Posted by Kristian Hatton
13. Sep, 2012
|September 21, 2012|
Friction is one of the world’s top Drum and Bass heavyweights, and is coming exclusively from the UK to Melbourne this Friday.
He’ll be ‘mixing it up across 3 turntables with lightning speed with impeccable beat matching and tune selection’, and has been steady-releasing global hits for the past twelve months. He has played internationally at Glastonbury, LA, and Tokyo, and has been described by electronic radio god, Pete Tong, as ‘one of the big dogs’.
Also appearing in what is anticipated to be the last time, D&B duo Commix will also be in full effect, so bear witness to them and locals Jchau, Rick Dirk, Altruism, Freeform, Token, Defy, and Sequence Empire. This event will be hosted by MC’s Linguistics, Altezz, JP & Harzee.
WHEN: Friday, 21 Sept, 10pm-5am
WHERE: Roxanne Parlour, 2 Coverlid Place, Melbourne
WEB (tickets): moshtix.com.au/event.aspx?id=59134
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