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Soul Deep Friday 2nd September - Sandwiches

Broken Soul presents

Soul Deep

Friday 2nd September - Sandwiches

Broken Soul returns to bring you the Soul Deep sounds of drum and bass. Its been awhile between sessions for the Broken Soul crew and you can rest assured they have spent this time collecting nothing but the finest in musical, soulful and liquid funk sounds.

Adding some unique flavor to this blend will be the grandfather of Wellington drum and bass, Ruffstep, with a set exploring the old school soundscapes of deep, intelligent, atmospheric, artcore jungle, rushing breaks and soaring strings you know the score.

If this wasnt enough we hand mic duties for the night over to one of NZ's finest vocalists, P Digsss, taking time out from his hectic Shapeshifter duties to lay it down for the Broken Soul crowd.

JDM DDOG DAPPA RUFFSTEP (Classic old school set) P DIGSSS (Shapeshifter)

$10 door free before midnight


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