UKF Presents US Launch Party at Hammerstein Feat. Chase & Status, Borgore + More

By on October 28, 2012

Following the success of a massive 35 date sell out North American tour with Gemini and Koan Sound at the start of the year, UKF are delighted to announce their first stand alone show at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City on Saturday December 1. With an all star line up including Chase & Status (DJ Set), Borgore, Gemini, Delta Heavy, Bare Noize, Dirtyphonics (DJ Set), Xilent, and Alex English, this show will mark the launch of UKF and its new business venture in New York. 


Chase & Status aka Will Kennard and Saul Milton are multi award winning, platinum record selling producers, writers and musicians in their own right. The duo, who count Jay Z and Snoop Dogg as fans, as well as drum and bass’ finest Andy C, Hype and Pendulum; enjoy heavy rotation in the hands of dubstep royalty such as N- Type and Skream; and have each release enthusiastically supported by Radio 1 tastemakers Annie Mac and Zane Lowe. Chase & Status became one of the biggest selling artists in the UK in 2011 selling over 1 million singles in the UK alone, and their album No More Idols did not leave the top 40 for 35 weeks and has now achieved double platinum status.


Asaf Borger aka Borgore, has unquestionably become a household name for those who follow the ever growing dubstep sound. Music has always been the biggest aspect of his life. Whether it was playing the piano when he was just three years old or graduating from one of the best youth programs in the world as a saxophone major, playing the drums for a deathmetal band or MC’ing alongside Tomba on their live beatbox group, (which later into their dubstep group, Amp) Borgore has dipped his toes into many areas of music.
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UKF brings bass music lovers across the globe their fix of the latest tracks, music videos, interviews, events and much more, from the hottest up and coming artists right up to the biggest names in the scene.
UKF was established by Luke Hood in 2009 as a way to celebrate and showcase the very best of bass music and unite its loyal fans. Little did he know just how much of a phenomenon it would become. Today it has long since exceeded its two dedicated bass channels (UKF Dubstep and UKF Drum & Bass) to include three other channels showcasing all manner of electronic flavors.
With a solid global subscriber base of millions, plus two million Facebook fans and tens of thousands of Twitter followers, UKF is the first site of its kind to amass over a billion views across its network. Feeding bass addicts with the latest tracks, videos, interviews and event news from the most exciting up and coming artists right up to the biggest names in the scene, UKF is a one-stop-shop for all things bass… and beyond!
For more information on UKF, visit http://www.ukfmusic.com/
For more information on: Xilent, Dirtyphonics, Bare Noize, Delta Heavy, press packs can be downloaded from their artist profiles on the Circle website: 

http://www.circletalentagency.com/roster.php


Manhattan Center is located centrally in mid-town Manhattan at 311 West 34th Street, with prime access to all transportation, and is comprised of the following:
Hammerstein Ballroom: with a concert capacity of 3,500, Hammerstein Ballroom combines a magnificent, century old former opera house with fully integrated 21st century media and entertainment production technology. One of New York’s most elegant and versatile special event destinations, Hammerstein Ballroom is the venue of choice for corporate event planners, producers, and show promoters. 
Grand Ballroom: with a concert capacity of 1,200, Grand Ballroom integrates elegance and grandeur with a state-of-the-art concert sound system. Located 7 floors directly above Hammerstein Ballroom, Grand Ballroom is a luxuriously appointed ballroom perfect for banquets, award shows, benefits, television productions, product launches, receptions, and fashion shows.
Recording Studios: Manhattan Center has operated two world-class recording studios since the early1990s. Studio 4 is affectionately called “The Log Cabin” by the many producers, engineers, composers, and musician who call it home. Studio 7 is a superb control room connected to Grand Ballroom, where countless orchestral film scores, classical recordings, and performances have been immortalized.

Television Studios: Television Studios at Manhattan Center are fully HD. The two principal studios (TV1 and TV2) easily accommodate both stage and studio audiences.TV1 and TV2 are self-contained studios complete with private lobbies, green rooms, dressing rooms, hair and make-up facilities, turnkey production offices, adjacent editing suites, and production support spaces.



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Author: DaveHHM

Dave Luttrull: Owner/Editor in Chief of Hellhound Music. Star Wars nerd, Gamer, Destiny homer, blogger, writer and lover of all things music.

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