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Sasha for $15 -- Halloween night

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Buzzlife Productions| Capitol Intensive Clubbing

House | Drum 'n' Bass | Breaks | Progressive | Techno | Trance | Electro(clash)

Always visit www.buzzlife.com for Buzzlife events throughout the U.S.

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Buzz memberships available for FREE — reduced admission for all members -- www.buzzlife.com

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2002: SASHA HALLOWEEN PARTY | REDWOOD TRUST IN BALTIMORE

ADMISSION: $15 (Buzz members in advance – limited time only) | $20 (all other advance tickets) | $25 (door price)

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Did you miss his last performance at Buzz? Well, here’s the opportunity to see Sasha again. He will perform Halloween night, Thursday, Oct. 31, 2002, at Redwood Trust nightclub, his first-time appearance in Baltimore. Drum ‘n’ bass and UK Breaks in the BASS-ment with Buzz resident John Tab and Adegen of 00bliss.com More information will be available next week.

Advance tickets go on sale, Monday, Oct. 7, 2002. Buzz members active thru 5 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4, will be eligible for the discount, only on Monday, October 7, at specific times. More details forthcoming…

Prices are:

$15 (Buzz members in advance – limited time only)

$20 (all other advance tickets)

$25 (door price)

We are NOT using Ticketmaster for this event. Any service charges will be just under or just above $2. More details forthcoming....

Redwood Trust is centrally located in downtown Baltimore at 200 E. Redwood St., Baltimore, MD. For more information and directions to Redwood Trust please visit: www.trustbaltimore.com

Please visit www.buzzlife.com for other details on how to become a Buzz member ABSOLUTELY FREE!

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There’s a huge global musical shift in the EDM scene in this post-9/11, recession-ravaged world of ours. As a reaction to the overly serious progressive sound, comes the spunkier, retro-but-current electroclash sound.

And with their street roots firmly grounded, drum ‘n’ bass and breakbeat have exploded over the past year, as they were often given second-class status at raves and clubs over the past decade. Not anymore. The 4-to-the-flour beats of the ‘90s may be yielding to a choppier, more eclectic sound.

Have you noticed the changes? Or do you disagree? Go to our messageboard to take part in our poll – you’ll help predict where EDM music is headed next! http://www.buzzdc.com/buzzdc/mssg_brd/showthread.php?threadid=5885

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