Win tickets to LTJ Bukem + Fabio @ O2 Forum Kentish Town, April 2018

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Hi everyone, it’s been a while. I come with gifts (well for two of you at least).

The guys at Soundcrash are putting on an event not to be missed: The legendary Fabio and Bukem are laying down 5 hour Speed-era sets at the O2 Forum, Kentish Town.

Back in summer last year these two put on a Speed night at XOYO and it’ll live long in the memory of those who were in attendance.  To this day I get flashbacks of Bukem reloading FBD Project’s “Journeys” and taking it right back to the edge, as to play it in it’s full glory.

So, we got a pair of tickets to give away thanks to the Soundcrash crew.

Win a pair of tickets

To win a pair of tickets to LTJ Bukem + Fabio @ O2 Forum Kentish Town on Saturday 28th April 2018, just answer the following question in the comments section below…

What is your favourite track on Bukem’s Good Looking or Fabio’s Creative Source, and why?

The winner will be the most interesting / creative / funny answer (determined by myself and my cohorts).

Winner will be announced on Monday 4th December.

In the meantime you can get early tickets at: http://www.soundcrashmusic.com/bukem-x-fabio/ 

About Law

Main author and creator of Drumtrip.
I have been listening to and mixing drum and bass in its various forms since 1998.
Drumtrip was designed to celebrate the glory years between 1991 and 1997.

  • John Gale

    danny’s song – Although actually B.R.O. by blu mar ten aka (bukem rip off) BRO
    is a classic name haha 😛 on GLR

  • BusterBrowns

    Atlantis (I need You). Bloody has to be. Such a massive tune back in 1993 and still sounds incredible today. Brings back so many raving memories for me from Fusion and Sterns.

  • David Whiteside

    Carlito’s “Heaven”. First Creative Source tune I heard, and arguably the one that floats my boat the most. At the time, it seemed revolutionary- jazzy flute, swooning strings, and a vibe of high end decadence but backed up with a rock solid heavy stepping bassline. Still gets a rotation on the regular.

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