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Zed Bias Returns From Year-Long DJ Retirement

After an extended absence from live performances, UK DJ/producer Zed Bias announced his return with an upcoming four-person stage show at London's superclub Ministry of Sound. The drum and bass, breaks, and dubstep veteran became instrumental to the FWD>> parties and responsible for the first wave of dubstep in the early 2000's. He retired on New Years Eve of 2013 after announcing plans to do so earlier in the same year. The producer reportedly spent most of his time away in the studio working on Boss, the first album on his new label, Swamp81

“I’ll perform the very first Zed Bias Presents Boss live show at Ministry with my two new bandmates, Klose One and Clause Fuss, with MC Trigga on vocals” Bias says. “The show will be a live interpretation of my Boss LP on Swamp81. We will be playing and sequencing analog synths and drum machines totally live, with samples from the album being triggered live by Klose on Serato.” On the same night, James Zabiela, Pedestrian and Drums of Death will also be playing sets in The Box at Ministry of Sound.

Listen to Zed Bias' set below: 

Written by John Cameron. 

Cover Photo Credit: Theo Cottle

[H/T: Fact Mag]

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