Wednesday, January 18, 2012

DJ Qbert & Reeps One Announce The Bass Bizarre World Tour

4 x DMC World Champion DJ Qbert and 2 x UK beatbox Champion Reeps One have combined forces to manifest a new paradigm in the creation of bass. Witness the MC and the DJ converge in a free form musical matrix where performance and technique are perfectly balanced with explosive precision. Two pioneers from two generations of musical evolution apply their awesome abilities to the sounds of dubstep, hip hop and drum n bass and raw adrenalin in a free form aural assault unlike anything that has gone before.

The Bass Bizarre world tour is DJ Qbert's most musically diverse performance project to date. It represents a new chapter in his never ending quest to break down artistic boundaries and extend the potential of sound quality and musical experience. Recognized as one of the most interesting and powerful beatboxers on the globe, Reeps One's totally unique, purist approach is what makes him stand out so boldly from the pack, delivering a complexity in technique and a depth of substance that completes the Bass Bizarre sound.

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DJ Qbert & Reeps One redefine reality at the following dates and venues:

Wednesday --- 08.02.12 Hare and Hounds, 106 High Street Kings Heath, Birmingham B14 7JZ
Friday --- 10.02.12 Manchester Apollo, Stockport Road Ardwick Green, Manchester M12 6AP
Monday --- 13.02.12 Jazz Café, 5 Parkway London, NW1 7PG
Thursday --- 16 02 12 The Rosemount Hotel, 459 Fitzgerald St, North Perth WA 6006
Friday --- 17 02 12 Republic Bar, 299 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart TAS 7000
Saturday --- 18 02 12 Splore Festival, Tapapakanga Regional Park, Orere Point Manukau City
Thursday --- 23 02 12 Red Bennies, 373 Chapel Street, South Yarra VIC 3141
Friday --- 24 02 12 Chinese Laundry, 111 Sussex Street, Sydney NSW 2000
Saturday --- 25 02 12 The Colonial Hotel, 585 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne VIC 3000

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