- Furney & Tayla – You Must Stand Still
- Eveson – Tricks
- SpectraSoul – Peninsula
- Nutone, Commix & Logictics – Coffee
- Break – Jungle Step
- Total Science – Fantazia
Subwave – Think
- Nutone – Balaclave
- Break – Last Chance
- Nutone & Logistics – Trademark
- Zero T – The Original R
- Break – All Around
- Break – Groundwork 2007
- Spor – Stop it
- Upbeats & Noisia – Creep Out
Break – Chaos Theory
- Phace & Misanthrop – Fortune
- Fierce, Break & Nico -Draw
- Peshey – Dont think about me
- Break – Symmetrics
- Friction & K Tee – Shogun Nightmare
Vapour – ???? (36th Chamber)
- Break – Food For thought
- The Upbeats – Masked Warrior
- Ed Rush & Optical – Pacman (Upbeats Rmx)
- Xample – The Experiment
- Distorted Minds & Hazard – Ho Bass
DJ Wash (Kongkretebass, Hong Kong)
Drum N Bass DJ/ Producer/ Promoter
In more than 7 years of DJing, DJ Wash has developed his skills on the turntables in numerous performances throughout Asia as well as on the international stage, playing sets along high-profile DJs such as Friction, Break, Shimon, Big Bud, Chris Su & Jade, to name a few.
DJ Wash convinces the crowds with dynamic sets, tight mixing skills and a refreshing spectrum of styles. Not a surprise, that since his arrival in Hong Kong 3 years ago, he has been headlining many of the city’s major Drum & Bass nights in addition to international guest performances in Thailand (Bangkok), China (Chengdu, Shanghai) & Germany (Dresden).
As an avid producer, DJ Wash continues to push his studio work with productions and remix projects of his own deep, dark, tech-style sounds.
His tracks are featured on Channel Vâ€™s opener for the â€œAMP” (Asia) show, and also on the album â€œBrant Rockâ€ in a remix project for progressive/experimental band â€œ100câ€ (Czech Republic), released in April 2008. More of DJ Wash’s music can be heard in some of the podcast episodes on Kongkast.
With a respectable history of events promotions and deejaying, DJ Wash has undoubtedly established himself as a prolific figure in the top of the Drum & Bass scene within S.E.Asia.
The passion for Drum & Bass began for DJ Wash in the late 1990s when living in Sydney, Australia. He took to deejaying in the year 2000 with breaks, hip hop and later dnb and soon found himself playing alongside respected crews Airbourne/Momentum and in 2003 hosting Dj Friction and Breakage with is newly co-founded promotions crew Basics. DJ then started hosting his own Internet radio show for UK-based Drum and Bass website Planetdnb.com (2004-2006).
In late 2005, DJ Wash relocated back to his roots in cosmopolitan Hong Kong, and quickly connected with the small Drum & Bass scene there. He became resident DJ for a newly-founded local crew, supporting promotions, bookings and headlining for their liquid dnb nights at local clubs and bars (V13, Yumla, Lost, now defunct: Loft9, Bling & Ruums) until mid 2006.
The same year saw a change in the Drum and Bass scene in Hong Kong with the departure of DJ Wash from his initial crew. With fresh ideas and a professional outlook on the local scene, DJ Wash alongside partner Electronic Mistress joined forces for the own creation â€œKongkretebassâ€.
Since then Kongkretebass has played an integral part in the Drum and Bass scene in Hong Kong and Asia. A name which is pushing the limits and boundaries in every angle possible; with website, events promotions of international/regional/local artists, as well as a weekly podcast (Kongkast).
The recent coverage of KONGKAST on BBC Radio 1â€™s Drum and Bass show with Fabio â€“ as ‘Podcast of the week’ (05/2008) and also in Knowledge Magazine as ‘Podcast of the month’ (Issue#102, 09/2008), has elevated Kongkretebass into the international stages.
Support to International DJs: Friction, Break, Nu-Tone, Suv, A-Sides, Sonic, Stress Level, Big Bud, Shimon, Chris.Su, Jade, Spectrasoul, Robot Death Squad
As well as: A.L.F, Ritual, Airbourne Crew, Shawn Livewire, DJ Dragon, Foreign Dub, DMZ, Vortex, Siesta, Zul, Kain, Mael, Drunk Munk, Deville