Bassfreaks Presents Cern & Dose

/ Jul

Bassfreaks Presents Cern & Dose

153 Madras St
Winnie Bagoes City
$15 early bird, $25 GA

Bassfreaks Presents

Cern (Dispatch/Renegade Hardware)
Dose (Ram/Commercial Suicide)

Plus Local Support From: Lightly Toasted & 360

Early Bird Tickets only $15+BF
General Admission $25+BF

Available at Cosmic or Online at:

R18, R.O.A.R


Over the past decade, Cern has entrenched himself as a strong presence in the global drum and bass scene, proving his skills in the studio are matched by his selection in the club. Since his first release in 2008, Cern has amassed a long list of standout releases on heavyweight labels including Project 51, Renegade Hardware, Dispatch Recordings, Samurai Music and Commercial Suicide and has shared his intricate mixing style with crowds throughout the UK, Europe and Oceania.
Following his full-length album ‘Terminus’ in 2011, Cern’s production skills have broadened to encompass dance floor destroyers like the remix of ‘Back in the Grind’ for Octane & DLR (with Dabs), the head-nodding atmospheric subtleties of ‘Apparition’ featured on ‘Way of the Samurai’, to the 97’esque ‘Raven Row’.

Fast forward to 2013, Cern’s sonic expansion continued, with outings on the Renegade Hardware V/A Limber EP, a 12″ for Dispatch (‘Pinch Me / Hollow Moon’) featuring his third collaboration with Sabre, a track with Dabs for Dispatch and ‘Tidal’ with J.Robinson for Tribe 12. Then onto his solo EP for Renegade Hardware, a track on Samurai’s experimental sister label Horo and further beats on Cylon & a collab with Loxy for Xtinction Audio.

In 2014 Cern went on to release his second LP for Dispatch Recordings titled ‘Under Another Sky’ an album that represents a broad spectrum of Drum and Bass and his skill for creating groove ridden music. The album features collaborations with DLR, Hydro, Loxy, Gremlinz and Overlook causing untold low end damage.



Since 2006 Dose has been releasing drum and bass internationally and with over 100 releases on both vinyl and digital, and including an LP, has cemented his name as one of NZ’s finest solo dnb artists.

Being one of the few artist around the world who play sets of all original music – Dose continues to forge his name across the dnb circuit as a unique original artist standing by his own sound.

With studio sessions a plenty, dj bookings across Australia and NZ, a bombardment of singles due for release over winter and his 2nd LP in the works you’ll be hearing a lot more from the Kiwi and his collab counterparts this year.