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Andy C - The Worlds Number 1 Drum And Bass DJ!

Wed, 29 Dec 2004

Andy C - The Worlds Number 1 Drum And Bass DJ!

Starting his DJ career 10 years ago, Andy C was quickly recognised as a promising new DJ. Taking up his initial residencies he was soon playing alongside some of the most respected DJ's on the circuit. From his humble beginnings Andy C is now one of the biggest and most known jungle/D'n'B DJs ever. Making a name for himself not only as a DJ, but also as a producer and owner of one of the biggest labels in the scene, RAM Recordings. He has been voted the number one UK Drum & Bass DJ for the last 3 years running (DnB arena, Knowledge Magazine.)

Andy C has been dropping deadly tunes since the early ’90s — producing and spinning tracks that have mutated the face of the U.K. rave and jungle scene. Not only does he produce brilliant tracks but he is one of the tightest mixers around regardless of genre. His DJ sets are pure dancefloor destroyers. His recent Nightlife mix CD series and Fabriclive mix alongside DJ Hype are testament to this and are all treasured pieces of any true junglists collection.

He's the king of clubs, the lord of dubs, the junglist don gorgon. Join us as we start 2005 with a huge bang and welcome back the Executioner and his MC of choice the MC GQ for a night of pure double drop dancefloor devastation.

Subtronix, JAGG, Bass Frontiers, Bass Adix, Frenzy and Pavement magazine

ANDY C AND MC GQ (RAM RECORDINGS - UK) NZ TOUR 2005

WELLINGTON - THURS 6TH JAN - PHOENIX Local Djs: DDog and Sal (Wellyz Most Dangerous) $40 presales thru Real Groovy, DMC and by texting “Andy C” to 858 on your Vodafone mobile. 11pm till late R18

CHRISTCHURCH - FRI 7TH JAN - CIVIC Local Djs : 2 Zones Drum and Bass: Steel Subz DeTour Whoosh [SBK] Hip Hop: Sticky Fingaz Pause Daneja Akademics [Karizma & Red] Bad News [3MC's] OG presales $35 from usual outlets 11pm till late R18

AUCKLAND - SAT 8TH JAN - FU Local Djs : Presha, Riddle and Omen $45 presales from Beat Merchants, Real Groovy, and by texting “Andy C” to 858 on your Vodafone mobile. 11pm till late R18

www.subtronix.co.nz www.jagg.co.nz www.bassfrontiers.co.nz www.ramrecords.co.uk www.bassdrop.co.nz

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