Cheeky Monday: Nicky Blackmarket

Cheeky Monday: Nicky Blackmarket

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Totaalprijs € 5,75*

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Cheeky Monday: Nicky Blackmarket

NICKY BLACKMARKET - NIXUS - LYNN DRUMM - MULTIPLEX MC

Weekly Drum'n'Bass Junglistics!

Line up: 
NICKY BLACKMARKET
NIXUS 
LYNN DRUMM 

Hosted by:
MULTIPLEX MC

NICKY BLACKMARKET

Nicky Blackmarket is one of the original pioneers of drum and bass, and he is still the most faithful soldier for the scene around the world.His early influences came from his mother’s background in the jazz scene, and it is improvisation and variety that characterises his DJ performances throughout his career.At the start of the eighties, Nicky was 14 and playing electro at youth clubs in London. He played with long-time collaborator Clarky and began to mix all forms of dance music, at house parties and on the radio.Friends FM, run by Mad B. This lead to Nicky joining the ranks of Blackmarket Records in 1990. In 1992, as the house scene moved towards breakbeat, Nicky created a separate department downstairs to cater for the sound that would eventually be called Drum and Bass.In the mid-nineties Nicky pushed the hardcore scene with a regular show on Pulse FM and performances at the Roller Express. He moved into production, making his first record “Spam EP”, along with various remixes and releases on his label Gyroscope, with artists like Ray Keith.
This exposure fuelled his DJ career and Nicky decided to put all his efforts into playing his music around the world.
“…first and foremost I am a DJ.”

As the jungle scene exploded Nicky formed his legendary partnership with the late Stevie Hyper D. These performances are still regarded as the standard by which all others are judged, and MP3s of those sets will probably be on the internet forever.


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High Tea

High Tea

3 Year Anniversary

Drum 'n Bass, Future Bass, Dubstep, Bass Music

Maduk & Friends

Maduk & Friends

Drum & Bass, Liquicity Records

Perturbator

Perturbator

Support: Dan Terminus

Synthwave, Live elektronica

1984 Night at the Arcade

1984 Night at the Arcade

80's synths, Synth wave, 80's Nostalgia


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Cheeky Monday: Nicky Blackmarket

Cheeky Monday: Nicky Blackmarket

OZ
voorverkoop:

Totaalprijs € 5,75*

Tickets

deurverkoop

Totaalprijs € 10

Minimumleeftijd: 18+

* Incl. € 5 ticketprijs. Incl. € 0,75 servicekosten.

Cheeky Monday: Nicky Blackmarket

NICKY BLACKMARKET - NIXUS - LYNN DRUMM - MULTIPLEX MC

Weekly Drum'n'Bass Junglistics!

Line up: 
NICKY BLACKMARKET
NIXUS 
LYNN DRUMM 

Hosted by:
MULTIPLEX MC

NICKY BLACKMARKET

Nicky Blackmarket is one of the original pioneers of drum and bass, and he is still the most faithful soldier for the scene around the world.His early influences came from his mother’s background in the jazz scene, and it is improvisation and variety that characterises his DJ performances throughout his career.At the start of the eighties, Nicky was 14 and playing electro at youth clubs in London. He played with long-time collaborator Clarky and began to mix all forms of dance music, at house parties and on the radio.Friends FM, run by Mad B. This lead to Nicky joining the ranks of Blackmarket Records in 1990. In 1992, as the house scene moved towards breakbeat, Nicky created a separate department downstairs to cater for the sound that would eventually be called Drum and Bass.In the mid-nineties Nicky pushed the hardcore scene with a regular show on Pulse FM and performances at the Roller Express. He moved into production, making his first record “Spam EP”, along with various remixes and releases on his label Gyroscope, with artists like Ray Keith.
This exposure fuelled his DJ career and Nicky decided to put all his efforts into playing his music around the world.
“…first and foremost I am a DJ.”

As the jungle scene exploded Nicky formed his legendary partnership with the late Stevie Hyper D. These performances are still regarded as the standard by which all others are judged, and MP3s of those sets will probably be on the internet forever.


Melkweg tipt