16-18 Whitechapel Road, Whitechapel
London, England E1 1EW

No Rest For The Wicked
Friday November 9th 2007
Rhythm Factory, 16-18 Whitechapel Rd, London, E1 1EW
10pm - 6am
£5 in advance from website £6 otd before 11 £8 after

Back again for the second from last in this years installments. NRFTW welcomes Rollercoaster stalwarts Marijuana Farmer playing their first ever gig at NRFTW. We also welcome back Southend’s finest live dnb nutters Analog. If you didn’t catch them last time make sure you reach and catch their explosive vibes !!

Dj and Mc sets come from some of London’s finest up and coming dnb talent including Twisted beats (dnb4essex.co.uk), Double 0 and Mantra (Rupture / DZR), Illmatika (Kool fm), MR T (Origin) , V-Double-e and many more.

In Room 2 Rocking the Gas bar will be the ‘Rinsed Out People’ crew will be offering up a sick selection of Breaks, Dubstep, Ragga Electro and Dub with special guest FRED rocking the place with a floor shaking Rootsy, dubwise selection.

Check out the website www.nrftw.com to listen to the bands, sign up to the mailing list and buy cheaper advance tickets.

Check out the broc’n’roll podcast at www.broc-n-roll.com

Line up
Live Drum and Bass bands

Marijuana Farmer

Djs & Mcs

Twisted Beats (Scott Sparxx, Mickey C, The Darkone)
Mantra & Double 0 (Rupture / DZR)
Mr T (Origin fm)
Reset (NRFTW)
Illmatica (Kool FM)
MC CD and Benny D (Lyrikal bruvvas grim)
MC Ishu (Step 13)
Vee-double-e (Fizzy Wednesdays)

Room 2
Rinsed out People
Breaks, Electro, Dubstep, HipHop, Ragga
Mr. Bristow (Backdrop)
Jim Bitch & Dno (potless pack)
Warlock (Rag & Bone)
Henry Sonic (Phuturesonic)
Bustawidemove (broc’n’roll)

" Best Drum and Bass Night" London Lite

“If you’re fed up with overpriced djs rinsing the same old wobble, make this night your number one priority .” Knowledge Mag

" No Rest for The Wicked, very probably the only live drum ‘n’ bass night in the UK at the moment, puts the genre right back centre stage by harnessing its pounding rhythms to the raw energy of live performance from a bunch of musicians who know how to mix things up, break things down and get underneath an audience’s skin.
" Dogs on acid

"Bands are queuing up to play in the forthcoming months so if you foolishly haven't witnessed drum & bass played live yet, and want to know what all the fuss is about, then you must check out NRFTW." Mixmag

Official Website: http://www.nrftw.com

Added by After-Dinner.net on November 2, 2007

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