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dirtycash and beatmerchants present CASPA

dirtycash and beatmerchants present CASPA

Dubpolice / SubSoldiers / Tempa / Argon

100% Dubstep / Direct from the U.K FRIDAY 21 DECEMBER


local support from Jason Howson, Frosty Boy, Stinky Jim, Oogun, One Louder, Grind & MC Dapht One Strictly limited $25 presales from Beat Merchants & Real Groovy Instores Sat Dec 1

CASPA heads to NZ with a certified wobble factor of +1000 and that aint cos he's on a diet from eating two many pies.

Tunes titled 'Rubber Chicken', "Custard Chucker' and "Noise Disorganiser' are the perfect pointer to what this man delivers...nothing but big bad bass wobblers.

Since 1999 Caspa has pushed his own vision of 21st Century underground beats through his seminal label Storming Productions, which showcased his own productions alongside darkside merchants Toasty & Search & Destroy.

By no means a one trick pony, Caspa has since launched Dub Police, one of dubstep's most crucial labels, coming with tunes like 'Cockney Flute' that proved to be a deadly shot in the arm with it's skanked out vibes rubbing up against,,well what else...obscene amounts of sub bass.

Not content, Caspa's dedication to pushing the sound has unleashed yet another label, Sub Soldiers, which has launched more of Caspa's musical madness along with the rampant sounds of Rusko onto an unsuspecting world.

Fast forward to 2007 and Caspa alongside Rusko have just finished off a blazing mix for the Fabric Live mix series, a first for dubstep and yet another sign as to the talents that lie within.

After being scorched by the likes Mala, Pinch and Benga, this will be yet another night of dubstep heavy mayhem not be missed.

Christmas does indeed come early.


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