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Sat 12 Sep 2009, 9:00pm

Where: Cassette Number Nine, 9 Vulcan Lane, CBD, Auckland

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Door Sales Only: $10.00
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Listed by: Marie Celeste

Dick ‘Magik’ Johnson + Soane + Bevan Keys + Frank Booker aka Chris Cox

Prepare for advanced velocity and adjust your Kuiper belt. Magik and his crew will be opening the skies to reveal the full spectrum of Space Disco. Beware bi-phase beats and ecliptic electro. All will be descending into disco and landing in the heliosphere of house.

Kitchen Bar hosted by George FM

Dick Johnson
As a teenager Dick ‘Magik’ Johnson landed his own room DJing at Manchester’s legendary Hacienda club, before long he was producing tracks for Cream’s Olympic label, New Order’s Pleasure Recordings and Manchester’s Paper Recordings collective. From there he launched his own highly respected label Shaboom, releasing artists such as UBU, Joeski & Onionz, Fred Everything, Doc Martin and DJ Sneak.

Other releases of late include ‘Scanning For Viruses’ on Jesse Roses' Made to Play, ‘Eastern Lights’ on Nic Fanciulli’s Saved and ‘Asylum Sneaker’ on King Unique's Curfew label. Along with releases on such influential imprints as Made To Play, Twisted, End Recordings, Saved, Underwater, Paper Recordings, KG Beats and NRK/Honchos and his own digital label Majiktrax.

Prolific in the studio his catalogue of remixes include The Crookers, Spektrum, Worthy, Ian Pooley, Crazy Penis, Dj Sneak, Joey Negro, Q-Burns, Human League, Neon Heights, Nick Holder, Darko Esser, The Bionics, Onionz, The Karoshi Brothers, 30HZ and Bassnectar.

Soane began his DJ career back in 1989 at Club Roma and The Box. Cutting up Hip-Hop and RnB under the moniker Big Daddy. Since then his record collection has amassed to colossal proportions and nowadays you’ll hear him spinning sweet house, funk and bring the party on dance tunes.

Bevan Keys
Bevan can be found pumping Auckland dance floors just about any day of the week and has held residencies at almost all of Auckland’s most popular clubs. Bevan began DJing back in 1985 and has since shared billings with Danny Tenaglia, Roger Sanchez, Derrick Carter, Phil Asher and at New Zealand's first Ministry of Sound event in 1997, and again in 1999. A talented and relaxed DJ, he has a love of black American music and spins it with style and finesse.

Frank Booker
Aka Chris Cox, DJs with Recloose regularly (including co-piloting the acclaimed "Hit It & Quit It Radio Show"), and co-produced the last Nathan Haines album. He plays various strains of house, boogie, funk & Latin music. Lotsa sweet luvin good stuff.

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