After some serious hard work from our team who have been busy writing content and slicing and dicing code, we are stoked to be launching our official website! We hope to offer you informative, rich content on things we feel are important, intriguing and inspirational to the electronic music dance culture through the use of our blog and knowledge base. + more input
The squad is extremely grateful to the folks over at vitmainwater for sponsoring us and fueling our mission to showcase and teach individuals applicable dance theory at electronic dance music events. + more input
Here's a little mix put together by yours truly. It is a small preview of some of the music I’ve been tuned into these days :) A lot of the tracks are available on Bandcamp from a couple of compilations that I picked up. The rest of the tracks are just a bunch of randoms I snagged from various channels on youtube over the last couple of months and even some I had from when I first started digging for dub. + more input
I started listening to dubstep only a little over 2 years ago. I couldn’t quite get into it at first, the tempo through me off and the few times I heard it live, I wasn't feeling the MC overpowering the track which killed my groove. After that I admittedly didnt give it a real chance for a while.
Once I discovered a deep tracks by artists like Mala, Ruckspin, and even some early Rusko I then realized... ... + more input
On September 16th and 17th the Dark Matter Squad teams up with B.A.D.A.S.S. RAVES to showcase and teach Liquid, Digitz and other knowledgeable urban dance styles to all those attending the 2011 Big Dub Candy Mountain Festival in Artemas, PA. In addition to showcasing and rocking circles all weekend long, the squad will be teaching a workshop at 3pm Saturday afternoon. + more input