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Adam Freeland at Sandwiches

Adam Freeland

Fri, 19 Nov 2004

Sandwiches & 42 Below are proud to present, the unique sound of.

Adam Freeland

the pioneer of Nu-School Breaks, this Saturday, 20 November at Sandwiches.

Adam Freeland (UK) with local DJs Dannyboy, Bryce and Gimpgirl.

$20 Presale Tickets available from Real Groovy, DMC and Sandwiches, more at the door.

42 Below Vodka on special for the night.

The long awaited arrival of the UK's break beat master is upon us. For those in the know, Freeland has proven himself a master of twisted sounds, mammoth tunes and a vibe that will keep this party storming till the very end. When Freeland released his pioneering COASTAL BREAKS mix album three years ago, it signaled a new era in dance music, putting the break beat sound center stage. Now he brings his sound here, for a night that few should miss. I know I'll be seeing you on the dance floor. | |


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