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Published: 00:00, 10 July 2014 |
Updated: 15:54, 10 July 2014
Clubbers in Maidstone will be treated to a double helping of music stars this weekend.
Rinse FM star DJ Zinc and Rinse FM resident Uncle Dugs will be on the decks at the Lockmeadow venue on Saturday (July 12).
DJ Zinc is a veteran of the global dance music scene. A pioneering DJ and producer, he is a leader in his field, and recently influenced a new movement with his own brand of bass music – Crack House, fusing his trademark funk and heavy bass lines with energy and vibe.
He hosts a weekly show on the London station hosted by MC Tippa.
Uncle Dugs is a dedicated old school DJ, presenting Run Come Follow Fridays or #RCFF. He has been a key figure in the underground dance scene for more than 20 years, from running pirate radio to paving the way for the emergence of Dubstep.
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