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Bass Frontiers Update


Bass Frontiers Update

MATRIX (Metro Recordings / Virus / Protoype / Goldtrix) Fri Nov 28 / Studionine / Wellington

$30 PRESALES AVAILABLE THRU COSMIC CORNER, DMC AND CHELSEA (BOOKING FEE APPLYS)

Local support : DDOG / SAL / B.LO / BASIX / MC KYLA and SOLID WAX + guests in the 9Bar

www.bassfrontiers.co.nz / www.subtronix.co.nz / www.metrorecs.net / www.biggie.co.nz

INCOMING !!

THE FASTER LP TOUR FEAT. DJ ZINC Fri 9 Jan 2004 / Sandwiches / Wellington

What is looking to be the most event filled first 6 months of any year in New Zealand for DnB fans kicks off with one of our favourite turntablists DJ Zinc. The original Super Sharp Shooter returns in support of his new major label LP 'Faster'. Although this LP encompasses many different styles, DJ Zinc will be coming through with a strictly DnB selection and as anyone has witnessed the True Playa in session before there are few DJ's that can touch him in the mix or selection wise.

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