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Kiwi-flavoured Jamm

Kiwi-flavoured Jamm

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When you think New Zealand, what springs to mind? Lord of the Rings? Pies? Sheep? If world-class drum & bass wasn’t on your list, then it should’ve been. Armed with an impressive repertoire of artists, the scene in New Zealand is going from strength to strength, and Beats Working are bringing the hype to Brixton Jamm this Saturday 1st of March! With Concord Dawn, A.M.C, Trei, Cern and Cynic bringing the heavyweight sounds to room 1, along with Liquid Tones hosting room 2 with sets from the likes of Indivision and Malaky, this is one night you do not want to miss!!

Concord Dawn, a.k.a Matt Harvey, is heralded as one of the pioneers of drum & bass in New Zealand. Bursting on to the scene 14 years ago, he shows no signs of slowing down any time soon. Expect to have your mind blown watching this man in action, as he consistently wows audiences with his signature sound.

Joining Concord Dawn is a combination of talent from NZ and the UK: One of the busiest d&b artists emerging from New Zealand, with 8 successful tours spanning 22 countries, and releases on labels such as Viper Recordings and Samurai Music, TREi will be bringing his infectious mixing and anthemic productions straight to Brixton for your aural pleasure.

Adding to this already stellar line-up, and fresh from his appearance at Renegade Hardware’s huge event in Brixton at the start of this month- Cern is becoming a force to be reckoned within the scene. With releases on labels such as Commercial Suicide and Dispatch, expect big things from this kiwi.

And just when you thought this line-up couldn’t get any bigger- Titan Records head honcho, A.M.C will also be bringing the energy to Brixton. Judging by his new release with B.M.K called Hold It, dropping on Titan’s Surface Pt. 3 EP on Friday, his set is sure to be relentless.

Grab your tickets now and become a part of the fun!

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Head of content and curator of Drum&BassArena's YouTube and SoundCloud channels, Maja also works across UKF's editorial pages.