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Breakthru 06

BREAKTHRU 06
NEW YEARS EVE 05/06 - STAGE – DIXON ST – WELLINGTON

We are proud to present BREAKTHRU 06. Bringing together Wellingtons best DJ’s and performers for the capitals number 1 New Years Eve bash! Taking over the Stage Nightclub and combining the best in upfront drum and bass, jungle, breaks, hip hop, dancehall, reggae, soul, funk, house and disco. With each of the selectors bringing their own unique style and vibe to the celebrations ensuring premium beats all night long. The party will take place over 3 floors with a production team consisting of the Capitals top lighting operators, sound boys and technicians, a team that has been involved in such legendary Wellington new years parties as The New Frontier and Collaborations. We guarantee you will not be disappointed and invite you and all your friends to join us on the dance floor as we BREAKTHRU to 06!

Featuring:

B-LINE [TOP SHELF/BREAKS ROYALE – AKL]

DDOG [BASSFRONTIERS/BROKEN SOUL]

SAL [BASS FRONTIERS/WMD]

DAPPA [BASS FRONTIERS/BROKEN SOUL]

RUFFSTEP [BASS FRONTIERS/JUNGLIZM]

UKNW [NOISE ENTHUSIAST/BASSDROP]

SENSE [VALVESOUND]

ED Z [VALVESOUND]

CHEMICAL X [BASIX]

INDEKS [LIQUID GOLD]

SNAX [NOISE ENTHUSIAST/BASSDROP]

MOMENTUM [MOOVER]

THE SOLIDWAX DEEJAYS [BOOMBOX]

MIKE ROSS [SHADY DISCO]

NICK WILSON [SHADY DISCO]

FRIED CHICKEN SOUND SYSTEM [GREASY LISTENING]

TAKKAS [GOODLUCK]

MC DELUXE [WISE – CHCH]

MC ANTIC [BASS FRONTIERS – SYDNEY]

MC RUGGED TEK [BASS FRONTIERS]


Full details and advertising released soon. Presales available early Dec from usual outlets.

more info:
www.bassfrontiers.co.nz
www.bassdrop.co.nz
www.liveonstage.co.nz


Coming up : DJ Hype and MC Daddy Earl - Fri 6 Jan 2006 - Sandwiches
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Bass Frontiers - Drum & Bass - Wellington NZ - www.bassfrontiers.co.nz

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