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Bingo Sessions Vol 2 Release Party 21st April

Bingo Sessions Vol 2 Release Party

Thursday 21st April @ Stage, Dixon St

DJ Zinc's "Bingo Beats" label is set to release what promises to be the most popular DnB mix CD of 2005. Bingo Beats Vol 2 follows the highly successful Vol 1 mixed by DJ Zinc and Friction. To top that combo the Brazilian wonder kid DJ Marky has been commissioned to bring his unique approach to the series. Having mixed arguably the best DnB mix CD ever "The Brazilian Job", it is no surprise that he has blended this veritable feast of delights seamlessly with his trademark mixing and scratching touches. This release party is your chance to score yourself a free copy of the CD and take in a night of sounds that compliment those contained within "Bingo Sessions Vol 2".

price: Free!! djs: D Dog, Sal and Dappa

From 10pm, drink specials, free entry + exclusive Bingo Sessions 2 Mix CD giveaways!

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