🎉 10TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 🎉
16.12.2023 / Move Nightclub, Exeter / 18+
From humble beginnings as just an idea by a bunch of college kids to throw a good rave to sell out shows in Exeter and Plymouth putting nights on with every genre you could want in the dance, Jangle are celebrating their 10th year of throwing events for the masses!
With events over the years like Underground Showground, Weekenders at EX4, the Drum & Bass Sessions, Boat Parties & the Garage & Dub Love Club to takeovers at festivals, parties and other brands' events plus with bookings from every corner of dance music (we'd be here a while if we were to list them all), we are very proud to have reached 10 years in the scene - any of you that have been with us through the years will share some of the amazing memories we've been able to make as Jangle.
Join us once again as we throw a massive birthday party for us and more importantly all you ravers these last ten years at the only place to go in Exeter for a proper rave in session!
To put it plainly, Mandidextrous tracks bang. By their own admission, the Bristol-based DJ and producer has little room for “chill” in their music, and as a result has taken the drum & bass scene by storm over the past year, dropping release after release of superhyperdopaliscious slammers.
Just take their latest output, the purpose-built festival-grade monster ‘Hold Your Rhythm’; nearly six minutes of crunchy snares, roaring dystopian synths and a gargantuan chugging bassline, it was the official closing ceremony track for Boomtown 2022. It’s mainstage drum & bass at its best — epic but gritty — yet it follows a run of releases that have blown apart notions of what d&b audiences want. Merging the genre’s electrifying futurism with techno’s four-to-the-floor pulse and the uninhibited energy of bassline, hit tracks like ‘Techno On My Mind’ and ‘Trust The Lasers’ — both released on RAM Records sub-label ProgRAM last year — and their recent track ‘Every Night’ for Born On Road are examples of speed bass, a riotous new sound Mandidextrous has been pioneering.
A Bristol based DJ has been making a name for himself recently across the south west. Heavily influenced by Jungle / Drum & Bass from young Crossy has adapted a style very much inspired by the likes of Bristol based label / collective Born on road. Having grown up around the sounds of artists like Kenny Ken & DJ Randall, Crossy’s love for the underground music is very much Jungle influenced.
Over the last year Crossy has played at a variety of venues and festivals across the south west supporting some top acts such as Bryan Gee, DJ Hybrid, Kelvin 373 & Saxxon and has recently picked up a residency for the award winning brand Rumble in the jungle. With loads of exciting shows to announce over the coming year Crossy is continuing to grow his portfolio of achievements at an incredible rate. To summarise Crossy has quickly made himself a recognised name within the underground rave & free party scene across the south west and doesn’t intend on slowing down.
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