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The Mine with Egoless live Bukez Finezt, Overlook & more
24 March @ 11:00 pm UTC+0£10
We are back for the first instalment of 2018 with a bang! With the old and new guests passing through and the support of the residents we are promising to deliver the vibe across both floors!
Croatia’s EGOLESS has been making waves across the sound system scene for a good few years now, having released on all the major labels already he has a record forthcoming on DEEP MEDi soon. The EGOLESSproject was started way back in 2009, combining the sounds of dubstep and dub through classic means of dub music production, utilising analogue mixers, tape echoes, spring reverbs and a whole range of instruments. An EGOLESS live set is truly one of the most exciting ways to experience unadulterated bass-weight.
Bukez Finezt is hailing from a small town Buke in Germany and been a respected player in the game for over the decade. Bukez Finezt is the full package – from some silly bass lines over deep vibes to Grime. Dark, wonky, deep, aggressive, laid back, funky… you name it!
Six Sunsets are an acclaimed producer / DJ duo specialising in bass-centric electronic music. Since their inception in October 2014, the pair have enjoyed a host of digital and vinyl releases, with positive reviews from the likes of Mixmag, TRUSIK and duploc.com, alongside completing a round of European festivals and a debut US tour in 2017. Bassweight is the name of the game with these guys!
Basement is powered by 30Hz sound system and represented by Eternia Music – Lithuanian label which focuses on deeper drum & bass aesthetics. Bournemouth’s own junglist Overlook and Vilnius residentsIntakx and Hathor will keep the 170bpm tempo up all night – claustrophobic madness guaranteed.
→ main room:
→ basement by Eternia Music:
Tickets £6 sold out / £8 sold out / £10 and group tickets →http://buytickets.at/
N-18, bring YOUR ID
Lara started out at the age of 16 as a blogger, setting up her own platform, MakeItGood which ran for 5 years, featuring mixes and interviews with Dubstep artists in collaboration with FatKidOnFire.
“With over 6 years experience working in music promotion, I feel so glad to be running UKBM again, creating more space for new comers and talented artists. It’s amazing to be able to promote and support Bass culture!”