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Bass Junkies

Bass Junkies

For over 4 years now, time and time again Bass Frontiers has supplied Wellington's bass heads with the freshest beats and heaviest bass lines available. The heads that know have seen the Bass Frontiers crew tear the place down many times, building up a reputation as being the place to be for the best vibes, and the grimiest parties. Guest DJ's have come from across New Zealand and from across the globe to Studionine to feel that vibe. This time we take a brief pause from the hectic schedule of UK and domestic guests to provide a 100% Welly line up.

We present BASS JUNKIES, an evening of pure drum and bass pressure. Get your fix in the main room with DJ's SAL, B.LO, KAVA and D DOG alongside vocalists MC AG and MC KYLA (GND). Reinforced by the heavyweight sound of the 24k Studionine sound system, which ensures you will be in for a formidable night. The ninebar will be kept nice and easy with the sounds of Dancehall and Hip Hop featuring DJ's VEE, DUNCAN and the SOLID WAX boys.

Bass Junkies

Friday 9 May @ Studionine

$10 on the door before midnight $15 after.

Listen to Future Funk, every Friday 9 - 11pm on Radioactive89FM Hosted by B.Lo and D Dog. Thanks to Cosmic Corner

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