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MALA (Digital Mystikz ) - 10 Nov @ Rising Sun

For immediate release
DirtyCash & Beat Merchants presents 
MALA (Digital Mystikz ), direct from the U.K 
Saturday 10th November @ Rising Sun 

Local Support from Jason Howson, Sean Lyons, FrostyBoy, StinkyJim, Grind & MC Dapht One. 

$20 Presales from BeatMerchants & Real Groovy 

After trying to sneak off to the South Island for a wee holiday, DirtyCash quickly put paid to any feet up, fireside R&R for the one like Mala, head honcho of dubstep's deadliest labels, DMZ and the increasingly incredible DEEP MEDI. 

Thanks to bribery and the sheer heavyweight vibes of his last start down here, MALA will be front & centre for a one off Auckland show of sub heavy mayhem! 
Those that witnessed MALA earlier in the year know the score...Dubstep's finest, a producer of immense originality dropping bombs on DMZ, PLANET MU, TEMPA, DEEP MEDI, SOUL JAZZ and an onpoint selector repping the full spectrum of the dubstep sound. 

For you lot that missed the boat last time, what can we's not often ya get a second chance this good! 

Extra Bass Mandatory!

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