official Artist Page -

Official Soundcloud -

Thursday, September 20, 2012

Modul8 @ Pacifico tomorrow night....ROUND 2

After the success and satisfaction of the crowd from our first show at the Pacifico, the M8 crew will once again be joining forces to bring you a night of the best in electronic music. Surrender to the sounds of:

Room 1: (Crave Bar)--------------------------------

22:00 - 23:00 : Hll Region
23:00 - 00:00 : Beyond The Globe with DJ MAVERICK
00:00 - 01:00 : Doc Brown
01:00 - 02:00 : TheJuice

Room 2: (Capitol Theatre)----------------------------------

22:00 - 23:00 : Saud AlBloushi
23:00 - 00:00 : Retroid
00:00 - 01:00 : DarkMattr
01:00 - 02:00 : Kevin Theriault

$5.00 Cover all night

**** Please note that bracelets are to be picked up at the VIP Booth downstairs near the entrance; a sign will be placed to direct you.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

TheJuice - Breakin Bad (Free Download)

Sittin at home sick, perfect time to release that free track I promised...Thanks to everyone who has supported me and my crazy music throughout my life, it means more to me then you will ever know. A lot of love/frustration/learning went into making this song...I hope you enjoy

Sunday, September 9, 2012

BASSment Bump II

Less than a week away!!! gonna be a big night, the last two events sold out before 12 so get there early... shows going 8pm - 4am

Tune in tonight to the Bassment Bump II warm-up show on CKDU 88.1 fm, or listen online at

Event Page -

Monday, August 20, 2012

Meet Sanktus

First off, I want to throw out a big thanks to Sanktus for the site's new banner design, dude kills it at producing and graphic design.

Hailing from Toronto, Canada Sanktus is a name to look out for. From his melodic sounds and clear percussion to his dark and old-school wobbles, this guy absolutely kills it. With numerous releases under his belt including the
Bass Bias 001 LP, Bass Chronicles and numerous freebies he has begun to get his name around the scene.

Official Facebook -
Soundcloud -

Look out for his upcoming EP "Deception", preview and freebie below -

Wednesday, August 15, 2012


We are proud to announce the Bass Bias Bassment Bump! You know it's gonna be LIVE, the last two events sold out before 12 so get there early, 175 person capacity.

Event Page -

*** 18+ Event, Security will be on-site.

Poster/Ticket/Artist List coming soon.

Friday, August 3, 2012



Captol Theatre Room -

10pm-11pm - Nagwoode
11pm-12pm - Doc Brown
12pm-1am - TheJuice
1am-2am - Maverick

Crave Room -

10pm-11pm - Scribble
11pm-12pm - Kevin T
12pm-1am - Dark Mattr
1am-2am - Retroid

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Octave warm-up on BassBias Radio

It's the Octave warm-up on tonight's Bass Bias Radio! Resident's Retroid, Doc Brown and TheJuice are joined by Kevin T and Hoodlum. Tune in 9pm-12am on CKDU 88.1 FM or listen online @

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Bass Bias Radio

It's gonna be a classic night in the studio, definitely on the deep tip! Bass Bias Radio is live 9pm-12am with resident DJ's Doc Brown, Retroid and TheJuice.

Tune in at 88.1 FM or listen online at

Sunday, July 8, 2012

Isaac on tonight's Bass Bias Radio

Excited to have local producer Isaac on tonight's Bass Bias Radio, his recent free EP "Sequential Circuit" is some of the craziest electro I have ever heard. He has even gained the attention of Mr.Oizo himself. Joining him are resident dj's Doc Brown and TheJuice.Tune in 9pm-12am on CKDU 88.1 fm or listen online at

Will also be featuring mixes all the way from The Netherlands courtesy of Dubbacle and Savox!

