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S-ENCE presents a PLANET E excursion

Wellington 28th Oct 2000

Common Factor (live) DJ Recloose (remix set)

with support from

Cyrus (tbc) The Navigator Zero + further guests tbc

in association with the Wellington International Jazz Festival, Matterhorn Music and Track Suite

"Exquisite extended play from new Planet E recording artists, Recloose. A barrage of multiple styles from instrumental hip hop to drum 'n' bass...with all the depth of jazz. Produced by Matt Chicoine, So This Is The Dining Room includes the influences acquired from DJ Premier to DJ Shadow. But don't dare to compare...steps beyond what you have already experienced." Five tracks, including 2 Carl Craig mixes." Forcedexpsoure.com

ŒSomewhere between the unmistakable sounds of both Chicago House and Detroit Techno, the latest Common Factor offering lends a sneak peak into the direction of this artist's proper debut album. influenced by classic 70s disco and NY-style vocal garage house tracks, Nick Callingaert teams up with veteran house vocalist John Redmond (of Braxton Holmes' 'People Everyday' fame) and the result is two fierce tracks that will send dancefloors off the hook." Forcedexpsoure.com

for more info, interviews & photos of above artists, email teth@soft.co.nz or call Lily Star on 021 2626 504

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