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Ritual Irie Cartel PresentsLos Angeles with Helicopter ShowdownFeaturing Helicopter Showdown Dumbsteppaz AAA TasoSafe Downtown Neighborhood,No Dress Code*Multiple Bars Open*Outdoor Smoking Patio Where Drinks Are Allowed*Drink Specials*Lots Of Parking*Free Water Available*Big Dance FloorHelicopter ShowdownThe four person Bay Area production force known as Helicopter Showdown has earned the reputation in the underground bass music culture as Wu Tang of Dubstep. These West coast bass monsters have been turning heads and crashing parties worldwide with their unique blend of heavy dubstep and melodic electro house. Having dominated the Bay Area bass music scene over the past year, HS has been called out of their homeland to perform and curate events all over the country in cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York, Baltimore, Denver, Philadelphia, Seattle, Houston, Detroit, and Las Vegas to name a few. Supported by such highly respected artists as Rusko, Borgore, Mt. Eden, Calvertron, Skism, Downlink, and Reid Speed amongst others, their music is quickly being recognized everywhere from the most distinguished UK dubstep pioneers to the smaller pockets of bassheads in middle USA.In the last year, after teaming up with close friend, collaborator, and UltraGore label mate/owner Sluggo, the HS crew smashed their way onto the Beatport charts with their debut release The Wrestler [Ultragore], followed by Hostages [Ultragore] and most recently Holy Ghost [Play Me] feat. MC Messinian. Recently HS has become even more of a household name in the Beatport Dubstep charts, planting themselves firm within the top 20 with their latest release Drop It Again with Calvertron off the Flight or Fight EP [Play Me]. They are currently finishing up their next Ultragore EP with Sluggo featuring the fresh vocal talents of Bryan Dallas and Young Aunde, and have a laundry list of collaborations in store that will make 2012 a marquee year for them.