"Sequential Circuit" free EP - 

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Happy Canada Day Everyone!....except Harper

Due to our 
Modul8 show tonight we won't be doing Bass Bias Radio. But, If you feel like dancing and need a place to jam out, hit up the Reboot! Show starts at 11

Sunday, June 17, 2012

Bass Bias Radio

Siked to have Wiley Kyoto comin on tonight's Bass Bias Radio, got some funky hype lined up! he's joined by resident dj's Dark Mattr, Doc Brown, Retroid and TheJuice. Tune in 9pm-12am on CKDU 88.1 FM or listen online at

Sunday, June 3, 2012

Modul8 fam...ASSEMBLE!

It's the Modul8 fam on tonight's Bass Bias Radio with a multi genre 8 person tag-session, we'll also be announcing details on our upcoming Canada Day show at the Menz Bar. Join Dj's Isotonic, Maverick, Kevin T, Scribble and residents Dark Mattr, Doc Brown, Retroid and TheJuice.

Tune in tonight 9pm-12am(atlantic standard time) on CKDU 88.1 FM or listen online at

Monday, May 28, 2012

Bill-38 aims to turn Canada into a true Dictatorship, Sign the Petition...Spread the word

Bill C-38 is a step in a dangerous new direction for Canada, it takes away the protection of our environment and hopes to rid our basic ability to protest and speak. It is also being backed by our dictator we call Prime Minister Harper. We need the Canadian Government to know that we won't stand for our way of life being stripped away piece of piece. We have become an apathetic nation as a whole and that needs to change. How do you spell Dictator?...H-A-R-P-E-R

Sign the petition here -

Clip from Yahoo News article ---

Last week, Dennis Drainville, the bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Quebec wrote a scathing piece about the bill and how the Stephen Harper government is minimizing the role of Parliament."In the last 12 months I have seen clearly the rise of tyrannical policies and the application of such mind and state control that the people of Canada , unless they soon react, will find themselves not only slaves to a corporate and political domination they never chose but they will experience the extinguishing of any of the hopes and dreams that they once had for a nation firmly based upon the foundations of compassion, justice and peace," he wrote."For God's sake, for all of our sakes, wake-up Canada."

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Bass Bias Radio tonight 9pm-12am AST

We have a special guest mix on tonight's
Bass Bias Radio comin all the way from The Netherlands courtesy of BB vet Dubbacle. Before that Dj's Dark Mattr, Doc Brown and TheJuice are on the decks joined by fellow Modul8 member Dj Maverick. Tune in tonight 9pm-12am (atlantic standard time) on CKDU 88.1 FM or listen online at

Thursday, May 24, 2012

Documentary Wednesday - Fukushima Meltdown

For this weeks Documentary Wednesday I decided to post a video that looks into the Fukushima Incident, a distaster that continues to effect not only Japanese locals, but the entire planet. The silence of the Japanese Government concerning this incident is incredibly eerie considering Reactor 4 is still unstable, making it a world-wide issue. With the exception of the recent CTV article (below) very few mainstream news agencies have followed this story, one that will no doubt be talking about for generations to come.

Recent CTV article concerning Reactor 4

"More than a year after a devastating earthquake and tsunami triggered a massive nuclear disaster, experts are warning that Japan isn't out of the woods yet and the worst nuclear storm the world has ever seen could be just one earthquake away from reality.
The troubled Reactor 4 at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant is at the centre of this potential catastrophe.
Reactor 4 -- and to a lesser extent Reactor 3 -- still hold large quantities of cooling waters surrounding spent nuclear fuel, all bound by a fragile concrete pool located 30 metres above the ground, and exposed to the elements.
A magnitude 7 or 7.5 earthquake would likely fracture that pool, and disaster would ensue, says Arnie Gundersen, a nuclear engineer with Fairewinds Energy Education who has visited the site.
The 1,535 spent fuel rods would become exposed to the air and would likely catch fire, with the most-recently added fuel rods igniting first.
The incredible heat generated from that blaze, Gundersen said, could then ignite the older fuel in the cooling pool, causing a massive oxygen-eating radiological fire that could not be extinguished with water.
"So the fear is the newest fuel could begin to burn and then we'd have a conflagration of the whole pool because it would become hotter and hotter. The health consequences of that are beyond where science has ever gone before," Gundersen told in an interview from his home in Vermont."

