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Fri 17 Jul 2009, 10:00pm–6:00am

Where: Bath St, 1 Bath St, Dunedin, Otago

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General admission: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: gussygus

3 Years ago, Future Sound of Dunedin was created by Dj's Stonya, Kraft and Lophonix. It was meant to be a way they could express their musical ambitions, tastes and skills under one name. Instead they threw parties, ran up massive bar tabs and spent one to many mornings on the rinse. In the haze of it all Premise and Mune were inducted into the brotherhood. At the end of year 2 they were handed down some minor debts, a keyboard and a logo that had become synonymous with bad ass parties. 3 years on and not a lot has changed. Young Noops has come into the FSOD family and quickly learnt that being a dj requires more than mixing and tune selection...

Enough Chat. We are turning 3 years old.

Stonya is coming down from Welly.
Lophonix is coming down from Auckland.
Mune, Premise and Noops live here.

Dj, Producer and all round bad man "Trei" is flying direct from Welly. Fresh from his tour of Europe he is ready to promote the release of his new Album "Innuendo". He is known for his crazy club smashing sets and his quick quick mixing.

Check the info below for details on his album.

Tickets are $10 exclusively from Betty's Liquor Store at 384 George St
Tickets don't have a booking fee and ticker holders also receive 10% of any purchase in store. So really your saving money by buying a ticket.

Bath St has $3 tap beers and $5 doubles till 1am. Bath is also serving up $10 shakers all night. These are ridiculously tasty.

Friday 17 July (Re - Oweek)
Bath St
Doors Open at ten

Free Birthday Cake!


Stylistically inhabiting a musical landscape populated with driving jump-up drum breaks, angular melodic synthesiser patterns and driving pulse-like bass lines, as a musical entity, TREi is a genuine composer and artist. An individual capable of easily dispelling the knob-twiddling computer programmer connotations far too often associated with the more throwaway aspects of dance music.

In the space of what counts as four short years behind the consoles as a DJ and a producer, TREi has risen to the upper echelon of drum and bass in his home country New Zealand. Resultantly, TREi’s music production and DJ skills are now raising eyebrows in all the right places across the globe.

Or to call a spade a spade – on an international scale, a new force to be reckoned with has emerged in drum and bass.

Holding down a consistent DJ schedule throughout New Zealand, Australia and most recently Europe, TREi more then comfortably shares the stage with the likes Andy C, Hype, Zinc, Mampi Swift, Concord Dawn, Pendulum and others on a regular basis.

As smooth in the studio as he is in the mix, TREi’s music often features in the playlists of scene leading luminaries such as State of Mind, Bailey, Marky, Andy C, Klute and Friction.

With upcoming releases on Critical Music, Shogun Ltd, Commercial Suicide, Samurai Music, Incite Recordings, Syntax Audio, Revolution Recordings and Marky’s Innerground all receiving massive worldwide support and his debut album set for release in 2009; TREi’s going frequent flyer - watch this one rise.

Restaurants to book near FSOD 3rd Birthday and Trei's Album Release