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DUB MAFIA // MILLION WAY // SNAREOPHOBE

Friday, December 5, 2014 - 20:30
DUB MAFIA // MILLION WAY // SNAREOPHOBE

DUB MAFIA
MILLION WAY
SNAREOPHOBE
STEVIE BEAR - Full Moon

Doors 8.30pm - 2am
Free before 9.30pm £3 after!

// DUB MAFIA //
DM blend drum and bass, dub, dubstep, bashment, breakbeat and world music into their own unique sound (with a strict policy of ‘no backing tracks’ – ever) receive rave reviews wherever they play – from sweaty clubs to packed festivals:

“Dub Mafia are ones to watch and we think they are heading for big things" www.vuguide.co.uk

“Playing their third show in the past 24 hours, the drum and bass mob are destroying the tent with their dirty bass and dubstep rhythms … Wychwood is left shaken from the wobble bass and filthy drops … the band quickly amass the biggest crowd of the day at the BBC Introducing stage – the chairs and tables have even been pushed back to accommodate the all the dubsteppers” www.theregoesthefear.com

Fronted by singer Eva Lazarus, the band have won over hundreds of thousands of fans over the last year, including show-stealing performances on the main stage at Outlook in Croatia (Europe’s biggest drum and bass music festival), the Matscher Au Reloaded festival in Northern Italy and a special guest slot in Romania supporting the legendary LTJ Bukem.

//MILLION WAY //
Bristol trio Million Way is a turbo-charged live electronic dance outfit, fuelled by heavy funk, and delivered with a strong dose of disco.

Super-tight drums and dexterous bass underpin an epic soundtrack of arcade inspired techno, house and electro with full-blown modular synth wig outs.

Million Way doesn’t have a singer, and more than makes up for it with a highly contagious live show that is both melodically elating and face-scrunchingly filthy. Their exuberant antics and genuine love of the moment have proven the band to stand out amongst many of the scene’s heavyweights, prompting comparisons to the likes of Daft Punk, Booka Shade and Justice.

Blasting onto the live electronic music scene in 2010 with an upfront electro sound aimed squarely at the dancefloor, the trio have forged a genre-bending brand of futuristic funk that has pricked the ears of music lovers and clubbers alike.

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