Frenetik (22nd March 2014 – Bristol, UK)

Good Street Records and Subsize are proud to present the first FRENETIK of 2014, hosted at Roll For The Soul Cafe in Bristol, UK. Presenting some of the biggest names in UK Footwork, get ready for some fast-paced, hard, bass music!

======== Social & Showcase ========
Saturday March 22nd 2014 – FREE ENTRY – 7pm-11pm


19.00 – 19.30 – Traxix
19.30 – 20.00 – b3no
20.00 – 20.45 – Ulex
20.45 – 21.30 – Duckett
21.30 – 22.15 – Ventah
22.15 – 23.00 – Dispondant

Good Street / Juke Underground |
Dispondant is back playing at Frenetik – this time headlining. He started the year strongly, with releases on Juke Underground and Good Street Records. He seamlessly blends Juke and Footwork, with influences from House and Bass Music. With many releases planned for the coming year, he is one to watch in 2014!

>>> VENTAH <<<
Good Street / Ground Mass |
Fresh from playing at Inflect the previous night, Good Street head honcho Ventah will be once again on the decks at Roll For The Soul. Expect him to be playing much forthcoming material, both from Good Street and himself!

>>> DUCKETT <<<
Good Street / Ground Mass |
This will be Ducketts first appearance at a Footwork night in Bristol. Expect a tight, banging set from this DJ/producer, playing tracks that will definately get your feet moving!

>>> ULEX <<<
Good Street / NVMBR |
After a good performance last time out in Bristol, Ulex gets the chance to strut his stuff at Frenetik. Producing and DJing mainly house, garage and Bass Music, Ulex has made the welcome transition to the 160 scene. Expect to hear tracks from his Vega EP, out later this year on Good Street

>>> B3NO <<<
Good Street / Sublow |
Using samples from soul, funk, jazz and world music, B3no’s style is unique in the UK Footwork scene. With his Lay In The Sauna EP out in the Summer on Good Street Records, this is a good chance to hear his (foot)work!

>>> TRAXIX <<<
Subwork |
Having launched 160 label Subwork this year, and hosting Subsize on Brap.FM, Traxix is really beginning to come into his own in the UK Footwork arena. Working hard on his own productions and forthcoming material on Subwork, it was only right that he opened the first Frenetik of 2014

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