GRAFIX | Nelson 2021

Friday, 30 July 2021, 10:00pm

Industry Bar & Nightclub , Nelson [Ages 18+]

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First Release
NZ$ 25 (excl. Fees)
General Admission
NZ$ 30 (excl. Fees)

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Thrive Promotions & Industry Bar & Nightclub presents 

Grafix | Hospital Records | UK

Support To be announced 

Tickets on sale Wednesday 9th June 7pm

First Release 25+BF

Second Release 30+BF

Final Release 35+BF

Bristol based drum & bass producer Grafix has revitalized his solo career, signing exclusively to Hospital Records, and ready to take the drum & bass world by the horns.Previously famed for being one half of ‘Fred V & Grafix’, Josh Jackson has been at the forefront of the genre for over a decade with a trio of collaborative albums under his belt. Now after years of success, he’s taken a new direction embracing his revived identity as a solo artist.

Widely respected for his clinical mixdowns and impeccable production skills, this sharp musical brain is poised for great things as he sets on his solo journey. His influences are drawn from various genres such as Techno, Electronica and Indie Dance. With his productions encompass this broad selection they span a range of emotions and sonic frequencies.Grafix’s new solo status has seen him venture into darker and more experimental territories with his dancefloor primed productions and ethereal soundscapes, proving popular, from ‘Distressed’ to ‘Stutter’ and ‘Acid Generation’ which reached number 1 in the Beatport Drum & Bass chart.

The past year has been pivotal in Grafix’s solo journey, as the development and exploration of his style has seen appreciation from dance music connoisseurs including Andy C, Metrik, A.M.C and High Contrast. With his inspirations drawing from techno to indie rock, Grafix’s remarkable production skill and originality has seen him garner radio support from airwave tastemakers in 2020 such as Rene LaVice, Danny Howard, Charlie Tee, and Mollie Collins, and even a collaboration with fellow label extraordinaire Metrik on ‘Parallel’.

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