Represent Vs Konkrete Jungle Headz Edition Feat Commix (Uk)!!

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OK folks, here we go again! For the months of October & November we'll be switching from our normal night at the end of the month to the 2nd Thursday, so we don't interfere with any other kind of holiday activities. However, we have some STACKED lineups to make up for the inconvenience. This month we have the mighty COMMIX coming in all the way from the UK, alongside an insane lineup of Nashville veterans, including the return of both HIGH SOCIETY and STRICTLY SOCIAL. These guys have all been hugely influential in the Nashville DnB scene. This is one party you won't want to miss! It's also Slinky's bday that night, so expect an extra turn up...

October Lineup:

-COMMIX (Metalheadz, Ram Records, Hospital Records, Shogun Audio, Soul:R, V)

Based in Cambridge, Commix originally comprised George Levings, Guy Brewer and Conrad Whittle. As a DJ/production team, they began working together in 2002 and the trio released a series of 12-inch singles on the Aquasonic, Tangent Recordings, Good Looking Records, Creative Source and labels, with notable tracks including 2003's "Feel Something", and 2004's "Herbie" and "Surround". After Whittle's departure, Commix was signed to Goldie's label Metalheadz in 2005. The trio met when they were at an international Pokémon competition.

Commix's signature track, "Satellite Song", was featured on the Metalheadz compilation Winter Of Content, while two other club favourites ("Urban Legend" and "If I Should Fall") were paired up on a 12-inch single. Their debut album, Call To Mind, was released in summer 2007, to generally positive reviews. Call To Mind was the second release of an artist album on Metalheadz, after Goldie's Rufige Kru alter-ego's Malice in Wonderland. The duo has also notably remixed tracks by artists including Bebel Gilberto, Adam F and DJ Die.


These guys were some of Nashville's original DnB Ambassadors, smashing parties all over the country with their original productions. Their return will truly be something special...


During a time when pretty much all other electronic music had somewhat fizzled out in Nashville, Drum and Bass was kept alive in town for years by the monthly party Strictly Social. These guys brought some of the biggest names in DnB here during the mid-2000s, and the residents always brought their signature brands of heat as well. This set will also be something you'll be kicking yourself if you miss...





9 PM -- 3 AM

Blue Bar & Rack Room

1911 Broadway, Nashville TN

$7 cover

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