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Bass Frontiers Proudly Present The Killa Hertz


Bass Frontiers And Sandwiches Proudly Present The Killa Hertz - Dillinja & Lemon D Nz 2004

THURSDAY MARCH 4 - SANDWICHES

Local support PRESHA (AK), SEAN (MELB), DDOG AND MC KYLA

SOLID WAX AND KAVA in the Lounge

Valve Recordings continues its undisputed dominance of the Drum n Bass scene with release after release of standard setting thunderous bass invading slabs of wax. 'The Killa Hertz' LP showcased once again the depth and diversity the lethal combination of Dillinja & Lemon D's individual talents brings, and has gone on to be one of New Zealands favourite Drum N Bass full lengthers of the last year.

However, 2004 has arrived and the pursuit for the next level has been savage from Valve HQ. Snippets of the new Dillinja & Lemon D sound have already filtered through and it is with baited breath that we anticipate the arrival of these dons of dancefloor devastation and what will surely be a night of totally exclusive freshly baked futurism. In a year that will undoubtedly see Drum n Bass returning to its roots of proper breaks and disturbingly low bass lines, the Valve boys will be at the

Pre sales $35 (plus booking fee) from REAL GROOVY, DMC AND CHELSEA

www.bigbadbass.com / www.subtronix.co.nz / www.bassfrontiers.co.nz / www.sandwiches.co.nz for more info

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