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Direktionz - this Friday

Direktionz - this Friday

Over the last 2 years Co.Wrekt have established themselves as one of the most prominent up and coming DnB crews in Christchurch on both DJ and production tips. Their talent coupled with the electric atmosphere at all their events has assured their success so far.

This time Co.Wrekt headliners Dose, Sircut and MC D-Rex are pushing their sound outside of Christchurch in different Directionz.

this Friday (14/11) they hit Studionine with local support from D-Dog and SAL (Wellyz Most Dangerous/Bass Frontiers) - 9bar selections from Solid Wax and DDizzle

$10 presales from Cosmic Corner // $12 on the door

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