Well, international DnB artists just can't seem to stay away from our fair country. Is it due to the economic situation overseas being much more dire than here in NZ or more due to NZ crowds just FIENDING more and more DnB every day! I'd say the latter...Read the full post..
State of Mind are just about to kick off a tour to promote their second full album titled 'Faster than Light', and if you haven't had a chance to head out and purchase this beauty, then I'd recommend you do. One of the tracks off it, 'Space Surfer' has been complimented with a great music video by Aleks Sakowski. It does't quite go with the vision I had of the track when I first heard it, of a silver surfer like character busting through space, but its all good none-the-less. Read more to see the clip...Read the full post..
Empathy Recordings in association with Bassdrop.co.nz are pleased to announce the release of Rumble in the Jungle the CD, mixed by 2008 Rumble champion DJ Import. Part of Import’s prize pack was the opportunity to record his mix of the finest selection of Drum and Bass & Dubstep tracks from top local and international producers...Read the full post..
### Attention: Evolution has been cancelled ###..Read the full post..
Evolution is a two day music Festival celebrating the remarkable talents of some of New Zealand's most established and promising music producers. Coupled with a serene natural landscape and a fully fitted outdoor audio-visual production the Evolution experience has been long overdue - but the wait is now over!
With 25 dj's from all over NZ you'll get to sample nothing but the highest quality tunes from the worlds of drum and bass, dubstep, hip hop and the experimental inbetween. Leaving no sense untouched visual stimuli will be presented by two of Auckland's finest visual technicians over the two days.
We encourage you to bring sunscreen, all-weather clothing and a tent to set up camp so that you can fully enjoy the Evolution experience!
Established when Drum and Bass was hitting well and truely hittings its straps in 2001, Bassdrop.co.nz set out to enhance the underground community by providing a place where the true bass heads could meet and discuss their vibrant scene.
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