Interview: Burning Up the Clubs with Jubilee, Clicks & Whistles and Rick Rude

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Scion Radio hosts Mike B and The Captain (now known as Strange VIP) from Trouble & Bass give Lloydski the lowdown on three super sweet DJs on the scene: Jubilee, Clicks & Whistles and Rick Rude. Known as “Brooklyn’s bass sweetheart,” Jubilee combines her love of underground bass with musical influence from her Miami background, releasing on such labels as Grizzly and Unknown to the Unknown and frequently collaborating with Dre Skull’s Mixpak imprint. We catch up with Boston transplant Rick Rude (now living in LA) — not the dead wrestler (and not just another pretty face), he plays some of the hottest house music around. Mixing things up, Charlotte, NC duo Clicks & Whistles have been scorching up the scene with their futuristic take on hip-hop, trap, and jungle flavors, and Lloyd chats to Petey Clicks about what it means to be from the gateway to the Dirty South.

If you like this interview, check out another cool video with fellow DJ/producer friends Dre Skull, Salva and Eli Escobar below, then download a free compilation, Sounds of New York, courtesy of Trouble & Bass and Scion AV. Hotness!

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