Artist Location: Christchurch, New Zealand & Melbourne, Australia.
Music Genre: Dubstep.
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Originally started by long-time Drum’n’Bass producer Mysterious D and UK’s Dj Chewie in early 2008, Joint Forces quickly caught the eye of the international Dubstep community with their dancefloor orientated, bass driven, distinctive sounding beats. With an emphasis placed on the more hyper side of Dubstep, it wasn’t long before record label offers started to come in. In a matter of months of finishing their first round of tunes, Joint Forces had signed to four different labels from the UK, USA and Germany. Soon after that came the one like Soul Provider, and Joint Forces as it is now was formed.
In October 2008, Joint Forces released their first two tracks, “Turn Me Up” and “Nimbus Daze”, on Stupid Fly Records (USA) and charted in the top three for a number of weeks, later that year, Joint Forces released their second round of tracks, with the much awaited “Yes Man” and “Joe Grizzly” on Abducted Dub Records (USA).
In January 2009, their track “Sasquatch” was released on Dub Frequency Recordings (UK) following this the German label Dubstep Division Recordings released the Joint Forces remix of the Don Goliath & Daddy Freddy classic “When We Play” as well as the Joint Forces remix of “Jah Come Right Now”, also by Don Goliath.
In June 2009 Stupid Fly Records released the hugely popular Joint Forces remix of the Dash EXP track “Dried Up”.
Joint Forces tracks are being played out by heavyweight Dj’s in the Dubstep scene including Babylon System, DZ, TRG, Skrewface and many more as well as getting radio play on stations such as SubFM (UK), RinseFM (UK) and on the highly rated Dubstepers Delight show on SensiFM in Sweden.
With new vinyl releases coming out and signings to Subway records, Joint Forces are set to take the Dubstep scene by storm, both here in NZ and overseas.