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Netaudio Stage at Freerotation, Aug 09

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Following on from the success of the collaboration between the Netaudio London and Netaudio Berlin camps at this years Club Transmediale Festival in Berlin, we are honoured and excited to once again join forces for another Netaudio showcase. The next instalment will be at this years Freerotation Festival ? perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the UK festival circuit. With a line up featuring some of the finest artists from across the electronic music spectrum (austere techno purity from Marcel Dettmann, the unique forward thinking dub step of Shackleton and even classic ambient chill out from the legendary Mixmaster Morris) and a stunning location set in the historic grounds of Baskerville Hall, this festival has rapidly grown to become a summer highlight for those in the know.

We will be making our presence known at this years festival with a showcase featuring live sets from Berlin`s Dr Nojoke, London`s J-Lab and a brand new live collaboration between Alex Fisher and Audio Dependent with full dj support coming via Netaudio London`s Chris Box and Netaudio Berlin`s resident dj Cotumo.

When: August 14/15/16th 2009
Where: Baskerville Hall, near Hay-on-Wye on the Welsh/English border, UK.
Tickets and more info to be found at freerotation.com

Article taken from netaudiondon.cc.


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