Posted by Kristian Hatton
03. Oct, 2012
|October 12, 2012|
The Operatives and All-City Bass present not one but four top international heavyweights from the world of bass music. Rudimental, Emalkay, Slugabed and Ikonika come exclusively from the UK to hit Brown Alley’s sound system.
Rudimental is a four-piece electronic band whose single “Feel the Love” hit number one in both the pop and dance charts of the UK, and has received positive feedback from both hardcore dubstep fans and the general population. Combine this with the sounds of the other headliners (who are on famed underground labels Dub Police, Ninja Tunes and Hyperdub respectively), and you have a straight-up hit of a show.
I might also mention as a sidenote that local Able from Uncomfortable Beats is supporting with the other Operatives and All-City Bass crew, who’s just released a hit single with 2Fuddha TODAY, check out this new track here…
WHEN: Friday, 12 October, 10pm til late
WHERE: Brown Alley, 585 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
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