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Technoir and Bass Invaders Presents : Alix Perez!

Technoir and Bass Invaders are very excited to present : Alix Perez London, UK (Drum & Bass) http://www.myspace.com/alixperez www.shogunaudio.co.uk/ North London based DJ/producer Alix Perez is one of the strongest young producers in the Drum and Bass scene and undoubtedly one of its most prolific up and coming DJs. Already with a number of releases on established labels such as Shogun Audio, Liquid V, Bassbin, Creative Source, Horizons, Progress, Brigand and Fokuz, there aren't many drum and bass DJs on the circuit without a Perez tune in their bag. Originally from Belgium, Drum and Bass comes naturally to 22-year-old Alix, who has immersed himself in music from an early age. Alix started to DJ at the age of 14 and progressed into production at 17, collaborating with other hotly tipped artists such as Jenna G, Redeyes, Sabre, MC Fats, Spectrasoul and Specific. with locals : EnCode (Technoir Promotions) Redworm (Bass Invaders) Owen Reynolds (Technoir Promotions) $15 Cover 18+ ID at the door Music starts at 9pm The Zoo Night Club 160 Osborne Street Winnipeg, MB R3L 1Y6

Where:
The Zoo
160 Osborne St.
204-452-9824
When:
Saturday, July 2, 2011 from 9:30 PM to 2:30 AM
What:
Night Clubs > Dance, Electronic & Hip-Hop
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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