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'The Sound Of Movement 2003'


'The Sound Of Movement 2003'

BASS FRONTIERS presents 'THE SOUND OF MOVEMENT 2003' EASTER WEEKEND SUNDAY SESSION

featuring BRYAN GEE (V RECORDINGS / MOVEMENT) MC DARRISON (FULL CYCLE / MOVEMENT RESIDENT MC)

SUNDAY APRIL 20 (EASTER WEEKEND) 10PM R18

Visionary, veteran Drum n Bass soldier, and the man that discovered Roni Size and DJ Marky, Bryan Gee returns to Wellington for his 4th NZ visit in support of his recently released 'Sound Of Movement' Mix CD. If you are searching for a way to end your Easter Weekend on a high note, look no further than this night! The fathomless cauldron of funk that this V Recordings head honcho will be carrying with him on tour is the perfect recipe for maximum dancefloor detonation. Adding to the flavour of this years tour is Movement resident MC and studio collaborator for the likes of Full Cycle, Virus and many more to come - MC Darrison. A fresh, multi talented MC coupled with the explosive rhythmic attack only Bryan Gee can compile and there isn't any way you can refuse the magnetic vibe that the 'Sound Of Movement 2003' will bring!!

Local Support - CONSPIRACY, DJ MOSUS (Scientific/CHCH) Ninebar - VEE and Guests

PRE-SALES - $40.00 (PLUS BOOKING FEE) FROM FLIPSIDE, COSMIC CORNER, & REAL GROOVY

'Sound Of Movement' (MOVCD3) CD mixed by Bryan Gee available in all good record stores through Subtronix Distribution / Rhythm Method.

Also still available ; MOVCD1 - 'Perpetual Drum n Bass Motion' mixed by Bryan Gee & Ray Keith MOVCD2 - 'The Brazilian Job' mixed by DJ Marky

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