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Snafu Fridays | March| dot to dot | Ben UFO, Jackmaster, Tuff Wax


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March || dot to dot || rotating Fridays at Snafu

dot to dot includes...

Minival, Bigfoot's, Everything Else Sucks, Tuff Wax, Let It Bleed, Dubpressure,

Mixed Bizness, Snafu live and more...



2nd _ Everything Else Sucks


UK party starter and numbers lynchpin brings it to EES for their first party of the year. Expect to lose your shirt.



9th _ TUFF WAX - Aberdeen Truth 003 Launch

| Lockah

| ¥oin

| Grobbie

| Bones & Money

Snafu is proud to present a very special TUFF WAX label showcase to celebrate the release of the third offering from the much-hyped Aberdeen Truth 7” series featuring thinking-person's ambient bass don GROBBIE. Once again, four of the series’ producers take to the decks to play a mix of bass-heavy hip hop, garage, bassline, grime, house & dubstep, both home-grown and otherwise.

£4 (free entry before midnight)


16th _ Let It Bleed x Hush Hush x Hard Werk



23rd _ Krazzy Martin & Friends

| NoFace

| Krazzy Martin

| Ch£ap Date

Krazzy pulls in Acid Thunder and Electrikal Sound System residents for this episode of the new edition for dot to dot. Bass ahead.


£5 all night



| BEN UFO (Hessle Audio)

| Ennayess

| D. Peace

As one of the co-founders of Hessle Audio, Ben UFO has been responsible, alongside Pearson Sound and Pangaea, for some of the most varied and ground breaking releases of recent years. Having become immersed in the still emerging dubstep scenes in London and Leeds in 2005, his musical taste was shaped primarily by the DMZ and Sub Dub nights taking place in those cities. However, as tastes have shifted and scenes have fragmented, Ben UFO's approach to the music and to Hessle Audio itself has developed.

As BPMs have dropped and influences have broadened, so too has the vision of Ben UFO's DJing. He remains one of the few DJs in the UK to have made an impact without a production career to fall back on, and as such his reputation is solely the result of his skill as a selector and as a mixer. As a result he remains in a position to fully explore sounds both old and new, across the worlds of house and garage, dubstep and grime, and further into the past. This level of commitment to the dance music of the last two decades has led to a collection of records which reflects the position London has long held as a city responsible for the constant development of forward thinking music.



1 Union St, Aberdeen.

FunktionOne Sound


upcoming...Chungo-Bungo, Mele, Simon Stokes (live), Boom Monk Ben

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