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Serial Killerz

Serial Killerz

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  • Sat 2 Feb ’19, 9:00pm
  • Sun 3 Feb ’19, 3:00am – 3:00am


The Slate Room, 160 Lichfield Street, Christchurch




The Slate Room

Sub180 Presents the Serial Killaz UK and Momentum Promotions with Deep Frequency System - not to be missed!

Coming from the mighty Jungle Cakes we have household name Serial Killaz UK, and a heavy local support provided by Momentum Promotions, team up with the air moving machine Deep Frequency to rattle The Slate Room.

After touring junglist Deekline, there was no way we could refuse the offer of another jungle legend in C-city! Find the artist bio below.

- Serial Killaz UK (90 Minute set!)
- Catch-22
- Manik B2B Mankind (Cabin-fever crew)
- Dyer
- Recluse
- Tukae

Serial Killaz:
The Serial Killaz first caught the attention of the drum and bass and jungle worlds when they remixed Tribe Of Issachar’s Junglist back in 2005 for Rebel MC’s Congo Natty label.

The duo have spent the past decade earning a reputation as the genre’s remix producers of choice, with releases on heavyweight labels such as Congo Natty, Playaz, Philly Blunt and Urban Takeover. They also manage their own Serial Killaz and Streetlife Recordings labels.

Over their decade-long career the pair have worked with vocalists such as Top Cat, Tenor Fly, Rebel MC, Ms Dynamite, General Levy, Ragga Twins, Lady Chann, Nancy & Phoebe, Daddy Freddy, Rodney P and Blak Twang. They have remixed tracks for artists such as Krome & Time, Micky Finn & Aphrodite, Toddla T, Skream, EZ Rollers, Benny Page, Deekline & Ed Solo, Toddla T, Skream and many more.

The duo have headlined stages at Glade Festival, Outlook Festival and Boomtown, and have taken their brand of jungle to club nights and festivals across the globe.

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