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Bass Frontiers Subtronix & Pavement Mag present...

Bass Frontiers, Subtronix & Pavement Magazine proudly present


GOLDIE - Metalheadz UK



Local support Presha (Akl) / DDog / B-Lo / MC Kyla

$45 Presales from Real Groovy, DMC & Chelsea due in store Thursday this week.

Goldie is not only the star of movies Snatch, The World Is Not Enough, and televison shows Eastenders & Celebrity Big Brother UK, but most importantly he is the man behind Drum n Bass' most influential and respected labels - Metalheadz.

Following his major label deal in the mid 90's with Pete Tong's FFRR and the production of arguably the greatest Drum N Bass LP ever made ('Timeless', Metalheadz was set up by this hungry visionary to map out the way Drum n Bass would head in the not too distant future.

Having recently skipped past it's 50th release, the original plan has held fast with the man of golden teeth still steering the ship with both hands. Metalheadz' still being a 'buy on sight' label is strong testament to Goldie maintaining a firm grip on the path Drum N Bass will take even after 10 years of music.

Goldie's DJ sets are exactly like his label. All styles are drawn into one melting pot and churned out in a visceral display of sound manipulation with the helmsman va cuuming the crowd into his experie nce. Previous visits have been unforgettable, pivotal nights in our Drum N Bass scenes history with the last one falling on Sept 12 2001.

Goldie was travelling to New Zealand on a plane when NYC was under attack. The 9/11 survivor is returning, this time in the peak of summer and we can guarantee he will be packing a lot of extra heat...... / / /

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