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flashback circa summer, 1997
mood ruff is shooting the video for their debut single, No Hooks. Ofield, Midnight Breakers and Fliproc also make their music video debut, which included scenes shot in the parking lot of what is now known as The Academy.

This team of hip hop representatives – who are later joined by another Winnipeg original, DJ D-LO – would grow to become flag-bearers of Winnipeg hip hop culture: Bundown Sound System and Night Life Types, who in their combined history can be credited for laying down the foundation of the city’s hip hop scene.

fast forward, summer, 2010
For the first time ever, Bundown Sound System and Night Life Types collaborate to bring to you…

…Soundbombing!!!

Returning to their roots at The Orbit Room, the two sound crews will join forces once again to continue what they began: to celebrate and promote hip hop culture.

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Bundown x Night Life Types
present

Soundbombing
…the pre-Canada Day Rumble

featuring
// jusVILLA akaQUADRATIK
// dLO
// ofieldK
// dowJONES
// jayBOOGIE

Wed | 06 | 30
The Orbit Room,
4-2077 Pembina Hwy

$10 / $5 with guestlist

http://www.bundown.com/
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Night-Life-Types/88508442539?ref=ts

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For reduced guestlist, hit up yr SOUNDBOMBING consiglieres:
MARISSA: marissamapatac@gmail.com
CYRILE: cyrileong@hotmail.com
RYAN: ryanreyes204@gmail.com
BUNDOWN: jayboogie@bundown.com
NLT DJs: djdlo@live.ca

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New nightlife experience for summer.

Limelight debuts this weekend.

Unlike the neon sheen of the decade before, the 90s were heavily influenced by styles developed in the hip hop community.

It was not uncommon to see everything from baggy Karl Kani jeans, Starter throwback jerseys and Timberland boots to Dickie khakis, loc-style sunglasses and Chuck Taylor sneakers in markets across North America.

Top spots on the R&B, Rap and Pop charts were dominated earlier in the decade by the boom-bap stomp of the East Coast before giving way to the g-funk stroll of the West Coast while Hip Hop Soul eventually gave rise to Neo Soul.

Hip hop as a culture had grown; many often reminisce and reflect on the decade with fondness.

And so on Saturday, June 12, we celebrate the 90s. Now.

With LIMELIGHT.

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Featuring DJs:

OFIELD
JAY BOOGIE
QUADRATIK aka JUS VILLA

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| LIMELIGHT | …celebrating the 90s. Now.
sat.06.12.10
the academy fdm

ladies FREE before 11pm / $5

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