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BF Easter Special

Sunday 31 March 2002

Studionine

Join us as we ressurect the Sunday Session for a one off Easter mash up. Special guests are 2 of New Zealands most prolific and respected drum and bass producers, DJ Pots and Pylonz representing Cyanide and Fabel respectively. Coming together from different ends of the country to represent the sound that is Aotearoa drum and bass. Combine this with sets from the up and coming DJ Basix, the Conspiracy and a back2back session from Nikal and Sal you have yourself one surefire rinse out.

11pm to late

$10 on the door

feat.

11 - 12.30 BASIX

12.30 - 1.30 CONSPIRACY

1.30 - 2.30 PYLONZ (fABEL/chch)

2.30 - 4.00 POTS (CYANIDE/ak)

4.00 - close SAL b2b NIKAL

check www.cyanide-recordings.com www.fabel.com

coming soon www.bassfrontiers.co.nz


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