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Cause4concern [UK]: Friday 13 August 2004

Bass Frontiers And Sandwiches Presents

Cause4concern [Uk]

Friday 13 August 2004 - Sandwiches

Guildford UK direct, comes a glimpse of the future sound of drum and
bass. The creative combination of Dj Optiv, Tobie, Mark C and Stu
otherwise known as Cause4Concern have had a rapid rise through the ranks
with their unique and futuristic style.

Quality releases on respected labels Virus, True Playaz, Metro, 1210,
Renegade Hardware, Quarantine, Moving Shadow, Timeless and Industry have
cemented their position as a crew to watch. Their own Cause4concern
Recordings has also kept up its own heavy release schedule and the new
C4C Ltd label has seen tunes from many premiere dnb producers. Redlight
Records, DJ Optiv's own label maintains a solid series of releases,
Optiv also features on 1210, Random and Blindside to name a few.

With this deep history and some serious new releases on )EIB( Records,
their own C4C Records and some new collaborations with Fierce due later
this year, it is time for the Cause4concern sound to return down under
and blast dancefloors in 2004.


LOCAL SUPPORT - B.LO, JDM, BASIX, DDOG AND MC KYLA

LIMITED $20 PRESALES THRU DMC, REAL GROOVY AND SANDWICHES - $30
DOORSALES

And on Saturday.

SANDWICHES PRESENTS

Minuit (Min-wee)

The Guns EP Tour

Saturday 14 AUGUST 2004 - SANDWICHES


New Zealand's premier Live electro- breaks and vocal trio returns to the
capital to celebrate the release of their latest EP.

LOCAL SUPPORT - FunknSloCuts + MC Kurnel + guests

LIMITED $15 PRESALES THRU DMC, REAL GROOVY AND SANDWICHES - $20
DOORSALES

ENDS


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