Trying to get property of non-object [ On /var/www/virtual/jpop.com/public_html/generatrix/model/youtubeModel.php Line 63 ]
Niskerone - JPop.com
Artist info
Niskerone

Niskerone

Niskerone


Mark Stevens better known by his DJ name Niskerone is an established and well known artist that has been dominating the South African Drum and Bass DnB circuit since 2004. Niskerone first came onto the DnB scene in 2004 , hosting and promoting monthly DnB events. His passion lead him to master the craft of DJing, gaining respect from all the key players in the industry that would pave the way in securing Niskerone's future in the DnB circuit . Read more on Last.fm
Mark Stevens better known by his DJ name Niskerone is an established and well known artist that has been dominating the South African Drum and Bass DnB circuit since 2004. Niskerone first came onto the DnB scene in 2004 , hosting and promoting monthly DnB events. His passion lead him to master the craft of DJing, gaining respect from all the key players in the industry that would pave the way in securing Niskerone's future in the DnB circuit . Niskerone was fast becoming a household DnB name with growing list of permanent residencies at leading clubs hosting DnB such as Stones, Babbaloos and Black Sheep. Niskerone combined his DJing skills with his music knowledge and started hosting a radio show on UCT Radio for two years alongside internationally acclaimed artist SFR. It was just before this time that SFR and Niskerone joined forces to create the much acclaimed DnB duo namely - Dhala Kulture.

This introduction to radio fueled Niskerone's love for live music and lead to a further year on radio hosting a show on Mutha Fm alongside South African DnB ambassadors, Counterstrike. ]In 2006 after a continuous rise in the industry, Niskerone created a weekly DnB event at one of Cape Town's most popular clubs, Fiction DJ Bar. With a weekly residency and an expanding fan base, Niskerone has played alongside some of DnB’s most internationally acclaimed artists such as Pascal, Counterstrike, Break, Temper D and TKO & Miss Wendy among others. This was also the platform were Niskerone constructed a dynamic vocal DnB act teaming up with Natalia Segerman a talented, young emerging Cape Town singer/songwriter. Niskerone has played at some of the biggest events in South Africa such as Obz Festival, New Years Revolutions, Vortex, Oppikoppi, Lucky Fish Festival, The Long Street Festival, Earthdance and regular appearances at Homegrown. Internationally, Niskerone has toured in Germany, Sweden and Spain, playing at some of Europe’s best regarded clubs. Niskerone's influences derive from internationally well known artist such as Pendulum, Noisia and High Contrast.

It is due to this that one could describe Niskerone’s style as a mixture of Liquid to Jump Up to Neurofunk. The sound that emerges from the speakers when Niskerone is in the driving seat has been described as "a bowl of deep, pulsating subs mixed with fast two step rhythms and topped with subtle hints of dub, electro, jazz and funk" MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/niskerone/ Niskerone's Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=-3&id=845895651#/pages/Niskerone/7433154962?ref=ts Profile on Reverbnation: http://www.reverbnation.com/niskerone# Record Label: Dhala Kulture - It Came From The Jungle! Booking Agent: bookings [at] itcamefromthejungle [dot] com Press Contact: mark [at] itcamefromthejungle [dot] com Artists We Also Like: Marky, Pendulum, Zinc, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Lomax, SFR, Counterstrike, Shimon, Sparfunk, Danny Wheeler, TKO, Logistics, High Contrast, Mistabishi, Danny Byrd, Subfocus, Chris.Su, Icicle & Nymfo, Survival, Fresh, Electrosoul System, Andy C, Friction Influences: Drum & Bass, Dubstep, Nu Skool Breaks, Hip Hop, Techno, Electronica. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
Top Albums

show me more

showing 4 out of 20 albums
Shoutbox
No Comment for this Artist found
Leave a comment


Comments From Around The Web
No blog found
Flickr Images
No images
Related videos
No video found
Tweets
No blogs found