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Norzea III on Saturday 5th January 2019
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After a short break, we're back bringing you the biggest lineup Norzea's had to date, featuring DJ LOONEY, DR. OSCILLATOR and NLMT. This event will be going down at The Zetland's basement, powered by the Future Formation Sound System.
He needs no introduction really… One of the biggest names in DnB will be stepping up to the decks in Hudds at Norzea III! Making bangers with Devilman, Mr Traumatik and K Motionz this guy has been smashing it over the years, racking up more than 27k soundcloud followers in the process. He’s played at some of the biggest DnB events in the UK and far abroad; Invaderz, Next Hype and Skank & Bass just to name a few. Known for his unique style of rollers and jump-up, his set is sure to rattle the Zetland on January the 5th!
Ohhhh shit... Oscillator’s gonna kick of 2019 with a set in Hudds at Norzea III. This guys been producing the hardest Bassline tunes from way back... and the odd scattering of his own 140 madness! His releases on Off Me Nut, Chip Butty Records, Project Allout and many more have been rattling sound systems for years. Get ready for a night of filth!
NLMT will be returning for a full hour set at Norzea III! He’s been doing bits this year, supporting Darkzy on his tour and releasing a new EP on CruCast which is full of weapons. If you caught Claybrook's set at our second event you’ve already had a taster of the madness when he rocks up to the darnce. Get ready for those heavy bassline vibes!
**GIN B2B JMZ**
Music Genres: Bass Music, Bassline, Drum n Bass, Dubstep
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