**REPERKUSSION**COMMIX/MARK S/DEFine/SAT14thMAY@SNO!bar/MiltonKeynes/FreeMixDL

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COMMIX (metalheadz, hospital rec) @ **REPERKUSSION**
Drum n Bass / Street Art
Saturday 14th May 2011
£5 Entrance
20.00-03.00
SNO!bar Xscape Milton Keynes
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FREE MIX DOWNLOADS:

COMMIX BBC Radio 1 Mix:

http://www.dnbarena.ru/download/Commix-Live_At_BBC_Radio1-20071021.mp3

COMMIX - Fabric Live 44 Promo Mix:

http://www.breakbeat.co.uk/dnbtv/watch/exclusive_commix_mix.aspx

Track list:

01 Commix - Life We Live
02 Rufige Crew – Sometime Sad Day
03 D-Bridge – Creatures of Habit
04 Alix Perez – The Reckoning
05 Data – The Causeway
06 Logistics – Murderation
07 Commix – Justified
08 Spectrasoul – Buried
09 Calibre – Can’t Get Over You
10 Lynx & Alix Perez Ft. Kemo – Dangerous
11 Commix – Belleview (D-Bridge’s Belle-reviewed Mix)
12 Spectrasoul & Ben E – Suppression
13 Calibre – In Denial
14 Commix – Bear Music
15 OAK – No Sunrise
16 Jonny L – Common Origin
17 Breakage – Old School Ting
18 Instra:mental – No Future
19 Photek – Yendi
20 Instra:mental – Photograph

REP.003 - MARK S
coming v soon!

REP.002 - DEMON
http://soundcloud.com/reperkussion/demon-rep-002

REP.001 - CHRIS P CUTS
http://soundcloud.com/reperkussion/chris-p-cuts-rep-001

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COMMIX INFO:-

BIO:

Commix duo George Levings and Guy Brewer were famously raised in the historic English town of Cambridge. Of the Cambridge trinity - Nu:Tone, Logistics and Commix - it was Commix that were the last to take a firm grip on the D&B scene, yet when they did finally cement themselves it was in some style; their album "Call To Mind" was the sound of 2007, and it's tough to recall a drum & bass record that is quite so successful at marrying the beautifully listenable and the gloriously experimental.

It's the experimentalism of the boys' approach to production, and of their attitude towards drum & bass - and music as a whole - that is their most fascinating trait. But how did they reach this point" Whilst George's route into music had been through performance, playing saxophone, flute and piano, he developed a taste for hip hop which led him in to electronic music. Guy had gone from a broad canvas of taste that ranged from The Smiths to Dr. Dre, to receiving an education in drum & bass from a best friend's older brother.

Initially their records were very much in the vein of the likes of the more soulful, house and disco-influenced sounds of Marcus Intalex, Calibre and their ilk, but despite taking what they describe as "a long time to find our sound", find it they did. Their development was rapid, and though many people would have expected them to naturally gravitate towards the Hospital camp, it was with Goldie's legendary Metalheadz imprint that Commix found their natural habitat, a symbiotic relationship that eventually resulted in the release of their remarkable debut album, and the first ever artist album to be released on Metalheadz, "Call To Mind". Regarded as a defining moment in drum & bass' history, the album brimmed with classic tracks such as 'Be True', 'Japanese Electronics', 'Satellite Type 2' and How You Gonna Feel' (feat. Steve Spacek) and was subject to widespread critical acclaim.

The album was to some extent informed by their general dissatisfaction with the drum & bass scene as a whole, a sentiment that spurred the duo on to commission their next project; 'Re:Call to Mind' (2009) which sees their debut album ripped apart and put back together again by everyone from Burial to Underground Resistance.

'Re:Call to Mind' traverses myriad styles and tempos in an attempt to break away from what, prior to the Autonomic bomb, had become an extremely restrictive milieu. Ironically, to the extent that it offers a comparably faithful picture of today's bass music underground, it succeeds.

Now working on their 2011 follow-up album, again for Goldie's Metalheadz, if there's one thing you can be sure of it is that you can expect something altogether different the third time around.

http://soundcloud.com/commix

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DJs:

COMMIX - (metalheadz,hospital records)
DEFine - http://soundcloud.com/djdefine
MARK.S - http://www.thelandofbass.co.uk/
DELICATE BEATS - http://www.soundcloud.com/delicatebeatsuk
HAMPTON
BEN MARSHALL
ELECTROTRIP
FLUX
WILDONE
WILLOW
FARRAN D
SKILZEE
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MCs:

MC K-NYNE
CHOPPA D
BKRAZEY
THREE4TEN
RATY
WORDZEE
TWIN FX
REEFA D
ROWDEE

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Artists:

AKS - USN
MANIK
RISKEY
TH3RTY2
GUS O.Gs

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Next Events:

**INFRACTION** RESO - 4th JUNE
**REPERKUSSION** ICICLE 2nd JULY

For more information about this or other events or if your interested in playing at future events please contact DefineIndustries@gmail.com
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**REPERKUSSION**
Drum n Bass / Street Art
Saturday 14th May 2011
£5 Entrance
20.00-03.00
SNO!bar Xscape Milton Keynes
 
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