Espionage ft. Lynx & Kemo at Roxanne Parlour

Roxanne Parlour

New Member
Apr 8, 2010

Friday November 26th
Roxanne Parlour
Lvl. 3, 2 Coverlid Place Melbourne CBD
Doors: 10pm
Tickets: $20 Early Bird, $25 General, more on door

Lynx & Kemo bring a fresh and unique approach to their music, creating their own vibe and by doing so immediately gaining the respect of many of the heavyhitters in the scene. Their tracks appeal to artists across the drum and bass community and are being rinsed by the likes of Calibre, Marcus Intalex, Doc Scott, Fabio, Grooverider, Andy C, Hype, Shy FX, Marky, Zinc and many more. 2007 and Lynx & Kemo’s first release ‘Global Enemies’ saw its release on Soul:r, to accolades by the scene’s top DJ’s. Closely followed by the equally impressive "Carnivale" later in 2007, which firmly cemented Lynx and Kemo as the most exciting and original Drum & Bass act to surface in years.

Lynx has established a reputation for his technical ability and his innovation. Soul:r, Creative Source, Digital Soundboy and Bingo are just some of the leading labels he’s released on and are proof that his sound is not only fresh but also diverse. With massive tracks including ‘Disco Dodo’ being played on Radio 1 and Kiss FM every day for months, Lynx has clearly demonstrated that he’s not afraid to break the mould whilst staying true to his own style.
Kemo's global upbringing allowed him access to a wide variety of cultures and experiences. This is clearly reflected in his musical work - ranging from Dubstep to Techno, from Drum & Bass to Hip Hop - being championed by DJs as diverse as Laurent Garnier, Zed Bias, Pendulum and DJ Hype. Lynx & Kemo now have been a heavyweight DJ & MC duo on the scene for two years, touring Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, Russia, Canada, USA, Brazil, and all over the UK & Europe. Their floor-igniting sets have made them a regular at Fabric & The End, leading to three of their tracks being featured on Marcus Intalex's Fabric Live CD.

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