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Rogue Magnetic Sound PA Launch

Posted by Kristian Hatton

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September 8, 2012
2:00 pm

This will be the loudest thing around Flinders Street. Just put your ear on the ground to find the sound. Rogue Magnetic Sound launch their massive 10k sound rig, this Saturday in the city at the Night Owl.

They collaborate with Fitzroy bass crew – Uncomfortable Beats – to bring special guest Mark Pritchard aka Harmonic 313 to try out this face-melting system flexing his unique bass-driven Detroit-style hop-hip beats.

Other DJs and live acts up to utilise the power are DJ Kuya, DJ ShiKung, Able8, Ghostsoul, Pauly Fatlace & SKMAN, Rolex Bifta. Rogue Magnetic Sound will have this system for hire in the future for those interested, so all sound buffs come gather.

WHEN: Saturday, 8 September, 10pm-4am
WHERE: The Night Owl, 33 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne
WEB: facebook.com/events/344112602340871/


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