Event MCR- MURKAGE w/ BLAME & BREAKAGE THURS 18TH MARCH

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  1. mrmurkage

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    Yo yo, this Thursday!

    Get tickets online here: http://www.skiddle.com/events/11363537/

    THURSDAY 18TH MARCH 2010
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    MURKAGE : PARTY HARD
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    BREAKAGE (DIGITAL SOUNDBOY)
    BLAME (720 DEGREES)
    MC SKEEZ (METROPOLIS)
    DIALOG
    LARRY SUN

    BREAKAGE

    “Breakage is a man with an ear for deep, deep, sub-sonic frequencies. He goes in low. I thinking he’s talking to sea-life. He’s talking to the squid”. Mr. Roots Manuva.

    “His half-step beats are pure catch your-breath tension. Intense”_Mixmag Sept 2009 4/5

    Breakage aka James Boyle is never been one to be pigeonholed. Moving effortlessly through styles from drum and bass to dubstep, Breakage has proved himself to be one of the most versatile operators in either scene to date.

    2009 has seen Breakage cemented himself as ‘one to watch’ across the British dance music press and taste-making elite. Following on from the superb ‘Together’ earlier this year, Breakage released ‘Run Em Out’ feat. Roots Manuva b/w ‘Higher’ this October and continues his good form with the thuggish reworked ‘Hard’ feat. Newham Generals and David Rodigan released Dec 7th. Alongside his orginal recordings James has also recently turned in remixes for the likes of Sidney Sampson, David Guetta and the legendary Aswad.

    Zane Lowe named ‘Hard’ as his ‘Hottest Record In The World’ on his Radio 1 show and he’s gone on to gain massive support across the airwaves from the likes of has Annie Mac, Mista Jam, Rob Da Bank, Giles Peterson, Ras Kwame, Toddla T, Mary Anne Hobbs, Sinden, Nick Grimshaw, John Kennedy, DJ Bailey, Semtex, Joe Ransom & more.

    With his sophomore LP ‘Foundation’ due for release in Feb 2010 on Digital Soundboy, it’s sure to be another busy year ahead for Breakage. Features on the record come courtesy of Skream, Burial, Roots Manuva, David Rodigan, Newham Generals, Kemo and more. Expect bass heavy quality music with a broad appeal.

    http://www.myspace.com/breakagedsb


    BLAME

    Blame is one of the most creative producers on the drum & bass scene - an accolade hard won over years of consistently breaking musical boundaries in an attempt to bring true innovation to the music that he loves. It all began in 1990 when Blame started to create tracks that would be synonymous with the early hardcore scene. Music Takes You, a project for Moving Shadow, saw him break into the UK charts and become number one in the dance chart; many books charting the early days of dance music have since credited this tune as a seminal moment in what was to soon become drum & bass.

    Fast forward to 2008, and Blame dropped Stay Forever, a beautiful blend of energetic breakbeats and soaring string sections that instantly caught the attention of Radio 1 DJs Zane Lowe, Pete Tong, Trevor Nelson, Colin Murray, Fabio, Rob Da Bank, Ras Kwame and Annie Mac. 2009 saw Blame remixes for VV Brown, Kelly Rowland and David Guetta, solidifying his position as key producer within this ever evolving scene.

    http://www.myspace.com/blame720

    MURKAGE in association with Boxfresh
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    Now Weekly Thursdays @ No. 1 Club
    (formerly known as One Central Street)
    Fully Refurbished. New Bouncers. New Sound.
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    DUBSTEP / ELECTRO / HOUSE /
    HIPHOP / DRUM&BASS / JUNGLE /
    UK GARAGE / UK FUNKY / 90s R&B /
    BALTIMORE / KUDURO / GRIME
    & SLOW JAMZ

    HOSTED BY MURKAGE DAVE
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    VODKA + MIXER 2.00
    BOTTLED BEER 2.00
    GLASS OF WINE 2.50

    ENTRY £7
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    (directions: walking on oxford road
    towards town away from fallowfield,
    go past the bbc, past the mcdonalds,
    past the central library, until you can
    see M-Two nightclub, take a right at
    Starbucks, and then a left at Beluga)

    INFO: 07927957373
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