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  • Music: Breaks, House
  • DJs: GENEtiK, Funk 'n Slowcuts, Agent Alvin, Bubbles, Tapan
  • Bands: Minuit
  • Tickets: $15 door sales from 11 pm

GENEtiK & Minuit Live!! get the CD, go to the party, freak out!

DJ GENEtiK presents the 'Engineered' Nationwide CD Release tour

Saturday 24th April at StudioNine

Lineup:
11.00-1.00: Agent Alvin
1.00-2.30: Minuit (Performing LIVE !!!)
2.30-4.00: GENEtiK
4.00-5.30: Funk 'n Slow Cuts
5.30,close: Funk 'n Slow Cuts + GENEtiK back 2 back

Ninebar:
DJ Bubbles
Tapan

As has been the case with all parties on the tour, all of the DJ's playing the night are 100% home grown NZ DJ / producers and part of 'Engineered'

Agent Alvin is a long time Wellington based drum & bass DJ / Producer
2/3 of Minuit are now living in Wellington (Paul & Ruth). Been going for longer than I can remember. These guys are awesome , a LIVE Act that rocks the house with the most incredible funked-up, fat breaks - topped off with sublime, haunting vocals from Ruth.
Funk 'n Slow Cuts is Ryan (1/3 of Minuit)
GENEtiK is a well known Nelson DJ, was the art director for the Gathering for several years running and has played and rocked the house at more parties than I can shake a very long stick at.
Tapan (Track 2 : Denubian) has been based in Queenstown but is now living in Wellington. He is well known in the South Island party circuit and has played all of the major events

Support 100% Kiwi talent, pay the measly sum of $15 and have one awesome night
and / or: buy the CD, go to the party, get drunk, have fun

CD Review - Grant Smithies , Sunday Star Times - 4 Stars!!!!
Nelson based DJ and one-time Gathering are director Gene 'GENEtiK' Kennedy also impresses with 'Engineered', a disc that's not only beautifully sequenced and mixed but also patriotic as all hell. Each of the 11 tracks is by a New Zealand House or breaks producer, and the best of them are equal to anything that might drift into our record stores from New York, Paris, London or Berlin.
Unlike a doughnut, it's the middle bit here that's the best. In particular the quirky breakbeat pop of Minuit raises a smile, Greg Churchill's thunderous 'Body Slam' raises the roof, Lord St Heroes' bilingual 'What's that, French?' raises questions about the producers sanity, and 'Rainy Day' by Reactor Music (Joost Langefeld and Roger Perry) raises goosebumps , and gets my vote as the most infectious club house track made in this country to date.

(This 100% NZ homegrown compact disc is available from Firm Records and Real Groovy. Don't burn it, buy it!)