Scratch & Bass Vol.2! Feat. Pat Nasty, Dshooks, The Mfj & More

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Seattle Bass Music w/ SOMA Events presents Scratch & Bass vol. 2!

Scratch and Bass is a series of events that will feature all styles of bass music with a turntablist twist to it. DJs will be scratching, beat juggling & more to all your favorite DnB, Trap, Glitch, Dubstep, & Future Bass tunes.

Blue Room: Scratch & Bass!

Pat Nasty(Movin 92.5, Mint)
Dshooks(Reload Saturdays, Mint, Juicy Fridays)
& More!

Card Room: Hip Hop
The_MFJ(Scratch & Bass, Seattle Bass Music)

Main Room: Beer Pong w/ Top 40 - Hip-Hop - EDM
MoobeK (formerly DJ Yup)



PAT NASTY is a true open format DJ, known for his ability to seamlessly switch between sounds, genres, crowds and venues. Using his expert song selection and mixing skills; his driving force while performing is to create a party vibe that captivates and compels his audience to dance and have a great time.

PAT NASTY is a founding member of 'The Good Guys' crew and is also a DJ for Seattle radio station 'MOViN 92.5'. He's been DJing since 2008, and his style is heavily influenced by his roots in hip hop and turntablism. PAT NASTY currently holds residencies at popular Seattle clubs such as Q, Trinity, The Baltic Room, and Stage.

In late 2000 at the young age of 16 Javier Rodriguez started working with music in Seattle. Throughout the years he has worked with crews such as, 360BPM, Obese Productions, Kaos Theory, USC, UTN, Onset, Trinity. His first experience with working with music was being a junior in high school and throwing shows at the spot and a weekly at The Ballard Fire House. Then he started helping out the world known company 360BPM, 360BPM is the company that laid the foundation of the Seattle Drum and Bass scene. Since 2001 till infinity he has been a big part of marketing and merchandise for them. From 2005-2008 he represented a Hip Hop company called Obese Productions by being the point man for merchandise booths inquiries at all shows, including running the Obese booth and other roles. During that time period Obese Productions would throw 6-10 shows a month. Shows would range from small shows to shows as big as Redman & Method Man, Atmosphere, Aesop Rock, Hieroglyphics, Blackalicous and much more. From 2005-2013 he became a huge part in a website called SeattleDnB had about 28,000 registered members with many more viewers from across the globe. With his time with the website he would book the Events and handle Public Relations. In 2009 Javier started taking his DJ career serious and started off playing drum and bass music. Once playing out he quickly gained notoriety under the moniker The_MFJ and would headline nights like DnB Tuesdays, Free.BASS Thursdays at Trinity Nightclub, and More. In 2012 Javier started a long break from playing out bass music to pursue a career as an open format DJ by playing Top 40 Clubs, Lounges, Weddings and Corporate Parties.
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By: Seattle Bass Music

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