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Redline's 13th event Showcases Top Breaks Talent

Mon, 2 Sep 2002

Redline's 13th event Showcases Wellingtons Top Breaks Talent

3 floors of Drum n bass, Hip Hop and 2 step Mayhem.


The Pit / Drum & Bass-
Filthy Forum,
Flex vs' Conloy,
Basix vs' Theupbeats,
Ruffstep vs' Mode & Stace

Top Floor / Hip hop-
Lucas & Fronts,
Kuntong & Mr Wigga

the Middle room/ Two step & Garage-
& Websta

Presales $10 from Subculture 274 Cuba st
Or $15 door sales

Friday 13th at Phoenix

Fithy Forum
is Dj Subtrak And MC Unknown Together they have played their original Hard and dark style drum n bass all over New Zealand, Most recently making alot of noise at Versus at Fu in Auckland. Subtrak was this years winner of "Rumble in the Jungle" Wellingtons Drum n bass mixing Competition and together they hold a thursday night residency at Curve Bar.

Flex V's Conloy
back 2 back these 2 Redline Residents are both influenced by the elements of Hip Hop and aren't afraid to Flex those skills on the scratch.

Basix V's thupbeats
Basix is well known for his dark tech Style drum n bass and Theupbeats for his funky happy style. Both these Redline boys are not just DJ's but producers as well.

Ruffstep V's Mode
Wellington's oldest Junglist Ruffstep along side Mode show us how dark they can go.

Stace one of the founding members of Redline she will take us back in time playing a 98% 1998 tech set.

Most well known for his MCing with Bass frontiersthe multi talented AG shows as he has skills as a Hip Hop DJ as well

Lucas & Fronts
Firm FM hip Hop Gurus take us to another level

Orginally from Auckland Marek is know doubt one of New Zealands top 2 step and Garage Dj's

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