INTRODUCING FRAMEWORK – ‘A NIGHT OF MANY NIGHTS’

Introducing Framework – ‘A Night of Many Nights’
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INTRODUCING FRAMEWORK – ‘A NIGHT OF MANY NIGHTS’



Written by Sandy Hagenbach
22 Monday 22nd December 2014

Home-grown Bristolian sound system Ohmen Audio is collaborating with 12:34 Productions (Rumble in the Jungle) to bring a night of multi genre madness to Lakota - spanning 4 rooms, the event will be complete with multi-system sound, exclusive decor, live visual mapping and lighting. 

DJs from across Europe are joining forces this January to bring the sounds of Drum and Bass, Jungle, Ragga DnB, Hip Hop, Ghettofunk, Bassline, Breaks, Disco and Funk to Bristol's Lakota. 

The party will host the first ever Live PA from Coppa and Jae Overtech, as well as the dark and techy sounds of Mampi Swift (Charge Recordings).  Eatbrain’s Jade & Mindscape will join forces for a monster 3 deck two-hour back-2-back set, supported by new Eatbrain signing, QO. Innate MC and Kush-T will be hosting.

Room 2 welcomes Spain’s Mooncat for his debut UK set. Support is provided by Jacky Murda and local boys Selecta J-Man, Audiomission & Seyms, Pull Up Collective and Ohmen residents Surma & Usual Suspect.

Amen 4 Tekno will be taking over room three with an exclusive 6 DJ b2b2b2b2b2b, while Sika Studios & Five Dollar Shake bring their signature mix of bassline, funk and hip hop to Room 4.

Sound in the main room will be provided by a massive soundystem link up between Ohmen Audio, G.Y.R.O and Taffar, promising “a pile of scoops big enough to scare the hair off your head!”

Like upfront sounds at breakneck speeds? Framework could well be your ticket.  

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