Sunday, 8 May 2011


Dirtbox Soundsystem makes it eagerly awaited debut in Liverpool under the banner of The Dub Works at the Picket. Bringing you a night of dubstep and d'n'b in the form of well known Liverpool residents (one of whom celebrates his birthday on this day), a very special guest and some of Dirtbox's very own we will be pumping it out through our newly completed custom built 13KW soundsystem.

We arrive on the very last night of Liverpool John Moore's Universities graduation ceremonies and even if your not at LJMU, shed the shackles of education in style and skank around to this lineup:


If you haven’t already heard of Dodge & Fuski yet you soon will as these guys are on the button. In the second half of 2010 the dubstep and drum & bass duo racked up over 500k views on Youtube and been championed by Radio 1, 1 Xtra and the world’s leading YouTube dubstep channel UKF.

Describing themselves as “self-confessed Westcountry layabouts who drink too much tea” the Bristol duo are anything but. Prolific and exciting producers they’ve already had tracks signed to labels such as Sludge, Rat Records, PLAY ME Records, Safe&Sound and Section 8 getting in on the action. They’ve also just been signed to the fresh and exciting record label ‘Never Say Die Records’ home to artists such as Foreign Beggars, Freestylers, SKisM and more…

Alongside standout tracks such as ‘Pornstep’ and ‘Go Nuts’, they have also made a name for themselves remixing the likes of Deekline, Wizard, Ed Solo, Blatta & Inesha, Funkystepz and DJ Assault by twisting up dubstep, electro and D&B flavours to create a fresh contemporary sound.

This is only the start and with some exciting secret projects coming to the fore in early 2011 they really are the ones to watch

Rich Furness

Richie Gregson
(Billion Dollar Bass)

(Dirtbox Soundsystem)


(Dirtbox Soundsystem)

Skanky Ho
(Dirtbox Soundsystem)

Tickets on sale soon - so watch this space!

10pm - 4am

ID May be Required

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