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Doctor P | Funtcase | Cookie Monsta
:: Fri, Nov 24 ::

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    Friday November 24th!

    Circus Recordings co-founder, Doctor P returns and brings Funtcase and Cookie Monsta with him!

    Door admission is $20. Advance tickets are STRONGLY encouraged and available at https://goo.gl/QHPbao

    RSVP for free cover before 11pm. Early Arrival is STRONGLY encouraged.

    Any true fan of electronic music should instantly recognize Doctor P as one of the original godfathers of modern bass-driven music. A true music lover at heart, Doctor P, aka Shaun Brockhurst, has had an intense love of music since he was just a teenager jamming with his friends on drums and guitar. Doctor P is what you might label as a triple threat as his talent can be found in the roles he effortlessly balances as a musician, producer, and DJ’s He also founded Circus Records with long time friend Flux Pavilion.

    FuntCase aka James Hazell is a producer and DJ from Bournemouth, UK. He is known for his raw and dirty sound, forging the way with his controversial ‘filthy’ style. “FuntCase produces sensory overload bass music that wobbles, womps and machine guns through your body, making you dance whether you want to or not.”

    Known for his infectious, minimal, woofer-pumping brand of dubstep, Nottingham, U.K. producer Tony Cook became Cookie Monsta in 2008. He began messing around with music by programming songs on the Playstation video game Music 2000 (known as MTV Music Generator in the United States), and while he would toy around with the idea of making tunes for the next few years, it was hearing the bright melodies and speaker-ruining bass of artists like Rusko that influenced him to push it harder. In 2008, he took the name Cookie Monsta and unleashed the mixtape Maryland Chocolate Chip Mix, which featured hard beats, low bass, and clever titles like “Ginger Pubes” and “Stinky Ferret.” The songs “I Know Jujitsu,” “Blurgh!,” and “Fixed Penalty! I Was Like Rah!” appeared on his 2009 mixtape Wheres My Cookie…?, and in 2010 fellow producer Flux Pavilionwould help influence the rising Cookie Monsta to sign with Circus Records. The label would release his Riot! EP in 2012, with the single “Yow Momma” following in 2013.