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Not just NASA sending up rockets anymore.

Welcome to the age of privatized space travel, not necessarily a bad thing considering the lack of inovation recently in the public Nasa Rocket Program. New companies entering the space race will lead to fresh ideas, technologies and hopefully a more cost effective way of going into space. Taking a ship into the stars has still remained at the top of my bucket list, the coming years should definitely be interesting...

SpaceX successfully launched the first commercial rocket today. The Falcon 9 rocket along with the Dragon capsule is loaded with the hopes and dreams of hundreds of students around the USA.
The Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP), launched June 2010 by the National Center for Earth and Space Science Education(NCESSE) in partnership with NanoRacks, LLC, is an important U.S. national Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education initiative that gives students across a community the ability to design and propose real experiments to fly in low Earth orbit, first aboard the final flights of the Space Shuttle, and then on the International Space Station (ISS)—America’s newest National Laboratory.
The SpaceX Falcon/Dragon ship launch successfully marks a new era in commercial space transportation. It will deliver cargo, for now, and astronauts later, saving money for NASA and the government."

Source - Forbes

Thursday, May 3, 2012

Documentary: We The Tiny House People.

Its been too long since I've posted a good doc. I found this one to be quite inspiring. Just another thing that goes to show we are the ones that make life complicated. If you choose to live simply. You can simply live.

Monday, April 30, 2012

Monday, April 23, 2012

BassBias LP001 dropping April 30th

We are proud to announce the free BassBias 001 Launch EP is now an LP, meaning more artists and more tracks. International support from the Netherlands and Belgium to Miami and Toronto including Dubbacle, Sanktus, P-80, Waiko, Acid Reflex, TheJuice, Grubby, Wobblefish and Chris Hurst.

The official launch date is April 30th, it will be available for free download on the BassBias soundcloud as well as right here on the facebook page. bass bidnuss, spread the word!

BassBias Page -

Friday, March 30, 2012

Green Gala 2012

Catch TheJuice spinnin tonight at Dalhousie's annual Green Gala! free eats, informative topics, good people and a healthy supply of bass to vibe out to!

hope to see some familiar faces =)

Info page -

Friday, March 23, 2012

TheJuice - Astroboi WIP (forthcoming BassBias Records)

Wanted to share a new darkstep/futurebass tune I'm working on, forthcoming BassBias Records. Big ups Hali BASS FAM!

Free Download when the artist page reaches 200 likes! -

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Bass Bias!

we got a big vinyl set tonight on Bass Bias Radio with special guest Zora The Sultan, support from resident dj's Doc Brown, Retroid and TheJuice. Tune in 9-12 AST at 88.1 fm or online @

Monday, March 5, 2012

Exclusive Dubbacle Interview

Dubbacle (hailing from the Netherlands
) is a name that is quickly gaining momentum and receiving some global respect along the way. From hard-hitting drippy bangers to melodic and moody lounge beats, Dubbacle is an artist who knows the definition of versatility. We are also proud to announce Dubbacle will be releasing exclusive material on our upcoming BassBias Launch EP (Fall 2012).

Artist Page


BassBias/TheJuice902 - How did you first get involved in Dubstep and Bass Music ?

Dubbacle - At the beginning of my freshman year one of my future friends introduced me to the sounds of Rusko's Jahova. At first I was not that much into the sounds, but later on I started to appreciate the good quality of the sub basses and the rhythm, which was different for me since I was just introduced with electro.

BassBias/TheJuice902 - How do you feel the industry has evolved since than ?

Dubbacle - A lot more people from the electro scene have stepped up and switched to making 140 BPM music, some of them with good work, and some of them bringing bad influences into what I call the true dubstep scene. The dance/electro influence into dubstep has brought some nice, more uptempo influences in dubstep, but at some point, I think with the tunes of Dismantle, it became for me more or less faster elektro.

