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When:

Fri 9 Nov 2012, 10:00pm–4:00am

Where: Chinese Laundry, 111 Sussex Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: bonez99er

Friday 9th November is set to be another steamy, sweaty, bass-pumping sex party, headed up by none other than our Bass Mafia residents Doctor Werewolf!

Doctor Werewolf are one of the biggest names in the Australian scene, with their recent Wolfzilla EP impressively recently topping the electro, dubstep and DnB charts on Beatport. Their energetic shows at Chinese Laundry are a highlight of our monthly calendar and always pack out (wolf pun intentional). Catch them this friday along with our international guest, Parisien producer Siass in the Laundry, and a DnB Cave headed up by Med School star Royalston.

Full Lineup:

Doctor Werewolf
Royalston
Siass (FRA)
Linken
Black Male
Brown Bear
Dj Celsius
Taylor Wolf

Ask a fan how they’d describe a Doctor Werewolf show and you’ll usually get the same response - Bass. Loud, shouty, obnoxious bass. It’s this fusion of electronic chaos, blistering synths and crashing drums that has given rise to the unstoppable party beast comprised of Adam Zae and Andrew Bell. With classic musical roots, as well as a complete disregard for genre, their blend of all things boom has grabbed the scene’s attention by the throat and isn’t about to let go.

Regularly blowing the roof off Chinese Laundry, Brisbane’s Family and the Clubhouse in Canberra, Doctor Werewolf have made it abundantly clear they’re here to stay, bitches. Whether it’s headlining shows or supporting massive names like Nero, Chase & Status and Rusko (to name but three of many), the Doctor Werewolf club show is a cacophony of bassline chaos, screeching leads, breakneck rapping and surging wub wubs. But it’s when they take the noise outside, at festivals such as Parklfe, Stereosonic, Creamfields, Foreshore, and Field Day, that all bets are off - as the Werewolf bass train hurtles inexorably towards ‘Holy Shit’ central.

Refusing to conform or be defined by labels, Doctor Werewolf’s penchant for the weird and wonderful is downright notorious. Their erratic studio productions don’t just ignore the rulebook - they chew it up, spit it out and set it on fire. Want proof? How about the ridiculousness of Trololo? With over a quarter of a million plays on YouTube, as well as support from Knife Party, the Werewolf reinterpretation of the infamous Trololo Man needs to be heard to be believed. No? Try their recent genre-bending single, LaserCat Rocket Attack, which has massive support from heavy hitters such as Dodge & Fuski, TJR and Far Too Loud. Whether it’s releasing on big time labels such as EMI and Minstry of Sound, or underground labels like Klub Kids and Top Billin’, one thing is certain: everyone wants a Doctor Werewolf banger.

On official remix runs for Coolio, Wiley, Krafty Kuts, Switch and even Australian pop goddess Ricki-Lee, Doctor Werewolf’s versatility in the studio is legendary as artists worldwide reach out with remix requests. Their chart success speaks for itself - their new EP, Wolfzilla, simultaneously sitting in the Top 20 of the Beatport Dubstep, Electro House and Drum & Bass release charts within days of release. Not enough? There’s also the small matter of knocking both David Guetta and Skrillex off the top of the iTunes Dance Album charts with their MOS Sound of Dubstep Vol. 3 compilation.

Between studio sessions, you’ll find the boys rocking the tits off a club near you. With no two sets ever the same, their unique blend of bass tunes, turntablism, rapping and even a bit of CDJ trombone (don’t ask) ensures that underpants will be thrown, sweat will be dripping, drinks will be spilt and party will be had!