Brknk PunchFunk: Mampi Swift, Friction, SP, Japanese Popstars... Portsmouth 25/1/08

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This month we welcome Club 12th Hour for the PunchFunk Live New Rave Special

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Breakneck meets PunchFunk
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Friday 25 January 2008. 9pm-3am

South Parade Pier, Portsmouth

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Room 1: Breakneck -- Drum & Bass
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THE NEXT LEVEL 3 TOUR
Mampi Swift
Friction
Charge
SDM vs. Triple M
Jay Walker
MC's SP:MC, Flak & JC

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Room 2: PunchFunk & Club 12th Hour -- Live New rave showcase
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Japanese Popstars (Irelands #1 electro band)
The Exits
The Cartel
Hijera
Udy
Chris Vaux b2b Simon Blann

£11 advance




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Re: Brknk PunchFunk: Mampi Swift, Friction, SP, Japanese Popstars... Portsmouth 25/1/

zoop zoop, gonna be sickness, ive got few exclusives in the record box already, and were working on a extra special intro, we gotta get busy on it :rave:
 

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Re: Brknk PunchFunk: Mampi Swift, Friction, SP, Japanese Popstars... Portsmouth 25/1/

zoop zoop, gonna be sickness, ive got few exclusives in the record box already, and were working on a extra special intro, we gotta get busy on it :rave:
Don't put Jay on first! I want to hear this!
 
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Re: Brknk PunchFunk: Mampi Swift, Friction, SP, Japanese Popstars... Portsmouth 25/1/

Mampi needs to learn how to EQ in the mix before i want to hear him again. He never rolls off any bass in the mix. All i hear is a mish mash of frequencies all fighting for space! It sounds rough throgh the system. He still plays the same old tunes and his mixing has slipped a little too. 75% of the DJ's in the scene are shit at mixing in general and still get loads of bookings. Does anyone agree?
 
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