You know Calculon. His gargantuan beats have been destroying dancefloors for a decade, pushing the envelope at jungle, juke and hardcore parties around the globe. Classic tracks like “Cucaracha,” “Back the Fuck Up,” and his most-recent stormer “Larchmont” have been cained on BBC Radio 1 and by dance music dons like Fracture, Om Unit, Toddla T and Digital, while his labels Rubik and Shoot Recordings are continually lauded on sites like XLR8R, Highonbeats and Doandroidsdance as the cutting edge of uptempo sounds. Shit, he’s rocked from Smartbar Chicago to Fabric in London, once played a vicious keytar solo live with Dam Funk and is banned from a fair percentage of backstage greenrooms.
But who is Calculon really? How did this handsome California lad become such a motherfucking behemoth of bassmusic murder? Why do A-list producers like Chrissy Murderbot, Sinistarr and Pawn line up to work with dude? And where in the hell is he taking dancefloors next? Let’s be straight: you may think you know Calculon, but you haven’t seen nothing yet.