14 years of broken beats | Planet Break bring you The Freestylers (UK)
Planet Break is celebrating their big 1-4 this year, which is an accomplishment of itself, in this beautiful city of Montreal. To celebrate its anniversary, Planet Break bring you live & direct on May 18th The Freestylers (UK), crossing the pond to perform at Groove Nation.
Not many underground music crews from the 514 can say they are celebrating 14 years of mad and wonderful times. To mark their big year, they have decided to bring the legendary Freestylers hailing from the UK to headline this special event.
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The Freestylers formed in 1993 as an Urban Electronic Music Act and have since done a 360 in Bass Music Genres. With 5 full length albums and over 175 tracks produced, it’s no wonder why they have been playing the biggest nightclubs and festivals around the world for over 18 years. Their last stop in Montreal was in 2006 which means the we are way overdue so make sure not to miss this as it may be a while until they return.
Personally, The Freestylers are what made me discover real breaks with their original style of hip-hop influence, big bass and electronic sounds. They truly represent what Planet Break is all about: good music, good times and positive vibes.
First full length LP: We Rock Hard
May 18th will be an insane night of Drum and Bass, Breaks and Hip-Hop with local heroes Shigero and Pikan-T and the Planet Break family (DJ’s: Spacekadet, DJewel, Pinky 38, Melodrastik, Dialect, A-Flip, and MC Beastieboxer).
And if that is not enough, we will have live break dancers from the MTLien crew, live painting from MOS GEEZ and insane visuals from the talented VJ Pumpkin.
With only a few weeks left to get your ticket @ $15.00, make sure to buy them now! See y’all on the floor… BREAK!
Oh and did we mention it’s on a long weekend. Click here for event link!
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