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Studio Nine Happenings

Featuring dj Sueme - Japan direct (Subhead, . com, Growth )

Agent99 + Shadowgirl + Genocyber, Funpoison :Karnage.

The Crew are back for the seventh degenerate installment in the Fun Poison series with extra special guest dj Sueme jetsetting over from Japan especially for this gig.

The past 6 Fun Poison parties kicked ass. :Karnage will be no exception. Guaranteed mind mashing madcap fun on the floor.

dj Sueme (aka Phil Wells) started the Growth club ("The London Underground" as the UK press called it) In June 94. Growth hosted The Future Sound of London, Space dj's, Cristian Vogel, Si Begg, Neil Landstrumm, Tim Taylor, dj Hyperactive (and he was!) Robert Armani, Adam Beyer, The Advent (who played in his apartment) and Subhead.

Most of these parties took place in hard to find warehouses around London, except the most talked about one onboard a Russian nuclear submarine with Claude Young, Si Begg and Subhead!

With his pal Jason Leach, Phil started the Subhead label in June 95 which is on it's 17th release and still "HaViNg iT"! There's also the new "Arucknophobia" ep out now, and an the "Neon Rocker" album out on Tresor this September.

Before hitting Wellington, Phil was Ruckin-it at the Tresor club in Berlin. By coincidence, labelmate Jason Leach tore up the floor at FP006 in Brighton alongside our own Larry B.

Cya There! The Fun Poison Crew

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