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East London’s dubstep scene queen Rosa Maria (aka Nikanika) is the photographer and graphic designer behind the club night Radical in Amsterdam and in her new show for London Fields Radio, she combines these two interests, fuelled by a hefty dose of coffee. Expect interviews with DJs, promoters, designers, illustrators and producers from within the UK and Dutch bass scenes, as well as juicy cuts of fresh low frequencies.

Broadcasts from The Bass Line:

The Base Line, Vol. 5

This weeks show includes an interview with Adam Rodgers, who is one of the co-founders of the amazing Numbers record label. He is originally from Glasgow, but now he runs his own company called Remote Location located in Dalston, London, specialized in creative technology and communication design.

We talk about his work within the Numbers label, but also about his other projects including design, games, collaborations, visuals and websites with the likes of Warp, Flying Lotus, Hudson Mohawke, Sonar Festival and Rabadub. All this is accompanied with the newest tracks from his Numbers label and more.

WebLinks

http://nmbrs.net/

http://remote-location.com/

Games
http://flying-lotus.com/destroy/

http://flying-lotus.com/attack/
http://butterstargalactica.hudsonmoha…

Other
London Fields Radio
www.nikanika.com

www.twiter.com/nikanika_com

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Posted on: March 5, 2012

The Bass Line, Vol. 4

This week, a meet up with Dutch designer, illustrator and DJ Karimo, who is part of the creative collective Vage Gasten. In his old manor at one of the canals in the center of buzzing Amsterdam we had a talk about his work for well-known producers such as 16Bit, Eprom, Lorn, Swindle, Desto and music label Rwina Records. Recently he started to collaborate with BDID as Mr. Tit creating the videoclip for Swindle’s Moodswings track and the album artwork for 16Bit’s Dinosaurs. Karimo’s work is dark, sinister and full of mythical creatures and symbols.

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Posted on: November 14, 2011

The Bass Line, Vol. 3

This week’s show includes an interview with the talented Alex Johnson, better know as Vector Meldrew. He is an award winning director-designer based in London. His background lies in the music industry, touring internationally as a VJ for Headhunter and creating artwork and music videos for Tectonic, Apple Pips-Ramadanman and 2562. During the interview we talk about this and also about his work for Adidas, RWD Mag and the upcoming DECA10 exhibition this Saturday.

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Posted on: October 11, 2011

The Bass Line, Vol. 2

This week’s show features an interview with Ashes aka Delphine Ettinger. She is an illustrator and a street photographer of French origin who moved from NewYork to London in 2008. Surrounded by the city’s large music and artistic community, she was able to focus on creative projects and developed her unique line drawing style and vector graphics. She works with groundbreaking labels and club nights such as Swamp 81, Deep Medi and Hyperdub.

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Posted on: September 26, 2011

The Bass Line, Vol. 1

Dutch/UK scene queen Rosa Maria aka Nikanika is the photographer and graphic designer behind the club night Radical in Amsterdam and in her inaugural show for London Fields Radio, she combines these two interests, fuelled by a hefty dose of coffee.

Expect interviews with DJs, promoters, designers, illustrators and producers from within the UK and Dutch bass scenes, as well as juicy cuts of fresh bass music.

www.ilovekarimo.com
www.nikanika.com
www.twiter.com/nikanika_com

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Posted on: September 12, 2011