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Rumble Rewind + Bulletproof

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Bass Frontiers presents
Rumble Rewind + Bulletproof

Friday 1st December - Sandwiches

Wellingtons longest running drum and bass club night is back for one last session in 2006. To mark the occasion we have assembled an all star line up featuring several old soldiers teamed up with some fresh talent that has burst on to the scene this year thru the Rumble in the Jungle DJ comp.

Featuring BULLETPROOF (AK), MR SMITH (RUMBLE 2006 CHAMP), FUNKSHUN (AK / RUMBLE 2006 RUNNER UP), DDOG, TREI, RUFFSTEP, MC KYLA, AYNA, DJ ART AND TAKKAS.

$20 on the door from 11pm

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Club

TREI vs DDOG

Bass Frontiers regulars hook up for their first back2back club session in over a year. Capping off a big year for both of them as DJ’s where they have played support for most of the high profile acts that have touched down in Wellington as well as headlining numerous out of town sessions up and down the country. http://www.myspace.com/ddog // http://www.myspace.com/tr3i

RUMBLE REWIND REMATCH SET!

MR SMITH (2006 Rumble in the Jungle Champion) vs FUNKSHUN (AK / 2006 Rumble in the Jungle runner up)

The 2006 Rumble in the Jungle champion, Mr Smith goes head to head with runner up Funkshun in a rematch of the Rumble final. Expect no holds barred as we let these 2 turntable technicians loose to do battle once again on the Sandwiches sound system. Those who witnessed the sold out final at the Bathhouse in October will know what a very special occasion it was. Here’s your chance to relive that moment and for those that were not present now get a second opportunity to witness the skills of these to fine combatants.

BULLETPROOF / DJ POTS (Cyanide Recordings / AK)

Bulletproof is back with a vengeance! After a small hiatus from the studio Bulletproof is back in the lab and producing some of his strongest material to date.

Bulletproof (Aka Jay Cyanide / DJ Pots) is undoubtedly one of the finest D&B talents to emerge from the Southern Hemisphere. Over the past 7 years the name "Bulletproof” has stood for nothing less than the very finest in explosive, futuristic dance floor Drum and Bass, and during this time, Bulletproof released works on some of the scenes leading labels and its own Cyanide Recordings. As Cyanide Recordings dons its 20th release, its time to get ready for yet another onslaught of complete Bulletproof dance floor madness. With a DJ style likened to that of any of the scenes leading Djs, armed to the teeth with a selection of the very freshest cuts of neurofunk the scene has to offer, Bulletproof is guaranteed to deliver, each and every time. With close to 13 years experience behind the wheels of steel, Jay holds the reputation for being one of Australasia's fiercest D'n’B selectors.

With an onslaught of new remixes and collaborations lining the crates of the scenes finest, Bulletproof is getting ready for another round of international dates locked in for 2007...

http://www.myspace.com/bulletproofnz

RUFFSTEP

The Ruffsteppa returns to lay down a deep jungle set for the late night crew. Old heads know the score, new heads prepare to be educated. Nothing but the finest classic cuts blended with new school deep jungle vibes from Wellys original drum and bass soldier

Hosted by MC KYLA

Kyla’s skills as one of the countries top MC’s are renowned – she can sing, rhyme and is well known for her infectious personality on the mic, breaking the ice with the coldest crowds, leaving them whooping and hollering for more till the house lights come up. In Wellington Kyla holds down residencies with The Bass Frontiers Crew and Club Sandwiches, she is an expert at getting the party started and keeping it rolling, emanating positive vibes and throwing down with rough rhymes and slick vocals. http://www.myspace.com/mckyla


Lounge

AYNA, DJ ART & TAKKAS

The notorious Ayna returns from Melbourne to her Welly roots for a brief visit to give the dancefloor a taste of what it’s been missing, nothing but the finest in hip-hop, dancehall and club vibes. She will be teaming up with old mate DJ Art and Takkas to keep the lounge rocking till the sun comes up.


VISUALS by OPTIBREAK

Taking the night to the next level will be the capitals leading drum and bass visual outfit, Optibreak. Providing the futuristic eye candy to ensure your senses are messed up on every level.


Tune into Future Funk, Wellingtons only drum and bass radio show every Friday 9 – 11pm on Radioactive89FM. http://www.radioactive.fm

And check …
http://www.bassfrontiers.co.nz
http://www.bassdrop.co.nz
http://www.sandwiches.co.nz
http://www.rumblejungle.co.nz

ENDS

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