UBER COOL EVENTS PRESENTS: SIBOT & LIVER @ ORIGIN – RECONCILE THIS!



UBER COOL EVENTS
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DONT PARTY
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>>>>> SIBOT<<<<<
>>>> LIVER<<<<
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UBER COOL CELEBRATES THE YEAR WITH A BANG ! AND WE’VE BROUGHT OUR MATES FROM DONT PARTY TO JOIN US 🙂
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SIBOT

Very few South African musical exports are as talented and prolific as SIBOT.

Even before being crowned South African DJ Battle Champion 2002, this versatile DJ / Producer has been involved in many ground breaking collaborative projects.

A household name in todays electronic scene both at home and abroad, Sibot has become the reference and bench-mark for any up-and-coming local musician/DJ in the game.

Having set the bedrock for his career in 1998 with SA Hip Hop Band Max Normal, he has featured in multiple acts including Playdoe, The Real Estate Agents, Closet Snare, The Constructus Corporation and Chromoscience.

An absolute musical icon – Sibot’s career has always pushed the envelope, always maintaining his core ideals.

His directions have been multiple, blurring the boundaries between Hip Hop and Electronic Music, between live and DJ.

Sibots Genre-less style has lent itself to advertising and party atmosphere alike.

Live, Sibot has performed most major festivals in South Africa and countless gigs, from street parties to corporate awards ceremonies. Internationally the has been invited to festivals such as Sonar – Spain, Pukkelpop – Belgium, Printemps de Bourges – France, Paleo & Elektron – Switzerland, Glastonbury – UK and Splash – Germany and countless club gigs all over UK, France, Holland, Belgium, Germany, Poland all the way to The Reunion Islands.

One would be hard-pressed to find other musicians with this much talent and drive. As a solo or collaborative artist Sibot stands out from the rest as one of the few people to lead the way as South African Music in all its forms.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sibot/318505414903
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LIVER
Born and bred from the dust of the post-Woodstock era that settled and created the synthesizer – Liver strives to push hard basslines and relies on strong melody and rafter-rattling rhythm to capture a crowd.

From his explorations through genres like hip-hop, dubstep, breaks and house music he endeavors to keep his sets fresh and original, mixing and matching sounds from all sides of the globe.

Founding member of the DONT PARTY movement, Liver is a tastemaker and social commentator of the highest order, and always strives to push fresh, hard hitting music to his audience.

With the annual Rocking the Daisies, New Year’s Rezonance and countless other Electronica festivals under his belt, Liver is a rising force in South African DJ culture, and a constant fixture in Cape Town club culture.

Many would be more familiar with Liver as the brilliant producer that he is – having released internationally respected remixesfor groups such as Glitch Mob and Bassnectar, one would be hard pressed to travel around your favourite music blogs without bumping into one of Liver’s digital offspring.

http://www.facebook.com/theliver
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SUPPORTED BY THE DURTBIN CREW

> NIGHT VISION
http://www.facebook.com/pages/DJ-Night-Vision/208756712486498

> VERANDA PANDA
http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002062105045

>ICARUS
http://www.facebook.com/icarus.sa

>MADLOVE
http://www.facebook.com/djmickys
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Doors Open 9pm

Damage – R60 before 10 / R80 after

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Rumoured to have the blue-prints for Krang's TechnoDrome, stolen straight from Dimension X, he’s the type of guy who exudes so much coolness that he adds whole countries on Facebook at one time instead of just people. Always up for a party and a Tequila shot or two this is the guy who we always call first, both before and after a night out…