The legendary Valve Sound System is the 96kW touring sound system designed and built to represent the alesis dm7x review full audio frequency range, with an emphasis on the deep bass all too often ignored by commercial club systems.
After making its earth-shattering debut at London’s Fabric nightclub in 2001, the Valve Sound System has gone on to tear up the dancefloors of every major club in the UK, and has played host to some of the world’s premier DJs and artists across multiple genres.
Taking its inspiration from reggae sound systems such as Jah Shaka and King Tubby’s, the Valve Sound System was painstakingly electric drums amazon designed and put together by audiophile Dillinja, who has been obsessively building sound systems since his teens, and K-aze (aka Lemon D).
A formidable sight to behold, the 96kW Valve Sound System fills three 7.5 tonne lorries in its entirety. It makes its international drum set cost debut at the RAW 2011 festival, Denmark, in August 2011.
Valve Sound System will be hosting the Drum and Bass main arena this NYE at the Ballroom Birmingham in association with RAVEOLOGY.
DILLINJA // ESKMAN
DJ HYPE // IC3
HAZARD // SPYDA
K-AZE // MIGHTY MOE (Jungle/Grime Set)
FABIO // MC CONRAD
DRUMSOUND & BASSLINE SMITH // BIGGIE
HAMILTON // HARRY SHOTTA
A brilliant four-piece outfit of producer/DJ’s hailing from Wales who create some of the most funked up fusions of early dubstep, garage and house to be heard today. With remixes under their belts for yamaha dtx the likes of Hervé and The XX they’re already being championed by the likes of Toddla T, N-Type, Annie Mac, Kissy Sell Out and more. With Glastonbury on their gig list this year things are well on the up for C.R.S.T