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Jimmy Edgar (Hot Flush/Warp/U.S) Live at Sick Disco 20th Oct

Sick Disco & The Indoor Kids are proud to present:

Jimmy Edgar (Hot Flush/Warp/U.S) Live
Majenta World Tour

Endowed with a supernatural feel for futuristic funk, the Detroit native has been bleeping and grinding since he was a teenager. While his peers were worrying about their grades and popularity, Edgar was spinning alongside his hometown’s DJ heroes and programming intricate beats that were unquestionably interplanetary communication disguised as dance music.

In 2001 at the tender of 18, his hyper-sexed microchip stylings caught the ear of Warp, where he cranked out his brand of amped-up laptop funk for the next eight years, culminating in the full-length classic ’Color Strip’. XXX (released July 2010 on !K7) with its New Jack Swing winked as much at Minneapolis, Compton and Paris as it did Detroit or Berlin.

On March 17 Jimmy Edgar released his first new material in nearly two years, and his debut for Hotflush, MAJENTA, with the single “This One’s For The Children”.

The show at Sick Disco on the 20th October will be Jimmy’s white hot new live show featuring synced LED strips!

Connect with Jimmy Edgar:
http://jimmyedgar.com
https://www.facebook.com/jimmyedgar
http://www.twitter.com/jimmyedgar
http://www.youtube.com/strictpolicy

Majenta:
http://soundcloud.com/jimmyedgar/sets/jimmy-edgar-majenta/

Labour Weekend 20th October 2012 Sick Disco, Cassette Nine
With support from Recloose, Philippa, Tommy Flowers, Dirty Bastards and MTron. Back bar hosted by Petit Cheval.

$10 Limited earlybird tix from 1-night.co.nz
$15 Limited pre-sales
$20 on the door – $10 before midnight for regulars, Company Card and B-Card holders.
Casa Cassette open for dinner bookings from 6.30pm, DJs/door on at 9pm.

Super special thanks to Jagermeister.
For media enquiries please contact Melissa on disco@cassettenine.com


MTron

Sick Disco September 2012: Spring is round the corner and we can feel it in our step! Rain or shine this spring you can find the warmth and energy of the summer to come every Saturday at Cassette.

1st Sept: The Breakfast Club with special guests Bevan Keys & Tim Lambourne plus Breakfast Club DJs Dean Campbell & Nick Dwyer.
8th Sept: Sick Disco ft. Tommy Flowers, Aroha, Dirty Bastards & MTronBomb with DPRTRCLB DJs in the back bar!
15th Sept: Sick Disco Vs. Cakes with Zwelli (Cakes/Syd), Tommy Flowers, North Shore Pony Club, Dirty Bastards & MTronBomb. Plus there’s a drink in my room and I need a hot lady back bar!
22nd Sept: Sick Disco X Good Juju ft. Tommy Flowers, MTronBomb, Aroha, DJ Barney & Dirty Bastards. Back bar hosted by Petit Cheval with special performances PLUS all profit form the door going to Youthline.
29th Sept: Sick Disco Liquid DnB Edition ft. Dylan C, Lobo, Solkai, Andy Beck, Trilogy & Aaron Pony.

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Thanks to Cassette, Jager & The Indoor Kids.

ENDS

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