Q&A: Eden Krumins aka Cubist aka Dr. No
What brands are you behind and what year did they launch? Audible Level (2001), Local Lineup (2004), Wobble (2007), Colours Recordings (2011), Raw (2012), Stamper Recordings (2012)
How'd you get into it? Whilst at high school a friend came back from the UK with Adam F Colours – a seminal drum and bass album. It amazed me. And it still does to this day.
Who are your resident DJs and/or favourite touring talents? Rotating residents are Spinfx, Woz, Raider, MC Wasp, MC Moonie and of course Heartical Hi Fi Soundsystem. I’m currently enjoying artists such as Tyke, Marky, Skeptical, Break, Die and Redlight.
Who’s your crowd and what makes your parties great? Anyone who likes to lose themselves in a dark dance floor, with the biggest, baddest, deepest vibes we have on offer. It’s all powered by Melbourne's Heavyweight Soundsystem Heartical Hi Fi. Having people on the dance floor at 7am when the club lights come on and people not wanting to leave is a great feeling.
What's been the most epic party you've thrown and why? Probably Wobble’s 4th birthday. People were pulling down the ceiling.
Shameless self-promotion opportunity – what, when, where for your next party? We are lucky to have Hamilton (UK, Ram Records) headlining the Wobble 5th Birthday on Saturday September 15. Plus, as part of our themed night series Wobble presents Fright Night on Saturday August 18. I'd like to thank everyone who has been part of the Wobble family over the last five years, especially Heartical Hi Fi Soundsystem for constantly supplying the biggest sound possible for our event. Much love to everyone involved. Follow us at facebook.com/wobble.out and wobbleout.com