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Bass-ics: Gen Up on your Musical Genres

The Sensonauts present:

Bass-ics: Gen Up on your Musical Genres workshop
Feat. DJ/Producer Paige Julia

When: 6-8pm, Wed 26 June 2019
Where: The Pyramid Club, 272 Taranaki Street, Mount Cook, Wellington 6011

Wish you knew how to identify the music you love dancing to? This workshop will breakdown electronic dance music for you. It will help you know what kind of music you get amped on...and how to find more of it!

This workshop features experienced DJ/Producer Paige Julia, who'll be taking you through the basics of bass and beats.

You'll find out how to tell the difference between the most popular genres such as house, broken beats, and a whole lot more. You'll get to listen to examples of different genres and test your newfound genre-spotting skills. Intriguing music history and facts will be thrown in the mix. You'll be given resources to delve more deeply into the world of bass music and get excited about what you find.

'Bass-ics' is a series of one-off workshops by The Sensonauts to help people learn about electronic music in a fun, supportive environment.

This will be a welcoming, relaxed and interactive session where no question is silly. If you feel you know nothing about electronic dance music whatsoever, or if you've got some knowledge but would like more, this workshop is for you.

Book tickets at http://buytickets.at/thesensonauts/270712
Tickets $20 per person
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