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Deall – Drum and Bass Release Party

Posted by Kristian Hatton

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August 4, 2012
1:00 am

Attention Fitzroy, sub-bass saturation immanent, prepare to get loose!

Australian drum and bass artist (and local) Tyler Deall is proudly releasing his first single on prominent bass music label, Dubpride. To celebrate and showcase his new tunes, he’ll be having a party this Saturday night at the Laundry Bar.

It’s sure to be a liberal bass-rinsing as Deall flexes his skills on the decks equally as well as in the studio. He’ll be supported by MC Harzee on the mic, as well as other DnB DJs like Sequence Empire, Lickweed, Deep Element, and Rubix give one of Melbourne’s favourite dance styles the treatment it deserves.

Priceless, metaphorically and literally.

WHEN: Saturday, 4 August, 10pm-3am
WHERE: The Laundry Bar, 50 Johnston Street, Fitzroy
WEB: http://www.facebook.com/events/459710890715347/


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