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xKore & Falinox North American tour | Dubstep & DnB

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xKore & Falinox North American tour | Dubstep & DnB

[b]FaceBook | YouTube[/b]
http://www.facebook.com/xKoreOfficial | http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=xkore&aq=f&aql=t

http://www.facebook.com/falinox | http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=falinox&aq=f&aql=f

[b]Cyber Groove AM Profile:[/b]


[b]Press Kit[/b]


November 7th - November 28th 2011


[b]xKore [/b]

xKore (Matt Cavender) is an 18 year old dubstep/drumstep producer based in Kent, in the South-East of the UK.

He first started out around 4 years ago producing house and progressive trance. However his style eventually evolved into what it is today, a blend of dubstep, drumstep, electro, drum and bass aswell as other styles of bass music.

House and trance acts such as Signalrunners, Spencer & Hill and Klaas were some of his early influences, and what got him into electronic dance music. Through experimentation and influence from popular bands such as Pendulum and Noisia, xKore developed a more bass orientated style.

Stylistically, xKore likes to have influences that are outside of EDM, such as Yoko Kanno and Harry Gregson-Williams. He views film and game soundtracks as a great source of inspiration.

His setup is mostly software based. He uses FL Studio 10 as a DAW and NI Massive, NI Kontakt and 3xOsc as his main tools of production.

xKore is being seen as an up and coming talent within the dubstep community, being supported by artists such as Skream, Benga, Borgore, Dodge and Fuski, Tomba and many others.

His music is available on all good online mp3 stores, being released via the labels Cognition and GAWA Recordings.


Chicago’s own and new comer on Lifted Music, this man is making major moves with his unique sound and approach to drum and bass.

His forthcoming release out on Lifted Music “Drift Out”, and “World’s Collide” has been getting major world wide attention and support. Stay Tuned!

Keep it close to
http://www.cybergrooveam.com for new additions and tours!!

North American/International Roster
Drum and Bass/Breaks/DubStep
6Blocc w/ Prolific | Axiom | C.A.B.L.E. | Cain.1 | Cast the Sky | Disaszt |
Dylan | Edward Oberon | ENDBOSS | Falinox | Fourward | Futurebound | Gremlinz |
Gridlok | High Maintenance | Jade | Kryteria | Matrix | Maztek | NC-17 | Optiv
(C4C)| Prolific | Prolix | Q-Bik | Q-Project | Robyn Chaos | Rupture | Seraph |
Soappy | [email protected] | Task Horizon | Total Science | The Vangarde | Wickaman | XKore
|Yellow Fever


Aero | Dre | Scoop | Seeka MC | MC Tali | Youthstar

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