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Alternation 3-Year Anniversary Featuring Optiv
ALTERATION, an event dedicated to providing quality Bass Music to New York City. Drum+Bass, Dubstep, Breaks, Grime, Garage, Funky and everything in-between. Alteration makes it return to the Sullivan Room for it's 3-Year Anniversary! Featuring a member of one of the most influential groups in the Bass Music scene: OPTIV (Cause 4 Concern, Red Light Records, Virus, Renegade Hardware - UK) Also with: CLEVER (Offshore Recordings) ROCKMAN (Formation Records) NYCHAVOK (Alteration) TRUE NATURE (Reconstruct) 10PM-4AM 21+ $5 before Midnight/$8 After @ Sullivan Room 218 Sullivan St New York, NY 10012 BIOS+LINKS: OPTIV That every cause has an effect is common knowledge. For Optiv, Stuart and Mark, the cause is drum & bass, and their effect is both indelible and undeniable. Known collectively as Cause 4 Concern, the crew came together back at the start of 1999, when Optiv was affiliated with Aspect Records, and Stuart and Mark were working for Vinyl Distribution. A testament to their talent, it took only a few short months of collaborative creation before they scored their first signing – and not just to any old label – but the massive and seminal Moving Shadow. At the time they were known as nCode, but by July they had become Cause 4 Concern and started their own imprint label. The first 12” dropped that December, and secured the support of DJs Doc Scott, Fierce and Grooverider, amongst many others. Releases on respected labels Tru Playaz, Renegade Hardware, Moving Shadow and Timeless Recordings were to follow, and left little doubt that this was one crew to keep an eye on. Promoters right across the planet couldn’t help but pay attention, and consequently there aren’t many places C4C haven’t performed. Such was the success of Cause4Concern Recordings that 2001 saw the launch of sister label C4C Limited. Intended as an outlet for experimental tracks and remixes of previous C4C releases by other established artists, the imprint has so far seen input from producers Stakka & Skynet, Teebee, Matrix, Fierce and Rymetyme. By the end of the year, C4C had been nominated in the ‘Best Newcomers’ category of the Knowledge Magazine Drum & Bass Awards. Impressing their peers as well as the press, demand for their product increased, resulting in releases on renowned labels BC Presents, Metro, Quarantine and Virus. This well deserved exposure expedited their inevitable ascent through the ranks of the Drum & Bass scene. Aside from being an integral part of Cause4Concern, Optiv had also built up a large selection of solo releases and in 2003 started his own imprint label ‘Redlight Records’ . The label was very well received from the start and has included collaborations and remixes from the likes of Black Sun Empire, Concord Dawn, The Upbeats, Bulletproof, Mayhem, Psidream, Chris Su, Dose , & Rymetyme. The label continues to grow strong with the latest offering from German producer Proktah. Last year Cause4Concern returned to wreak havoc with their first full length album. Spread over five separate 12”s and followed by a double CD, Pandemic picked up right where the lads left off – the leading edge of electronic music. Now in 2010 Cause4Concern continue to release plenty of new material on their label C4C Recordings as well as securing tracks on Horizons, Cyclon & Renegade Hardware. A host of remixes are planned for their C4CLtd label from the likes of Prolix, June Miller, Stray, Raiden, Abstract Elements, Chris Octane & Dlr, and if that wasn't enough the guys are launching a new digital label which will focus on releases from established and up and coming artists, the first instalment coming from the Sect. All of the elements that made them one of the most exciting and entertaining production posses in drum ‘n’ bass remain intact, and are both refined and reinforced. CLEVER Clever discovered the sounds of drum & bass while taking a semester abroad in London. He moved to New York City two years later to work at Breakbeat Science, turning his dream of pursuing drum & bass full time into reality. Residencies at numerous events, including: Aerophobia, Push, Deluxe and Fortified, established his sound and presence in NYC. Clever's sets have stirred dancefloors in cities globally, including: London, Berlin, Toronto, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, Seattle, Boston, Portland, Washington D.C., Philadelphia and Reykjavik, Iceland. Clever currently focuses on his label, Offshore Recordings. Artists Deep Blue, Paradox, Seba, ASC, Graphic, Sileni, Martsman and Tundra, collaborations with Ohm Resistance, Klute's Commercial Suicide label, Scuba's Hotflush label and worldwide distribution through ST Holdings, forge a unique path. Knowledge Magazine, BBC Radio 1xtra, Drum & Bass Arena, BPM, XLR8R and Simon Reynolds have all recognized and praised the label's progress. ROCKMAN Ramiro A. Navarro aka Rockman •FORMATION recs U.K. •BLACK REIGN ltd recs U.S.A •PIXEL PARTY Colombia Musician/ D.J./ photo/ design (D&B/8bit/Electro/Dubstep/Rock) NYCHAVOK Nychavok (Pronounced Nigh-Cha-Vok) made his debut in the Summer of 2007. A New York City native, he has been a resident for The Secret Night of Science and Let it Roll, two of NYC's biggest Drum+Bass monthlies. He is also the founder of Alteration, a party dedicated to providing quality Bass Music to New York City. Nychavok has already played alongside the likes of Klute, Marcus Intalex, Calibre, Fabio, Makoto, Dieselboy and others. TRUE NATURE

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