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Broken Soul presents Lost in Music

Broken Soul presents

LOST IN MUSIC

Fri 6th Oct - Sandwiches

Broken Soul returns to Sandwiches to let the good times roll for a night of spring time, new season, party vibes with the funky and soulful sounds of drum and bass. This time featuring the deep, driving beats of special guest TC1 on a brief visit down under from the UK.

TC1 (Stress Level and TC1 / Dispatch / Liquid V / Advanced / Critical / Bingo)

TC1 has been a regular at raves and club nights in his native Leeds and around the UK since 1992 when he first started spinning at 16 years old. This long career has seen him play at some of the best drum and bass clubs and events in the UK and abroad. He runs things at record label Dispatch Recordings. The label has seen quality releases from the likes of Hidden Agenda, Chris SU, Commix, Stress Level & TC1 and DJ Motive. The sounds of artists like Omni Trio, Roni Size, Die, Krust, Doc Scott, and Hidden agenda inspired TC1 and influenced the path his music took when he began producing. Linking up with Stress Level, a partnership that has resulted in many well received and successful tunes released on Advanced, Commercial Suicide, Liquid V, Critical and of course Dispatch over the past 4 years. Their Tunes have also received regular support from the likes of Fabio, Bailey, Goldie, Klute, Zinc, Total science, High Contrast, LTJ Bukem, and Bryan G.

local support from
DDog
JDM
Midas
Rene le Prou
Momentum
Deluxe Emcee

$20 on the door from 11pm.

poster here: http://www.bassfrontiers.co.nz/images/eventgfx/tc1_draft1.jpg

www.bassfrontiers.co.nz
www.sandwiches.co.nz
www.myspace.com/anttc1
www.dispatchrecordings.co.uk

TC1 August TOP 10

"Valhalla" - Tactile
"The Ice Age" - Chris SU & Concord Dawn
"Deranged" - Calibre - Soul:R
"Beatman (SKC rmx)" - Ludmilla Inka
"Crays Cray (AI rmx)" - Fat Freddys Drop
"Waves / Free" - S. Level, TC1 & Chris SU - Dispatch
"Indigo run" - Stress Level & TC1 - Dispatch
"Worthwile" - SKC - Commercial Suicide
"Caught on Me" - Survival & System - Dispatch
"Recharger 2006" - SKC


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