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Wednesday | June.22.2000FIVE

M3 and Upfront Industries present:


Rinse Magazine, District Soul and DCDNB sponsored event


NU:TONE [ Hospital | Brand Nu ] - UK **DEBUT USA TOUR**


Born in 1976, Dan Gresham aka Nu:Tone, started piano aged 8 and joined Jesus College choir in Cambridge a year later. He studied music at Durham University, and having secured a college radio show met a young John B. They shared broadcasts, established local clubnight 'Substance', and Dan went on to engineering studio sessions for John. All these good vibes led to a debut vinyl release with John's Beta imprint in 2001: ('Grand Central' / 'The Boss'). Since signing to Hospital in 2003 Nu:Tone has come through the ranks to become one of the most highly re spected producers in the scene, with everyone from LTJ Bukem to Dillinja busting his tunes. Nu:Tone's remixes are always guaranteed to please whether it's the retro soul of his Spreadlove anthem or the junglist wobble of his Strictly Social Re-rub. 2005 is set to be a big year for Nu:Tone. His debut album 'BRAVE NU WORLD' is ready to drop in march, set to follow the paths of London Elektricity and High Contrast flying the flag for Hospital worldwide.

DJ LEE [ Metalheadz | Atlas ] - UK **5:DNB DEBUT**


Lee's involvement and history in the UK's underground dance scene dates way back to the late 80's. Starting off as a resident at the legendary "Brunnel Rooms" in Swindon to 94' playing alongside DJ's such as Doc Scott, Fabio, Grooverider and LTJ Bukem on the groundbreaking night "Speed" at Soho's Mars club. As well as playing all over the world Lee was also involved in the Timeless imprint, which has over the years released some of the finest drum n bass tracks to date by artists like Total Science, Digital & Spirit, Cause 4 Concern to name a few. So for those that don't know Lee as well as being an excellent DJ renowned for playing cutting edge drum n bass, he is famed for being continually upfront with his selection of dubs making him one of the most exciting DJs on the circuit.

BREAKAGE [ Bassbin | Inperspective ] - UK **DEBUT USA TOUR**


Bursting onto the scene in 2001 with an explosive, unofficial remix of Doc Scott's classic Here Come The Drums, which tore up many a dancefloor, including the legendary Metalheadz Sunday Sessionz. His ability to turn his hand to any style he fancies is perhaps James' strongest point. From the dubby stylings of So Vain and Out of Reach, through the liquid leanings of his collaborations with Metalheadz resident DJ Flight as Alias, and onto the pure breakbeat science he unleashes on Inperspective, James excels at whatever he turns his hand to. As with the other Inperspective artists, though, James' personal favourites are signed to the I. In addition to his collaborations with DJ Flight, James plans to work with Equinox in the near future, and would love to work with other artists such as Tangerine Dream and James Lavelle.

BOBBY JAE [ Upfront | Five ] - DC

Mastering the sultry, sexy sounds of DC drum and bass, Bobby Jae never fails with his impeccable mixing and top-notch selection. With collaborations in the studio and a new CD in the works, Bobby is taking soulful drum and bass to a level of its own. If you haven't already, make sure to get your copy of Perpetual Motion tonight which was 1 of 7 mixes recognized in URB magazineís Mix-It Best.

ILLY MC [ Phylum | Substitution ] - PHI

With a lust for music, and a thirst to innovate, Illy's interest in emceeing began at the age of 13. Having a rooted hip-hop background and an avid love for jungle/drum and bass, proved a positive combination: shaping a style that aims to push US drum and bass emcees to the forefront. On the production side, Illy delivers quality tracks ranging from catchy dance floor killers, to melodic, vibing jams. With a release set for Phylum recordings, and an arsenal of tracks in rotation, his production is sure to keep the crowd moving.

Rooftop Patio: 2-CHARMING CREW!!



[ Delivery | BreaksFM | XS | Syndrome ]

The 2-Charming crew is a deejay collective and event organization entity based in Baltimore focusing on garage music. They have been responsible for numerous events, including Delivery at SkyLounge in Baltimore. Their styles range from bubbly 4/4 beats, to the urban-paranoid sounds of grime, to the churning deep basslines of dubstep. No matter what gets your ass shaking, 2-Charming has you in their crosshairs.


For three years, Rinse Magazine has delivered a fresh, new perspective on breakbeats for growing audiences in Canada and the United States. Seventeen issues later, Rinse now enjoys international success covering artists and labels from all four corners of the globe while continuing to capture the booming urban alternative culture behind the music in North America. On June 22, 2005, RINSE Magazine celebrates its 3-Year Anniversary in association with Upfront Industries, 5:DNBsessions. Join us as we bring you Metalheadz veteran DJ Lee alongside two of the hottest producers in drum and bass today, Nu:Tone and Breakage. Subscribe to RINSE for only $15 (www.Rinsemag.com). Free giveaways all night!!

Promotional giveaways ALL night. Arrive early for:

Promo T-Shirts, CDs, Test Pressings, Posters, and MORE!!



21 & over

9pm - 3am


No Dress Code








1214 B 18th St NW

Washington DC 20036


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TOP 10 JUNE 2005

01. nu:tone – the boy who lost his smile – NHS Dub

02. calibre – second sun – Dub

03. nu:tone + jenna g – quick love – bingodub

04. london elektricity – remember – NHSdub

05. logistics – inhale – Dub

06. makoto – eastern dub pt2 – Dub

07. grooverider – charade - Dub

08. commix – 5 reasons (syncopix remix) - brandnu

09. dbridge vs calibre - hot flush - exitdub

10. calibre+fats – neighbourhood – Dub

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