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Rumble in the Jungle 2006 - NZ DNB DJ Competition

Rumble in the Jungle 2006 - THE NZ DNB DJ COMPETITION

This year the event is bigger than ever, with three regional events held in the main centers. The competition then concludes with the top three DJs from each center being selected for the final event, held in Wellington in October, where the 06 Rumble champion will be crowned.

WGTN REGIONAL - Held at Sandwiches on Friday the 25th of August.

Contestants battling it out for nationwide finals selection are...

Mr Smith
DJ Static
DJ Leftoverz
Momentum
Conspiracy
HabiT
Mojo
subsonik
ed z
Hooks
Trigger

$10 on the door. Hosted by MC Kyla. Doors open at 10pm, Entrants on from 11pm.

Judges: DDog, B-Line, Jeremy Upbeats

Check out poster here:
http://www.bassfrontiers.co.nz/images/eventgfx/rumble06poster.jpg

http://www.rumblejungle.co.nz/
http://www.myspace.com/rumble_in_the_jungle
http://www.bassfrontiers.co.nz

ENDS

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