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MPC Championship Of The World - Bodega 25 Sept

MPC Rumble

Ladies & Gentleman get ready to rumble as the third MPC Championship Of The World returns to the ring.

In the world’s only official MPC battle, an all-star line of musicians and DJ’s will compete at Bodega, Wellington on 25 September in an attempt to clinch the supreme title.

The MPC or Midi Production Centre is an all-in-one sequencer, sampler, controller and drum machine. Contestants will be provided with the same selection of beats and samples to mix ahead of fight night, and then compete live to deliver the most original composition.

Leading competitors for the showdown are Captain Imon Starr, 2002 defending champion, and DJ MU, the winner of the original title in 2001 who has gone on to incorporate the MPC as the heartbeat of Fat Freddy’s Drop.

Joining the fray are MPC adversaries; Jetlag Johnson, Clubba Laing, Dobie Blaze, Riki Gooch, Rio, Fulla Flash, Submariner, Jeremy Ota, Julien Dyne, Killamanraro, P-Money & Kava.

The judges responsible for picking the ultimate winner, based on skill, dress sense and dance moves, will be Manuel Bundy, Downtown Brown and MC Antsman. With host MC Slave on the mic, the MPC Championship Of The World is guaranteed to be a dramatic night of entertainment.

MPC Championship Of The World
25 September 2008
Show Starts 9.00PM
Tickets $35.00, available @ Mandatory, Real Groovy, Goodscore
Or online from


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