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Cain.1 presented by Bass Invaders and Dark Vinyl

Bass Invaders and Dark Vinyl Productions are very please to bring you: DJ Cain.1 (Supreme Hustle, Low Self Productions, Bassbizniz, Cyber Groove AM) Cain.1 is an influential figure in Canada's underground music scene. DJing around the country since 1997, with a promising production career developing, he has developed a strong group of fans and followers. Add up the number of raves, club night’s and party's this guy has rocked, plus the number of residencies he's had around Canada and you get a DJ with some serious talent. 1/3 of Winnipeg D&B dominants Herbs & Crumbs + co founder of Alberta production company Low Self Productions, his second to none mixing skills and confident scratching abilities were first showcased in the infamous Scandalous Mix Cd series with Dave Dub-L and Peanuts & Corn recording artist John Smith. Absorbing a wide variety of musical influences such as Soca, Jungle, Hip Hop and Reggae. Cain has dedicated himself to living music and mastering the beats. http://soundcloud.com/djcain Locals: Gumby Turtilian Theo Tzu Xpedite MC Metro Rotonto Live Visuals by Jaymez $10 @ the door 18+ ID Required

Where:
The Zoo
160 Osborne St.
204-452-9824
When:
Saturday, September 17, 2011 from 9:00 PM to 2:30 AM
What:
Night Clubs > Dance, Electronic & Hip-Hop
Neighbourhood:
City Centre
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