BassBias/TheJuice902 - How long have you been Producing? Any advice to Aspiring beat makers out there ?

Dubbacle - I started producing like one and a half year ago. I started with the help of my friend Savox, which I mentioned earlier, just asking for feedback from him, and learning how to master FL Studio in which I make my beats. Together with that feedback I gained experience. One of the key advices for young producers is to be critical on your own work, sometimes even take some distance from it, and take a week and then listen it back, which enables self-reflection, and the other thing is never be afraid to ask other people for advice or help. I have experienced that the scene is open for new talent, guys like Dream or Unitz, p0gman and other DJs are never too bad to give some advice. Find someone you can make yourself better with. Joining forces is the way.
BassBias/TheJuice902 - What group or artist is your biggest musical influence (Dubstep Genre)

Dubbacle - I am an absolute fan of everything Digital Mystikz has made. It makes me humble when I hear their music. Such refinement in the Mala songs, such raw noises in the Coki songs, they take your mind on a journey, just awesome. I like Skream as well, but also some new producers who make sick basses, such as p0gman, Giant, Subzee-D and well, more than I can name. I listen to any kind of dubstep artist, though not to Flux Pavilion or Skrillex anymore.

BassBias/TheJuice902 - What is group or artist is your biggest musical influence (General Music)

Dubbacle - I used to really like the rap artists like The Game and Kanye West, I still have some CDs of these guys. In general, I like every artist that knows how to make something which has identity, what makes it stand out in the mass of similar music. I don't like pop anymore, because they all make the same to me.
BassBias/TheJuice902 - Someone (dead or alive) that you would most want to meet and why?

Dubbacle - Mark Lawrence (Mala). I think he is one of the leading persons in the dubstep scene and I think he has much more intellect then we all know about him. I have seen a Red Bull Music Academy video of him and he just seems like a really interesting person to me.

BassBias/TheJuice902 - How do you prefer to Dj (Vinyl,CD,MIDI) and why?

Dubbacle - Actually, I don't DJ. I just produce; I have a lot of respect for the people who are able to mix two songs in each other seamlessly. I would still love to learn that someday. On the topic of cds of vinyl: I recently ordered like 5 to 6 new vinyls, most of them with old school dubstep from DMZ, Cluekid, Kromestar and Silkie.I am collecting these vinyls, I've just started doing so.I would play them when I want to hear them, on a good system. I know djs who are able to mix with vinyl, so maybe to gigs I'd bring them too.

BassBias/TheJuice902 - Any last words, shout outs or upcoming plans for Dubbacle and 2012?

Dubbacle - 2012 has to become the year that the quality of my sounds get even better, so that I can even better get my ideas into the records. Being signed somewhere would be a real honor, but its not the main goal. I just love the fact when someone goes out of their mind on one of my tracks. It gives me some satisfaction and in some way it feels good to be able to move people in such a way. Dubstep is about good vibes, and I want to keep that spirit alive. Oh I want to thank all the people who are listening to your show, and are enjoying the music, even if it's not my music. You deserve good music.

Monday, February 20, 2012

BassBias Birthday Bash was a success, and a HUGE one

Such an amazing night, thanks to everyone who came out and supported the show and cause. You guys truly blew our expectations, couldn't have been happier with the turn-out. Definitely got a sequel lined up, more info to come :)

Sunday, February 12, 2012

LaserSquid on tonights show!

The LaserSquid crew will be joinin us in the studio tonight! got a BassBias DnB debut-exclusive (HustleBunnies) from Halifax producer Jonbob!! on the decks we got Acid Reflex, JonBob, Retroid, TheJuice and DarkMattr, gonna be a mixed bag tonight! Tune in tonight 9pm-12am on CKDU 88.1fm or online at

Friday, February 10, 2012

The fight is far from over! Stop internet Lockdown (Petition Below)

"Massive media conglomerates are lobbying the government to create shadowy legislation: an Internet lock-down, where Internet users are cut off for no good reason, where vast swaths of the Internet are removed or hidden from view, and where users are locked out of their own services.

