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Best Int. Drum n bass Producer arives in NZ


Best International Drum n bass Producer arives in New Zealand

Celebrating Redline's 2nd birthday we bring drum n bass Innovator Teebee to New Zealand for one night only. Not really needing any introduction, this young Norwegian just goes from strength to strength.

Voted Best International drum n bass Producer 2001 and creating a stir for his unforgettable DJ set's that run the range between dark and melodic sounds with the occasional turntablist scratch.

He also really gets involved while in the mix dancing about, pumping his fists, and transmitting an intense energy to the crowd.

His production style is well known for fusing R&B and D&B with clean techie beats and thunderous baselines.

He's become one of the major successes of the UK's forward-thinking Certificate 18 label, and has recently started his own label "Subtitles Music" with fellow Norwegian producers K (Polar) to offer a more complex and subtle alternative to the standardized sounds of the mainstream drum 'n' bass scene.

Teebee has concreted his position in the top ranks of the D&B scene - he is simply too good to be ignored.

11:00pm, Sat 26 Apr 2003, Starlight, Wellington, NZ Local Support Basix Theupbeats Conspiracy Subtrak $35 presales Flipside, Wellington

Tune in to Redline Radio 107 Firm FM Wednesday's 10-12pm for more info and giveaways

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