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The Hottest Drum And Bass Event This Summer!!!

Special Line Up Addition To The Hottest Drum And Bass Event This Summer!!!

We are pleased to announce one of the golden girls of New Zealand Drum and Bass will be back in town and joining us as a special guest at this gig. The talented MC TALI, renowned for her work with Roni Size and Full Cycle will be there to raise the roof with her tight flow and amazing voice.

Sandwiches and Bass Frontiers proudly bring you the hottest drum and bass session this summer!

DJ MARKY (Innerground / Brazil)


CONCORD DAWN (Uprising / NZ)

Friday 5th January 2007 @ Sandwiches

DJ Marky, a veritable superstar within Drum and Bass and beyond in both his homeland Brazil and globally is back down under with his good mate Stamina MC for the hottest drum and bass session of the summer. Marky is considered as one of the most exciting DJ/producers in dance music. His phenomenal technical skills, Brazilian flair, enthusiasm, dedication and character took the world by storm many years ago; now years later he continues to have the same whirlwind effect on dance floors as he did when he first arrived.

Concord Dawn have been making waves in the world of electronic music for many years now and have been tagged as "NZ’s pioneers of Drum and Bass". They have released their distinctive sound on many legendary labels including Hospital, Timeless, Renegade Hardware, Moving Shadow and Metalheadz. International heavyweights such as Grooverider, Goldie, DJ Hype, Ed Rush and many others have been playing Concord Dawn tunes for the past few years, cementing them as one of key production teams of the
modern sound. There recent ‘Chaos by Design’ album sealed 2006 as yet another vintage year for the Dawn.

Limited $35 (+ booking fee) presales from DMC, Real Groovy and Sandwiches

Local Support: DDog and Sal


Listen: Tune into Future Funk, Wellingtons only drum and bass radio show every Friday 9 - 11pm on Radioactive89FM.


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