A similar scheme in the US led to a huge public outcry forcing Big Media lobbyists to back off from their plan to impose the now-infamous SOPA and PIPA1 legislation.Now, those lobbyists are turning to Canada through legislation like Bill C-11 and trade agreements called ACTA2 and TPP3.

Internet law expert Michael Geist recently revealed that behind-the-scenes, Big Media is pushing for powers that include website blocking4, Internet termination for people that threaten their business interests5, and huge threats for sites that host user-generated content (like YouTube)6 in addition to the digital locks7 already in the Bill."

Sign The Petition -

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

The beautiful, and often dismissed side of Dubstep

These guys are the definition of well-rounded, whether it's a dark dance-floor smasher or a melodic master piece, they got you covered. This one however is definitely not a face melter, just lay back and enjoy....Kryptic Minds, big tings coming in 2012!

Sunday, January 29, 2012


After some transmitter issues 88.1FM is back up and running. Tune in tonight to BassBias Radio, 4 dj's 4 decks and a whole world of bass. Retroid, TheJuice, Doc Brown and Dark Mattr spinnin 9pm-12am. Tune in at CKDU 88.1 or online at

DJ BuckBanger coming in for next weeks show!!

Bill C-11, our SOPA, our internet, our freedom of speech and our rights....

There is a dangerous bill beging purposed in Canada that in a lot of ways, is actually worst than SOPA. 

"Potential criminals? With severe fines? for the following actions that many of the current generation of computer literate consumers do:

- Copying a song off a CD that you have purchased to your iPod or cell phone to listen to on your commute to work?

- Copying a movie off a DVD or Blu-Ray that you have purchased to your cellphone or tablet to watch while waiting in line at the cash register?

- Copying a CD, DVD or Blu-Ray disc that you have purchased in order to prevent your young children from scratching the original disc? (something I'm sure that has happen to many a parent including this one)"

We have to let our government and officials know that our freedom is important to us and we will not stand by as our rights get stripped away!

Sign the Petition here -

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Retroids BassBias Birthday Show!

Retroid's Bass Bias Birthday show TONIGHT (9pm-12am)!!! he's layin down a special 1 hour set, gonna be an absolute killer!!! Doc Brown, Dark Mattr and TheJuice are on after that with the low and dank bringin you till 12.

Tune in at CKDU 88.1 FM or online at

Thursday, January 19, 2012


Obama publicly speaks out against SOPA, than Megaupload gets snagged by the's kinda like Peter Kelly offering a public space to protestors than sending the RCMP in....dangerous trends in politics these days.

If you don't know what SOPA is, I suggest you give it a search on Google, knowing is acting. Our freedom is in constant jeopardy, yet in the end; our voice is loud and we have the numbers...

Happy Birthday Retroid!!!!

Retroid's Birthday Bass this Sunday!!!! Retroid's taking on a special 1 hour set, expect some killer tunes and a whole lotta deep, dark and melodic bass...Bass Bias Residents Dark Mattr, Doc Brown and TheJuice are also in the house, gonna be a good night filled with good vibes and low frequency craziness...what more could you ask for?

Tune in Sunday Night 9pm-12am on CKDU 88.1 FM or online at

Thursday, January 12, 2012

SOPA threatens our voices and our freedom

SOPA is a name that is gaining steam and creating a lot of anger across the globe, it's basically the blueprint for a literal dictatorship of the internet. SOPA would give control over the american people in terms of what they are "allowed" to view, this is a direct stab at both freedom and basic human rights. It also means that they can shut down or "block" a site without any evidence, very reminiscent of the internet situation in China. More info can be found below as well as a petition that I would advise all to sign, over 1,000,000 signatures already.

Wiki -

Petition -

Some mega companies that are publicly against the bill (list growing) -