INKLINE Presents: Sub Zero ft. Carasel on Friday 13th April 2018
13th April 2018, Inkline are back with our largest event to date.
We’re bringing on some serious heavyweights for this one alongside support from Inkline residents and the Technique squad.
Get down to Blue Mountain and skank out with us to all forms of DnB and Jungle across two rooms all night.
Geordie born Jake Carter AKA Sub Zero will be familiar to all die-hard DnB heads. He's toured the world and produced some of the best Jump Up in history under his own alias as well as in collaboration with Original Sin as G Dub. This man from the Playaz camp has the ability to destroy raves with fast paced 4 deck mixing and huge double drops.
Expect the sickest vibes as Sub Zero always plays a set to remember!
The deep, visceral themes captured in Dub Motions production fills raves with dark energy. From perfectly layered harmonies into the heaviest rolling drops you’ll always be lead on a journey of DnB from start to finish. With releases on labels such as Dubz Audio, Titan & Playaz this artist is guaranteed to bring the sickest vibes.
A true rising star of DnB, Versions heavy, bass driven rolling style of production lights up the dance without fail. With releases on Subliminal Recordings, Co-Lab & Natty Dub expect a set that’s guaranteed to bring on a screwface.
With Inkline residents:
Bristol born local lad Carasel has been rocking stages from day dot! With massive old school hip hop influence and a unique style Carasel is no stranger to the mic at big festivals and clubs alike alongside massive headliners like King’s of the Rollers & many more.
ROOM 2: TECHNIQUE TAKEOVER
Holic B2B Surma
R-Bizzle B2B kendrick
Illament B2B Hyjax
Roller & The Medicine,
Circa B2B Nikee
Nano B2B Takineura
Skye, Nikee & Chronic Drop
Music Genres: Drum n Bass, Jungle
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