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DJ Marky And Stamina MC


DJ Marky And Stamina MC

THURS 13 MAY - SANDWICHES

DJ Marky is what can only be called a phenomenon. From his highly unlikely success story climbing through his hometown superstardom in Sao Paulo, Brasil, this whirlwind of positive energy has literally conquered the (Drum and Bass) world. Initially in the UK with the help of Bryan Gee and the Movement family, Marky's turntabilism and relentless enthusiasm saw him rapidly become one of the hottest tickets on his chosen DJ circuit.

Taking the step into production, the results kicked off a veritable revolution in sound at a time when Drum and Bass was in desperate need of some sunshine. With the world firmly at his feet, DJ Marky has taken time off to team up with long time collaborator, XRS Land, and produce the quintessential Drum and Bass LP of 2004 - 'In Rotation'. His visit here with Bryan Gee in 2001 is still one of the most talked about (Drum & Bass) DJ performances in memory. I he Bouncing Brazilian.

The most exciting, and strongly anticipated Drum and Bass event of 2004 without question.

Stamina MC will be visiting New Zealand for the first time. Part time vocalist for London Elecktricity, Movement Resident MC and fine music connoiusseur, there are few that can match Stamina for vibe, flow, and connection with his audience. Best known for the vocals on DJ Marky's breakthrough hit 'LK', we are priviliged to be able to present this seasoned team to a New Zealand audience.

LOCAL SUPPORT - DDOG, KAVA AND B.LO

PRESALES AVAILABLE NOW from Real Groovy, DMC and Sandwiches $45 (booking fee may apply)

INNCD03 - 'In Rotation' - The debut LP from DJ Marky & XRS available now in all good record stores through Subtronix Distribution / Rhythm Method

MOVCD02 - 'The Brazilian Job' mixed by DJ Marky also still available

www.innergroundrecords.com / www.bassfrontiers.co.nz / www.sandwiches.co.nz / www.agentmad.com.au / www.thepackage.co.nz

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